News Headlines - 01 July 2016

U.K. Banks Get BOE Help With Capital Minimums in Weaker Economy - Bloomberg

U.K. banks made it through the initial Brexit turmoil without undue stress on their liquidity or borrowing costs. Now the Bank of England is moving to reassure investors that even a recession, and the potential impact on earnings and asset prices, won’t put them at risk of breaching minimum capital levels.

Kazuo Ishiguro on his fears for Britain after Brexit — FT.com

Did the UK vote for xenophobia? The acclaimed novelist argues that a different referendum is the only way to find out

The Chosun Ilbo (English Edition): Daily News from Korea - Samsung Denies Chairman Is Dead

Samsung has denied rumors of the death of chairman Lee Kun-hee, who has been in a coma since a heart attack in late 2014. The corporate behemoth in a statement denounced rumors on social media that the mogul had passed away.

Istanbul airport attack: ISIS leadership involved in planning, Turkish source says - CNN.com

Turkish officials have strong evidence that ISIS leadership was involved in the planning of the Istanbul airport terrorist attack, a senior government source told CNN on Thursday.

Euro 2016: Fans go wild as Wales secure semi-final place - BBC News

Wales fans are celebrating as the football team secured its place in its first ever semi-final in a major tournament.
The stadium in Lille, France, and Cardiff's fan zone erupted with cheers when the final whistle blew in the Euro 2016 quarter final game, which ended 3-1 against Belgium.








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