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Brexit could mean change for motorists and the UK automotive industry

Daily Mail - 19 min 15 sec ago
With the motor industry supporting some 800,000 UK jobs, the referendum result voting in favour of leaving the EU has gone against the wishes of three quarters of firms within the sector.

Brexit sparks response from Star fund managers led by Neil Woodford

Daily Mail - 19 min 58 sec ago
The UK's top fund managers have spoken out on Brexit with a mixture of soothing advice, lessons from history and blood-curdling warnings about future recessions here and in the US.

Greek hotels REFUSE to swap British tourists' money amid Brexit market turmoil

Daily Mail - 1 hour 17 min ago
British tourists on holiday are being told they cannot exchange their money because of the Brexit market turmoil.  Incidents of this nature have been reported in Greece, Australia and Hawaii.

Furious German watchdogs set to scupper bid for the LSE unless new company's headquarters is based in their country

Daily Mail - 3 hours 54 min ago
A German takeover of the London Stock Exchange will go ahead as planned despite the European Union referendum result, bosses have said.

Gold surges 6% as investors seek safe haven: Four ways you can invest in the precious metal

Daily Mail - 4 hours 3 min ago
Gold hit a two-year high of $1,336 an ounce as markets opened. Website BullionVault said some £23.5m had been traded in gold and silver by its users before 11am.

Dilapidated post-war Aston Martin endurance racer sells for £679,100

Daily Mail - 4 hours 11 min ago
Under all this Aston Martin's flaking paint is a post-war endurance racer that's been almost untouched since it last completed a 24-hour marathon almost 70 years ago.

Nine of the best classic cars (and a coffee table) to watch at Goodwood FOS auction

Daily Mail - 4 hours 12 min ago
Here's our run-down of the top 10 lots, including a super-rare race-replica Porsche, limited edition Ferrari and concept MGB... and an exclusive item of motoring-related furniture up for grabs.

Go all-inclusive: Schools, shops and sports centres - developments now boast ready-made communities

Daily Mail - 4 hours 46 min ago
Modern, integrated village-style suburbs may provide all we need, as well as relieving existing communities of the pressures caused by an influx of new housing, says Laura Latham.

Builders, banks and airlines' UK shares hit hardest by the Brexit sell-off with falls of 25%

Daily Mail - 10 hours 32 min ago
Persimmon and Taylor Wimpey were the top losers on the FTSE 100, with shares down almost 25 per cent, closely followed by Barratt and Berkeley, which were about 20 per cent lower.

Brexit could be as big a risk to a deeply damaged eurozone, says ALEX BRUMMER

Daily Mail - 10 hours 53 min ago
Anyone who had ever doubted that the UK, as the fifth largest economy in the world and the second biggest in the EU, is at the fulcrum of financial events has been quickly disabused.

World banks rush to ease Brexit worries as Mark Carney offers to pump £250bn into the UK financial system

Daily Mail - 10 hours 54 min ago
Bank of England governor Mark Carney offered to pump £250bn into the UK financial system and said ‘we will not hesitate to take any additional measures required’ to keep the economy on track.

Stocks that will soar from Brexit Use market turmoil as an opportunity

Daily Mail - 10 hours 56 min ago
The FTSE 100 fell 7 per cent as it opened yesterday, but it quickly regained much of that ground as investors realised they had overreacted.

Brexit creates fresh cracks in EU economies with foreign stock markets worse than FTSE

Daily Mail - 10 hours 57 min ago
As investors struggled to come to terms with Brexit, borrowing costs in Italy, Spain, Portugal and Greece rose. It is feared other EU members could push for a referendum of their own.

Recruitment firms hit by jobs threat from foreign banks after Brexit result

Daily Mail - 10 hours 59 min ago
Shares in some recruiters lost more than half their value with PageGroup down 52 per cent, Hays down 29 per cent, Robert Walters down more than 10 per cent and Staffline down 29 per cent.

Moody's CUTS British credit outlook to 'negative' following Brexit vote

Daily Mail - 11 hours 7 min ago
Credit rating agency Moody's has lowered Britain's credit outlook to 'negative' from 'stable' in the wake of the country voting to leave the European Union.

'Say goodbye to the markets!': How panic and confusion gripped the City as the leave votes came piling in

Daily Mail - Fri, 06/24/2016 - 20:56
Fortunes were won and lost on referendum night. As the first results came in the mood in the City quickly changed with screens suddenly lighting up and phones started to ring.

First steps into a brave new world: British businesses draft emergency plans as they prepare for a future outside the EU 

Daily Mail - Fri, 06/24/2016 - 20:55
Some of the biggest blue chips called meetings of Brexit teams that they had assembled prior to the vote to begin key decisions on investment and staffing in the coming months.

MARKET REPORT: Poundland slumps nearly 6% after takeover bid from South African furniture retailer Steinhoff is rejected

Daily Mail - Fri, 06/24/2016 - 20:55
Steinhoff said it was reviewing a proposed takeover offer which was rejected by the board of the British company, and the UK’s shock decision to leave the European Union.

FTSE CLOSE Brexit bombshell batters global markets but Footsie comes off lows 

Daily Mail - Fri, 06/24/2016 - 20:54
The FTSE 100 closed down 3 per cent or 199.41 points at 6138.69 after a tumultuous day on markets following the UK vote to leave the EU.

Russia Moves to Tighten Counterterror Law; Rights Activists See Threat to Freedoms

The New York Times - Fri, 06/24/2016 - 18:18
Measures approved by the lower house of Parliament include a prison term for failing to report a planned terrorist act, as well as restrictions on religious activities.
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