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January 4, 2017 In Blow to ‘Brexit’ Plans, Britain’s Top Envoy to E.U. ResignsSource: NY Times
LONDON — Complicating his country’s already fraught preparations for exiting the European Union, Britain’s top diplomat in Brussels resigned unexpectedly on Tuesday, less than three months before withdrawal negotiations are...
January 4, 2017 Why Trump Tariffs on Mexican Cars Probably Won’t Stop Job FlightSource: Bloomberg
President-elect Donald Trump says he wants automakers to build cars they sell in the U.S at home or pay a hefty tax. On Tuesday he criticized General Motors for building the Chevrolet Cruze hatchback in Mexico. And during the...
January 3, 2017 China to Ease Curbs on Foreign Investment After ComplaintsSource: Memphsis Daily News
BEIJING– The Chinese government said Friday it will ease restrictions on foreign investment in sectors ranging from banking and internet services to rail equipment and motorcycles, in response to mounting complaints from foreign...
January 3, 2017 PM's New Year pledge to heal Brexit wounds: Theresa May vows to negotiate a deal with Brussels which will be embraced by Remain supporters and reunite the nationSource: Daily Mail
Theresa May today pledges to heal the divisions caused by the Brexit vote by negotiating a deal with Brussels which will be embraced by Remain supporters.
December 28, 2016 3 Reasons 2017 Will Be a Pivotal Year for the EuroSource: Fortune
The euro has come a long way since its introduction 18 years ago, and has brought a lot of benefits. This has notably led it to expand from 12 to 19 members in the last decade. Despite these achievements, though, 2017 is unlikely...
December 27, 2016 Clean Brexit Is The Way To Go, Saving UK £24 Billion A Year - Thank You, Goodbye, We're GoneSource: Forbes
Change Britain says UK could save £24bn a year by leaving single market, customs union and ‘burdensome regulations’
December 15, 2016 It's Turning Into a Really Bad Week for China’s MarketsSource: Bloomberg
The benchmark stock index has tumbled 3.6 percent, poised for its worst week since April. The yuan depreciated to its lowest level against the dollar since June 2008, while government bonds plunged, with the 10-year yield surging...
December 15, 2016 Asia markets mostly lower as dollar strength weighsSource: CNBC
Asian markets were mostly lower on Thursday as the dollar rose sharply and investors digest the Federal Reserve's first interest rate rise this year and its hawkish rate outlook for 2017.
December 13, 2016 As U.S. Shale Seeps Into Biggest Oil Market, Saudis Hone DefenseSource: Bloomberg
As Saudi Arabia goes on a shock and awe attack to curb a global oil glut, it’s also playing defense to hold on to its most prized customers.
December 13, 2016 Brexit Bulletin: This Will Take TimeSource: Bloomberg
U.K. Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond told Parliament’s Treasury Committee on Monday that the negotiating period for departing members set out in the EU’s Lisbon Treaty will probably not be long enough to work out...
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