RBS chief executive Ross McEwan
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RBS: Big firms 'stepping back' from investing after Brexit

Royal Bank of Scotland chief executive Ross McEwan says that while many areas of business have not been affected by the Brexit vote, the one noticeable difference is that big firms are "stepping back" from investment decisions "until they get more certainty".

He made his remarks as RBS reported a £2bn loss for the first six months of the year, which the chief executive blamed on "legacy issues".

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