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Today's Paper: Europe

Today's Paper Europe

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Cameron Pledges Further EU Reforms as ‘Brexit’ Campaign Enters Last Day A1

Prime Minister David Cameron pledged in the final hours of campaigning to pursue greater EU reforms if Briton backed his call to stay in the bloc in Thursday’s referendum.


Brexit’s Real Impact Would Be Gradual and Global A2

Anxious prognosticators worry a British vote to leave the European Union will tank the country’s financial markets and precipitate a recession. Those predictions are largely guesses, and probably overwrought. The greater consequences are more subtle, gradual, and global, Greg Ip writes.



The Obama-Lew Business Tax Raid A10

Treasury’s new rules give more power to the IRS.

Business & Tech.

Tech Companies Weigh Their Interests Before ‘Brexit’ Vote B1

Technology executives and lobbyists say if the U.K. leaves the EU it could deepen battles on regulatory issues they have had with the bloc—while creating new obstacles for them to do business in the U.K.

Money & Investing

U.K. Property Market Braced for Possible Brexit Vote B7

If Britons vote to leave the European Union on Thursday, real-estate prices—from homes to London office towers—are expected to drop, but a weaker pound could spur a buying spree among foreign investors.