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The latest news from eLesor on the proposed withdrawal of the United Kingdom from the European Union.

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Boris Johnson’s Conservatives vindicated by crucial electoral victories

The U.K.'s ruling Conservative Party won several local and one crucial parliamentary election this week, illustrating voters’ growing support for P...

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U.K. heads to elections as possible step toward Scottish independence looms

Thursday's elections in the U.K. feature a mishmash of election races, including for the mayor of London, but the most important for financial mark...

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U.K. government sends Navy boats to monitor Jersey amid escalating spat with France

Brooks Sports CEO Jim Weber on Running's Growth and Berkshire Hathaway

Brooks' sales rose 27% in 2020, as more people took up running during the Covid-19 pandemic and the brand won market share from competitors.

Biden's Infrastructure Plan Could Boost Onshoring. These Stocks Look to Benefit.

The American Jobs Plan features at least $100 billion dedicated to helping U.S. companies add or expand operations at home.

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U.K. watchdog deepens probe into Boris Johnson's pricey apartment face-lift


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U.K. retail deflation slows, hinting of inflation

--Deflation at U.K. retail stores slowed to 1.3% on year in April from 2.4% in March --Reverting a continuing trend, deflation affected food products for the first time since January 2017 --While still overall down on year...

What Does Brexit Mean for the Global Economy? A Q&A With Edward Price.

Worrying about international economic instability is often a waste of time, says Edward Price, because free markets don't actually pursue predictability.

JD Sports Sees Bumper Year as Restrictions Ease. It's Coming for the U.S.

The U.K.'s largest sportswear retailer said it expects bumper profits this year as Covid-related restrictions are lifted and Brexit disruption eases.

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U.K. economic growth rebounds from slump as trade with EU partially recovers

The U.K. economy grew slightly in February as trade with the European Union partially recovered, though economic growth fell short of expectations.

UK economy grew in February as EU trade recovered

LONDON--The U.K. economy grew modestly in February as Covid-19 restrictions remained unchanged and trade with the European Union rebounded. The economy grew 0.4% in February, the Office for National Statistics said Tuesday...

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Northern Irish leaders meet in bid to end worst violence in years

Representatives from all political parties in Northern Ireland held video meetings on Friday with U.K. Northern Ireland Secretary Brandon Lewis, in an attempt to find a way to end a week of rioting and fights between gangs...

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Fed’s Policies Could Restore Gold’s Shine

Despite competition from cryptocurrencies, gold remains a strong hedge against inflation and rising interest rates.

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Biden’s Military Budget Is Coming. What It Means for Defense Stocks.

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Newly Listed Companies Are Outperforming in U.K. IPO Boom—Aside From Deliveroo

Investment bank Liberum predicts a strong market for IPOs in 2021, with superior performance for companies that go public.

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Northern Ireland leaders call for calm after escalation of week's street violence

Authorities in Northern Ireland sought to restore calm Thursday after Protestant and Catholic youths in Belfast hurled bricks, fireworks and gasoline bombs at police and each other. It was the worst mayhem in a week of str...