Study signals Brexit risk for London

Brexit City
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Companies likely to relocate ‘decision centres’ if UK leaves EU

Brexit fear hits foreign direct investment

Property prices and deteriorating infrastructure add to concern

Swift outlines plan against cyber theft

Bank payment system network plans to share information

IMF pushes debt interest cap for Greece

Move risks requiring other eurogroup members to plug more gaps

Austria’s race to the right

Vienna election result shows how the politics of fear can run out of control, says Heather Grabbe

Nicolas Petrovic, CEO of Eurostar, photographed at St. Pancras train station, London.
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Eurostar’s journey across cultures

CEO Petrovic is in charge of running cross-Channel trains

Poll points to eurozone growth slowdown

Purchasing managers’ index dips to 16-month low

‘Why Vote Leave’, by Daniel Hannan

A Eurosceptic imparts some intellectual ballast to the EU debate

HM Treasury on Whitehall for UK News.
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Bean gives approval to Brexit analysis

Former BoE deputy’s involvement shows Treasury nerves

Polish schoolchildren offered Nato lessons

Warsaw eager to embrace the military alliance but less keen on EU

The IMF, Greece and calling Berlin’s bluff

Europe’s ‘extend and pretend’ stance comes at a price

Economic Outlook

PMI data from May is likely to show a marginal improvement following the ECB’s additional stimulus

Brussels set to approve AB InBev-SAB deal

Clearance conditional on selling some brands within six months

Greece’s creditors eye IMF debt deal

EU buyout of €14bn in loans discussed

Nato divided over renewing Russia talks

Push for rapprochement even as build-up plans near completion

ECB to demand data on 100m eurozone loans

AnaCredit database set up to help spot threats to financial stability

Amazon faces possible autumn EU tax bill

Retailer being probed for 2003 tax deal with Luxembourg

Brexit guide strikes wrong chord with band

Electoral Commission says it used neon imagery before The 1975

Juncker warns over Brexit ‘deserters’

European Commission head in strongest intervention yet on referendum

Flexible rules are in eurozone’s interest

But reprieves for Spain and Portugal will deepen gap with Berlin

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