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What Brexit means for your finances: Savings that can be made - and steps you can take to protect the family finances
There are opportunities – as well as pitfalls. Savings that can be made – as well as steps you can take to protect the family finances.
As Moody’s issued its warning on Friday, shares in the US closed down as shockwaves from Britain’s referendum vote – dubbed ‘Independence Day’ by Brexiteers – swept across the Atlantic.
Rules on state aid for the steel industry could be scrapped as a result of the UK quitting the EU, the industry’s trade body has said.
Fears that the boom in British car manufacturing would be derailed by Brexit failed to sway voters in the UK’s main production centres.
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Our ability to build retirement wealth through saving into a pension faces a multitude of challenges in the wake of the country’s decision to vote to leave the EU.
The £20billion merger was agreed in March and last week’s shock vote will now be examined by the committee.
They are already at a near year high of 111.2p per litre, up from 102p at the beginning of the year.
Feasrs are mounting that Friday’s shock referendum result will hit Britain’s already struggling dealmaking industries.
Said Darwazah, chairman and chief executive of drugs group Hikma Pharmaceuticals. spent £1.52million on 70,000 shares in the firm that was founded by his father in Jordan in 1978.
Farmers will ask for UK handouts from the post-Brexit Government as they are set to lose EU subsidies
Britain’s farmers received £2.4billion last year in payments from the EU under the Common Agricultural Policy.
Buyers and sellers alike face a period of uncertainty over house prices after the Brexit vote, warn estate agents and property pundits.
Sir Martin Sorrell is the tycoon behind one of the world’s most successful companies, advertising giant WPP. But this weekend he was virtually holding his head in his hands.
A gyrating stock market and pound in recent days may have caused the City’s pulse to ratchet up a notch or two. But it has done little to unsettle Henry Dixon of asset manager Man GLG.
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Though further share price corrections are inevitable, experts say investors should not be panicked out of the market because that would crystallise losses in their Isas or wider portfolios.
British travellers woke up to the fact that their holidays in the sun this year have just shot up in price following the vote to leave the European Union.
Falling pound will hit expat pensioners: Those who get top rate of the State pension risk losing £817 a year
Despite the fact that they were unable to vote in the referendum, the impact of Brexit on expat pensioners is considerable.
Move fast to boost savings: As banks and building societies are awash with cash, act now for the best deals
Savers keen to snap up a decent fixed rate on their money will need to act fast as the best deals are likely to be withdrawn imminently.
Forecasters cut estimates for growth in 2017 and 2018. Economist Samuel Tombs believes the economy will contract by 0.2 per cent in both the third and fourth quarter of the year.
The value of gold soared more than 20 per cent in the hours that followed the Brexit vote in the UK.
Jobs, household bills and tax will not escape from the economic fallout of Britain’s divorce from Europe.
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