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Billionaire Warren Buffett dismisses Brexit fears as he says he is ‘ready to buy something in the UK tomorrow’ and adds:

‘I’m having more fun than any 88-year-old anywhere’
  • Buffett, 88, endorsed Britain by welcoming chance to invest in ‘trusted’ system
  • He said Britain’s departure from EU had no bearing on his willingness to invest
  • Buffett’s firm Berkshire Hathaway previously had stake in supermarket Tesco
  • His firm also owns Northern Powergrid, which delivers electricity to homes in the north-east of England 

Billionaire investor Warren Buffett has handed a big endorsement to Britain ahead of Brexit by dismissing fears about its impact on the economy.

The 88-year-old American, who is worth an estimated $88billion (£68 billion) and is the world’s third richest man, said he is ready to ‘buy something in the UK tomorrow’, and welcomed the chance to put his money in a ‘trusted’ system. 

Mr Buffett, whose interests in Britain have included investments in supermarket giant Tesco through his £550 billion conglomerate Berkshire Hathaway, added that Britain’s departure from the EU had no bearing on his willingness to put more money in the UK. 

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