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Three attackers with suicide vests detonated their explosives at the entrance of Ataturk International Airport after police at a checkpoint shot at them, Turkish officials said. Turkey's prime minister blamed the Islamic State, but there was no immediate claim of responsibility for the fifth major bomb attack in Istanbul this year.
By Erin Cunningham
Washington Post,  Jun. 29, 2016    E-mail this to a Friend
EU-27 will attempt to pick up the pieces from the Brexit vote
By Alex Barker and Jim Brunsden in Brussels
Financial Times,  Jun. 29, 2016    E-mail this to a Friend
Rather than the economics, however, some hedge fund traders are now thinking about investor behaviour, whether so-called “real money” — meaning insurance companies and pension funds managing many multiples of the assets controlled by hedge funds — will begin to shun British assets.
By Miles Johnson, Dan McCrum and Stephen Foley
Financial Times,  Jun. 29, 2016    E-mail this to a Friend
Perception and reality in both spheres are hopelessly interlinked and reflexive
By John Authers
Financial Times,  Jun. 29, 2016    E-mail this to a Friend
Sony is betting on a move into virtual reality to boost its businesses beyond games as it wrestles with a sharp slowdown in sales of image sensors used in Apple’s iPhones.
By Kana Inagaki in Tokyo
Financial Times,  Jun. 29, 2016    E-mail this to a Friend
The only legal way for a Brexit – or for any member state to withdraw from the European Union – is by triggering an obscure and controversial clause in the Lisbon Treaty: article 50. It gives the departing country two years to negotiate the terms of its withdrawal and has never been used before. Tom Clark explains how it works
By Tom Clark and Phil Maynard
The Guardian,  Jun. 29, 2016    E-mail this to a Friend
The decision by Abu Dhabi's crown prince, Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, will combine Mubadala Development Company and the International Petroleum Investment Company, which holds stakes in several energy-related companies and owns most of Abu Dhabi-based Aabar Investments.
By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
The New York Times,  Jun. 29, 2016    E-mail this to a Friend
Brexit poses another problem for central banks struggling to combat low productivity and high debt levels on the path to growth and armed with narrow policy options.
By Rochelle Toplensky and Michael Hunter
Financial Times,  Jun. 29, 2016    E-mail this to a Friend
Jerome Powell, a member of the Fed’s Board of Governors, said ... that the events in the UK had the potential to create new headwinds to growth around the world, including in the US.
By Sam Fleming in Washington
Financial Times,  Jun. 29, 2016    E-mail this to a Friend
The valuation would mark a 25 per cent increase over its previous equity fundraising, and would make it the third-most valuable start-up in the world behind Uber, the car-hailing company, and Xiaomi, the Chinese smartphone maker.
By Leslie Hook in San Francisco
Financial Times,  Jun. 29, 2016    E-mail this to a Friend
Michael Sherwood, co-head of Goldman Sachs in Europe, has apologised to a UK parliamentary hearing for belatedly disclosing that the US bank received a request to provide £40m of financing for the sale of collapsed retailer BHS.
By Martin Arnold, Banking Editor
Financial Times,  Jun. 29, 2016    E-mail this to a Friend
Turkey has faced a string of terrorist attacks over the past year, including several in Istanbul, as it confronts threats from both the Islamic State and Kurdish militants fighting a war with the Turkish state in the southeast.
By TIM ARANGO, SABRINA TAVERNISE and CEYLAN YEGINSU
The New York Times,  Jun. 29, 2016    E-mail this to a Friend
Finally, Ms Merkel is looking at Brexit from a global perspective. She is deeply concerned about Europe’s role in a globalised world.
By Ulrich Speck
Financial Times,  Jun. 29, 2016    E-mail this to a Friend
Six months ago, most City of London bankers had a long list of regulations they wanted to scrap. But the Brexit vote has changed all that.
By Martin Arnold and Caroline Binham in London
Financial Times,  Jun. 29, 2016    E-mail this to a Friend
French President François Hollande said that the City of London would no longer be able to clear euro-denominated trades
By Jim Brunsden and Anne-Sylvaine Chassany in Brussels
Financial Times,  Jun. 29, 2016    E-mail this to a Friend
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