The recent Brexit result has sparked unease among many financial workers in London.
EU pushes through corporate tax avoidance rules
Despite Brexit continuing to cause shockwaves across Europe, the EU has taken steps aimed a cracking down on tax avoidance.
Markets calm after Brexit shock, despite fractured Conservative Party
The FTSE 100 has recovered all of the ground lost in the immediate aftermath of Brexit, but Boris Johnson's decision to pull out of the race to be the next PM has prompted further questions.
What does Brexit mean for data protection?
The UK's decision to leave the EU has prompted a number questions relating to data security.
Over 75% of cloud apps are not ready for EU data rules
New measures under the EU's GDPR are set to come into force from May 2018.
OECD warns of negative impact of low interest rates and government policies on economic growth
The OECD has warned that low interest rates could be harming long-term global growth.
EU ambassador to Turkey steps down
Hansjoerg Haber, the European Union's ambassador to Turkey has left his role following comments made regarding the country's ability to meet EU criteria for visa-liberalisation.
Cyber-security talks could help to mend strained US-China relations
Recent talks between the US and China over how best to deal with cyber crime suggest a renewed partnership between the two countries.
US calls on China to bring down barriers to foreign businesses
Senior US officials claim China needs to do more to embrace US businesses operating in the country.
How would Brexit affect data sharing between the UK and the rest of the EU?
Experts have warned that exiting the EU could bring about a period of uncertainty in terms of how the UK deals handles data from Europe.