The International Monetary Fund believes that the UK should stay in the European Union, or suffer all.
On Wednesday, in an interview with CNNMoney, Christine Lagarde, has opposed the so-called «Brexit». According to him, trade and financial relations, and migration between Europe and the UK stimulate the growth of the regional economy.
"I think the negative effects felt by all countries in the region - said Ms. Lagarde. - Those who remain in the EU, because they become less and those who leave the EU, because they lose their privileges. "
Recall referendum on Britain's membership in the European Union will take place on 23 June. Markets are increasingly concerned about the impact «Brexit» trade, jobs and investments. On Wednesday, the national currency of the country fell to $ 1.39 - a minimum level for the last seven years.
Analysts at HSBC say that the output of the United Kingdom of the unit may push the currency to fall by 20% to 1980 levels.
The head of the IMF said that the effects are already being felt.
"Uncertainty - it's bad, - she said. - None of the participants of the market does not like uncertainty. Investors do not invest, they do not make decisions under conditions of uncertainty. "
Opinion polls show that voters' views of Europe's second largest economy divided, many have not yet made a decision.