UK banks have fingers on Brexit trigger: Daily Wealth Letter

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Ian Brodie

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UK banks have fingers on Brexit trigger

HSBC chairman Douglas Flint said some banks may begin triggering their contingency plans in March this year when formal divorce talks start if there is no clarity on whether Britain will retain access to the European single market when it leaves the EU.  READ MORE:

Gray Lady goes for Trump

The prestigious New York Times has waded in on the row over US President-elect Trump’s mimicking of a disabled journalist during last year’s election campaign, a topic raised in no uncertain terms by Meryl Streep at the Golden Globe Awards, in a further sign that turbulent times lie immediately ahead.  READ MORE:

Greeks set to delay tax filing date

The Greek government is expected to pass an amendment in parliament on Thursday extending the deadline for taxpayers to declare their asset and wealth declaration till March 15.  READ MORE:

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