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Registration on Brexit referendum may be extended

Daily newspaper The Guardian reported that British officials are going to extend registration of the referendum about possible exit of Britain from the EU. Yesterday was the last day of registration, all interested persons were able to enter the website of the election commission, and make their names in database. However, many Britons were unable to apply for voting because of technical problems the website.

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Fight against offshore companies in London

According to research by The Guardian, more than 40 thousand objects of residential and commercial property in London belong to offshore companies with a closed personal information. In addition, over the past ten years, this value has increased by 9%.

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The German government will compensate part of the electric cars cost

The German government decided to support purchases of electric vehicles. Future owners of cars with electric motors will soon be able to receive bonus money from the state, according to "Deutsche Welle".

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Auto sales have grown in the United States

According to the report from WardsAuto, US auto sales for April 2016 increased by 3.4% against the background of the same period last year. Number of sold cars rose to 1.5 million units, and for the period from January to April grew by 3.2%, or 5.56 million vehicles.

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International consulting company McKinsey believes that the "golden era" of the western stock market is over

According to their report, which was prepared in cooperation with the international Institute of McKinsey, as well as with their expert group, "golden era" of investments and capital will soon be over. Calculations show us that the profitability of investments in next 20 years, including dividends and securities, in the future will significantly fall against the backdrop of values of the last 30 years. For many large investors, it would be shocking news. Because many of them born and grew up in the "golden era". And long period of low returns will force them to take unpleasant decisions, which are not identical with their usual lifestyle.

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Airbus profit has halved April 28, 2016
Airbus profit has halved

The European aerospace company Airbus Group published a report in which it is reported that the company's net profit decreased from 792 million euros to 399 million in January-March 2016. Operating profit excluding individual circumstances decreased by 23%, according to the press release this level is 501 million euros.

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Volvo: Reducing profits and revenues

Swedish automaker Volvo AB, which ranks second in the world on the number of manufacturing trucks, reduced net profit for January-March 2016 by 11.3% to 3.77 billion kronor, equivalent to $463.3 million. According to a report by The Wall Street Journal, previously experts predicted decrease of this indicator to 2.92 billion kroons.

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Britain could leave the EU

The largest banking group Lloyds from Britain reported that potential leaving of the UK from the European Union (Brexit) may soon lead to economic instability. "In the long run it is difficult to predict effects of the UK leaving from the EU, because it is not yet clear which model of behavior will choose country, left the alliance", - says BBC.

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US is going to expand sanctions against Russia on the background of "Panama" scandal

The United States is going to explore the huge array of documents, which became public after a leak from the Panamanian law firm. Bloomberg reports that the investigation will be aimed at identifying people who could help to circumvent sanctions to persons who are in the "black list" because of the events around Ukraine.

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Confidence of dollar after release of employment data

The dollar has managed to recover some of its lost positions against the euro after the release of employment data on the US non-farm sector. However, the US currency is still under pressure due to the Federal Reserve can not determine the pace of interest rate rises.

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