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Austerity measures to continue until the 2020s as George Osborne drops plans ...
George Osborne has dropped a target for cleaning up the nation's finances by the end of the parliament after warning that Britain will no longer achieve a budget surplus by 2020.
Brexit tears hole in UK economy plans  
George Osborne scraps 2020 budget surplus plan  
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EasyJet is drawing up plans to move its headquarters to continental Europe following Britain's vote to leave the EU. The possible relocation is aimed at safeguarding its status as Europe's second-largest budget carrier by revenue amid uncertainty over ...
As the second half of 2016 kicks off on Friday, fastFT reviews the performance of many major assets, from stocks, to bonds, and currencies, in what was a hectic second quarter.
(ShareCast News) - London stocks opened higher on Friday, underpinned by expectations of fresh stimulus from the Bank of England and possibly from the European Central Bank.
The British electorate's rejection of the EU reflects a broader scepticism of the European project across member states, Jens Weidmann has warned, acknowledging that a period of uncertainty could damage German banks and hit growth prospects of the ...
A fixed-odds betting terminal in a branch of Paddy Power, east London. Photograph: David Levene for the Guardian. Rob Davies. Friday 1 July 2016 11.35 EDT Last modified on Friday 1 July 2016 12.18 EDT.

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