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In her customary speech at the formal opening of the U.K.'s parliamentary session, Queen Elizabeth speaks about the upcoming legislative agenda.
Queen Elizabeth reads through the agenda for the new session of U.K. Parliament.
Prime Minister Theresa May has vowed to work with "humility and resolve" as the government prepares to outline its legislative program on Wednesday.
Bank of England governor Mark Carney’s message to the City on Tuesday was that talk of an imminent rise in interest rates was premature.
TechPreneur Africa has signed a memorandum of agreement with Abu Dhabi Global Market (ADGM) to support mutual fintech cooperation and growth.
Britain’s finance minister Philip Hammond has urged for continued collaboration between the U.K. and European financial services businesses as Brexit talks enter into their second day.
An EU extension to sanctions against Moscow could lead to a new arms race, according to the chief executive of Russia's VTB Bank.
Willem Marx discusses the upcoming Brexit negotiations between the U.K. and the European Union.
A financial inclusion report from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and Village Capital says more support is needed to encourage mobile money firms
Concerns are growing over what the U.S. administration will be able to achieve in its first calendar year.
Sterling tumbled against the dollar on Tuesday after Bank of England governor Mark Carney said now was not the time to raise interest rates.
Klaus Regling, managing director at European Stability Mechanism, says he “regrets” the Brexit decision, while commenting on “Hard Brexit” versus “Soft Brexit”.
Klaus Regling, managing director at European Stability Mechanism, talks about the EU’s relationship with the U.K., adding that he doesn’t believe other countries will follow in Britain’s footsteps.
Cedomir Nestorovic, professor at ESSEC Business School, says the U.K. is focusing on the future, but the EU wants to work things out more sequentially.
The "divorce bill" settlement the U.K. has to foot and citizen rights are due to be discussed first, says Hans Pung, president of RAND Europe.
The parliamentary election's conclusive second round was bittersweet for Le Pen, who also gained her first seat.
Billionaire financier George Soros predicted that if all goes well, both Britain and the EU could look to cancel divorce proceedings before too long.
Proposals to slash the U.S. corporate tax rate to 15 percent from 39.6 percent would cripple the government says the chief of Raymond James.
Britain’s Brexit Secretary David Davis has detailed his hopes for a “strong and special partnership” with the EU as Brexit negotiations officially commenced on Monday, a year on from the U.K.’s shock referendum result.
Catherine McGuinness, policy chairman at the City of London, weighs in on the potential for jobs to leave the area after the U.K. exits the European Union.