Brexit vote a disaster for City and business

Vote to leave the EU will bring extended market volatility

Week in Review

Week in Review, June 25

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Insurance sector hit hard by Brexit vote

Concerns over impact on Lloyd’s, London’s insurance market

City commuters make their way over London Bridge on Friday morning.

City struggles through nightmarish day

Banks plan to move staff to other European cities

Bank shares slammed by Brexit blow

UK lenders among hardest hit after referendum result

Dealmakers warn of chaos with UK tie-ups

Acquisitions will be harder to complete, but targets look cheap

Investors flee retail stocks

Shares in high street operators fall after vote to leave EU

Legal experts answer big Brexit questions

Challenges that the UK faces following decision to leave the EU

UK banks suffer big share falls after Brexit

Exit may force relocation of operations to the European continent

Brexit leaves London tech ‘shell shocked’

Investors and founders in London process decision to quit EU

Solid benefits in a diverse workforce

Companies benefit when employees are more like their customers

Travel groups brace for booking decline

Vote to leave and sterling weakness combine with terrorist attacks to darken short-term horizon

UK banks: ouch

Lenders are in good shape but lower margins will hurt

IAG warns on profits as airline shares hit

Owner of BA, Iberia and Vueling says it no longer expects a profit increase in line with 2015

Airbus seeks to reassure on its UK arm

Brexit vote highlights risk group could move British operations

Brokers hard-pressed as markets seize after Brexit vote

Hargreaves Lansdown blames volume of trades

What next for businesses after Brexit

Companies will put contingency plans into action — or scramble to make them

Formula E to race electric cars in NYC

Authorities agree to set up a circuit against Manhattan skyline

Spiralling costs stall London housing projects

Developers say schemes have become unviable and seek to renegotiate

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