There will be howls of rage, but why should extremists on both sides dictate how the story ends? James Ferguson Illustration. All good dramas involve the suspension of disbelief.
LONDON, June 27 (Reuters) - Airlines, holiday companies and housebuilders joined British banks in bearing the brunt of Brexit-induced market turmoil on Monday, which analysts said reflected expectations Britain was headed for recession following its ...
The pound sterling slipped further in trading in Asia on Monday (27 June), extending Friday's decline against the dollar to below $1.35 - levels last seen in 1985.
The UK accounting watchdog has launched an investigation into PwC's audit of BHS, the latest development in the fallout from the UK retailer's collapse.
US stocks extended a sharp sell-off on Monday as investors fretted over the implications of the UK's vote to leave the EU, and eyed turmoil in the currencies market.