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The Bank of England and responding to Brexit – between a rock and a hard place?

News / International Affairs : Open Europe

Open Europe's Jayson Probin and Raoul Ruparel investigate how the Bank of England might respond to the short term shock of a Brexit vote. Such an outcome would likely leave the Benk of England stuck between a rock and a hard place -...

Understanding regulatory equivalence – an effective fall-back option for UK financial services after Brexit?

News / International Affairs : Open Europe

Regulatory ‘equivalence’ with the EU is often cited as the main fall-back option for UK financial services after Brexit. Open Europe’s Vincenzo Scarpetta explains what equivalence is, what it does (or does not) cover, and how it wor...

Brexit - Winners & Losers

Business & Finance : Zero Hedge

Submitted by Michael Shedlock via MishTalk.com, UK prime minister Theresa May hopes the EU will come to its senses and negotiate a fair Brexit settlement. Unfortunately, current rhetoric suggests a “hard brexit” is the most likely s...

Brexit is in Football Manager 17

Entertainment / Video Games : Eurogamer

Brexit is in Football Manager 17. Developer Sports Interactive has built a Brexit simulator in this year's game that models the consequences of the UK leaving Europe, Miles Jacobson told The Daily Telegraph. Because it's currently u...

Nick Clegg is flat out wrong about food prices and Brexit

News / International Affairs : The Adam Smith Institute Blog

Nick Clegg has been doing the rounds insisting that a hard or clean Brexit will lead to a rise in British food prices. Nick Clegg is wrong, entirely so. The claim is: He said: "A hard Brexit will lead us off a cliff edge towards hig...

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