For too long, we were guilty of hoping that Brexit could be avoided. Now it is happening, the transition will start and the full rigour of leaving the EU will soon become a living experience. The amended UK-EU withdrawal agreement, negotiated by Boris Johnson, is nearly in place.
Let's be honest, 2019 didn't do the business world in Northern Ireland any favours. All of us were marched to the top of the hill several times as Brexit deadlines approached, only to be marched back down to uncertainty after spending millions of pounds in preparations.
As 2020 unfolds, investors could face much more volatile stock markets than they did last year. "2020 doesn't look to be as good a year for investment returns as 2019 was," said Andrew Milligan, head of global strategy at Aberdeen Standard Investments (ASI).
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