Nearly £350bn could be wiped off the value of Britain’s top companies in the event of a vote for the UK to leave the European Union, analysts at UBS have warned.
London's office buildings may become a lot less crowded if the U.K. votes to exit the European Union in its referendum Thursday, a new survey found.
The employees at the world's biggest banks are on the front lines as voters head to the polls on Thursday to decide whether to stay or leave the U.K. The team at Keefe Bruyette & Woods crunched the numbers, revealing how jobs, as well as revenues may be impacted.
A more than two-hour delay caused by a storm in Chicago meant this game did not finish until after 11.15pm local time. On a late night, Chile did their most important work early on, sealing a place in the Copa América Centenario final with two quick goals and defending well enough to frustrate a fitful Colombia.
The president of the Croatian football federation, Davor Suker, has congratulated the French authorities for the way they have handled trouble at the European Championship and urged his country’s government to act against hooligans, insisting that 99.9% of their supporters are well behaved.
“It’s not as if we have been knocked out,” Andrés Iniesta said, but it was exactly as if they had been knocked out.
The strange thing, perhaps, is that Roy Hodgson spent the day in Paris but chose not to make a personal check on the team who will be trying to inflict ignominy upon England in Nice on Monday.
Leicester had reportedly made Internacional an offer for the attacking midfielder, who has been linked with rival Premier League clubs in the past.
Has the new West Ham United man just summed up the Irons' steep upward trajectory?
The Queen’s hopes of seeing her colours carried to victory at Royal Ascot in the week of her 90th birthday celebrations suffered a miserable reverse here on Thursday as Guy Fawkes, her runner in the King George V Handicap, sustained a serious injury in the early stages of the race and was subsequently put down.
Formula One’s newest circuit has thrown up some old-style problems with both Nico Rosberg and Jenson Button, two of the sport’s most respected figures, expressing safety concerns in the runup to the street race in Baku on Sunday.
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