Deal or delay? Wall Street doesn't believe no-deal Brexit threat
Friday, 15 February 2019 As the United Kingdom's Brexit crisis deepens, Goldman Sachs and JPMorgan have differing views of the ultimate outcome but the two titans of Wall Street agree on one thing: They don't believe there will be a no-deal Brexit.
The Brexit Secretary has played down a report that Theresa May could force MPs to choose between backing her deal or accepting a delay to EU withdrawal. ITV News said chief UK negotiator Olly Robbins was overheard in a Brussels bar saying the EU was likely to allow an extension to the Brexit process....
According to Reuters, Prime Minister Theresa May’s government was scrambling on Sunday to get support in parliament for her Brexit deal, aiming to persuade doubters with threats and promises to avoid..
According to a report by Reuters, Nigel Farage joined protesters at the start of a 270 mile march over what they call a betrayal of the Brexit vote. The protest comes after another tumultuous week for..
British Prime Minister Theresa May is being pushed against the wall regarding her Brexit procedures. An EU executive announced Britain will be required to justify any request to postpone Brexit beyond..
In the latest in a marathon of votes this week, Britain's parliament has voted to seek a delay to Brexit. That doesn't mean it's all off -- Prime Minister Theresa May is still pushing her reviled deal,..
A gauge of global equity markets traded little changed on Thursday as European shares rose ahead of new voting that backed a Brexit delay and bolstered the... Reuters Also reported by •Firstpost •FXstreet.com
Asian stock markets, led by Japan, are mostly lower on Wednesday following the mixed cues overnight from Wall Street and amid fresh uncertainties over Brexit... RTTNews Also reported by •SeattlePI.com •Seattle Times •Newsday