WASHINGTON - For decades, financial and political leaders have preached the inevitability of globalization, promising nations that by sacrificing some of their sovereignty and dropping national barriers they could reap far greater rewards through ...
Fearful of landing in immediate negative equity, some buyers have decided to put their purchases on ice. Photograph: Yui Mok/PA. Hilary Osborne, Patrick Collinson and Miles Brignall.
One of the possible bidders for Port Talbot steel works has threatened to pull out of takeover talks in the wake of the Brexit vote.
While the world mulls over the impact of the British vote to exit the European Union, travelers and the travel industry are taking stock and making plans.
Fragmented regulation, hiring barriers, and worst of all, uncertainty. Tech stocks got as beaten up as everyone else following the news that the UK would leave the European Union, with big players like Google, Microsoft, and IBM cratering by between 4-5%.