MarketWatchCash is the next big thing the UK is likely to break up withMarketWatchResearchers at Tufts recently ranked countries by their readiness to go cashless, and the U.K. had one of the highest rankings, along with Sweden, Finland and Denmark. (MasterCard MA, -2.62% helped to fund the research; credit-card companies including ...
Babble (blog)Brexit boon seen for European cities poaching London bankersFinancial PostThousands of jobs at London's largest financial institutions are at risk of leaving the country after the U.K. voted to exit the European Union. ... Banks saved money opening back offices in places like Bournemouth, England, where JPMorgan Chase & Co ...What Brexit Means for My Family Living in the U.K.Babble (blog)all 14,433 news articles »
Telegraph.co.ukUS 'frack master' accused of $80m fraud to fund debauched lifestyleTelegraph.co.ukA supposed fracking expert who toured the world's media calling himself the 'Frack Master' and even gave evidence to MPs was actually a massive fraudster who duped investors out of millions of pounds to fund "a lifestyle of decadence and debauchery ...Texas 'Frack Master' bilked investors out of millions, SEC saysReuters UKall 52 news articles »
BBC NewsThe markets facing trading turmoilBBC NewsLondon is the world's biggest financial centre outside New York and investors are concerned leaving the EU will prompt some banks and financial companies - which made significant contributions to the UK economy - to move jobs and businesses to centres ...and more »
Motley Fool8 Ways Brexit Could Directly Affect You and Your MoneyMotley FoolIt was the vote heard 'round the world. Early Friday morning we learned that Britain's citizens had decided by a vote of 51.9% to 48.1% to leave the European Union in what is being coined the "Brexit," short for "British exit." The U.K. Referendum had ...How Brexit impacts the U.S. economyCNNMoneyall 14,433 news articles »