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Citi’s London office in Canary Wharf. Photograph: iStock

Citigroup is in talks to buy its London skyscraper office for about £1.2 billion (€1.37 billion), as the US bank commits its long-term future to the U(...)

Aviva won approval to move £1 billion  (€1.1 billion) in general policies earlier this month. Photograph: Reuters

Aviva asked a London court to approve the transfer of assets totalling €9 billion, saying the uncertainty from Brexit was “intensifying” as it joined (...)

European Council President Donald Tusk should also have known that nobody outdoes the DUP when it comes to fire and brimstone. Photograph: Getty Images

Everybody got a little hot under the collar this week as European Council president Donald Tusk became the latest to let his frustration with the Unit(...)

The British pound, which was trading down 0.3 per cent before the rate decision dropped as low as 0.6 per cent on the day to $1.2854 (€1.13 ), a two-week trough. Against the euro, the pound weakened 0.2 per cent to 88.05 pence.

Sterling briefly fell more than half a per cent on Thursday before recovering its losses in volatile trade after the Bank of England said Britain in 2(...)

UBS has received approval from a London court to move up to €32 billion in assets to Germany. Photograph: Arnd Wiegmann/Reuters

UBS has received approval from a London court to move up to €32 billion in assets from Britain to Germany as part of plans to keep business in the Eur(...)

Traders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange. The S&P 500 overcame morning weakness to push higher, while Nvidia, Adobe, Microsoft and Apple led the Nasdaq indexes to solid advances.

Baked goods group Aryzta and Ryanair stood out as a weak spots on an otherwise flat performance by Irish shares on Monday, as the wider European marke(...)

EU beret vs Union Jack cape: let the battle commence. Photograph: Leon Neal/Getty Images

Image of the week: Choose your player The anti-Brexit protester in her telltale beret comes face-to-face with the Union Jack flag-turned-cape of the (...)

Capitalism is “a wild beast”: U2 frontman Bono takes centre stage in a panel session at the World Economic Forum in Davos. Photograph: Laurent Gillieron/Keystone via AP

In numbers: It shouldn’t be you 38 Percentage of teenagers under 18 who were not refused a National Lottery scratch card by a retailer in a complian(...)

Markets appear to have chosen to take a positive view of the Brexit outcome  based largely on the view that the House of Commons does not support a no-deal Brexit. Photograph: Bloomberg

British politics is in turmoil and the outcome of Brexit remains hugely uncertain. Yet in the last couple of weeks sterling has rallied strongly on th(...)

The pound was lifted on Tuesday by strong employment data. Photograph: Yuriko Nakao/Bloomberg

Sterling rose to its highest point against the euro since mid-November on Wednesday, simultaneously hitting a 10-week high against the dollar. The mov(...)

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