EU backtracks on post-Brexit share trading curbs The FT
• EU regulators have shied away from plans to force EU investors to trade some of the UK’s biggest companies in the bloc rather than in London in the event of a no-deal Brexit.
• The European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA) withdrew guidance that would have prevented EU banks and fund managers from trading such names as Anglo American, BP and Vodafone, their deepest and biggest markets.
No renegotiating Brexit deal after May’s resignation MLex
• The Brexit deal will not be renegotiated after the UK elects a new prime minister, European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker and several EU national leaders have said, echoing comments made by Mrs. May’s office earlier today.
• “I was crystal clear. There will be no renegotiation,” Juncker said today, pouring cold water on pledges made by some of May’s potential successors to go back and negotiate a new agreement. Brexit party in talks to join far-right group in EU parliament The Guardian
• Nigel Farage’s Brexit party has been in talks to join the far-right group in the European parliament.
• The party is keeping its options open about its future allies, a party spokesman has said.
• The talks between the Brexit party and Italy’s far-right League were first revealed by Marco Zanni, a League MEP, who said talks were going well and could be wrapped up next week.