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"Britain must complement the Bankof England's post-Brexit vote stimulus with a concertedgovernment attempt to foster growth or risk unsettlingvolatility in financial markets, Allianz economist MohamedEl-Erian said, the Financial Times reported.", www.reuters.com
"The drop in the pound caused by the U.K.’s European Union referendum is already affecting manufacturers. Manufacturers’ costs for materials and fuels jumped an annual 4.3 percent in July, the fastest pace in three years. Still, the surge may not worry Bank of England officials yet, since policy makers have indicated they intend to look through any inflation generated by the currency’s slump as they add stimulus to bolster growth.", www.bloomberg.com
"Britain must complement the Bank of England's post-Brexit vote stimulus with a concerted government attempt to foster growth or risk unsettling volatility in financial markets, Allianz economist Mohamed El-Erian said, the Financial Times reported.", uk.reuters.com
"LONDON: Sterling climbed to its highest since early January against the dollar on Tuesday, after opinion polls suggested the campaign to keep Britain in the European Union was edging back into the lead.Two opinion polls on Monday indicated the `Remain` camp has regained some ground before Britain holds its June 23 referendum on whether to remain a member of the EU. However, a third poll found the `Leave` campaign ahead by a whisker.The implied probability of a `Remain` vote in Thursday's ref", www.brecorder.com
"Scottish voters who want Britain to remain part of the EU would be so unhappy if it doesn't that they would back a repeat referendum on forming their own independent nation. Scottish voters in 2014 said no to independence, but popular First Minister Nicola Sturgeon — leader of the Scottish National Party — says a British decision to drag Scots out of the EU could be just the kind of material change needed to prompt a second independence vote. Scottish independence would end a political union dating from 1707, when England and Scotland joined together in a single country, Great Britain. Brendan Davy, an assistant director of the Vote Leave campaign, dismissed the idea that British exit vote could lead to the breakup of the U.K. He said Remain campaigners are 'clutching at straws' with this argument. 'Claims that it could lead to a second Scottish independence referendum are a desperate measure to scare and intimidate people into staying within the", www.sfchronicle.com
"LONDON - Even though market myopia is often used to explain why investors appear to be ignoring November's U.S. presidential election while trading furiously around this month's vote on Britain leaving the EU, the two events may end up being conflated. Fund managers and economists, including Harvard professor and Democrat grandee Lawrence Summers, puzzle endlessly as to why UK and European markets are gyrating ahead of the 'Brexit' vote but U.S. assets have barely blinked at the success of celebrity businessman Donald Trump's bid for the White House.", www.todayonline.com
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