Sebastian Veteral, UK, Parliamentary Election discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe


Eighteen world cup pumped they battled to a point against serbia a one one draw in belgrade sees them four points off the hosts who sit top of group d manager chris coleman says there's still plenty to play four people up four points before gives the play away bridge up absolutely under the summary the bush the gop and we're looking forward to the mainland the challenges left homeless while republic of ireland six second in the same group offer one old drew against austria in dublin jonathan wolf scored in the eighty fifthminute to secure the point for martin o'neill's side britain's lewis hamilton and clinched the canadian f one grand prix to narrow the gap on championship leaders sebastian veteral the mercedes driver was barely troubled isn't made serene progress to finish ahead of teammate veltri to ask rickles daniel ricardo was third a place ahead of federal who now has a twelve point advantage over hamilton rafael the prove the mazda of clay once again is he clings to record ten th french open tennis title hispanic swept aside world number stand veteran in straightsets dropping only six gains in the process that was christ calls the weather sports and now we all just getting threesome headlines froma the eu capable kosta i tv they all speaking to david davis the brexit says secretary andy saying that the britain wants to be outside of the single market or at least the government wants to be outside of the single markets as well as the customs union he's also talking about a one hundred percent unswerving support all theresa may he says that it's the height of selfindulgence to talk over ditching may off the laws tweaks inconclusive parliamentary election let's talk more about this now from a market perspective joining us in our studio is deemed town europeana uk economist at day ups wealth management very good morning to you now i think it's fair to say that the market reaction to the uk election result has been fairly new to the ball perhaps the uk what did you think by is and do you think that it will continue i think it's going to continue.

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