The death of Queen Elizabeth II may be yet another factor in the devaluation
of the pound, the British currency, according to experts interviewed by CNN Brasil Business.
The monarch, who died this Thursday (8), at 96 years old,
represented, in their evaluation, great political and economic stability for the kingdom.
International relations professor at Fundação Armando Alvares Penteado (Faap) Vinícius Rodrigues Vieira
explains that, with the inflationary and energy crisis and the political crises involving, for example, Scotland
and Northern Ireland - both with the possibility of independence movements in the long term after Elizabeth's
death -, the pound could suffer from a devaluation and the cost of living could increase even more.