NZ mansion Kim ‘Dotcom’ lived in up for sale
The lavish New Zealand mansion where controversial tech businessman Kim ‘Dot Com’ once lived is on the market for more than $40 million.
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Central banks 'ready to cooperate'
Central bankers have said they are prepared to support financial stability measures put in place by the Bank of England after the UK voted to leave the EU.
Moody's cuts UK's credit rating outlook
Ratings agency Moody's says the Brexit vote and resignation of PM David Cameron will herald a prolonged period of uncertainty for the UK.
Brexit talks must be quick: ECB's Villeroy
Banks based in London could loose their so-called EU passport to operate across the bloc's capital market unhindered, a senior ECB figure says.
Brexit won't hurt Game of Thrones: HBO
HP, Apple fighting forced labour: report
Eurozone exports fall for third month
Central banks move to calm jittery markets
Trip to UK now much cheaper
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Aust share market tumbles on Brexit
Investors wipe $56 billion off the Australian share market on concerns about the economic fallout after Britain voted to leave the European Union.
Worst day in 10 months as Wall Street
World stocks tumble after Brexit vote
Brexit lands fund chief a double winner
Brexit vote means Fed stays put
Britain's FTSE closes down 3.2 %
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