LONDON - Britain's Treasury chief sought Monday to ease concerns about the vote to leave the European Union, saying the economy is as strong as it could be to face the uncertainty - even as a survey showed many companies are looking to move ...
TIANJIN, China—Premier Li Keqiang called on investors to view China with a “calm and cool head” at a time of global uncertainty, voicing confidence that Beijing can handle the slew of problems facing its economy.
LONDON Oil prices steadied on Monday as market participants better absorbed the shock of last week's vote in Great Britain to leave the European Union and as analysts said Brexit would have a limited impact on global fuel demand.
Sterling resumed its slide on Monday and UK stocks fell as investors' initial shock over Britain's vote to leave the EU was replaced by anxiety over the repercussions for the country's economy.
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