European Union

  1. Brexit: Would the Norwegian Model Work for the ...

    Is the Norwegian model a good solution for Britain after Brexit?
  2. Britain Votes to Leave the EU

    Market turmoil could create opportunity, but this time the opinion polls got it right. ...
  3. Brexit Bad for Facebook, but Not Why You Think ...

    The media giant could take a significant hit to it business if Britain's decision ...
  4. Who Bought What Amid Brexit Carnage (EPC, CMG)

    Many fund managers running premium funds used the Brexit event to cherry pick key ...
  5. 5 Key Takeaways From the Brexit Vote

    We see five key takeaways from the UK’s 52% to 48% vote to break with the European ...
  6. Chart of the Week: Where to Find Opportunities ...

    This week’s chart helps explains where to potentially find attractive value in a ...
  1. Brexit Bad for Facebook, but Not Why You Think ...

    The media giant could take a significant hit to it business if Britain's decision ...
  2. Who Bought What Amid Brexit Carnage (EPC, CMG)

    Many fund managers running premium funds used the Brexit event to cherry pick key ...
  3. Brexit Puts Big UK Banks at Risk

    The uncertainty from last week's Brexit vote increases the risk of a U.K. recession, ...
  4. US Banks Preparing to Relocate After Brexit

    As the UK is likely to lose its financial privileges with the EU following the Brexit ...
  5. How Will Brexit Affect the EU Employment Market?

    Now that Britain has voted to leave the European Union, how will that decision affect ...
  6. 3 UK Stocks to Play After Brexit (ARMH, CNHI)

    These UK companies have carved well-defined price patterns that may support long ...
  1. In what ways does Bayesian probability support the probability default model when ...

    Learn what happened in the European debt crisis. It became a heated argument between the hawks and doves who argued the merits ...
  2. How do wholly owned subsidiaries operate in the European Union?

    Find out how wholly owned subsidiaries and their parent companies are treated in the European Union, specifically regarding ...
  3. What nations other than the U.S. have risk-free interest rates?

    Find out which countries have risk-free rates of returns. This is typically the yield on a 3-month note, and it can be negative ...
  4. How do value-added taxes work in the European Union?

    Take a closer look at value-added taxes in the European Union, which is a hidden tax on all goods at every stage in the production ...
Hot Definitions
  1. GBP

    The abbreviation for the British pound sterling, the official currency of the United Kingdom, the British Overseas Territories ...
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  3. European Union - EU

    A group of European countries that participates in the world economy as one economic unit and operates under one official ...
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  5. Brazil, Russia, India And China - BRIC

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  6. Brexit

    The Brexit, an abbreviation of "British exit" that mirrors the term Grexit, refers to the possibility of Britain's withdrawal ...
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