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  • LONDON, June 24- Britain's vote to leave the European Union means uncertainty for markets and companies as London initiates at least two years of negotiations with the EU. "That is a catastrophic result for Britain and also for Europe and Germany, especially the German economy. "We expect a significant drop in trade with Britain in the coming months.

  • LONDON, June 24- Britain's vote to leave the European Union means uncertainty for markets and companies as London initiates at least two years of negotiations with the EU. "That is a catastrophic result for Britain and also for Europe and Germany, especially the German economy. "We expect a significant drop in trade with Britain in the coming months.

  • *Shares in UK banks, asset managers sink at market open. LONDON, June 24- Britain's 2.2 million financial industry workers face years of uncertainty and the risk of thousands of job cuts after the country voted to quit the European Union, leaving question marks over London's status as Europe's premier financial centre. All depends on the divorce between Europe...

  • *Shares in UK banks, asset managers sink at market open. LONDON, June 24- Britain's 2.2 million financial industry workers face years of uncertainty and the risk of thousands of job cuts after the country voted to quit the European Union, leaving question marks over London's status as Europe's premier financial centre. All depends on the divorce between Europe...

  • LONDON, June 24- Britain's vote to leave the European Union means uncertainty for markets and companies as London initiates at least two years of negotiations with the EU. "That is a catastrophic result for Britain and also for Europe and Germany, especially the German economy. "We expect a significant drop in trade with Britain in the coming months.

  • *Shares in UK banks, asset managers sink at market open. LONDON, June 24- Britain's 2.2 million financial industry workers face years of uncertainty and the risk of thousands of job cuts after the country voted to quit the European Union, leaving question marks over London's status as Europe's premier financial centre. All depends on the divorce between Europe...

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  • NEW YORK, June 7- Warren Buffett, the world's third-richest person, on Tuesday offered strong praise for Jeff Bezos, the fourth-richest, saying he embodies the potential that can blossom when small business owners build their companies. The panel also included Goldman Sachs Group Inc Chief Executive Lloyd Blankfein, Twitter Inc Chief Executive Jack Dorsey, and...

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