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BELFAST: British Prime Minister Theresa May denied "shafting" Northern Ireland in a visit to the province after she said she would seek changes to the backstop border arrangements to secure support for her withdrawal agreement with the European Union.
LONDON: Britain's financial services industry has emerged largely unscathed so far from the build-up to Brexit, with about 2,000 roles expected to have moved or been created overseas even as the risk of a disorderly exit grows, a new Reuters survey showed.
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LONDON (Reuters) - London-based bond trading platforms and investment banks running European governments' debt sales are accelerating plans to move business across the Channel, fearing a no-deal Brexit will leave them unable to serve continental clients.
LONDON: There was no announcement but word still made its way to European bankers as summer turned to autumn: For them, Brexit day was the end of 2018, not March 29, 2019, when the U.K. splits from the European Union.
LONDON (Reuters) - Britain has secured no improvements to its proposed future trading relations in financial services with the European Union after Brexit, according to a draft document, disappointing some executives who expected concessions.
SINGAPORE: The Straits Times has dismissed criticism by a Malaysian MP who said the newspaper got its facts wrong in two recent articles on the 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB) saga.
WASHINGTON/RIYADH (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump gave Saudi Arabia the benefit of the doubt in the disappearance of journalist Jamal Khashoggi even as U.S. lawmakers pointed the finger at the Saudi leadership and Western pressure mounted on Riyadh to provide answers.
LONDON (Reuters) - The bosses of some of Europe's biggest banks and finance firms have pulled out of a high-profile investment conference in Saudi Arabia, joining a growing list of business chiefs to abandon the event amid widespread concern about the fate of a journalist.