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Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne deliver a speech on the potential economic impact to the UK on leaving the European Union (EU), at a B&Q Store Support Office, on May 23, 2016 in Chandler's Ford, near Eastleigh, England. Osborne warned that Brexit would lead Britain into a 'year-long recession'. (Photo by Daniel Leal-Olivas - WPA Pool/Getty Images)

Brexit Boom: UK Companies Growing After Brexit Vote

(REUTERS) – British companies continued to grow modestly in the three months to November and are expected to keep up that pace into 2017, a survey showed on Sunday, chiming with a resilient picture for the British economy so far since June’s EU referendum vote.

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Remain Supporting Virgin Enjoys Brexit Boom

(REUTERS) – British lender Virgin Money Holdings Plc (VM.L) reported a 19 percent jump in nine-month gross mortgage lending, and said customer demand continued to be strong after Britain’s vote to leave the European Union.

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Sterling Firms On Calm Over Brexit

(REUTERS) – Sterling rose on Wednesday amid indications Britain may avoid an aggressive and potentially damaging exit from the European Union, while the dollar hit a seven-month high against a basket of major rivals ahead of the release of Federal Reserve meeting minutes.

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Brexit Shock Has Been Digested, IFO Economist Says

(REUTERS) – The shock over Britain’s decision to quit the European Union has been overcome for now, Ifo economist Klaus Wohlrabe told Reuters on Monday after the institute’s monthly survey showed business morale in Germany surging in September.

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Brexit Boom: Sterling Rebounds Against The Dollar

LONDON, Sept 22 (Reuters) – Sterling rebounded from a five-week low against the dollar on Thursday, boosted by renewed weakness in the greenback after the Federal Reserve kept monetary policy steady and projected a less aggressive path for rate hikes in coming years.

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Tourists And Shoppers Flock To Brexit Britain

LONDON (Reuters) – The sharp fall in sterling since Britain voted to leave the European Union has encouraged tourists to go on a spending spree, providing a little relief for the economy as it faces an overall sharp slowdown.