France to own Britain’s finance title in EU on the other side of Brexit

France is expected to win Britain’s Financial services crown in the EU after Brexit resulting in…

British retailers witness flat-lined sales ahead of Brexit

Surveys reveal that British retailers witnessed their sales dwindle in the month of August as customers…

Ireland accuses Britain for being ‘totally unreasonable’ over Brexit

Britain has been accused by Ireland of being “totally unreasonable” over Brexit on Friday. Prime Minister…

Boris Johnson suspends UK parliament, Queen approves the suspension

U.K. parliament will formally reopen on October 14, Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced this highly- a…

Timetable for UK-US trade deal is “tight”: Boris Johnson

The UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson asked for flexibility from the US over US-UK trade agreement,…

Johnson government’s Brexit preparations increases budget deficit

As the newly elected UK government increases public expenditure to meet its Brexit commitments, the country…

EU anti-trust regulator levies €6.2m fine on Hello Kitty

On Wednesday, European Union anti-trust body charged the owner of Hello Kitty, Sanrio, a fine of…

US proposes $4 billion in prospective additional tariffs over EU aircraft subsidies

Just times after attaining a truce in the U.S.-China trade war, the U.S. government on Monday…

Fearing another crash, investors pile into EU derivatives

The total has dropped in recent days to 3 .91 million contracts, which is yet clearly above five-year averages. Open interest…

UK trade minister Fox dismisses idea of ‘stand still’ tariff-free EU commerce 

Trade minister Liam Fox has dismissed Britain’s prospects of using global trade rules to ensure that tariff-free post-Brexit trade, rubbishing one of…