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Slovakia takes over the EU presidency on July 1. The problem? Eastern Europe doesn’t want any more refugees, but an EU-wide solution to the crisis is not in sight. And a Brexit won’t make life any easier either.
The FocusEconomics consensus expects the UK economy to grow 0.3% in 2017
United Overseas Bank (UOB) has suspended loans to anyone wanting to buy property in London. Singapore’s third largest lender says uncertainty from Britain’s vote to leave the EU should make investors cautious.
Germany’s Vice Chancellor Sigmar Gabriel is embarking on a three-day trip to Greece, where he is expected to focus on intensifying bilateral trade and investment partnership amid the fallout from Brexit.
London’s benchmark FTSE 100 stock index has erased all its post Brexit vote losses on a wave of bargain hunting activities. Energy and financial shares were among the biggest winners after slumping right after the vote.
The British telecoms giant considers moving its headquarters in London out of the UK if post-Brexit negotiations with the EU won’t ensure access to the EU’s free movement of people, capital and goods.
Market research group GfK has said German consumers are defying rainy weather this summer and uncertainty surrounding the UK’s exit from the EU as they will continue to spend on expectations of rising incomes.
The European aids to Egypt will not be affected by Brexit
In the wake of last week’s Brexit vote, there’s been a sharp increase in hate crimes targeting European nationals in the UK. Experts warn of deep divisions opened up by the vote, as Samira Shackle reports from London.
Bank shares have been hit hard since the UK’s Brexit referendum. Two hedge funds homed in on Germany’s Deutsche Bank – betting huge sums of money on the large lender’s stock price dropping further.
As the implications of Britain’s decision to withdraw from the EU become clear, big changes may be in store for Japan’s economic and security ties with Europe. Julian Ryall reports from Tokyo.
The heads of the European Central Bank have come together for a strategy meeting in Sintra, Portugal.
Insecurity is growing in Brussels ahead of Tuesday’s Brexit talks. John Kerry is even in town. Many questions have arisen. Bernd Riegert reports from Brussels.
While global economic attention is turned to the effects of the UK’s departure from the EU, Egypt stands to gain
Though the demise of the European Union may not immediately be in the offing, Brexit has shown that nothing can be ruled out. Christoph Hasselbach looks at six things the EU has done that are important to him.
US bank shares have led a steep decline on Wall Street as aftershocks from Britain’s vote to leave the European Union have roiled global markets again. Traders were uncertain about London’s future as a finance capital.
The majority of voters chose to leave the EU, but there are four ways in which the UK could still remain part of the union. With the help of an economist and a law professor, DW explains how the UK could exit the Brexit
Budget airline Easyjet has said Britain’s planned exit from the European Union will have a severe impact on its business in the next six months. The rapid depreciation of the pound is among the most worrying factors.
Great Britain and the EU are closely tied together in the field of research, whether in the exchange of scientists, financing and in setting common standards. What now? DW provides as many answers as possible.
Britain voted in favour of leaving the EU in a referendum last week.
Britain’s shock decision to leave the EU has raised questions about the future of the United Kingdom. Peter Geoghegan examines what it could mean for Northern Ireland and its future status.
EGX dropped by 5.5% on Sunday, closing at 6,851.6 points after Brexit
European shares have continued their slide, after Britain’s decision to leave the EU shocked financial markets on Friday, sending the British pound to its lowest level in more than 30 years.
In his first appearance since the UK voted to leave the EU, British Finance Minister George Osborne has sought to reassure financial markets. “No one should doubt our resolve to maintain fiscal stability,” Osborne said.
I will start by stating two quotes of the British icon Winston Churchill, former prime minister of the United Kingdom: “Democracy is the worst form of government, except for all the others.” It means that if democracy is the worst, then other forms of government are even worse. So, democracy is still better than other …
The British pound sank to 30-year lows while most stock markets in Asia tumbled following Britain’s decision to leave the European Union. Traders fear there will be months of uncertainty.
European Finance Commissioner Jonathan Hill has resigned in the wake of the Brexit referendum. Will the British government, which isn’t rushing to leave the EU, nominate a successor? Bernd Riegert reports from Brussels.
Now what? When the United Kingdom completes its exit from the EU in the next two years, Britons and Europeans will have a lot to adjust to. Here’s a sampling of that.
The index registered a slight weekly retreat from 806.22 points to 805.87 points, a decrease of 0.04%
Technical analysts predict the market falling from 7,253.3 points to 6,800 points over Sunday and Monday