T/brexit

  1. Why ‘Brexit’ Will Make Britain’s Mediocre Economy Worse Op Ed, Today

    You may have heard that Britain is going to conquer world markets. The reality is rather different.

  2. Ruling on E.U. Trade Deals Retains a Hurdle for ‘Brexit’ Talks Business, May 16

    The European Union’s highest court has affirmed that some aspects of trade agreements need to be ratified by all the bloc’s national parliaments....

  3. How ‘Brexit’ Could Alter London, the World’s Banker Interactive, May 11

    A large piece of London’s banking business depends on its inclusion in the European Union....

  4. Donald Trump, ‘Brexit,’ Snapchat: Your Thursday Briefing N Y T Now, May 11

    Here’s what you need to know to start your day....

  5. ‘Brexit’ Imperils London’s Claim as Banker to the Planet Business, May 11

    Britain’s abandonment of the European Union jeopardizes London’s status as the leading hub of international finance.

  6. How ‘Brexit’ Could Alter London, the World’s Banker Interactive, May 11

    A large piece of London’s banking business depends on its inclusion in the European Union.

  7. Banksy’s View of ‘Brexit’? It’s in the Stars Foreign, May 8

    The artist produced a three-story mural in Dover, England, over the weekend that showed a workman chipping away at a star on the European Union flag....

  8. After ‘Brexit’ and Trump, Trust Is an Issue With French Polls Foreign, May 5

    Many in France are taking the size of Emmanuel Macron’s big lead in the race for president as a sign that voters there will not spring another surprise....

  9. As ‘Brexit’ Tensions Rise, E.U. Proposal Targets London Finance Business, May 4

    Proposed technical changes hint that the European Commission may seek more centralized regulation, or location requirements, on a key financial product....

  10. City of London's Brexit Job Losses Limited to 'Low Thousands'-New Policy Chief None, May 4

    A shift in banking jobs from Britain to continental Europe because of Brexit is likely be in the "low thousands", the City of London's new policy chief said on Thursday - and warned that a "turbulent" few months lay ahead....

  11. EU Chief Tusk Calls for Calm as Brexit Tensions Soar None, May 4

    European Union chief Donald Tusk appealed Thursday for calm as tensions soar between Brussels and London over negotiations on Britain's departure from the bloc....

  12. Luxembourg Says No Sweetheart Deals for Financial Firms Fleeing Brexit None, May 4

    Luxembourg is in talks with a wide range of financial firms looking to relocate out of London as Britain leaves the European Union, but it will not offer sweeteners to undercut rival centres, Finance Minister Pierre Gramegna said on Thursday....

  13. EU's Tusk Says Brexit Talks Will Be 'Impossible' if Emotions Unchecked None, May 4

    Britain's looming negotiations with the European Union on exiting the bloc are already very tough and will become "impossible" if emotions are allowed to run unchecked, the chairman of EU summits said on Thursday....

  14. EU Mulls Relocation of UK Clearing After Brexit, but No Decision Yet None, May 4

    The European Commission is considering as a possible option the relocation of a big chunk of derivative clearing from London to the European Union after Britain leaves the bloc, but no decision has been taken yet, a top official said on Thursday....

  15. UK Mortgage Approvals Fall to Six-Month Low as Brexit Hits Housing Market None, May 4

    British lenders approved the lowest number of mortgages in six months in March, the Bank of England said, adding to signs of caution amongst home-buyers who are facing a pinch on their finances after last year's Brexit vote....

  16. Brexit Holds the Cards to Gibraltar's Gambling Future None, May 4

    Deep inside the Rock of Gibraltar is a room known as The Vault. Dug by the British army in World War II, it now houses servers that power the websites of dozens of international online gambling companies....

  17. France, Juventus, ‘Brexit’: Your Thursday Briefing N Y T Now, May 4

    Here’s what you need to know to start your day....

  18. Theresa May Accuses E.U. Officials of ‘Brexit’ Threats Before British Vote Foreign, May 3

    “Britain’s negotiating position in Europe has been misrepresented in the Continental press” and “threats against Britain have been issued by European politicians and officials,” Mrs. May said....

  19. Baton Rouge, James Comey, ‘Brexit’: Your Wednesday Briefing Briefing, May 3

    Here’s what you need to know to start your day.

  20. To Understand ‘Brexit,’ Look to Britain’s Tabloids World, May 2

    Despite their falling circulations and tarnished reputations, tabloids maintain a striking grip on power as Britain prepares to cut ties with the European Union.

  21. In ‘Brexit’ Talks, U.K. and E.U. Are Said to Be Miles Apart World, May 1

    According to news reports, Jean-Claude Juncker, head of the European Commission, believed Prime Minister Theresa May was in “a different galaxy” after a dinner meeting.