Tourism accounts for 14% of the Portuguese economy. The country is an especially popular destination for Brits keen to soak up the sun. Now there are fears that there could be clouds on the horizon.
Predicting the stock market is notoriously difficult. Some behavioral economists even say it's impossible. UK-based financial astrologist Christeen Skinner advises her clients to seek guidance in the stars.
Belfast once led the world in shipbuilding, the Titanic its most iconic offspring. But with the bankruptcy of Harland and Wolff, another nail is being hammered into its coffin as a no-deal Brexit looms ever closer.
Portugal is now outpacing Spain as Europe's fastest-growing tourism market. But the small nation is struggling to meet the industry's steep demands.
Profits have plunged at Ryanair and Easyjet, while 43% of troubled tour operator Thomas Cook's summer holidays remain unsold. The travel sector can only lick its wounds and wait out the Brexit uncertainty.
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