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City firms may lose 'prized' EU access, says French Bank chief

London's big finance firms risk losing their privileged access to the EU, prompting big banks to move operations outside the UK, it is claimed.

EU referendum: UK's EU commissioner Lord Hill to resign

The UK's EU Commissioner Lord Hill announces he is to stand down, saying "what is done cannot be undone" after the UK votes to leave the European Union.

Wetherspoon boss Martin says Brexit worry 'understandable'

Brexit businessman Tim Martin, founder of the Wetherspoons pub chain, says anxiety is "understandable", but adds there is no need to rush into EU exit talks.

EU referendum: Moody's cut UK's credit outlook to 'negative'

The UK has its credit rating outlook cut to "negative" by leading financial agency Moody's, as outgoing PM David Cameron faces pressure to speed up "divorce" talks with the EU.

How will Brexit affect your finances?

Leaving the European Union is likely to have profound consequences for every household in the UK. Here's how your personal finances could be affected.

UK car industry needs 'swift EU deal to curb high tariffs'

The UK government must act quickly to secure favourable terms for a key export sector, says industry expert Professor David Bailey.

JCB boss says 'little to fear' from Brexit

The UK has "little to fear from leaving the EU", says Lord Bamford, the chairman of JCB.

Obama: Special relationship remains despite Brexit

Barack Obama said that the special relationship between the US and the UK would endure despite Britain's decision to leave the European Union.

EU referendum: Drivers 'could face rising petrol prices'

Drivers could face higher petrol and diesel prices as a result of the vote to leave the EU, retailers suggest.

Stock markets tumble after Leave vote

Wall Street and the FTSE 100 both fall sharply in a wild day of trading after the UK votes to leave the European Union.

Thomas Cook suspends online currency sales as demand surges

The fall in the value of sterling sparks a rush to exchange travel money, prompting Thomas Cook to suspend online sales.

UK interest rate 'likely to hit zero' following Brexit

UBS economist warns of two rate cuts over six months amid predictions UK economic growth will slow and the pound will fall further.

Property market lull may follow vote to leave EU

Commentators suggest the lull in the UK property market will continue in response to the UK's vote to leave the EU.

City shock at referendum result

Tens of thousands of City staff who turned up for work this morning found their professional world turned upside down.

Brexit: What does it mean for expats, here and in the EU?

How does the UK's vote to leave the European Union affect British expats in Europe, and EU nationals working in the UK?

Brexit: What will happen to my...?

BBC News looks at some of the practical changes that follow from the UK's decision to leave the EU.

Brexit: Are house prices really going to fall?

Now we've voted to leave the EU, are house prices really going to fall, asks the BBC's Simon Gompertz.

How might Brexit affect your summer holidays?

The BBC's Simon Gompertz looks at how the UK's vote to leave the EU might affect British holidaymakers.

Christine Lagarde: 'We, ourselves, stand ready' for Brexit

Christine Lagarde, head of the International Monetary Fund, gives her reaction to the UK's decision to leave the European Union.

Brexit: Seven economic indicators to watch

What key indicators will investors be looking at now that the UK has voted to leave the European Union?

Ask Andy: What happens to the pound after UK vote?

The BBC's Andrew Verity explains the economic impact the changing value of the pound can have.

The rise and fall of African economies

Colm O'Regan asks why economies in the same continent seem to be moving in different directions.

Living with Sierra Leone's mine closures

After two of the country's largest mines were forced to close, the people of Sierra Leone have struggled to survive.

Brexit: UK tech sector reacts to Leave vote

Now the UK has decided to leave the European Union, technology firms are left to wonder what the future holds.

Uber to 'hide' surge pricing notifications

Uber is to hide surge pricing notifications for more users to make its app less "complicated".

Trade deal challenges

The UK government must resolve key issues with the EU, including immigrants' access to Britain, as well as trade deals and tariffs.

After Brexit

Now that the British public has voted for Brexit, what exactly will be the economic effects? Here are five areas where experts say we should pay close attention.

Not as secure?

Moody's, one of the big three credit ratings agencies, cuts its outlook for the UK's economy from "stable" to negative".

'Reassurance needed'

UK companies and business organisations say action to shore up stability and confidence is needed following the EU referendum result.

Up in the air

Gatwick may be back in the race against Heathrow to build a new runway following the vote to leave the EU and David Cameron's resignation

Snap, swipe, like

How are fashion retailers responding to the world of smartphones and social media?

Very Important Pets

A look at the growing number of hotels around the world that allow guests to bring their pets with them, and the services they offer the animals.

Cash crop

The number of businesses in the cannabis industry in the US is growing but the legal grey zone the sector falls into can make finding funding tough.

What's up dock?

Horn of Africa trade has pivoted around Djibouti for the last decade. But a new deal for the ancient maritime hub of Berbera, on the Somaliland coast, looks set to change that.

Fight for $15

Seattle became the first major US city to introduce a $15 minimum wage two years ago. What impact is it having on businesses and the economy?

Virtual doctors

Health services for a million people in Zambia are being connected to UK doctors, using a smartphone app.

Be yourself

Qantas boss Alan Joyce explains why it's important to be yourself at work, and the benefits of having a diverse range of people at the top.

Game, dataset and match

As Wimbledon prepares to use emotion-tracking cameras at this year's tennis championships, sport is becoming increasingly digital for fans, players and venues alike.

Duck protests

The Belgrade Waterfront development is being touted by officials as moving the city in a "positive direction" but the project is proving controversial.

High stakes

How former actor Daniel Percival raised the money he needed to launch a yoga studio by successfully spread betting on the financial markets.

Source: BBC News - Business

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Brexit: What will happen to my...?

BBC News looks at some of the practical changes that follow from the UK's decision to leave the EU.

Brexit: Are house prices really going to fall?

Now we've voted to leave the EU, are house prices really going to fall, asks the BBC's Simon Gompertz.

How might Brexit affect your summer holidays?

The BBC's Simon Gompertz looks at how the UK's vote to leave the EU might affect British holidaymakers.

Christine Lagarde: 'We, ourselves, stand ready' for Brexit

Christine Lagarde, head of the International Monetary Fund, gives her reaction to the UK's decision to leave the European Union.

Brexit: Seven economic indicators to watch

What key indicators will investors be looking at now that the UK has voted to leave the European Union?

Ask Andy: What happens to the pound after UK vote?

The BBC's Andrew Verity explains the economic impact the changing value of the pound can have.

The rise and fall of African economies

Colm O'Regan asks why economies in the same continent seem to be moving in different directions.

Living with Sierra Leone's mine closures

After two of the country's largest mines were forced to close, the people of Sierra Leone have struggled to survive.

The path to the top for one hotel general manager

Polish chef Piotr Kupiec has forged a successful career in the hotel industry. Find out how he became general manager of a 5-star hotel in Singapore.

Instagram boss on pitching to the Pope

To mark Instagram reaching more than half a billion active users, its chief Kevin Systrom speaks to the BBC about its growth strategy.

Meet the TTIP campaigners

The Victoria Derbyshire programme meets those campaigning for and against the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership, or TTIP.

The robotic world is a reality for many industries

Are robots replacing us? That's no longer a question, but a reality in many industries.

Why having a diverse workforce pays

Having a more diverse workforce can create real benefits, so what's the best way for companies to reap them?

Yoga boss turns normal advice on its head

Dan Percival, founder of London hot yoga studio Yogacentric, offers the business advice he wishes he had been given before he started out, for the BBC News series CEO Secrets.

My Shop: TokyoToys in Glasgow draws a range of customers

The My Shop series visits TokyoToys in Glasgow, which specialises in Japanese manga comic merchandise and draws a diverse range of customers.

Do we need 'vegetable butchers'?

Sales of vegetables are growing in the UK, leading some supermarkets to experiment with their offering.

County Cork villagers' scheme to create their only shop

Residents in a seaside village in County Cork have joined forces to turn an old Post Office into a village store - after going a year with no shop at all.

Source: BBC News - Business

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