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Europe Politics

Yes or No, Brexit has already changed the UK

With the Brexit referendum less than a month away, the UK has already been changed by the debate.

International Politics

Assessing the 42nd G7 Summit

The 42nd G7 Summit has concluded. What are the key takeaways for investors?

Economics Europe

EU policy towards Russia increases Euroscepticism

The EU policy toward Russia and Ukraine is increasing Euroscepticism within national electorates.

International Politics The Week Ahead

Weekly Risk Outlook

Deadline to form Spanish government hits. Indiana primary will be decisive. Cameron speaks to Commons re Brexit. UK elections test Labour strength.

Europe Politics

Renewed Greek bailout talks imply Europe-wide ramifications

The next review of the Greek bailout agreement will be pivotal for Syriza and the European Union. Participation of the IMF is at risk, and with it the prospect of debt relief for Athens.

International Politics The Week Ahead

Weekly Risk Outlook

Investors meet to discuss Brazil woes. Chancellor builds case for UK “In” campaign. Primaries in New York remain decisive. Obama meets with GCC nations. ECB announces rates. All in the Weekly Risk Outlook. Latin Finance

Europe Politics

The Island of the blessed — Cameron and the Panama papers

Cameron has to beat tax evasion charges if he is to maintain credibility ahead of the Brexit referendum.

International Politics The Week Ahead

Weekly Risk Outlook

Brexit debate begins. IMF delivers economic outlook. Bank of England sets rates. Democratic candidates debate. China figures highlight slowing. All in the Weekly Risk Outlook. Brexit debate kicks into high

Economics Europe

The Political Risks of a ‘remain’ Brexit vote for the Conservative Party

David Cameron’s gamble to call a referendum on Britain’s EU membership may seem to have succeeded if the outcome will go against a Brexit. The reality will be more unpredictable,

Europe Politics

Popular votes risk European unity

Popular votes are a threat to European unity as EU citizens are growing weary of the continental bloc. By using them, national governments risk accelerating the collapse of the European