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Finance Minister Grant Robertson plays down the impact of a no-deal Brexit on New Zealand

New Zealand Herald Thursday, 14 March 2019 ()
Finance Minister Grant Robertson plays down the impact of a no-deal Brexit on New ZealandSenior ministers are playing down the negative impacts of a no-deal Brexit on New Zealanders, after more drama over Britain's divorce from the EU unfolded earlier today. Although British MPs this morning narrowly voted against leaving...
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News video: European Shares Move Higher In Anticipation Of A No-deal Brexit Vote

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According to Reuters, European shares ticked up on Wednesday, shrugging off mounting concerns over world growth amid optimism that British lawmakers were set to rule out a no-deal Brexit - hopes that also helped the British pound rally by half a percentage point. Britain’s parliament is due to vote...

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