U.K. Urged to Boost Infrastructure Spending to Stem Brexit SlumpBy
RBS chairman says Bank of England is running out of options
Britain facing potential slowdown after vote to leave the EU
Britain’s biggest banks are urging Prime Minister Theresa May to increase spending on infrastructure projects to stave off a Brexit-induced slump, as the nation’s central bank runs out of options to stimulate the economy.
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