U.K. Urged to Boost Infrastructure Spending to Stem Brexit Slump

  • RBS chairman says Bank of England is running out of options
  • Britain facing potential slowdown after vote to leave the EU

Davies: Brexit Not Biggest Problem for EU Leaders

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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