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The central bank shows it is serious in its intention to take control of London's lucrative business.
These debt issues appear underpriced and offer an unexplored area to search out in the quest for yield.
It's the one-year anniversary of the Brexit vote.
It is becoming obvious that central banks will not leave the markets.
This NYSE-listed, dividend-paying British stock could pop when the pound regains its footing.
A hard Brexit or no Brexit at all seem to be the clear choices ahead; consequently, sterling will be under pressure.
China's national soccer team struggles on the national stage. Chinese soccer investors, however, are some of the best in the world.
Events in Europe this weekend could make for an interesting Monday.
The U.K. election result is a hung parliament. For investors, that's the worst of all possible outcomes.
A year after Brexit and amid the current elections, it's time to move on.

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