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City gloom deepens amid Brexit uncertainty
Financial services firms reported being more pessimistic in the last quarter - as economic forecasts see a tough few years ahead. 09:04, UK, Monday 23 January 2017.
Survey: 2016 was 'gloomiest year' since 2008 for financial services  
Optimism in financial services sector hits crisis era-low as Brexit concerns ...  
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Prime Minister Theresa May is to unveil a new, more interventionist, industrial strategy on Monday, designed to boost the post-Brexit UK economy.
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