The Council adopted a decision providing a maximum of €500 million in macro-financial assistance to Tunisia. The aim is to support economic stabilisation of the country and a substantive reform agenda, contributing to reducing its external financing gap. The support will be shared with the IMF, which on 20 May 2016 extended the arrangement under its extended fund facility for Tunisia for US$2.9 billion.
The European Commission takes note of the outcome of the UK Referendum.
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In June 2016, the DG ECFIN flash estimate of the consumer confidence indicator remained broadly stable in both the EU (-0.1 points to -5.8) and the euro area (-0.3 points to -7.3) compared to May.
EMU Deepening, CSRs, Anti-Tax Avoidance and Anti-Terrorism Financing.
The European Commission welcomes the agreement on the reform of Money Market Funds (MMFs) that was reached today at the Permanent Representatives Committee (COREPER) of the Council.