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 ...
LONDON, July 1 (Reuters) - A week after Britons voted themselves out of the European Union, many London-based bankers and their employers face two options if they are to secure their futures: lobby or leave.
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.
Jens Weidmann, the president of Germany's Bundesbank, has warned the EU against treating the UK too toughly, adding his voice to the debate about how to react to Britain's vote to leave the bloc.
British bettors lost about �12.6bn last year as the rise of online gambling encouraged punters to wager more money than ever before.