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British Vote Leave strategist Daniel Hannan is this week’s guest on Conflict Zone, discussing whether the Brexit campaign misled voters, as some claim, and what he thinks future holds for post-Brexit UK.
Investors are now paying to own German bonds, as they flock towards safe havens amid Brexit fears and turbulent stock markets. The ECB’s quantitative easing program further pushes down interest rates on sovereign debt.
Sunderland in north-eastern England has become the poster child for the post-industrial, working class anger that drove the Brexit vote, as Peter Geoghegan reports.
The UK has tried hard to strengthen its already robust economic relationship with Chinese politicians and businessmen. But many now question Britain’s future as an investment destination – and a gateway to the EU.
Tradition holds that in 1690 fires were lit along the coast to help King William of Orange navigate safely to Belfast. Those conflagrations are still commemorated today. Peter Geoghegan reports from Belfast.
The agreement between Egypt and the EU triggered a gradual customs reduction on European cars in 2009, which will continue until 2019, at which time European cars will be completely exempt from custom fees.
Order backlogs, Brexit concerns, slowing demand in Asia – pressure on the aircraft industry is mounting. And yet the two biggest players came out with big deals and high hopes at the sector’s key trade show.
Egypt had 29.8% of the total Arab remittances from Britain, says Fattouh
A plan to topple Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn appears set to plunge the party into a political civil war after UK voters opted for Brexit. Recriminations have mounted amid warnings that the party’s existence is at stake.
The Egyptian real estate market will not be affected by Brexit in the short term, says Badr El-Din
Paris is looking to welcome bankers and investors as London’s role as a global finance hub comes under question after the Brexit vote. PM Manuel Valls has outlined the offer.
In quick succession, three funds have called a halt to an outpour of capital, joining three others. The UK’s long-booming real estate market has become a leading source of worry for its financial system post-Brexit.
On the eve of the bi-annual NATO Summit, Estonia’s Prime Minister Taavi Roivas talks Brexit, European unity and security. Can NATO’s eastern states defend themselves against Russia?
British writer Sharon Dodua Otoo just won the prestigious Bachmann Prize for a story she’d “accidentally” written in German. DW spoke with her about Brexit, xenophobia and life as a Black person in Berlin.
British pound has plummeted to new depths as uncertainty over the economic impact of the UK’s pro-Brexit vote keeps worrying markets. Stock in Asia plunged again amid fears of long-term instability.
Ireland and the UK have not always been happy neighbors. Relations improved in the wake of the Good Friday peace accords, but as Gavan Reilly reports from Dublin, that could change following the UK’s Brexit.
The once-proud Deutsche Bank is now threatening the global financial system. Things keep getting worse and worse, though Brexit offers a tiny glimmer of hope, writes DW’s Henrik Böhme.
A founder of the main euroskeptic party in the UK and a major force behind the Brexit referendum has said he’s quitting UKIP. Nigel Farage had left UKIP last year but returned to help lead its pro-Brexit campaign
Britain’s finance minister has announced plans to drastically reduce corporate tax in the nation, still reeling from the pro-Brexit vote. The measure is aimed at tempting businesses to stay in the country.
History may not repeat itself very often, but when parallels are witnessed, the effects can be major and gruesome. These are tough times for many. There is the ubiquitous occurrence of major terrorism, bringing insecurity to aeroplanes and airports, train stations, entertainment clubs, and schools. There is a growing wealth concentration for a …
French presidential hopefuls are falling over each other in their post-Brexit assessments and how they could use the referendum to their benefit in next year’s elections. Elizabeth Bryant reports from Paris.
Following Britain’s vote to leave the EU there has been a sharp rise in hate crimes in the UK.
The German government has said Europe’s powerhouse will not move away from its budgetary policy of zero fresh borrowing, Brexit or not. It’s Berlin’s way of sending a “signal of continuity,” but not everyone is amused.
It’s been quite a post-Brexit week for Scotland. First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has been pushing the pro-EU case at home and in Brussels, but there remains a long way to go, as Peter Geoghegan reports from Glasgow.
It is still unclear how the UK will split from the European Union. But the Brexit vote is already a setback for advocates of free trade. This could affect millions of people in the world’s poorest countries, say experts.
After voting for Brexit, the UK has to negotiate its trade relations with the EU and other countries. In this context, the so-called ‘Norwegian model’ has emerged as a favorable option, but what does it actually mean?
Slovakia takes over the EU presidency on July 1. The problem? Eastern Europe doesn’t want any more refugees, but an EU-wide solution to the crisis is not in sight. And a Brexit won’t make life any easier either.
The FocusEconomics consensus expects the UK economy to grow 0.3% in 2017
United Overseas Bank (UOB) has suspended loans to anyone wanting to buy property in London. Singapore’s third largest lender says uncertainty from Britain’s vote to leave the EU should make investors cautious.
Germany’s Vice Chancellor Sigmar Gabriel is embarking on a three-day trip to Greece, where he is expected to focus on intensifying bilateral trade and investment partnership amid the fallout from Brexit.