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Markets and currency enter Brexit uncertainty with no course charted ahead

Russell Bruce unravels what is going on behind currency falls and market fluctuations, post-Brexit The stock market is higher now than before the EU referendum,...

England lose to Italy in penalty shoot-out

England have been knocked out of the European Football Championship after losing a dramatic penalty shoot-out against Italy in Kiev. The game saw the...

Eurozone on edge as Greece goes to the polls

By Martin Kelly  Eurozone leaders are waiting anxiously as Greeks go to the polls today.  This election, called after the May 6th stalemate, is...

GDP figures show Scotland more prosperous than rest of UK

By G.A.Ponsonby  Figures released by the Scottish Government show that an independent Scotland would be more prosperous than the rest of the UK, ranked...

Spanish Minister denies 100bn euro loan is a rescue

By Martin Kelly  Spain’s Economy Minister Luis de Guindos has denied a planned 100bn injection from the Eurozone aimed at shoring up the country's...

Greece euro survival likely but credit downgrade hits UK

By Andrew Barr  The prospects of Greece leaving the euro now seem unlikely, according to ratings agency Standard & Poor’s.  The agency has this...

Financial fallout from Greece could harm UK and wider Eurozone

By a Newsnet reporter Following the failure of the Greek political parties to form a working coalition government, Sir Mervin King, Governor of the...

New chaos looms in Greece as coalition talks fail

By a Newsnet reporter After Greek voters delivered a stunning rejection of parties supporting the EU-backed austerity plan, Antonis Samaras, leader of the largest...

Austerity is not the solution

By a Newsnet reporter If you have a mortgage, get ready to get poorer - mortgages are on their way up! In all...

Pressure mounts on Cameron as poll shows Scottish voters believe veto...

By a Newsnet reporter  David Cameron was under increasing pressure tonight as a poll carried out on behalf of the Times newspaper revealed concerns...