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UK and EU on the Verge of Regulatory Spat as Brexit Nears
(Jan 2019) Should the UK proceeds to crash . place for a new subsidiary could be exacerbated. The EU is giving more powers to the ECB and the EU’s executive commission in order to coordinate its response to a

A bunch of stocks in Hong Kong crashed 70% without warning — and no one really knows why
on 17th of Jan 2019 Jiayuan, a property developer, was the worst impacted by the crash, dropping as much as 81%, and seeing more than $HKD25 billion ($3.2 billion) wiped from its market capitalization . The downtrodden

Like Greece, Brexit negotiations leave the UK a rule taker from the EU
(Jan 2019) Greece by contrast, is a regional player and a small eurozone economy on the verge of going bankrupt . integrity of the single market. As happened in Greece, the UK government and many prominent

UK PM May holds Brexit talks; opposition dubs them a ‘stunt’
on 17th of Jan 2019 Across the Channel, European Union countries were stepping up preparations for a disorderly British exit on March 29 after the UK Parliament . ever that Britain could crash out of the EU without

The Latest: UK’s top banker says markets see Brexit delay
(Jan 2019) But he also said the move higher in the pound could be . the country will crash out of the bloc on March 29 with no deal. James Smith, an economist at ING, says the “calm market response

Brexit Brief: Business lobby warns of risks to thousands of U.K. jobs
(Jan 2019) May needs a simple majority of 326 of the UK . could both topple the PM and trigger a general election. Is a ‘no deal’ Brexit then the most likely outcome? Not necessarily. The majority of British p

Brexit talks by UK’s May called a ‘stunt’ by opposition
on 17th of Jan 2019 May so far has showed little inclination to make major changes to her Brexit deal or lift her insistence that Brexit means leaving the EU’s single market and customs union . concerned than ever that

UK government faces no-confidence vote after Brexit defeat
(Jan 2019) Political analyst Anand Menon, from UK in a Changing Europe . night’s vote makes it less likely Britain will crash out of the bloc with no deal. James Smith, an economist at ING, says the “calm mark

Britain needs a Brexit do-over referendum to get out of this mess
on 17th of Jan 2019 READ: UK’s Theresa May . there was no answer that could at once satisfy her own party and command agreement from Europe. A close economic relationship with Europe — whether as a continuing member of

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