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​UK Prime Minister David Cameron’s clinching a deal with 27 members of European Union, paved the way for UK’s referendum on EU on June 23rd. Mark your calendars. With poll showing close call and heavy weights like London mayor Boris Johnson joining the exit camp, it’s no telling upfront, which side may prevail. Just like Mr. Cameron, promised to campaign in favour of stay with heart and soul, we promise to bring our readers latest ins and outs, surrounding the referendum as well as UK asset class, FTSE 100, Gilts and Pound.​

Briferendum Series

Brexit harms startups but it may not be fatal

Jul 01, 2016 09:02 am UTC| Insights & Views Business

As the market turbulence starts to subside after Brexit, startups are worried that the UKs exit from the European Union might put access to venture capital and private equity at risk. Despite the UK ranking highly for...

Briferendum Series

UK food faces historic realignment after Brexit

Jun 30, 2016 13:14 pm UTC| Insights & Views Business

The situation created by the British vote to leave the European Union is momentous for UK food. It is on a par with the Repeal of the Corn Laws of 1846 when Britain decided its Empire could feed it, not its own farmers....

Briferendum Series

Referendum petition hack shows even democracy can be trolled

Jun 30, 2016 13:09 pm UTC| Insights & Views Politics

The electronic petition submitted to parliament calling for a second referendum on Britains exit from the European Union is a notable development in digital democracy. The number of signatories has passed 4m how many will...

Briferendum Series

Coalition likely to win following Brexit

Jun 28, 2016 20:49 pm UTC| Politics Insights & Views

The UKs vote to leave the European Union (Brexit) was known by the afternoon of the 24 June Melbourne time. The ReachTEL and Galaxy polls in the table were both taken entirely before the Brexit result was known. The one...

Briferendum Series

Why Britain's decision to leave the EU is bad news for Africa

Jun 28, 2016 20:11 pm UTC| Insights & Views Economy

The fallout from the UK referendum that ended in victory for those wanting the country to exit from the European Union (EU) is still reverberating around the world. But what does it mean for Africa? The decision will...

Briferendum Series

Post Brexit: does South Africa have the appetite to strike new trade deals?

Jun 28, 2016 20:01 pm UTC| Insights & Views

The UK has voted to leave the European Union (EU). South Africa has historical and very close trade ties with the UK. Most of these relations were inherited by the EU when South Africa signed a free-trade agreement with...

Briferendum Series

UK’s Osborne assures of contingency plan to deal with market volatility

Jun 28, 2016 11:35 am UTC| Commentary Economy

The United Kingdoms Chancellor Osborne has reassured the public that robust contingency plans have been put in place to deal with any potential fallout and address any market volatility that is expected to persist for some...

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Economy

U.S. Treasuries gain on hopes of Fed’s 25bp policy easing, August industrial production

The U.S. Treasuries gained during Tuesdays afternoon session ahead of the Federal Reserves monetary policy meeting, scheduled to be held on September 18 by 18:00GMT, where it is widely expected to cut interest rates by...

UK gilts rise ahead of August consumer price inflation, BoE’s policy rate meeting

The United Kingdoms gilts rose during European trading hours Tuesday, ahead of the countrys consumer price inflation (CPI) data for the month of August, scheduled to be released on September 18 by 08:30GMT and the Bank of...

German bunds remain mixed after September ZEW economic sentiment improves, albeit in contraction

The German bunds remained mixed during European trading session Tuesday after the countrys ZEW economic sentiment improved, albeit still in contraction while investors keep a close eye on the eurozones consumer price...

Government bonds likely to benefit less from ‘safe haven’ inflows going forward due to worries over valuation and volatility, says DNB Markets

While the bond market rally is expected to resume as global growth weakens and trade tensions continue to build, government bonds could benefit less from safe haven inflows going forward, due to worries over valuation and...

Developments surrounding Brexit do not justify a GBP rally seen since mid-August, keep close eye on options market: Commerzbank

Developments surrounding Brexit do not justify a GBP rally that markets have seen since mid-August; instead keeping a close eye on the options market is recommended, according to the latest research report from...

Politics

Melania Trump faces backlash over fashion choices on 9/11 anniversary

Melania Trumps commemoration of the September 11 attacks 18th anniversary has been marred with yet another fashion-related controversy. Online critics claimed that the stitch work on the back portion of the First Ladys...

John Legend tweets Melania Trump should praise Donald Trump more

The United States President Donald Trump has once again had a tweetstorm directed, this time, at John Legend and Chrissy Teigen. The All of Me singer responded by suggesting that POTUS might have calmed down if only the...

Donald Trump insists she loves Tiffany Trump

Over the past week, another member of Donald Trumps family made headlines following alleged explosive revelations from a fired White House staff. The United States Presidents daughter with Marla Maples, Tiffany Trump, is...

Netizens accuse Donald Trump of calling Melania Trump like a pet

A video that recently went viral online is not helping eliminate speculations on the marriage of United States President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump. The gesture Mr. Trump made seemingly to call the attention...

New research shows vast majority of Hong Kong protesters support more radical tactics

Three months on, theres still no end in sight for the Hong Kong protest movement. What started as a demonstration against a bill to amend the citys extradition laws has now morphed into a broader movement challenging the...

Science

Cancer cells naturally die in microgravity, scientist finds

The possibilities are endless when it comes to studying potential factors that could stop the growth of cancer cells. For one, a scientist based in Australia discovered that cancer cells naturally die when exposed to...

HIV cure study finds good results from a rare muscle illness

One of the greatest tasks of medical science experts today is finding a cure for the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV). While that has not been achieved yet, many studies have resulted in further understanding the...

Indonesian students treat cancer tumors on a mouse with a local plant

A couple of Indonesian high school students are catching worldwide attention after winning an international invention contest. They were awarded the gold medal for reportedly showing proof they were able to treat cancer on...

HIV suppression can be prolonged even without ART, study shows

There is not a complete cure found yet to eradicate HIV from a patient. But medical science has come a long way in developing other treatment strategies to suppress the virus. So even if it stays dormant in a patients...

An exoplanet within arm’s reach: the Earth

Exobiology is an exciting discipline. It is based simultaneously on the latest data from astrophysics, planetary geology and the origins of life on Earth, all of which are evolving as we continue to study them. It could be...

Technology

‘The Sims 5’ will not be released before a University-themed expansion

It now looks like The Sims 5 will not be released before the life simulation video game franchise reaches its 20-year mark. That begs the question of what new gameplay features and contents can players expect from it since...

‘NBA 2K20’ wins big in opening week despite online flak

Determining whether or not NBA 2K20 had a successful opening week now seems to be a tricky task. Online social media platforms were flooded with complaints about glitches on various game modes within a day since it...

‘The Elder Scrolls 6’ release date: Next installment should take inspiration from NPCs in ‘RDR2’

The Elder Scrolls 6 is still years away, but speculation on the game is already widespread on the web. There are also suggestions that have been put forward by the most hardcore of fans, ranging from battle mechanics to...

Nvidia may face potential backlash due to confusing RTX series having large performance disparity on its mobile, desktop variants

After releasing the GTX 16 series, a lot of people have been complaining about Nvidias naming schemes and the confusion of its GPU lineup. Now, more complains are being voiced online after it found out that the laptop and...

‘Cyberpunk 2077’ release date: Minor quests will be short but will be packing interesting lore.

Cyberpunk 2077 is being billed as one massive immersive experience. And among the factors that will contribute to that immersion is how well the quests and stories have been designed. To provide some insight on how the...
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