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The Russian ruble is stronger

the russian ruble is stronger
The *Russian ruble* is stronger. The petro-currency is up by 1.2% at 57.7349 per dollar as of 8:02 a.m. ET. Meanwhile, Brent crude oil, the international benchmark, is up by 1.1% at $56.91 per..
Business Insider

Theresa May’s Nasty Party dons Ukip’s Brexit clothes at a heavy price

Chris Johns: The UK is fast becoming a one-party state, albeit one with a set of policies that have never been formally approved by the electorate
Irish Times

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News video: BlackRock's Harrison Says U.K. Meets Article 50 Timeline

BlackRock's Harrison Says U.K. Meets Article 50 Timeline 04:27

Feb.27 -- Rupert Harrison, chief macro strategist at BlackRock International, talks about the U.K. government's ability to meet its timeframe for triggering Article 50 and looks at the threat of a..
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News video: UBS' Baweja Says Brexit Isn't Going to Be Easy for U.K.

UBS' Baweja Says Brexit Isn't Going to Be Easy for U.K. 02:36

Feb.27 -- Bhanu Baweja, global head of emerging markets cross asset strategy at UBS, discusses U.K. growth following the trigger of Article 50 and what Theresa May can do to bolster confidence. He..
Source: Bloomberg Global Business -

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Amber Rudd says that freedom of movement as we know it will end after Prime Minister Theresa May triggers Article 50 to leave the European Union. Rudd was speaking on ITV's Peston on Sunday programme.
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News video: Labour’s Corbyn rebuffs calls to resign after Copeland election loss

Labour’s Corbyn rebuffs calls to resign after Copeland election loss 01:15

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has rebuffed calls to quit after losing a key by-election to the Conservatives. He said that he was not to blame for the defeat in Copeland. According to Corbyn, Labour’s..
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News video: PSA Peugeot Citroen boss reassures over future of Vauxhall plants

PSA Peugeot Citroen boss reassures over future of Vauxhall plants 00:49

PSA Peugeot Citroen’s top boss has played down the threat to General Motor’s Vauxhall factories in Britain if the French carmaker takes over GM’s Europe operations – that is Opel and Vauxhall...
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Theresa May adviser 'regrets' saying benefits should 'only go to really disabled people' and not people with anxiety

Conservative MP George Freeman said he had not meant to cause offence
Independent

British PM May sees settling EU citizens rights a priority in Brexit talks

British Prime Minister Theresa May wants to settle the question of the rights of EU citizens living in Britain as a priority in talks to leave the European Union, but has not set a timetable for her..
DNA Also reported by •Reuters India

10 things you need to know before the opening bell (AAPL)

10 things you need to know before the opening bell (aapl)
Here is what you need to know: **Warren Buffett says stocks are cheap when measured against current interest rates.* *He told CNBC he raised his stake in Apple this year to about 133 million..
Business Insider

UK government spokesman: Scotland should not hold new independence referendum

The threat of a new Scottish independence referendum is creating unnecessary uncertainty and division, a British government spokesman said on Monday, reiterating Prime Minister Theresa May's view that..
DNA

European Stocks Mixed In Mid-day Trading

European stocks erased early gains to turn mostly lower in the mid-day session on Monday as a planned merger between the London Stock Exchange and Deutsche Bourse hit a roadblock. Brexit worries also..
RTTNews

Global Stocks Drop, Futures Flat; French Yields Slide As Political Jitters Subside

global stocks drop, futures flat; french yields slide as political jitters subside
In a quiet night for markets, in which the top highlight was the Oscar's historic peddling of best picture "fake news" and where "millions" of Academy members seemingly voted illegally, European stocks..
Zero Hedge

Peugeot has unveiled its new Instinct concept - and it's driverless

peugeot has unveiled its new instinct concept - and it's driverless
Peugeot has provided insight into its driverless ambitions with the unveiling of its Instinct concept. It's a shooting brake style which provides the option of "fully autonomous driving". The car..
City A.M.

LSE-Deutsche Boerse merger thrown into chaos: Reactions from City analysts

lse-deutsche boerse merger thrown into chaos: reactions from city analysts
Last night's announcement that the mega-merger between the London Stock Exchange (LSE) and Deutsche Boerse may have been derailed entirely by competition concerns in Europe has left the City..
City A.M.

FTSE 100 Steady As Pound Hits Two-week Low

BRUSSELS/FRANKFURT/PARIS (dpa-AFX) - U.K. shares held steady on Monday, as the pound dropped against its major rivals in the wake of reports that U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May's team is preparin...
FinanzNachrichten.de Also reported by •RTTNews

NquiringMinds secures AI and IOT contracts in Agritech, Healthcare, Manufacturing, Social Care, Finance and Smart Cities

Monday 27 February, 2017In the past few month NquiringMinds have secured a broad portfolio of contracts all based on their AI (Artificial Intelligence) Analytics and Secure IOT platforms. These..
Pressat

FACTBOX-Timeline for British government's Brexit legislation

British parliament's upper house, the House of Lords, will on Monday try to force concessions from the government over its Brexit plan in a debate on the legislation giving Prime Minister Theresa May..
DNA

Cherry-picking worked for Theresa May in the Home Office, but it won't save her Brexit plan


Telegraph.co.uk

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