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Sherwood went on to tell MPs that the firm's involvement in the BHS saga has not enhanced its reputation. 'We've been reviewing Goldman Sachs' relationship with Sir Philip Green at this point,' he said with some bluntness.
Mark Carney's soothing message will follow warnings that worse is to come later in the year when exit negotiations get under way.
Stagecoach on Wednesday reported a 37 per cent fall in pre-tax profit during 2015-16, as it warned of “economic, consumer and political uncertainty” following Britain's vote to leave the EU.
TOKYO, June 30 (Reuters) - Asia stocks rose across the board on Thursday, tracking an overnight rally on Wall Street, while the safe-haven Japanese yen stopped rising as global markets regained a semblance of calm after last week's Brexit shock.
Fresh concerns have emerged over the future of Tata Steel's UK assets, which include the huge Port Talbot works. It is understood that the Indian owners of the plant fear that the current UK political uncertainty could derail efforts linked to the ...

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