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Europe Initiates Deal to Return Refugees to Afghanistan

The European Union made a deal with the Afghanistan government. The agreement was signed on Sunday. Europe officials denied that the repatriation deal was a condition.

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BoE Warns Over Post Brexit Economic Crisis, Majority Economists Also Presume Same Consequences

Just after two days of IMF cautions, BoE has warned over blink economic outlook in post-Brexit era. Prior to that BoE governor has described Brexit as the biggest domestic financial stability risk. BoE and its governor have drawn criticisms from the pro-Brexit campaigners following clear stance against leaving EU.

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Finnish FM Faces Party Leadership Challenge From Right Wing MP

Elina Lepomäki, a right wing MP from National Coalition Party, has announced vying for party leadership with Alexander Stubb, the Finnish Finance Minister. In Finland, party leaders generally steps down from the cabinet membership, also following defeat in leadership challenge. NCP is scheduled to elect its new chair during the party congress in June.

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‘The Hundred Group’ Members’ Consensus Survey To Decide Whether To Take Public Stance on Brexit

Members of The Hundred Group are being surveyed over their planning centering the referendum poll on Brexit. The group members are the finance directors of Britain’s largest listed as well as private companies. The survey appears following difficult past experiences in cases of other membership based business organizations prior to the referendum.

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Capitalism vs Nationalist Emotions: London Exchange Considers Consensus Poll

London Stock Exchange has been considering for holding a consensus poll on its proposed controversial £21 billion merger deal announced on Wednesday. Deutsche Boerse CEO has warned of possible American investment if the proposed deal fails to take place. However, the information of polling has fueled debates while analysts consider those as irrelevant.

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German Utility E.ON Incurred Losses Doubled In 2015, Mulling For Focusing On Renewables

E.ON incurred losses has doubled in 2015 and forecasts for a gloomy 2016 due to historic low energy tariff and transformation of Germany towards renewables. Tremendous growth in the subsidized sector has forced the conventional energy firms to squeeze their businesses. Following the industry trend, E.ON has also planned for transformation focusing on renewables.

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