FC Weekend

  • Jun
    By Guy Faulconbridge & Kate Holton, Reuters

    Britain has voted to leave the European Union, forcing the resignation of PM David Cameron and deali­ng the biggest bl­ow to the Eu­ropean project of greater unity since Wo­rld War II.

  • By Andy Bruce & William Schomberg, Reuters

    Britons have voted to leave the European Union, a decision which leaves the world’s fifth-biggest economy facing deep uncertainty about its growth prospects and its attractiveness to investors, and which

  • By Alastair Macdonald, Reuters

    Britons voted in a referendum on Thursday to leave the European Union. Following are answers to key questions on what will happen next in Britain's relations with the bloc:

  • Jun
    By Herbert Lash & Marc Jones, Reuters

    Global capital markets reeled on Friday after Britain voted to leave the European Union, with $2 trillion in value wiped from equity bourses worldwide, while money poured into safe haven

  • The one question that ev­ery Indian retail investor would ask following Friday’scarnage across global stock markets is how worse will things get from hereon. The contagion from Bruit rattled

  • The rupee seems to have got away with minor bruises on Friday in the midst of a global financial markets bloodbath triggered by Britain’s vote to quit the European Union.

  • Indian companies will not be spared of the collateral damage arising from the Brexit.
    Domestic companies with large exposure in Britain and European Union (EU) will feel the

  • By Prabhudatta Mishra & Nirbhay Kumar

    Amidst concerns over the fallout of Brexit on India’s bilateral trade and investment, the government on Friday said the country’s macro-economic fundamentals were sound and had “solid firewalls” in terms