Brexit

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Brexit winner Frankfurt gets another shot at finance stardom

Bloomberg.- And the Brexit winner is … Frankfurt? Could it really be? The city on the banks of the river Main had ambitions for decades to establish itself on a global map. It wanted to become West Germany’s new capital after World War II, only to lose out to provincial Bonn. After the introduction of the euro, it tried to rival London as Europe’s financial center, but never made it into the same league.


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A plan for Brexit

Bloomberg.- With the start of Brexit negotiations looming, the British government has only the most tenuous grip on power. Amid paralyzing uncertainty, how can the main actors — Prime Minister Theresa May, opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn, and government leaders across the European Union — make their way forward?




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El nacionalismo populista en el mundo y qué hacer en Perú

El Brexit y la elección de Trump son ejemplos de un creciente nacionalismo populista en varios países del primer mundo. Se argumenta que el surgimiento de esta ideología es respuesta al fracaso del sistema globalizado. ¿Es acertado concluir que la globalización es causa principal de las nuevas direcciones que van tomando las políticas de varios países?


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Theresa May’s Brexit platform

Bloomberg.- British Prime Minister Theresa May recently surprised the country — and most of her ministers — by calling an election for early next month. Up against self-imposed deadlines, and anxious to increase her majority in Parliament, she’s scrambling to devise a policy platform.










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Stocks rise as election risks fade; pound jumps on Brexit ruling

Bloomberg.- A rally in European stocks ended their longest losing streak in two years as concern over the outcome of the U.S. presidential election faded, and the pound surged after a court ruled that the U.K. must hold a vote in Parliament before starting the two-year countdown to Brexit. British government bonds extended declines after the Bank of England said it no longer expects to cut interest rates this year.