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City of London Group plc (CIN.L)

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Previous close4.50
Bid0.00 x 1000000
Ask0.00 x 1000000
Day's range4.11 - 4.11
52-week range2.50 - 11.25
Avg. volume74,770
Market cap1.64M
PE ratio (TTM)-19.40
Earnings dateN/A
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  • Reuters - UK Focus3 days ago

    EU warns Britain: Don't assume free trade deal for the City

    European Union leaders will warn Britain it cannot assume its big financial services industry will be included in any free trade deal after Brexit, diplomats said on Monday after fixing negotiating terms in a draft document. Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May, who will open negotiations with the EU in June assuming she wins a snap election she called last week, singled out banking and other financial services among her priorities for a future trade deal with the bloc after Brexit. "The 27 will not necessarily consider financial services in a free trade agreement, as Theresa May has expected," one said after aides to the 27 EU leaders, who will meet to agree the terms on Saturday, endorsed a draft of the so-called guidelines.