The UK Parliament is having series of Brexit votes during next week. There are different Brexit-options the MPs are voting, like to postpone the Brexit-exit, having no-deal Brexit or making no-Brexit deal impossible. Prime Minister Theresa May has said that she is against extending or making no-deal impossible.
The final Brexit exit-deadline, the March 29, is quite near and business leaders are unsure how the decision-process will continue and what would be the outcome. The Bank of England has warned about different kind of economic disruptions of no-deal Brexit.
According to Bloomberg, these companies have made their decisions to leave the UK or transfer part of the businesses outside the UK: AIG (Luxembourg), Admiral Group (Madrid), CME Group (Amsterdam), Cboe Global Markets (Amsterdam), Chubb (France), JP Morgan (Frankfurt), Liberty (Luxembourg), Pantheon (Dublin) and RSA (Luxembourg).
In the financial markets the big issues like the US-China trade talks are still in the process, but one of the US Goverment issues, the shutdowns will be ended by the Fed 15th.
During one month period, the Dow Jones -index has gained over 7 %, S&P 500 -index over 7 % and Nasdaq 8,8 %. In London the FT-SE 100-index has gained 1 %, while in Paris the index has gone up by over 5 % and in Frankfurt nearly 7 %. In Asia, the Tokio Nikkei index has gained 3,7 % and in Hong Kong the Hang Seng index 8,10 % during the period.