A growing number of the British lean towards staying in the EU.
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The union strongly denounces illegitimate annexation of the Crimean Peninsula by Russia.
Right now, there is a shortage of investors, willing to take risks.
The UK GDP shows resilience in the economy surrounding Brexit, while OPEC prepares to finalize the deal.
Federal Reserve will cut two planned hikes to just one this year.
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It is planned to issue 2.25 million 5-Euro coins.
The price of the bullion cut through the $1300 support level falling to a pre-Brexit as the Dollar gains strength ahead of the Non-Farm Payrolls.
UK will not receive any trading privileges from former partners.
The famous Wall Street tycoon Warren Buffett decided to withdraw its share from the most famous brands of sweets and chewing gum in the United States – Mars and Wrigley.
Discouraging manufacturing data from China pulls down the energy market.
Manufacturing PMI report in June shows that the industrial sector in China is stalling.
The uncertainty drove the GBP into a steep decline.