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  • Foreign investors eye UK property after Brexit fallout

    Foreign investors eye UK property after Brexit fallout  

    Property prices are also expected to take a hit, with reports of buyers pulling out of transactions due to market uncertainty.

    26 Jun 2016, 5.14 pm  |  Source: PTI

  • `UK that Scotland voted to stay in does not exist any more`

    'UK that Scotland voted to stay in does not exist any more'  

    "The UK that Scotland voted to stay in in 2014 does not exist any more," Sturgeon told the BBC's Andrew Marr Show after saying a second independence referendum was now "highly likely".

    26 Jun 2016, 5.14 pm  |  Source: PTI

  • Today`s policies must not cause future regrets: BIS

    Today's policies must not cause future regrets: BIS  

    In its latest annual report, BIS has called upon banks to keep adjusting their business models to the new market environment and address legacy problems, including that of non-performing loans.

    26 Jun 2016, 5.14 pm  |  Source: PTI

  • More than 2.5 mn sign UK petition for new EU referendum

    More than 2.5 mn sign UK petition for new EU referendum  

    Parliament has to consider a debate on any petition posted on its website that attracts more than 100,000 signatures.

    26 Jun 2016, 3.29 pm  |  Source: Reuters

  • Soros calls for reconstruction of EU after `Brexit` vote

    Soros calls for reconstruction of EU after 'Brexit' vote  

    George Soros, who warned of financial meltdown if Britain voted to leave the EU before Thursday's referendum, also said the effects of the decision will likely damage Britain.

    26 Jun 2016, 2.41 pm  |  Source: Reuters

  • Britain pressured for quick EU split as Brexit impact begins

    Britain pressured for quick EU split as Brexit impact begins  

    Global stock markets plunged on Friday, and sterling saw its biggest one day drop in history after Britons voted by 52-48 percent to exit the EU, which it joined more than 40 years ago.

    25 Jun 2016, 2.48 pm  |  Source: Reuters

  • Brexit, a sign of anti-elite revolt: Analysts

    Brexit, a sign of anti-elite revolt: Analysts  

    They are those who suffered the worst hangover from the economic crisis, and whose precarious economic position makes them most fearful of rising immigration -- to the benefit of far right groups in the EU and Donald Trump in the ...

    25 Jun 2016, 2.32 pm  |  Source: PTI

  • Apple to stop selling outdated thunderbolt display

    Apple to stop selling outdated thunderbolt display  

    The tech giant announced that the old displays will be sold via the official website at USD 1000 till supplies last, after which the hardware will no longer be available.

    25 Jun 2016, 2.28 pm  |  Source: NEWS18.com

  • Germany says `won`t let anyone take Europe from us`

    Germany says 'won't let anyone take Europe from us'  

    Cameron, who yesterday announced his resignation by October in the wake of the referendum, said it should be his successor who leads the complex negotiations under Article 50 of the EU's Lisbon Treaty which sets out a two-year tim...

    25 Jun 2016, 2.24 pm  |  Source: PTI

  • Diplomats from EU`s founding 6 meet in Berlin to talk Brexit

    Diplomats from EU's founding 6 meet in Berlin to talk Brexit  

    As German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier was heading into the meeting, he told reporters it was critical to see the vote as a wakeup call.

    25 Jun 2016, 2.24 pm  |  Source: PTI

  • Brexit divorce `not amicable` but must be quick: Juncker

    Brexit divorce 'not amicable' but must be quick: Juncker  

    "It is not a good day for Britain and the European Union but we must go on." British Prime Minister David Cameron said yesterday in the wake of the shock referendum outcome that he would resign his office in October and leave nego...

    25 Jun 2016, 1.12 pm  |  Source: PTI

  • Brexit more heartburn than heart attack for hedge funds

    Brexit more heartburn than heart attack for hedge funds  

    Money managers were positioned relatively defensively coming into the vote, meaning they had reduced the amount of capital exposed to market turbulence, and even used the resulting sell-off as a buying opportunity, according to a ...

    25 Jun 2016, 1.08 pm  |  Source: Reuters

  • Brexit baffled punters,pundits and fund managers to the very end

    Brexit baffled punters,pundits and fund managers to the very end  

    On PredictIt, an online political events betting site operated by Victoria University in Wellington, New Zealand and US-based partners, bettors had the probability of a “leave” camp win at just 16 percent on Thursday as Brit...

    25 Jun 2016, 1.08 pm  |  Source: Reuters

  • UK `Leave` vote deflates hopes for US-EU trade deal

    UK 'Leave' vote deflates hopes for US-EU trade deal  

    The historic divorce launched by Thursday's vote will almost certainly further delay substantial progress in the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) talks as the remaining 27 EU states sort out their own new rela...

    25 Jun 2016, 12.38 pm  |  Source: Reuters

  • Brexit puts UK-China financial services linkages at risk

    Brexit puts UK-China financial services linkages at risk  

    The "Leave" camp clinched 52 percent of the vote at this week's referendum on whether the UK should remain a member of the EU, confounding traders and bookmakers who had expected Britons would opt to stay and sparking turmoil in g...

    25 Jun 2016, 12.35 pm  |  Source: Reuters

  • If invited for GES, would try to stop by India: Obama

    If invited for GES, would try to stop by India: Obama  

    US President Barack Obama has said that he might visit India next year if invited for the Global Entrepreneurship Summit (GES)

    25 Jun 2016, 12.08 pm  |  Source: PTI

  • Brexit may cause period of uncertainty, adjustment: BIS

    Brexit may cause period of uncertainty, adjustment: BIS  

    As central bankers from across the world, including RBI chief Raghuram Rajan, met in Basel, the Bank for International Settlements (BIS) said there is likely to be a "period of uncertainty and adjustment" in the wake of Britain's ...

    25 Jun 2016, 11.54 am  |  Source: PTI

  • Brexit: Sterling plunges to 31-year low in biggest ever fall

    Brexit: Sterling plunges to 31-year low in biggest ever fall  

    British markets plunged on Friday, with sterling hitting a 31-year low in its biggest fall on record and UK stock futures pointing to a steep fall at the market open after Britons voted to leave the European Union.

    24 Jun 2016, 10.32 pm  |  Source: Reuters

  • Wall Street bankers in London ponder life post-Brexit

    Wall Street bankers in London ponder life post-Brexit  

    Big Wall Street banks are scrambling to figure out what to do with their assets, workers and financial licenses abroad in light of the British vote to exit the European Union (EU).

    24 Jun 2016, 10.32 pm  |  Source: Reuters

  • Nexit, Frexit or Italeave? British vote fires up EU`s `Outers`

    Nexit, Frexit or Italeave? British vote fires up EU's 'Outers'  

    Britain's vote to leave the European Union fired up populist eurosceptic parties across the continent on Friday, giving fresh voice to their calls to leave the bloc or its euro currency.

    24 Jun 2016, 10.29 pm  |  Source: Reuters

  • UK job creation, investment may stall in near term: Pissarides

    UK job creation, investment may stall in near term: Pissarides   

    In an interview CNBC Christopher Pissarides said that job creation and investment might halt for the time being after Brexit.

    24 Jun 2016, 10.21 pm  |  Source: CNBC-TV18

  • UK now free from bureaucracy of EU nations: David Blake

    UK now free from bureaucracy of EU nations: David Blake   

    In an interview with CNBC-TV18, David Blake of Cass Business School shared his views on why he was batting for a Brexit.

    24 Jun 2016, 10.13 pm  |  Source: CNBC-TV18

  • Scottish leader: New independence referendum `highly likely`

    Scottish leader: New independence referendum 'highly likely'  

    "I think an independence referendum is now highly likely, but I also think it's important that we take time to consider all steps, and to have the discussions, not least to assess the response of the European Union to the vote tha...

    24 Jun 2016, 10.00 pm  |  Source: PTI

  • `This is the worst,` Alan Greenspan says of Brexit

    'This is the worst,' Alan Greenspan says of Brexit   

    "This is the worst period I recall since I've been in public service. There's nothing like it, including the crisis... This has a corrosive effect, which is not easy [to make] go away," former Federal Reserve Chair Alan Greenspan ...

    24 Jun 2016, 8.45 pm  |  Source: CNBC

  • Merkel warns EU against kneejerk reaction to Brexit

    Merkel warns EU against kneejerk reaction to Brexit  

    German Chancellor Angela Merkel on June 24 warned EU member states against drawing hasty conclusions about Britain's decision to quit the bloc, as that risked further splitting Europe

    24 Jun 2016, 7.48 pm  |  Source: PTI

  • Sanders says he would vote for Clinton

    Sanders says he would vote for Clinton  

    Senator Bernie Sanders on June 24 said he would vote for his party rival Hillary Clinton in the November general elections to defeat Republican Donald Trump, but stopped short of fully endorsing presumptive Democratic presidential...

    24 Jun 2016, 7.48 pm  |  Source: PTI

  • US respects British decision to exit from EU: Obama

    US respects British decision to exit from EU: Obama  

    President Barack Obama said that the US respects the decision of British people to exit from the European Union and hoped that the United Kingdom and EU will remain "indispensable partners" of America

    24 Jun 2016, 7.48 pm  |  Source: PTI

  • Brexit to force Indian firms to rework biz strategy: Industry

    Brexit to force Indian firms to rework biz strategy: Industry  

    As Brexit roiled financial markets, top industry leaders today said India cannot be in a denial mode as the referendum has opened a "pandora's box of grave uncertainties" and Indian companies, especially in IT sector, will have t...

    24 Jun 2016, 6.36 pm  |  Source: PTI

  • Brexit credit negative for UK, may hit growth: Rating agencies

    Brexit credit negative for UK, may hit growth: Rating agencies  

    Brexit is credit negative for the UK and may affect most sectors due to weaker medium-term growth and investment prospects, rating agencies Moody's and Fitch said on June 24

    24 Jun 2016, 6.36 pm  |  Source: PTI

  • What #BREXIT means for you and me

    What #BREXIT means for you and me  

    The British have spoken. But what impact will it have on the average Indian? Realistically, just a little.

    24 Jun 2016, 5.26 pm  |  Source: CNBC-TV18

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