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Britons already feeling pinch from Brexit

Jun 28 2016 16:00

For Britons planning travelling abroad for their summer holidays, their slumping currency means that the pound in their pocket has lost purchasing power.


Brexit to prolong housing woes: London broker

Jun 27 2016 11:00

Foxtons forecast lower 2016 revenue and profit as the UK’s decision to leave the European Union prolongs uncertainty in London’s residential property market.


G7 warns of 'adverse implications' over Brexit

Jun 24 2016 21:00

Finance ministers and top central bankers from the Group of Seven have warned that Britain's vote to quit the European Union would have "adverse implications".


ECB on market stand-by in wake of Brexit

Jun 24 2016 20:15

The European Central Bank says it is on stand-by to open the liquidity floodgates should it become necessary in the meltdown sparked by Brexit.


UK economy plunges into Brexit unknown

Jun 24 2016 19:45

Britain's economy has plunged into a dizzying unknown as the world economy braced for a hit to growth and unemployment after the vote to ditch the EU.


IMF urges 'smooth transition' to a new relationship

Jun 24 2016 17:30

IMF chief Christine Lagarde has called on Britain and Europe to work together to ensure that Britain's exit from the European Union will take place smoothly.


Brexit a possible boon for China, say analysts

Jun 24 2016 16:31

Britain's decision to quit the world's largest single market presents China with a golden opportunity to seek better business terms with a more isolated UK, analysts say.


Brexit: Biggest winners and losers

Jun 24 2016 08:08

Victory for the Leave campaign in the Brexit referendum will roil business, markets and politics. We present a sampling of some of likely winners and losers.


Ukraine cuts borrowing rates for 3rd time as CPI fades further

Jun 23 2016 14:44

Ukraine has cut borrowing costs for a third month as inflation continued to ease and the hryvnia reached its strongest level since January.


Brexit looms over Europe as growth and inflation remain elusive

Jun 23 2016 11:55

Growth in the euro area’s private sector has slowed more than economists predicted in June, with firms expressing fears about uncertainty ahead of the UK’s Brexit vote.

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'Out is out,' EU's Juncker warns Britain

Jun 22 2016 18:45

European Commission chief Jean-Claude Juncker has insisted that there will be no renegotiations with Britain following its membership referendum.


Scientists moot 'green fracking' technique

Jun 22 2016 16:30

Adding CO2 instead of water to the cocktail used in fracking, could boost oil and gas extraction and help fight global warming at the same time, scientists say.

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