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      The Visegrad four: Brussels’ eastern critics

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    1. 10 hours ago

      Warsaw joins charm offensive to woo London bankers

      Poland has become the latest European country to woo some of Britain’s biggest banks in the wake of the Brexit vote...

    2. 10 hours ago

      US tech warns Netherlands over tax regime

      A body representing 80 of the biggest US technology companies has warned the Netherlands that it risks job losses and...

    3. 11 hours ago

      Barroso’s Goldman job runs into petition protest

      A petition against the appointment by Goldman Sachs of former European Commission president José Manuel Barroso has...

    4. 11 hours ago

      European group offers post-Brexit plan for UK

      Britain should continue paying into the EU budget as part of a post-Brexit deal that would allow it to maintain access...

    5. 11 hours ago

      Apple faces multibillion tax bill in EU ruling

      Apple will on Tuesday be hit with Europe’s largest tax penalty after Brussels ruled that the company received illegal...

    6. FT Alphaville

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      We read tons of hedge fund letters so you didn't have to - here's what they said about Brexit

      Brexit was one of the biggest events of 2016, and has naturally triggered a fair bit of contemplation in the hedge fund...

    7. 14 hours ago

      London and New York must cement their bond after Brexit

      More than 70 years ago, Winston Churchill coined the phrase “special relationship” to describe the bond between Britain...

    8. 15 hours ago

      Angela Merkel is indispensable but insufficient

      There was something distinctly presidential about Angela Merkel’s European travels last week. The German chancellor met...

    9. 15 hours ago

      Deposit guarantees are an anti-competitive, costly anachronism

      Among the litany of EU absurdities that Brexiters and Eurosceptics have long liked to trumpet, some are apocryphal —...

    10. Brussels Blog

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      Europe's Hydra: a continent still in crisis

      To receive the Brussels Briefing every morning, sign up here. Welcome back! For a few happy weeks, officials were able...

    11. August 29, 2016

      Small businesses explain impact of Brexit vote

      Two months after the UK voted to leave the EU the impact is beginning to be felt by small and medium sized businesses....

    12. August 28, 2016

      Remainers fighting the wrong battle will harden Brexit

      Those who campaigned for the UK to stay in the EU are shaping up to be two-time losers. They lost the referendum vote...

    13. August 28, 2016

      Tensions rise between Greeks and refugees

      The mutilated rabbit on the doorstep was the latest warning. A fortnight of menacing incidents, including a...

    14. August 28, 2016

      Week Ahead Economics Diary: Eurozone growth likely to have held up

      The UK’s vote to leave the EU does not appear to have had immediate negative effects for the eurozone economies,...

    15. August 26, 2016

      ‘Yes Minister’ remains an unrivalled guide to British politics

      Classrooms are the wrong place to learn about British politics. Teachers try to instil the idea that the UK is run by...

    16. August 26, 2016

      Brexit business tracker: jobs, profits and investment watch

      See how Britain’s vote to leave the EU has affected companies from Savill’s to HSBC. Which have announced job cuts and...

    17. Fast FT

      August 26, 2016

      UBS Wealth looks on 'bright side of Brexit'

      Sunlit uplands? Mark Haefele, chief investment officer at UBS Wealth Management, has decided not to be so glum about...

    18. Fast FT

      August 26, 2016

      Greece lumbers at bottom of Europe's jobs recovery

      The eurozone’s jobs recovery has been motoring along nicely but the latest breakdown of the bloc’s labour market shows...

    19. August 26, 2016

      Convenience, not common culture, holds Europe together — just

      National loyalty”, and anything with “nation” in it, used to be as German as sauerkraut and knackwurst. But the...

    20. Fast FT

      August 26, 2016

      Merkel says Brexit could be a 'breaking point' for EU

      Angela Merkel has warned that Brexit is a possible “breaking point” for the EU, ahead of a critical summit to discuss...

    21. beyondbrics

      August 26, 2016

      The hard truth of doing business in Russia: it isn't all about sanctions

      Russia is suffering, that much is clear. After two years of dramatically lower oil prices and western sanctions the...

    22. Fast FT

      August 26, 2016

      UK economic growth confirmed at 0.6% for Q2

      The UK economy expanded by a relatively robust 0.6 per cent in the three months leading up to the EU membership vote,...

    23. Fast FT

      August 26, 2016

      Eurozone loan growth inches up in July

      Credit growth in the eurozone picked up in the first full month following the UK’s decision to leave the EU, in...

    24. Fast FT

      August 26, 2016

      International investments hand Japan's GPIF $52bn loss in Q1

      Japan’s Government Pension Investment Fund continued to count the cost of a strategy to reduce its domestic bond...

    25. Fast FT

      August 26, 2016

      French consumer confidence moves up a peg in August

      France’s economic growth may have come to a standstill in the second quarter of the year but French consumer confidence...

    26. August 25, 2016

      Net migration to the UK stays at near-record level

      Net migration to the UK stayed at a near-record level of 327,000, more than three times the government’s “tens of...

    27. August 25, 2016

      Portugal and EU reach deal to recapitalise Caixa Geral de Depósitos

      Portugal’s largest bank could face difficulties in raising €1bn from private investors as part of a €5bn...

    28. August 25, 2016

      Lord Sainsbury emerges as the UK’s biggest political donor

      David Sainsbury has emerged as Britain’s biggest political donor after giving more than £2m each to Labour and the...

    29. August 25, 2016

      Brexit offers opportunities for UK scientists

      Britain’s scientists have benefited enormously from EU funding and the free flow of talented researchers across Europe....

    30. Fast FT

      August 25, 2016

      UK's pre-Brexit migration stats: the charts you need to see

      The Office for National statistics has released its latest update on migration in the UK, covering the 12 months to...

    31. Fast FT

      August 25, 2016

      French business confidence dips but recovery 'ongoing' - Barclays

      France’s economy stood still in the second quarter and a key business confidence survey nudged down a point in August...

    32. Fast FT

      August 25, 2016

      UK long-term migrant numbers dipped ahead of Brexit vote

      The number of long-term migrants in Britain fell slightly to 327,000 in the year ending in March the Office for...

    33. August 25, 2016

      Think-tank calls for automatic UK citizenship for EU medics

      EU nationals who work as doctors, nurses and physiotherapists should be granted automatic rights to British citizenship...

    34. August 24, 2016

      US in last-ditch effort to quash Brussels tax demand on Apple

      The US has launched a stinging attack on the European Commission in a last-ditch bid to dissuade Brussels from hitting...

    35. August 24, 2016

      Scottish independence and the Brexit paradox

      When Scots voted against independence from the UK in the referendum in 2014, it seemed to be the reality of economics...

    36. August 24, 2016

      Bumper German surplus bolsters Merkel

      Germany recorded a better than expected budget surplus of €18.5bn in the first half of 2016, giving chancellor Angela...

    37. Fast FT

      August 24, 2016

      Greek government will not intervene in stats row

      Greece’s finance minister has expressed his surprise at Brussels’ demand that Athens defend its independent statistics...

    38. Fast FT

      August 24, 2016

      EU calls on Greece to defend statistics office

      Brussels has called on the Greek government to defend the credibility of the country’s economic data, warning any...

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