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Jaguar Land Rover races to bumper year as revenues top £24bn

Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) has roared to bumper results, announcing sales rising nine per cent to £24.3bn and pre-tax profits of £1.6bn for the year ending 31 March. *Read more*: Jaguar has given a..
City A.M.

Frankfurt’s skyscraper jungle hopes to entice post-Brexit business

Frankfurt, the EU’s financial capital, is readying itself to welcome London’s banking business with a concrete jungle of skyscrapers once the United Kingdom leaves the bloc. EURACTIV’s partner..
EurActiv

Videos for Brexit

News video: BAML Plans to Short Pound Ahead of Brexit Talks

BAML Plans to Short Pound Ahead of Brexit Talks 02:14

May.23 -- Thanos Vamvakidis, head of G10 FX Strategy at Merrill Lynch, discusses Brexit and his outlook for the British pound. He speaks on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe."
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News video: Deutsche Bundesbank's Dombret Sees Very Hard Brexit

Deutsche Bundesbank's Dombret Sees Very Hard Brexit 07:06

May.23 -- Deutsche Bundesbank Board Member Andreas Dombret discusses Brexit, the German economy and his outlook for the banking sector. He speaks on "Bloomberg Markets."
Source: Bloomberg Global Business -

News video: Chief Brexit negotiator says a

Chief Brexit negotiator says a "no deal" is not an option 00:58

Chief Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier says a ‘no deal scenario’ with the UK would be unthinkable. He says all efforts should be made to secure a deal on citizens rights first of all: “We..
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News video: Chief Brexit negotiator says a “no deal” is not an option

Chief Brexit negotiator says a “no deal” is not an option 00:58

Chief Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier says a ‘no deal scenario’ with the UK would be unthinkable. He says all efforts should be made to secure a deal on citizens rights first of all: “We need to..
Source: Euronews English -

News video: UK Prime Minister defends social care plan

UK Prime Minister defends social care plan 01:07

UK Prime Minister, Theresa May, has rushed to defend the controversial social care plan contained in her party’s election manifesto. What is all the fuss about? The Conservative party’s lead in the..
Source: Euronews English -

 

More than 600,000 people registered to vote on election deadline day

more than 600,000 people registered to vote on election deadline day
A huge 622,000 people applied to register their vote yesterday, the last chance to secure a vote for the June General Election. And official government figures show that over two-thirds of those..
City A.M.

Ryanair announces new partnership with one of Spain's largest airlines

ryanair announces new partnership with one of spain's largest airlines
Ryanair has announced a new flight partnership with one of Spain's biggest airlines, Air Europa. The agreement will allow its customers to book Air Europa long-haul flights on the Ryanair website,..
City A.M.

Tory donations dwarfed the sums handed to Labour in early 2017

tory donations dwarfed the sums handed to labour in early 2017
The Conservatives were leading the early running in fundraising before Prime Minister Theresa May's snap election, taking in more than double the sums handed to Labour. All national campaigning has..
City A.M.

EU nations set tough negotiating mandate for Brexit talks

BRUSSELS (AP) " The 27 European Union nations negotiating Britain's exit from the bloc have set a tough mandate for their chief negotiator during the opening part of the two-year proceedings.EU..
New Zealand Herald

How Trump and Brexit could reshape Asian fashion

Globalisation has been good to the world of fashion but isolationist trends following Britain’s Brexit vote and the election of US President Donald Trump have sowed some seeds of uncertainty. Trump..
S.China Morning Post

Deficit rises faster than expected in April as tax revenues stall

deficit rises faster than expected in april as tax revenues stall
The British government’s spending deficit rose more than expected in April, with borrowing rising year-on-year as tax revenues slowed. The government spent £10.4bn more than it received in..
City A.M.

Brexit latest: VAT receipt slowdown in April points to weakening consumers

The month saw the weakest year on year expansion of receipts since last August
Independent

EU sets tough Brexit mandate


SeekingAlpha

Brexit dims British dream of owning a home in the Spanish sun

Uncertainty about the impact of the pound’s decline on their spending power, Britons are also worried about access to health care and even their right to reside in Spain
Irish Times

Shaftesbury points to West End's long record of resilience as profits rise

shaftesbury points to west end's long record of resilience as profits rise
West End landlord Shaftesbury has been cashing in on flourishing footfall in the area, noting good trading across its locations. And despite anticipating uncertainty from Brexit, the firm said the..
City A.M.

Brexit dims dreams of buying a holiday home in Spain

Fewer Britons are buying homes in Spain after the UK's vote to leave the EU
Independent

Greencore revenues soar by 46% on back of Peacock Foods acquisition

Convenience food group reports strong growth in Irish and UK business despite challenges; says impact of Brexit is still unclear
Irish Times

PM responds to Manchester attack as parties suspend election campaigning

pm responds to manchester attack as parties suspend election campaigning
Election campaigning has been suspended in the wake of last night's suspected terror attack at Manchester Arena, leaving 22 dead and more than 50 people injured.  Prime Minister Theresa May said:..
City A.M.

Maybe it is time to appoint a minister for Brexit

Cantillon: public sector could also draw on outside expertise for challenges ahead
Irish Times

Deal for orderly Brexit a must, says EU lead negotiator

Failure to strike a deal that ushers Britain out of the European Union in an orderly way is not an option Brussels wants to consider, its chief negotiator said yesterday (22 June) as the EU gave a..
EurActiv

Startups with foreign directors attract more funding

startups with foreign directors attract more funding
Startups with directors who are not from the UK have been found to attract greater funding than those without. Fresh analysis seen exclusively by City A.M. indicates small firms with more than two..
City A.M.

Forget the outrage, Theresa May should not have U-turned on social care

forget the outrage, theresa may should not have u-turned on social care
When is a U-turn not a U-turn? When it’s made by strong and stable Prime Minister Theresa May, of course, who insisted yesterday that her sudden pledge to cap the amount of money people will pay..
City A.M.

Nationalist rivalries are a real and rising threat to prosperity

nationalist rivalries are a real and rising threat to prosperity
Today, the West looks at globalisation with increased suspicion. We are witnessing the emergence of new political narratives that both celebrate the supremacy of the nation state and criticise those..
City A.M.


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