Brexit News Archive: 03 Nov 2016

It's Italy's turn to spook the markets, but don't hold your breath for 'Italexit'

This weekend's Italian referendum is being billed as Europe's most important political event since Brexit, and the fates of Italy and the European Union may hang in the balance. Or, you know, maybe not.
Joe Chidley / Financial Post   |   Wed, 30 Nov 2016 21:56:34

Why You Need To Learn To Lead Before You Become A Leader

There is extensive debate about how U.K. businesses will fare in a post-Brexit world. Encouraged by Britain's recent economic performance, compared with fellow members of the European Union, many are daring to suggest that - while there might be some volatility in the years ahead - the overall picture will ...
Roger Trapp, Contributor / Forbes   |   Wed, 30 Nov 2016 21:52:00

Boris Johnson freedom of movement in Brexit - Sky News

According to Sky News, UK Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson has reportedly told to some EU ambassadors that he supports freedom of movement...
Felipe Erazo / FX Street   |   Wed, 30 Nov 2016 21:39:42

Carney warns Europe against freezing out City

BoE mounts defence of financial services the day after Draghi said Britain will feel most Brexit pain
FT   |   Wed, 30 Nov 2016 20:53:48

Tories seek positive uncertainties in a deluge of negative certainties

MPs grill Robert Chote over the OBR's gloomy post-Brexit predictions: wasn't it possible all the forecasters were wrong? Just after the chancellor's autumn statement, Conservative Jacob Rees-Mogg had rubbished the Office for Budget Responsibility for making unnecessarily gloomy predictions about the government's handling of Brexit and suggested we would all ...
John Crace / Guardian   |   Wed, 30 Nov 2016 19:40:21

Starmer presses May to act first on expat rights

Gesture would help improve prospects for talks, says Shadow Brexit secretary
FT   |   Wed, 30 Nov 2016 19:38:51

Pharma companies argue against new UK regulator

Drugmakers want to stick with European Medicines Agency following Brexit
FT   |   Wed, 30 Nov 2016 15:19:40

'Absolutely in the interest of the EU': Mark Carney returns Dutch Finance Minister's Brexit warning with one of his own

Mark Carney warned that the European Union has a lot to lose from any damage Brexit does to the British banking system
Richard Partington and Jill Ward, Bloomberg News / Financial Post   |   Wed, 30 Nov 2016 15:03:30

Brexit: May says Tusk letter shows EU expats delay 'right'

Expat Britons would be "high and dry" if the UK had given EU citizens residence rights, the PM says.
BBC   |   Wed, 30 Nov 2016 14:27:26

In 2017, France and Germany will split Europe in two

As Donald Trump prepares to move into the White House and Theresa May braces the UK for a hard Brexit, the EU is next in line to reap 2016's bumper crop of political upset.
CNN   |   Wed, 30 Nov 2016 13:28:14

China's 'extraordinary leverage' tops Bank of England's growing list of concerns

China, euro zone debt and Brexit top the concerns for the Bank of England, according to a report published on Wednesday.
CNBC   |   Wed, 30 Nov 2016 13:12:00

R.B.S. to Bolster Capital Position After Failing Stress Test

The Royal Bank of Scotland is the worst prepared of Britain’s biggest lenders to cope with another financial crisis, according to the Bank of England test.
CHAD BRAY / NY Times   |   Wed, 30 Nov 2016 12:54:01

Mark Carney: European economies face hit if cut off from City of London

Bank of England governor says Britain is 'Europe's investment banker' as he warns on uncertainties created by Brexit Mark Carney, the governor of the Bank of England, has warned that European economies could be hit if their access to the City of London is impeded after Britain leaves the EU. ...
Jill Treanor / Guardian   |   Wed, 30 Nov 2016 11:41:08

'Xenophobia' is the word of the year for 2016, says Dictionary.com

Dictionary.com has selected as the 2016 word of the year, citing the anti-immigrant rhetoric of U.S. President-elect Donald Trump and the United Kingdom's Brexit vote to leave the European Union as reasons for its choice. In a news release, the online dictionary said that searches...
Money & Company   |   Mon, 28 Nov 2016 17:25:00

'Xenophobia' Is Dictionary.com's Word Of The Year

There were a lot of surprises to come out of 2016, but being named Dictionary.com's Word of the Year is not one of them. When you consider the rhetoric that galvanized people in this year's Brexit vote and the U.S. presidential race, the proof that is the word that most ...
Huffington Post   |   Mon, 28 Nov 2016 16:12:32

Hans-Werner Sinn: "Europe's Secret Bailout"

From Project Syndicate: MUNICH - While the world worries about Donald Trump, Brexit, and the flow of refugees from Syria and other war-torn countries, the European Central Bank continues to work persistently and below the public radar on its debt-restructuring plan - also known as quantitative easing (QE) - to ...
Climateer Investing   |   Mon, 28 Nov 2016 12:16:00

Europe's Secret Bailout

While the world worries about Donald Trump, Brexit, and refugees, the European Central Bank continues to work below the public radar on its debt-restructuring plan - also known as quantitative easing - to ease the burden on the over-indebted eurozone countries. It's a high-risk operation, especially for Germany and the ...
Project Syndicate   |   Mon, 28 Nov 2016 11:53:56

JD Sports bets on Brexit staycations with Go Outdoors takeover

Telegraph   |   Mon, 28 Nov 2016 10:30:56

10 things you need to know in markets today

Good morning! Here's what you need to know in markets on Monday. Prime Minister Theresa May has admitted that negotiating a successful Brexit is proving to be "hugely challenging." In a rare interview with The Sunday Times, May also acknowledged the government needed to organise terms for exiting the EU, ...
Business Insider   |   Mon, 28 Nov 2016 07:01:12

U.K. Lawmakers Must Vote on Brexit, High Court Rules

A U.K. court ruled that the government can't kick off the process of leaving the EU without a vote from Parliament, dealing a blow to Prime Minister Theresa May's strategy for taking the U.K. out of the bloc.
WSJ   |   Thu, 3 Nov 2016 23:26:55

The Atlantic Daily: Split Decisions

What We're Following Brexit's Back: Britain's departure from the European Union is a done deal, but British lawmakers may still have to vote on it. The United Kingdom's High Court has ruled that Prime Minister Theresa May's government doesn't have the authority to initiate a split-based on the results of ...
Rosa Inocencio Smith / The Atlantic   |   Thu, 3 Nov 2016 23:13:30

All Europe will suffer if London loses financial clout, says Bank deputy

Sir John Cunliffe says benefits of London's status as a global financial force could be 'lost to Europe' following Brexit Economies across Europe risk losing out if London's position as a dominant financial centre is threatened as a result of Brexit, a deputy governor of the Bank of England has ...
Jill Treanor / Guardian   |   Thu, 3 Nov 2016 22:59:18

BoE says it may tighten bank capital rules after Brexit relief

LONDON, Nov 3- Banks in Britain may face stricter capital requirements to counter relief given to banks in the immediate aftermath of the June vote to leave the European Union, a top Bank of England official said on Thursday. The banking industry in London is drawing up contingency plans to ...
CNBC   |   Thu, 3 Nov 2016 22:15:00

Teneo hires Cameron spin-doctor Craig Oliver

Downing St communications chief to offer 'strategic advice' on issues including Brexit
FT   |   Thu, 3 Nov 2016 22:06:39

Doubt cast over Britain's Brexit process

CNN   |   Thu, 3 Nov 2016 20:49:21

Brexit: Ministers vow to fight Article 50 court ruling

The government says it will fight a High Court ruling that could frustrate its timetable for Brexit.
BBC   |   Thu, 3 Nov 2016 20:12:22

Iris Dorbian wrote a new post, PE HUB Second Opinion, on the site PE Hub

U.S. auto-parts maker American Axle & Manufacturing Holdings Inc has agreed to buy Metaldyne Performance Group Inc for about $1.6 billion. A UK court rules that Brexit won't happen unless the British parliament [...]
peHUB   |   Thu, 3 Nov 2016 19:53:12

[Ilya Somin] British court rules that Parliament must approve Brexit

Earlier today, Britain's High Court ruled that the British government cannot initiate the process of leaving the European Union without getting authorization from Parliament. The Lord Chief Justice concluded that the government cannot leave the EU based on the results of the Brexit referendum alone because doing so would be ...
Volokh Conspiracy   |   Thu, 3 Nov 2016 19:52:31

France sets up one-stop shop for businesses fleeing Brexit and looking for new European headquarters

France created a one-stop shop to welcome businesses who want new European headquarters as the U.K. prepares to leave the EU
Mark Deen, Bloomberg News / Financial Post   |   Thu, 3 Nov 2016 19:31:50

GLOBAL MARKETS-Stocks slip on U.S. election nerves, pound up on Brexit ruling

* Facebook drags on Wall St; S&P 500 set to extend losing streak
Reuters   |   Thu, 3 Nov 2016 19:08:31

Sterling nears $1.25 after government loses Brexit case, BoE report

UK currency on track for best weekly gains since March
Al Arabiya   |   Thu, 3 Nov 2016 18:50:12

The Brief from Brussels: British judges irk Brexiteers with Article 50 ruling

This is the Brief from Brussels, a daily roundup of all the top stories from Europe's de facto political capital.
euronews   |   Thu, 3 Nov 2016 18:50:08

France one-stop shop seeks post-Brexit business

Paris looking to poach EU banking and medicines agencies from London
FT   |   Thu, 3 Nov 2016 18:45:00

A Brexit thunderbolt from the High Court

Court ruling puts parliament centre stage, where it belongs
FT   |   Thu, 3 Nov 2016 18:34:43

Brexit plans in turmoil after court defeat

PM determined to face down revolt by pro-EU MPs
FT   |   Thu, 3 Nov 2016 18:21:30

Bats rides downturn in volumes with higher fees

Exchanges operator beats expectations as Brexit hits EU equity revenues
FT   |   Thu, 3 Nov 2016 18:10:15

Hard-core Brexiters boil over in righteous anger

Leave camp resurrects 'People vs Establishment' rhetoric and braces for new fight
FT   |   Thu, 3 Nov 2016 18:03:39

UK households face squeeze as Bank of England hikes inflation forecasts -as it happened

Rolling coverage of Mark Carney's press conference, after he leaves interest rates unchanged and warns inflation will rise next year Bank of England: What we learned Carney: Not feeling political pressure Carney: Article 50 court ruling is sign of Brexit uncertainty Mark Carney's press conference highlights start here Bank of ...
until 2.35 / Guardian   |   Thu, 3 Nov 2016 17:59:18

UPDATE 3-BoE ditches rate cut signal after Brexit hit to sterling

LONDON, Nov 3- The Bank of England scrapped its plan to cut interest rates, which it said could now move up or down, and raised its forecasts for 2017 growth and inflation sharply due to the slide in sterling since Britain's vote to leave the EU. The battered pound rose ...
CNBC   |   Thu, 3 Nov 2016 17:48:00

Pound jumps in wake of Brexit ruling

Sterling rises following the High Court ruling on Article 50, while the FTSE 100 falls back.
BBC   |   Thu, 3 Nov 2016 17:46:53

Carney: Brexit ruling part of uncertainty

Mark Carney says a Brexit court defeat for the UK government is "just one of many twists and turns that are likely to happen" as the UK leaves the European Union.
BBC   |   Thu, 3 Nov 2016 17:44:20

Brexit hits speed bump as court rules lawmakers must get say

LONDON (AP) - Britain's plans to leave the European Union hit a large speed bump Thursday, as the High Court ruled that the government can't start exit negotiations without a vote in Parliament.
Associated Press   |   Thu, 3 Nov 2016 17:29:39

UPDATE 3-Sterling surges after Brexit ruling

LONDON, Nov 3- Sterling surged to a four-week high on Thursday after England's High Court ruled that the government needed parliamentary approval to trigger Brexit and the Bank of England scrapped plans to cut interest rates. The court ruling offered hope to markets worried that Prime Minister Theresa May's cabinet ...
CNBC   |   Thu, 3 Nov 2016 17:13:00

Paris fights for businesses fleeing Brexit London

Paris is on a charm offensive, trying to win over businesses fleeing the Brexit chaos.
CNN   |   Thu, 3 Nov 2016 16:54:53

Europe shares end mixed after Brexit ruling; US elections, earnings eyed; Credit Suisse falls 7%

European markets ended mixed on Thursday with investors concerned over Brexit and the U.S. elections.
CNBC   |   Thu, 3 Nov 2016 16:52:00

UPDATE 2-Euro zone yields rise on Brexit ruling, BOE meeting

LONDON, Nov 3- Euro zone government bond yields rose on Thursday, driven by expectations of a U.S. rate rise, a court ruling on Brexit and a change to neutral in the Bank of England's stance on future interest rates. News that the Bank of England had ditched its bias towards ...
CNBC   |   Thu, 3 Nov 2016 16:36:00

High Court Throws a Spanner in the Brexit Works

A high court judge has ruled that Brexit cannot go forward without a vote of Parliament. In a nutshell, the court ruled that since Parliament passed the 1972 law joining the EU, only Parliament can make the decision to leave the EU: The most fundamental rule of the UK's constitution ...
Kevin Drum   |   Thu, 3 Nov 2016 16:14:15

UK court brings Britain's Brexit plans to a screeching halt

LONDON (AP) - Britain's High Court brought government plans for leaving the European Union to a screeching halt Thursday, ruling that the prime minister can't trigger the U.K.'s exit from the 28-nation bloc without a vote in Parliament.
Associated Press   |   Thu, 3 Nov 2016 16:03:33

GLOBAL MARKETS-Stocks steady, pound jumps on Brexit ruling

* Pound surges more than 1 percent as UK govt loses Brexit ruling
Reuters   |   Thu, 3 Nov 2016 16:02:42

Salvini slams UK court Brexit ruling

Milan, November 3 - Anti-immigrant and anti-euro Northern League leader Matteo Salvini on Thursday slammed a British High Court ruling that the UK's parliament must vote on triggering Brexit. "Lack of democracy is not just an Italian peculiarity," he said. "If people vote the way the powers that be
Gazzetta Del Sud   |   Thu, 3 Nov 2016 15:53:00

Govt 'determined' to continue with Brexit plan - May (2)

London, November 3 - British Premier Theresa May said on Thursday the government was to continue with its Brexit plan after the High Court ruled parliament needed to vote on whether the country can start the process of leaving the European Union. The government has "no intention of lett
Gazzetta Del Sud   |   Thu, 3 Nov 2016 15:40:00

Govt 'determined' to continue with Brexit plan - May

London, November 3 - British Premier Theresa May said on Thursday the government was to continue with its Brexit plan after the High Court ruled parliament needed to vote on whether the country can start the process of leaving the European Union. The government has "no intention of lett
Gazzetta Del Sud   |   Thu, 3 Nov 2016 15:24:00

'I feel cheated': Leave voters react

Britain's divorce from the European Union got a whole lot messier on Thursday, when the High Court ruled members of parliament must vote on the process.
CNN   |   Thu, 3 Nov 2016 15:18:10

Trump worries hit dollar; pound boosted by Brexit court ruling

Politics dominated currency markets on Thursday as election worries kept the dollar weak against the yen.
CNBC   |   Thu, 3 Nov 2016 15:17:00

A Blow to Brexit

The U.K. High Court's ruling Thursday that the government does not have the authority to invoke Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty-the formal mechanism that would begin negotiations for the country's departure from the European Union-is a blow to Prime Minister Theresa May. The ruling, which the government says it ...
Krishnadev Calamur / The Atlantic   |   Thu, 3 Nov 2016 15:16:41

Britain's case to trigger Article 50 without parliamentary approval could end up in the EU's highest court

The government's legal battle to trigger Article 50 without parliamentary approval could be referred to the EU's European Court of Justice (ECJ), according to lawyers. On Thursday, the government lost a case in the UK's High Court which ruled that Prime Minister Theresa May must seek a vote from parliament ...
Business Insider   |   Thu, 3 Nov 2016 15:10:33

Woman behind Brexit bombshell

When David Cameron resigned as British Prime Minister in the aftermath of the Brexit vote, a woman stepped up to shape the country's future.
CNN   |   Thu, 3 Nov 2016 15:04:54

UK car industry risks 'death by thousand cuts' after Brexit vote

Competitiveness and investment in UK sector could be hit by 'slow-burning' impact of vote to leave EU, warns trade body chief British car manufacturing is at risk of "death by a thousand cuts" if companies invest in other countries rather than the UK after the Brexit vote, an industry leader ...
Angela Monaghan / Guardian   |   Thu, 3 Nov 2016 15:01:51

What happens now after shock ruling

CNN   |   Thu, 3 Nov 2016 14:56:25

As I've Been Saying The Value Of Sterling Is Largely Determined By Brexit Prospects

This morning we've had the news from the High Court that Parliament must vote on whether to trigger Article 50 or not. I think that's a bad decision there myself--obviously Parliament gets to vote on whatever deal is done but not on how to get there. However, to put that ...
Tim Worstall, Contributor / Forbes   |   Thu, 3 Nov 2016 14:51:00

Brexit roadmap: What happens next

The road to Brexit just got even bumpier after a bombshell court ruling. Here's what will happen now.
CNN   |   Thu, 3 Nov 2016 14:48:48

What happens next after shock Brexit court ruling

The road to Brexit just got even bumpier after a bombshell court ruling. Here's what will happen now.
CNN   |   Thu, 3 Nov 2016 14:47:18

Brexit roadmap: What happens next after shock court ruling

The road to Brexit just got even bumpier after a bombshell court ruling. Here's what will happen now.
CNN   |   Thu, 3 Nov 2016 14:43:44

UPDATE 2-BoE ditches rate cut signal after Brexit hit to sterling

LONDON, Nov 3- The Bank of England scrapped its plan to cut interest rates and said borrowing costs could now move in either direction as the slide in sterling following the Brexit vote prompted it to ramp up its forecasts for growth and inflation in 2017.. The central bank, which ...
CNBC   |   Thu, 3 Nov 2016 14:23:00

A contrarian is betting on UK stocks

As the fallout from Brexit prods investors to flee UK stocks, one investor is betting it's a great time to buy.
CNBC   |   Thu, 3 Nov 2016 14:19:00

Could polls be wrong?

Just when it looked like Hillary Clinton was going to make it through October without a nasty surprise, the FBI revealed it was reviving its investigation into her use of a private email server -- and suddenly her healthy lead in the polls began to wobble.
CNN   |   Thu, 3 Nov 2016 13:56:23

UPDATE 2-Sterling nears $1.25 after government loses Brexit case, BoE report

LONDON, Nov 3- Sterling surged to a four-week high close to $1.25 on Thursday, after England's High Court ruled that the government needed parliamentary approval to trigger Brexit and as the Bank of England scrapped plans to cut interest rates. The court ruling offered hope to investors worried that Prime ...
CNBC   |   Thu, 3 Nov 2016 13:56:00

The Latest: Italian anti-EU leader: Brexit vote should stand

LONDON (AP) - The Latest on U.K. court decision on Brexit (all times local):
Associated Press   |   Thu, 3 Nov 2016 13:48:26

Article 50 court ruling gives investors a shot in the arm

Pound rises against dollar and bank stocks rise as City reacts positively to high court judgment on Brexit but CBI and IoD remain calm The pound jumped on the news that negotiations over Britain's withdrawal from the European Union could be delayed, after the high court rejected government claims that ...
Phillip Inman Economics correspondent / Guardian   |   Thu, 3 Nov 2016 13:48:01

New French 'ambassador': We want to lure UK firms

The French have appointed a team of business leaders to encourage UK firms to move to France, in the aftermath of the Brexit vote. The head of the team explains his role.
BBC   |   Thu, 3 Nov 2016 13:45:06

FX: Currencies on edge ahead of US elections

As the US enters the final week of a long and bitter election, and with the High Court throwing the UK's Brexit plans into doubt, political uncertainty has been the chief driver of the currency markets.
Euromoney   |   Thu, 3 Nov 2016 13:45:00

Opinion: Brexit will happen, but the 48% now have a voice

British Prime Minister Theresa May has always accepted that Brexit was going to be hard.
CNN   |   Thu, 3 Nov 2016 13:41:15

Gold Backs Off On Profit Taking, Brexit News

(Kitco News) - Gold prices are trading solidly lower in early U.S. dealings, on a corrective, profit-taking pullback from this week's good gains that pushed prices to a five-week high on Wednesday. Prices on Wednesday pushed above what was important chart resistance at $1,300.00, but have quickly dropped below that ...
Kitco News, Contributor / Forbes   |   Thu, 3 Nov 2016 13:40:00

Bank of England signals further rate cuts unlikely and lifts 2017 growth forecast

The Bank of England has abandoned plans for further cuts to interest rates as it conceded the economy had stood up to the shock of June's Brexit vote without the sharp slowdown Mark Carney and fellow policymakers had predicted.
Here Is The City   |   Thu, 3 Nov 2016 13:35:25

UK court says parliament must have Brexit say, dealing blow to gov't

England's High Court ruled on Nov. 3 that the British government requires parliamentary approval to trigger the process of exiting the European Union, upsetting Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit plans.
Hurriyet   |   Thu, 3 Nov 2016 13:35:09

Brexit Court Ruling Further Clouds the Horizon for Companies

For many of the big companies in the U.K. and Europe that had opposed Brexit, the U.K. court ruling that the triggering of Article 50 requires parliamentary approval is far from a glimmer of hope.
WSJ   |   Thu, 3 Nov 2016 13:30:53

BOE under no pressure from UK government: Carney

Mark Carney discusses the Bank of England's relationship with the U.K. government post-Brexit.
CNBC   |   Thu, 3 Nov 2016 13:29:00

UK High Court Rules PM Cannot Trigger Article 50 Without Parliaments Approval

The U.K High Court has ruled that the Government does not have power to trigger Article 50 without parliamentary approval and a vote from MPs. Campaigners have won their battle over Theresa May's decision to use the royal prerogative in her Brexit strategy to start the process of leaving the ...
OANDA   |   Thu, 3 Nov 2016 13:26:54

Reality Check: Could High Court ruling on Article 50 scupper Brexit?

Could the High Court ruling requiring Parliament to approve the triggering of Article 50 mean the UK stays in the EU?
BBC   |   Thu, 3 Nov 2016 13:18:23

BoE's Carney says Article 50 court ruling is example of uncertainty

LONDON, Nov 3 (Reuters) - A court ruling that requires Britain to seek parliamentary approval to trigger the Brexit process is an example of uncertainty that could affect the economy, Bank of England...
Reuters   |   Thu, 3 Nov 2016 13:09:51

A.M. Links: Cubs Win World Series, Presidential Election 5 Days Away, British Court Rules Parliament Must Vote on Brexit

The presidential election is five days away. New poll: Hillary Clinton 45 percent, Donald Trump 42 percent, Gary Johnson 5 percent, Jill Stein 4 percent. Another new poll: Hillary Clinton 47 percent, Donald Trump 45 percent, Gary Johnson 3 percent, Jill Stein 2 percent. The Chicago Cubs beat the Cleveland ...
Hit & Run   |   Thu, 3 Nov 2016 13:00:00

What does today's Article 50 ruling mean for the Government's Brexit plans?

Following the Government's defeat in the High Court over its exclusive right to trigger Article 50, the EU's exit clause, what could happen next? Stephen Booth assesses the fallout. The post What does today's Article 50 ruling mean for the Government's Brexit plans? appeared first on Open Europe .
Open Europe   |   Thu, 3 Nov 2016 12:52:27

The Bank of England got it both wrong and right

Threadneedle Street may have got its forecasts badly wrong after the Brexit vote. Then again, you could say its policies have restored calm and confidence The Bank of England is not much cop at forecasting what will happen to the economy. It proved as much before, during and after the ...
Larry Elliott / Guardian   |   Thu, 3 Nov 2016 12:51:44

Why Brexit might have just been blown off course

A court ruling that any Brexit plan would have to be approved by all U.K. lawmakers has radically changed the outlook for the country's divorce with Europe, according to analysts.
CNBC   |   Thu, 3 Nov 2016 12:51:00

Brexit to Require Parliamentary Approval, Court Rules in Setback for Theresa May

The Guardian. England.
The Guardian. England. / World Affairs   |   Thu, 3 Nov 2016 12:47:56

Nissan's investment decision on post-Brexit UK had to be now, CEO says

Nissan couldn't wait to make its investment decision on its Sunderland plant until the end of Brexit negotiations.
CNBC   |   Thu, 3 Nov 2016 12:46:00

British High Court puts brakes on Brexit, rules Parliament must vote

The High Court in London ruled Thursday that the British government alone cannot start the process of leaving the European Union but requires the approval of Parliament, a landmark judgment that could delay Britain's exit. Three senior judges said Prime Minister Theresa May's government does not have the power itself ...
Japan Times   |   Thu, 3 Nov 2016 12:44:27

Brexiters, Baghdadi, Nutella

High Court ruling that UK government must give parliament a vote on EU divorce process boosts currency markets and pro-EU Britons
FT   |   Thu, 3 Nov 2016 12:42:10

Will the article 50 ruling stop Brexit? | The panel

The high court has spoken: only parliament can trigger article 50, and kickstart Britain's departure from the EU. But can that fate be avoided altogether? Continue reading...
Jonathan Freedland, Anand Menon, Dreda Say Mitchell, Schona Jolly, Tim Farron, David Lammy / Guardian   |   Thu, 3 Nov 2016 12:36:26

Benefits from the UK resetting relationship with Europe and abroad: Carney

The Bank of England Governor Mark Carney discusses the fate of the U.K. economy post-Brexit.
CNBC   |   Thu, 3 Nov 2016 12:36:00

The Latest: EU won't comment on Brexit court ruling

LONDON (AP) - The Latest on U.K. court decision on Brexit (all times local):
Associated Press   |   Thu, 3 Nov 2016 12:27:50

UPDATE 1-BoE drops rate cut signal after Brexit hit to sterling

LONDON, Nov 3- The Bank of England scrapped plans to cut interest rates and said they could move in either direction as it ramped up its forecasts for growth and inflation in 2017 following sterling's slide after the Brexit vote. The central bank, which has come under heavy political criticism ...
CNBC   |   Thu, 3 Nov 2016 12:25:00

Blimey! British Brexit Has a New Hurdle: Parliament Must Approve

© Luke MacGregor / Reuters By Griffe Witte,The Washington PostNovember 3, 2016 LONDON - A senior British court on Thursday dealt a severe blow to Prime Minister Theresa May's plans to begin the process of exiting the European Union early next year, ruling she must get Parliament's approval before she ...
jleo / Fiscal Times   |   Thu, 3 Nov 2016 12:21:58

Bank of England signals further rate cuts unlikely and lifts 2017 growth forecast

BoE holds interest rate at 0.25% and says future moves could go 'in either direction', depending on inflation and economy's performance The Bank of England has abandoned plans for further cuts to interest rates as it conceded the economy had stood up to the shock of June's Brexit vote without ...
Katie Allen / Guardian   |   Thu, 3 Nov 2016 12:16:55

Bank of England stages post-Brexit u-turn as it hikes growth forecast for 2017 and keep interest rates on hold

Ambrose Evans-Pritchard   |   Thu, 3 Nov 2016 12:09:13

UPDATE 1-Euro zone yields rise on Brexit ruling, U.S. hike prospect

* BoE report could signal future rate cuts in UK (Adds court verdict on Brexit, quotes, updates prices)
Reuters   |   Thu, 3 Nov 2016 12:08:38

After the High Court's Brexit decision, forget about activating Article 50 in March

This guest post is by Jolyon Maugham QC, a tax lawyer at Devereux Chambers who writes on tax policy and helped crowdfund the legal action to ensure parliament gets a vote on activating Article 50. Continue reading: After the High Court's Brexit decision, forget about activating Article 50 in March
FT Alphaville   |   Thu, 3 Nov 2016 12:07:27

BOE holds rates, boosts forecasts as post-Brexit economy strengthens

Quarterly forecasts predict less short-term impact from vote to leave EU but warn growth could be hurt over 'protracted period'
PAUL WALDIE / Globe and Mail   |   Thu, 3 Nov 2016 12:05:40

Pound Surges After U.K. Court's Brexit Ruling

The British pound surged after a court ruled that the U.K. government needs parliamentary approval to trigger the process of Britain's exit from the European Union.
WSJ   |   Thu, 3 Nov 2016 12:02:17

Boris makes 'Titanic' Brexit comment at awards ceremony

Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson prompts laugher by predicting a "Titanic success" of Brexit.
BBC   |   Thu, 3 Nov 2016 11:58:39

GLOBAL MARKETS-Brexit ruling tops Trump as tensions ease

* Egypt stocks, bonds surge as Cairo floats currency (Recasts and writes through)
Reuters   |   Thu, 3 Nov 2016 11:54:13

Shape of Brexit depends on parliamentary debate: Pro

Andrew Hood, senior director at Dechert, discusses the U.K. High Court's decision that parliament must vote on Brexit.
CNBC   |   Thu, 3 Nov 2016 11:49:00

Brexit will still mean Brexit after Article 50 ruling

MPs would be unwise to stymie result of June's referendum, writes Sebastian Payne
FT   |   Thu, 3 Nov 2016 11:47:30

After court ruling, Merkel ally says EU needs Brexit clarity by March

BERLIN, Nov 3 (Reuters) - The European Union needs clarity on Britain's intentions on leaving the bloc by March next year to avoid chaos hitting European elections in 2019, a senior member of German...
Reuters   |   Thu, 3 Nov 2016 11:42:09

UK's High Court rules: Gov't cannot trigger Brexit-Article 50 without parliamentary approval

The High Court in UK has ruled that the British Government does not have power to trigger Article 50 without parliamentary approval and a vote from MPs. The Lord Chief Justice has ruled that the government's arguments are "contrary to fundamental constitutional principles of the sovereignty of parliament". Adding: "The ...
Keep Talking Greece   |   Thu, 3 Nov 2016 11:41:48

The Latest: Farage: Don't delay Britain's exit from the EU

LONDON (AP) - The Latest on U.K. court decision on Brexit (all times local):
Associated Press   |   Thu, 3 Nov 2016 11:40:59

Will Require a Vote in Parliament, U.K. Court Rules

The High Court decision on negotiations over Britain’s withdrawal from the European Union seemed likely to slow — but not halt — the process.
STEPHEN CASTLE / NY Times   |   Thu, 3 Nov 2016 11:37:39

Sterling Spikes on UK Court Brexit Ruling

The pound briefly soared this morning after the UK High Court ruled that article 50 cannot be triggered without the backing of parliament. While the ruling may be reversed when appealed at the start of December, the decision does offer hope to that the triggering of article 50 will be ...
OANDA   |   Thu, 3 Nov 2016 11:25:53

Reuters News wrote a new post, British government loses court case on how to trigger Brexit: Reuters, on the site PE Hub

(Reuters) - England's High Court ruled on Thursday that the British government requires parliamentary approval to trigger the process of exiting the European Union, a major upset for Prime Minister Theresa May's [...]
peHUB   |   Thu, 3 Nov 2016 11:24:06

Brexit battle moves to parliament

MPs will seek to have their say on the government's negotiating strategy
FT   |   Thu, 3 Nov 2016 11:20:51

Brexit challenge 'is about all our futures'

Investment fund manager Gina Miller, who was one of a group who brought the Article 50 case to court, says the case was about "process not politics".
BBC   |   Thu, 3 Nov 2016 11:07:01

Pound rallies on Brexit ruling

UK High Court rules parliament must approve timetable for triggering Article 50 as BoE lifts growth forecast
FT   |   Thu, 3 Nov 2016 10:58:09

Historic Brexit high court ruling: what happens next?

Christopher Hope / Telegraph   |   Thu, 3 Nov 2016 10:54:23

The British Establishment Makes Its Move: British Court Deals Major Blow to Government's Brexit Plans

The British government must consult Parliament before proceeding with formal negotiations over its withdrawal from the European Union, the High Court ruled today. Now it gets very tricky. According to The New York Times, the decision could be appealed or referred to the European Court of Justice, an institution that ...
Economic Policy Journal   |   Thu, 3 Nov 2016 10:54:01

Q&A: Landmark decision on who has power to kick off Brexit

FT explains court ruling that government does not have power to trigger Article 50
FT   |   Thu, 3 Nov 2016 10:52:05

UK services sector hit by biggest one-month costs jump in 20 years

Sector grew at fastest rate since January last month, but faces rising inflationary pressures The UK services sector, encompassing shops, hotels, bars and banks, faced the biggest one-month jump in costs in 20 years in October in the latest sign that the sharp fall in the pound since the Brexit ...
Angela Monaghan / Guardian   |   Thu, 3 Nov 2016 10:51:36

High Court: U.K. lawmakers must vote on Brexit

Seeking Alpha / Seeking Alpha   |   Thu, 3 Nov 2016 10:50:39

Brexit Challenge: Court Rules U.K. Parliament Must Vote On Leaving E.U.

LONDON, Nov 3 (Reuters) - England's High Court ruled on Thursday that the British government requires parliamentary approval to trigger the process of exiting the European Union, a major upset for Prime Minister Theresa May's plans for Brexit. Sterling rose on the news, with many investors taking the view that ...
Huffington Post   |   Thu, 3 Nov 2016 10:41:55

UK: Brexit cannot pass without parliament approval

High Court says government cannot implement country's exit from European Union without legislative agreement.
Al Jazeera   |   Thu, 3 Nov 2016 10:36:41

Court delivers blow to UK's Brexit plans

Government to appeal landmark ruling that parliament must be given vote on EU divorce process
FT   |   Thu, 3 Nov 2016 10:33:32

UK Brexit ruling: Judge rules that UK parliament must approve Article 50

The much-awaited Brexit court ruling it out, revealing that the Government has lost the Article 50 judicial review in the Divisional Court. Key Headl
Dhwani Mehta / FX Street   |   Thu, 3 Nov 2016 10:32:13

OK MPs, you vote, we'll be outside with the hempen

Metaphorically, of course: Government is DEFEATED in High Court over Brexit as judges rule MPs MUST be given vote on starting EU exit They do still have lampposts on Westminster Bridge, yes? Only metaphorically, of course. read more
Tim Worstall   |   Thu, 3 Nov 2016 10:31:41

U.K. Lawmakers Must Vote on Brexit, High Court Rules

A U.K. court ruled that the government can't trigger negotiations to leave the European Union without a vote from Parliament, dealing a blow to Prime Minister Theresa May's plans.
WSJ   |   Thu, 3 Nov 2016 10:30:33

RSA insurance gets profits boost from pound's slide

Group best known for its More Than brand generates 70% of its business outside the UK Insurer RSA, best known for its More Than brand, is set to enjoy a profit boost from the pound's slide since the Brexit vote, while its pension fund has taken a hit. RSA generates ...
Julia Kollewe / Guardian   |   Thu, 3 Nov 2016 10:24:16

UK Court: Goverment Can't Trigger EU Exit Without Parliament Approval

LONDON (AP) - In a major blow for Britain's government, the High Court says the prime minister can't trigger the U.K.'s exit from the European Union without approval from Parliament. Read More
TPM   |   Thu, 3 Nov 2016 10:20:28

Pound Surges After UK Government Loses Article 50 Lawsuit; Brexit Needs Parliamentary Approval High Court Rules

Moments ago, in a much anticipated decision, the UK High Court opined on the UK's Brexit decision, and in a surprising loss for the government, it said that the Brexit question is purely legal and ruled against the government, stating that the the Article 50 trigger required Parliamentary approval. The ...
Zero Hedge   |   Thu, 3 Nov 2016 10:16:17

Blow to Brexit as British High Court rules that parliament vote needed to trigger EU exit

In a major blow for Britain's government, the High Court said the prime minister can't trigger the UK's exit from the European Union without approval from parliament. The court granted the government permission to appeal against the ruling and a government lawyer said the Supreme Court had set aside December ...
Associated Press / South China Morning Post   |   Thu, 3 Nov 2016 10:15:00

Court ruling throws Brexit process into doubt

Judges have ruled that the U.K. parliament must be given a vote on the government's plan to begin the formal process of leaving the European Union.
CNN   |   Thu, 3 Nov 2016 10:14:41

UK court rules parliament must be given vote before EU split

CNN   |   Thu, 3 Nov 2016 10:14:27

UK government needs parliamentary vote on Article 50, High Court rules

Victory for anti-Brexit campaigners and blow to Theresa May
FT   |   Thu, 3 Nov 2016 10:12:09

Brexit court defeat provides markets with 'good uncertainty' - analyst

The High Court has ruled that parliament must vote on whether the UK can start the process of leaving the EU. The implications of that mean the government can't trigger Article 50 on its own. An appeal's now been lodged with a further hearing expected next month. Kathleen Brooks from ...
Proactive Investors   |   Thu, 3 Nov 2016 10:12:00

Must Face a Parliamentary Vote, U.K. Court Rules

The High Court ruling on negotiations over Britain’s withdrawal from the European Union could aggravate political uncertainty.
STEPHEN CASTLE / NY Times   |   Thu, 3 Nov 2016 10:11:09

OFFICIAL: MPS WILL BE ABLE TO BLOCK BREXIT WITH AN ARTICLE 50 VOTE

The High Court just ruled that Prime Minister Theresa May MUST get parliamentary approval before invoking Article 50. Shortly after 10:00 a.m. (GMT), three of the country's most senior judges, including Lord Chief Justice John Thomas, ruled that May is legally required to to pass an act of parliament before ...
Business Insider   |   Thu, 3 Nov 2016 10:09:00

Bank of England's Super Thursday and Brexit court ruling - Live

Busy day for markets with latest UK inflation report due at noon
FT   |   Thu, 3 Nov 2016 09:59:24

SUPER THURSDAY: Here's what to expect from the Bank of England

It's Super Thursday. At 12.00 p.m. GMT (8.00 a.m. ET) the Bank of England will announce its latest interest rate decisions, and crucially, present its quarterly Inflation Report - the three-monthly update of its forecasts for the British economy. The report comes just three days after Governor Mark Carney announced ...
Business Insider   |   Thu, 3 Nov 2016 09:24:27

How Spain's food industry is under threat after the Brexit vote

New study finds that Britain's decision to leave the EU could particularly affect the export of Spanish fruit and vegetables
Javier Salvatierra / EL PAÍS   |   Thu, 3 Nov 2016 09:22:35

Spanish Congress snubs foreign minister's plans for Gibraltar

New motion asks the government to avoid "unilateral action" on the disputed British Overseas Territory after Brexit vote
Miguel González / EL PAÍS   |   Thu, 3 Nov 2016 09:21:55

Pound smashes $1.23 ahead of Brexit High Court verdict and Bank of England's 'Super Thursday'

Telegraph   |   Thu, 3 Nov 2016 08:45:50

Donald Trump is pushing the pound higher for a second day

The pound is on a rare run of success, enjoying a second consecutive day of gains against the US dollar on Thursday. Once again, the pound's relative strength is being driven by weakness in the dollar that itself is being caused by growing concerns in the markets about a Donald ...
Business Insider   |   Thu, 3 Nov 2016 08:35:57

High Court to rule on Brexit legal challenge

Seeking Alpha / Seeking Alpha   |   Thu, 3 Nov 2016 08:19:32

UK Can Change Mind After Article 50 is Triggered

Britain could still change its mind about Brexit after triggering its formal divorce talks with the European Union, the man who drafted Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty told the BBC. Prime Minister Theresa May has said she will invoke Article 50 by the end of March, kicking off two ...
OANDA   |   Thu, 3 Nov 2016 08:15:40

Court to Rule on Parliamentary Vote on Article 50

Prime Minister Theresa May will learn on Thursday whether she must seek parliamentary approval before triggering the formal process of leaving the European Union, a step some investors hope will lessen the chances of an economically disruptive "hard Brexit". London's High Court will hand down its judgement on whether May ...
OANDA   |   Thu, 3 Nov 2016 08:12:30

High Court to rule on Brexit legal battle and Theresa May's decision to use the royal prerogative

Laura Hughes / Telegraph   |   Thu, 3 Nov 2016 08:10:26

Bank of England may raise growth and inflation forecasts following Brexit vote - business live

UK central bank will publish its latest forecasts for economic growth and inflation at noon today, as it meets to set interest rates Introduction: Bank may raise growth and inflation forecasts today Interest rates expected to stay on hold 8.06am GMT Sterling is rising in early trading, as investors await ...
Graeme Wearden / Guardian   |   Thu, 3 Nov 2016 08:06:01

Brexit Legal Challenge Set for Court Ruling

The English court deciding on the main legal challenge to Brexit is set to rule Thursday, delivering a verdict that has the potential to stymie U.K. government plans to leave the European Union.
WSJ   |   Thu, 3 Nov 2016 07:54:50

UPDATE 1-Britain could still change its mind over EU divorce, says man who drafted Article 50

LONDON, Nov 3 (Reuters) - Britain could still change its mind about Brexit after triggering its formal divorce talks with the European Union, the man who drafted Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty told...
Reuters   |   Thu, 3 Nov 2016 07:49:58

Tory MP calls for BBC 1 to mark Brexit with national anthem at the end of each day

Laura Hughes / Telegraph   |   Thu, 3 Nov 2016 07:42:46

Britain could still change its mind over EU divorce, says man who drafted Article 50

Britain could still change its mind about Brexit after triggering its formal divorce talks with the European Union, the man who drafted Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty told the BBC. Prime Minister Theresa May has said she will invoke Article 50 by the end of March, kicking off two ...
Reuters / South China Morning Post   |   Thu, 3 Nov 2016 07:33:25

Article 50 author Lord Kerr says Brexit not inevitable - BBC News

Speaking in an interview with BBC news, Lord Kerr of Kinlochard, who wrote Article 50, noted that the UK could choose to stay in the EU even after Bre
Dhwani Mehta / FX Street   |   Thu, 3 Nov 2016 07:27:43

BoE Super Thursday Briefly Steals the Spotlight

Investors will momentarily have their attention diverted away from the circus that is the US Presidential election, today, as Super Thursday in the UK shifts the focus back onto Brexit and the central banks response to it. The Bank of England has already responded quickly and effectively to the vote, ...
OANDA   |   Thu, 3 Nov 2016 07:13:15

Britain could still change its mind over EU divorce, man who drafted Article 50 says

LONDON, Nov 3 (Reuters) - Britain could still change its mind about Brexit after triggering its formal divorce talks with the European Union, the man who drafted Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty told...
Reuters   |   Thu, 3 Nov 2016 07:04:56

Who said it: Pub Landlord Al Murray, or JD Wetherspoon founder Tim Martin?

Ale, Brexit and philosophical musings: time to sort the wheat from the hops. Try our quiz One sports a magnificent glossy mullet that wouldn't look out of place on a golden retriever, while the other is as bald as a coot. Other than that, JD Wetherspoon founder-chairman Tim Martin and ...
Rob Davies / Guardian   |   Thu, 3 Nov 2016 07:00:42

FirstFT: Obama's cry to arms, Brexit bitterness on display and why the US government wants to know how you eat Nutella

Obama is taking to the airwaves and campaign rallies to remind voters what is at stake Continue reading: FirstFT: Obama's cry to arms, Brexit bitterness on display and why the US government wants to know how you eat Nutella
FT Alphaville   |   Thu, 3 Nov 2016 07:00:19

Swiss offer tough Brexit lessons for Britain's banks

*UK banks could face similar challenges to Swiss lenders. *They have moved thousands of staff out of Switzerland. The travails of Switzerland exemplify the tough and frustrating battle that could be ahead for Britain to prolong banks' ability to serve the entire EU from London- commonly referred to as passporting ...
CNBC   |   Thu, 3 Nov 2016 07:00:00

U.K. High Court rules MPs must approve Brexit trigger

The United Kingdom voted to leave the EU at a referendum in June.
USA Today   |   Thu, 3 Nov 2016 06:20:32

Obama's cry to arms, Brexit bitterness on display and why the US government wants to know how you eat Nutella

Obama is taking to the airwaves and campaign rallies to remind voters what is at stake
FT   |   Thu, 3 Nov 2016 05:17:02

Brexit poll lesson for Trump vs. Clinton?

Just when it looked like Hillary Clinton was going to make it through October without a nasty surprise, the FBI revealed it was reviving its investigation into her use of a private email server -- and suddenly her healthy lead in the polls began to wobble.
CNN   |   Thu, 3 Nov 2016 05:13:42

'Super Thursday' - what investors need to know

Quarterly inflation report will review thinking on Brexit Britain's economy
FT   |   Thu, 3 Nov 2016 04:01:19

Brexit bitterness on show as May spars with rivals

'Boris, the dog was put down when its master decided it wasn't needed any more'
FT   |   Thu, 3 Nov 2016 03:43:19

Brexit: High court judges to give their verdict at 10.00 GMT

As per the BBC report, the High Court is to rule on whether the government can begin the formal process of leaving the European Union without consulti
Omkar Godbole / FX Street   |   Thu, 3 Nov 2016 02:13:16

Brexit: High Court judges to give legal verdict

The High Court will give its verdict in the historic legal challenge to the government over Brexit.
BBC   |   Thu, 3 Nov 2016 00:49:10

Article 50 author Lord Kerr says Brexit not inevitable

The Scottish cross-bench peer who wrote Article 50 believes the UK could remain in the EU even after exit negotiations are triggered.
BBC   |   Thu, 3 Nov 2016 00:06:23

Germany benefits as property investors frown on UK

London loses top spot for first time in four years after June's Brexit vote
FT   |   Thu, 3 Nov 2016 00:02:44

Prevent Brexit or face political fallout, German economists warn EU

German independent council of economic advisers urges 'constructive negotiations', claiming best outcome of divorce talks would be to stop Brexit Germany's leading economists have urged the EU and Germany to try to halt Brexit or at least contain its fallout, saying the best outcome of the divorce talks would be ...
Jon Henley European affairs correspondent / Guardian   |   Wed, 2 Nov 2016 20:24:45

City should welcome Brexit, says report

UK could 'rethink regulatory framework', argues research paper
FT   |   Wed, 2 Nov 2016 19:46:19

Q&A: Landmark decision on who has power to kick off Brexit

FT explains expected High Court ruling on whether Theresa May can trigger Article 50
FT   |   Wed, 2 Nov 2016 19:06:41

Sudden prospect of Trump victory sends shiver through markets

Investors flock to gold as global financial markets panic in reaction to poll predicting win for Republican presidential candidate Investors flocked into the haven of gold on Wednesday amid jitters in the global financial markets prompted by fears that Donald Trump could pull off a shock Brexit-style victory in the ...
Larry Elliott Economics editor / Guardian   |   Wed, 2 Nov 2016 18:59:39

Fed leaves US rates unchanged, as shares slide on election fears - as it happened

FTSE 100 hits one month low as sterling strengthens following polling data putting Donald Trump narrowly ahead of Hillary Clinton Fed keeps US rates on hold but hints at December hike Oil slides as US crude stocks surge Sterling jumps but FTSE 100 down Moody's warns of Brexit downgrade risks ...
until 2.40 / Guardian   |   Wed, 2 Nov 2016 18:29:58

Hard Brexit would mean patients waiting years for new drugs - report

Benefits of shared trials, approval process, clinical funding and expertise will be lost, says thinktank headed by Stephen Dorrell A hard Brexit would lead to the loss of scientific funding for the UK drug industry and would mean patients waiting much longer for life-changing medicines, a thinktank has warned. The ...
Julia Kollewe / Guardian   |   Wed, 2 Nov 2016 17:56:24

The Brief from Brussels: Brexit triggers and jitters

Should the British government or the parliament be responsible for triggering Brexit?
euronews   |   Wed, 2 Nov 2016 17:50:16

Nick Clegg Gets The Effect Of Brexit On Food Entirely Wrong. Again

Nick Clegg was the Leader of the Liberal Democrats. As such he was also Deputy Prime Minister in the Coalition with the Conservatives. And as such we would rather hope that he knew what he was talking about concerning trade and Brexit. This has not turned out to be the ...
Tim Worstall, Contributor / Forbes   |   Wed, 2 Nov 2016 17:39:00

Foreign shoppers to fuel pre-Christmas sales boom in central London

Consumers from China, US and Middle East help West End retailers shrug off Brexit jitters and slump in British spending Retailers in the West End of London are expecting a 1.6% rise in takings to £2.34bn in the six weeks to Christmas, as a surge in foreign shoppers helps offset ...
Sarah Butler / Guardian   |   Wed, 2 Nov 2016 17:33:16

Spread closes 4 down on 153

Rome, November 2 - The spread between Italian and German 10-year bonds, a gauge of Italy's borrowing costs and investor confidence, closed four points down on 153 points Wednesday compared to 157 at Tuesday's close. But it had risen as high as 162, a new post-Brexit high, earlier in the ...
Gazzetta Del Sud   |   Wed, 2 Nov 2016 17:12:00

Reality Check: Your questions answered

The BBC's Europe correspondent Kevin Connolly and assistant political editor Norman Smith, answer your questions about Brexit.
BBC   |   Wed, 2 Nov 2016 16:45:04

WSJ City's Brexit Briefing: Moody's Warns on UK Rating, S&P Says Sterling Oversold, Persimmon Plans Brick Factory

Good afternoon from London. Here's essential reading for the City on today's Brexit developments. MUST READS FROM WSJ CITY Moody's could slash the UK's top-notch credit rating in a hard Brexit scenario. The agency said in a note that a loss of access to the single market could "materially weaken ...
MoneyBeat   |   Wed, 2 Nov 2016 16:43:04

Kenny warns of damage from Brexit antagonism

Irish premier calls on EU not to 'lose the plot' in Britain's exit talks
FT   |   Wed, 2 Nov 2016 16:18:19

Germany should intervene to prevent Brexit or 'minimise damage', country's economic advisory body says

Justin Huggler / Telegraph   |   Wed, 2 Nov 2016 16:07:21

Russia investment banking: VTB Capital faces down the doubters

Russia's leading investment bank has seen its fortunes fluctuate over the past two years. Alexei Yakovitsky, VTB Capital's chief executive, talks to Euromoney about Brexit, Africa and state ownership and explains why sanctions have proved more of a blessing than a curse.
Euromoney   |   Wed, 2 Nov 2016 15:15:00

Ireland prepares for 'biggest challenge' in 50 years' - Brexit

Irish businesses have started preparing for the "biggest" challenge their economy has faced in half a century.
CNBC   |   Wed, 2 Nov 2016 15:11:00

UK court to rule on Article 50 case on Thursday

Closely-watched case could lead to parliament voting on Brexit
FT   |   Wed, 2 Nov 2016 12:57:10