Why Luxembourg Wants to Continue Business With London

Luxembourg Finance Minister Pierre Gramegna said his country is the "obvious choice" for London-based banks that may be required to move employees to maintain unfettered access to the European Union’s single market after Brexit. "We are an important international financial center," Gramegna told Bloomberg's Francine Lacqua on "The Pulse." "After London, we are the first and obvious choice. We have already many British players in our country." Luxembourg, already a hub for investment-fund administration, is among secondary European business centers making a pitch to businesses large and small who want to secure access to the single market.

Deutsche Bank Says Economy Not Top Issue for Voters
25:50 - Stefan Schneider, chief German economist at Deutsche Bank, discusses the outcome of the German election, his outlook for the economy and how much risk he sees in the Brexit negotiation for German industry. He speaks on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe." (Source: Bloomberg)
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