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Plaid Cymru’s Spokesperson for Trade and Business, Hywel Williams MP, has called for the UK to re-join the Single Market and Customs Union as “a vital first step to improving our moribund economy.”
The UK has "significantly underperformed" compared to the European Union and the US since the referendum in 2016, new Goldman Sachs analysis shows.
The UK's economy is 5% smaller than it would have been if it had chosen to stay in the European Union, according to an analysis by Goldman Sachs.
Britain has “significantly underperformed” compared with the EU and US since the vote to leave in June 2016, Goldman Sachs claims.
Decision to leave shrank the British economy by reducing growth and spurring higher inflation, economists say.
Britons are counting the cost of Brexit as the combination of the referendum, pandemic and energy crisis takes its toll.
Goldman Sachs bolstered the number of staff working in the European Union by 21% last year, as Brexit continues to reshape banks' operations on the continent.
Barclays PLC is planning to hire 200 new traders in Paris in a fresh blow to the Square Mile in the wake of Brexit.
Leading Brexiteer Michael Gove ‘honest’ about UK’s struggle outside the EU in confidential meeting.
Senior Italian government officials say that the economic and social turbulence in Britain that has followed the withdrawal from the EU has been eye-opening, writes Kim Sengupta.
Labour shortages have made inflation more persistent, Joost Derks said, putting Britain's economy in a slippery slope.
Goldman Sachs Group Inc. is shifting some of its euro swaps trading desk to Milan from London, the latest example of roles moving to the continent after Brexit.
Goldman Sachs bolstered its EU operations by 350 staff last year, as major investment banks face increasing pressure to shift staff to the continent in the wake of Brexit.
The French capital has gained one year on from Brexit, but cities such as Dublin, Amsterdam and Frankfurt have also emerged as winners.
Now that hiring has made a comeback in London banking circles, some recruiters are complaining of a new phenomenon: too little talent.
Formal departure from EU leads US bank to shift staff to European hubs.
Investment banks are shifting more rainmakers out of London to financial centres across the European Union, accelerating the pace of moves after the pandemic and uncertainty over Britain’s access to the bloc slowed relocations.
If Deliveroo Holdings Plc’s listing was meant to hang an ‘Open For Business’ sign over the City of London, the opening day crash in the shares jarred somewhat with the message the U.K. had intended to send about post-Brexit Britain.
City firms revealed in the final months of 2020 that they planned to shift nearly £100bn in assets to the EU, taking the total value of assets lost to the bloc since the Brexit vote to £1.3 trillion, according to a new survey.
Brexit party leader has given a number of interviews that draw on far-right conspiracy theories.
The British Chambers of Commerce has warned that the preparations by its members so far only represented the “tip of the iceberg”.
Businesses are stockpiling goods or looking elsewhere amid the threat of a no-deal Brexit.
Brexit party leader tells evangelical Christian TV channel of threat from ‘globalists’ and mass migration.
Dozens of companies have cut jobs, beefed up their European operations or issued warnings on the impact of the UK's departure from the EU.