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Businesses, markets wait with bated breath for UK-EU compromise deal

If there is no agreement, corporations and other institutions are likely to insist on an adjustment period

Anti-Brexit protesters demonstrating in Westminster, London, on Tuesday. If there is no compromise between the parties, British PM Boris Johnson is firm that the UK will leave the EU at the end of October with no deal. Such a scenario is wracked with uncertainty for nations on both sides of the Channel.


BUSINESS leaders, currencies and stock markets are on tenterhooks hoping that the European Union (EU) will accept proposals of British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and somehow forge a Brexit deal.

Mr Johnson will meet two key EU players this week - first, German Chancellor...

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