M&A hit by Brexit and Trump uncertainty

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Colombia gets it right with its referendum

Two plebiscites — one a divorce, one a marriage

Negative-yield debt up $1.3tn to $11.7tn

Investors expect central banks to boost stimulus measures

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Banking sector shares boosted by dividend and buyback fillip

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‘Three amigos’ reinforce N America vision

Heads of US, Mexico and Canada eye greater trade co-operation

Stocks steadier as Brexit fears fade

Pound calmer and bond yields nudge higher

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Amazon eyes far horizons for drone launch

US rules lead to company carrying out testing overseas to get scheme off the ground

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Conversation starters: Comments from our readers

"Currently MPs from both the main parties are fighting internal battles just when the country as a whole by a small margin has decided to leave the EU and the whole fragile edifice of civilisation is at risk.It was never going to be pretty, I just didn't think that they would descend into mayhem quite so quickly."
By Kane Clements on Five failures of leadership and one hollow Brexit success



"I enjoyed Icelandic sagas as a boy, and look forward to the embroidered telling of the latest (but truer) one in which their heroes took on the mighty Trolls from the south and defeated them in just over 90 minutes! Seriously, what a week for European Exits; will be cheering on the Welsh and the Icelanders in the quarters! "
By Don Mackinlay on Icelanders have long lived on dreams


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