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Apple Inc.'s CEO Tim Cook has said he's "very optimistic" about Britain's future outside the EU. Not everyone feels the same. Airlines, carmakers, and banks are all warning of business disruption and trying to plan for the worst. But a general election in June might be just the trick for bringing needed clarity to long-term U.K. investors.

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Great. Another campaign, lots more political bickering followed by an epoch-defining, once-in-a-lifetime vote. Can’t get enough of those.

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Starting from today, we will be saying goodbye to something most of us have handled and looked at every day for decades - in many cases all of our lives. Familiar in its dull goldish colour, its surprising weight and its thickness, the £1 coin has been in circulation since April 21, 1983. 

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National Savings & Investments' new three-year bond, whose launch was confirmed by the Chancellor in today's Budget, will pay no more than other savings accounts.

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Pensioners with "defined benefit" pension arrangements could lose up to 30 per cent of their retirement income under controversial new plans being considered by the Government.

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Demand from overseas investors is expected to support British commercial property this year even as the UK prepares to leave the European Union, an industry survey showed on Thursday.

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Savers who open a new Lifetime Isa when it’s launched on April 6 could lose up to £1,900 in bonuses from the Government if they are not extremely careful.

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A quarter of the value of commercial property deals that were in the market on June 23, the day of the EU referendum, has since fallen through as investors tread cautiously amid uncertainty around Brexit negotiations.

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So, the Bank of England has cut interest rates by 0.25pc – the first time that it has touched the base rate for seven and a half years. Is it the right call? Your answer to that question may be somewhat shaded by whether you are a borrower or a saver.

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Britain’s divorce from the European Union is not going to be easy given there is no precedent and no planning was done before the historic referendum result. A bit more than one month on, here’s what we know -- and what we still have to find out -- about the key issues facing investors and executives as officials work out exactly what Brexit will mean.

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