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The prospect of a no-deal Brexit has sent the pound tumbling against the euro and the dollar. Photograph: Chris Ratcliffe/Bloomberg

Sterling was stuck on Wednesday around its weakest levels since 2017, having matched a two-year low against the euro, as investors further priced in t(...)

Customers wait in line to use an automated teller machine (ATM) at a Japan Post Co branch in Hachioji. Photograph: Yuriko Nakao/Bloomberg via Getty Images

In early July, the 61-year-old chief executive of 7pay appeared on TV to apologise after the launch of one of Japan’s most hotly-anticipated mobile pa(...)

Tesla chief executive Elon Musk after his company’s initial public offering at the Nasdaq market in New York, 2010. Photograph: Brendan McDermid/File Photo/Reuters

Things just keep getting worse for Tesla. Shares in the electric car stock are down more than 40 per cent this year and fell well below $200 for the f(...)

In Dublin Ryanair hit highs of €11 before closing 1.41 per cent up at €10.805. File photograph: The Irish Times

Global trade jitters stoked worries concerning the ongoing US-China trade row hit European shares on Friday, ending a three-day rally. Dublin Ryanai(...)

An employee working on the production line of an electronics factory in Jiaxing, Zhejiang province. Photograph: Reuters

China’s economy grew at a steady 6.4 per cent pace in the first quarter, defying expectations for a further slowdown, as industrial production jumped (...)

Smurfit Kappa was in demand, advancing 4.2 per cent to €27.06.

European shares advanced on Wednesday as investors pinned their hopes on a soft Brexit and the US finally reaching a trade deal with China. The pan-E(...)

Cirty of London. In the 33 months since the Brexit vote, the top 15 international banks operating in London have collectively spent billions of euros, taken on new buildings and licences across the EU and racked up countless hours of meetings to cope with the disruption.

The City of London’s biggest international banks have moved fewer than 1,500 jobs from the UK in the run-up to Brexit, after slashing their estimates (...)

JP Morgan chief executive Jamie Dimon: Dublin HQ is set to receive little by way of an initial “Brexit dividend” in terms of additional staff. Photograph: Tom Honan

JP Morgan chief executive Jamie Dimon sees the US banking giant being forced to gradually move a raft of jobs from the UK to elsewhere in Europe in th(...)

Pro-Brexit demomstrators in London. The fortunes of Britain’s economy hinge on what sort of relationship with the EU the country finally decides on - and the options range from no deal to no Brexit.

The fortunes of Britain’s economy hinge on what sort of relationship with the EU the country finally decides on - and the options range from no deal t(...)

Analysts are now expecting further pressure on sterling given the uncertainty over the UK’s blueprint and timeline for Brexit.

Sterling found a measure of support on Tuesday following a sharp sell-off in the previous session after an unexpected decision by the British prime mi(...)

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