It's easy, in retrospect, to characterize David Cameron's decision to hold a referendum on Britain's EU membership as a colossal blunder, at least from the prime minister's perspective.
George Osborne, the chancellor of the Exchequer, speaking in Liverpool, England, this month. Credit Jon Super/Agence France-Presse - Getty Images.
Sintra was never meant to be like this. The European Central Bank's annual forum in the lush Portuguese retreat outside Lisbon, which starts Monday evening, was intended as a laid-back event where central bankers and academic economists can thrash out ...
“Brexit” has thrown Sony SNE -1.67 % into a tug of war between global currencies. Yet that is mostly a distraction from the Japanese electronics giant's turnaround.
Between a glut of cheap oil and now falling prices from Brexit, U.S. drivers have saved $20 billion on gasoline since the start of the year compared to 2015.