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  • Beijing Brexit Britain CSI Canadas
    A Chinese commerce ministry spokesman said on Thursday China and the United States are in close contact over trade and that any U.S. trade delegation would be welcome to visit.
  • Brexit Britain Canadas China Chinese Meng Wanzhou
    Oil prices held firm after data showed on Thursday inventory declines in the United States and as investors began to expect that the global oil market could have a deficit sooner than they had previously thought.
  • New Winners In Global Trade Wars
    Dec 13,2018 06:40 pm by Forbes
    APBI Amsterdam Association Australia British Pharmaceutical Industry
    Corporations around the world are growing increasingly concerned about the immediate threats posed by a number of different global trade disruptions, ranging from the U.S. trade war with China to Brexit.
  • Business Highlights - The New York Times
    Dec 13,2018 05:51 pm by The New York Times
    China United States York annual fisheries economics austin hub
    In China, delivery will be offered from 2,000 stores in 30 cities by the end of this year, up from 150 stores at the end of September.
  • Beijing Bengaluru Brexit China Chuck Mikolajczak
    Under Armour (UAA.N), hitting a five - day losing streak, slid 5.2 percent on Thursday after the sportswear maker forecast 2019 revenue growth and profit below Wall Street estimates.
  • Beijing Bengaluru Brexit Britains China
    The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 36.28 points, or 0.15 percent, to 24,490.99, the S &P 500 lost 11.64 points, or 0.44 percent, to 2,639.43 and the Nasdaq Composite dropped 55.77 points, or 0.79 percent, to 7,042.54.
  • On the Eve of Brexit, U.S. Banks Are Set to Conquer Europe
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    Dec 13,2018 03:18 pm by Bloomberg
    BNP Paribas Bloomberg Brexit Deutsche Bank JPMorgan
    The UBS trading floor is no more, and Deutsche Bank is the latest European bank retreating from the U.S. In equities trading this year, Wall Street commands 60 percent of global revenue, compared with Europe’s 34 percent, according to data compiled...
  • America Merrill Lynch Armour Austin Bank Charles Schwab
    "Utilities and consumer staples are two key defensive sectors where people go when they are trying to hide from volatility," said Randy Frederick, vice president of trading and derivatives for Charles Schwab in Austin, Texas.
  • Brexit Britain European Union United Kingdom big banks
    The most worrying scenario for business is one where Britain crashes out of the European Union without a deal, leading to new trade barriers.
  • No Happy New Year for Central Banks Fretting on 2019 Outlook
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    Dec 13,2018 01:10 pm by Bloomberg
    BOEs Brexit Frankfurt Reserve area
    Central bankers’ concerns about the coming year were on display on Thursday as they warned the global economy could be entering a period of great uncertainty.
  • Stocks are mostly lower as banks and retailers fall
    Dec 13,2018 01:08 pm by Los Angeles Times
    Aetna CVS France KEEPING SCORE Reserve
    The European Central Bank said it will end its bond - buying economic stimulus program at the end of the year, but it trimmed its forecasts for economic growth across Europe.
  • ECB Ends Historic Stimulus Push in Bet Economic Growth to Endure
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    Dec 13,2018 11:21 am by Bloomberg
    Germany Governing Council Italy analysis announcement
    The Swiss and Norwegian central banks left policy unchanged, though the Swiss National Bank cut its inflation outlook.
  • The Complicated Politics of the Gilets Jaunes Movement
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    Dec 13,2018 10:45 am by The New Yorker
    BFMTV Champs Elysees France Hayat Paris
    The gilets jaunes movement began in November, when thousands of people across France spontaneously organized to block roads and the roundabouts that lead into nearly every town in France, dressed in their yellow motorist’s vests, in order to...
  • Wall Street gains on trade optimism
    Dec 13,2018 10:37 am by Reuters
    China DJI Nasdaq barrel bitter trade dispute
    (Reuters) - U.S. stocks rose for a second day on Thursday, led by technology stocks, as sentiment was boosted by signs of progress between the United States and China over their bitter trade dispute.
  • What Does the Vote of Confidence in Theresa May Mean for Brexit?
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    Dec 13,2018 09:43 am by The New Yorker
    Britain Commons European Court House Jeremy Corbyn
    Earlier this week, Theresa May, the British Prime Minister, cancelled a vote in the House of Commons on her deal to withdraw the United Kingdom from the European Union, and a Labour member of Parliament was ejected from the Commons for grabbing an...
  • APP Catherine Evans European Central Bank FRANKFURT Italy
    That all leaves ECB President Mario Draghi with a delicate balancing act: appearing confident enough to justify the end of the 2.6 trillion euro ($2.95 trillion), four - year - long QE scheme, but sounding sufficiently concerned to keep cool...
  • ECB formally ends quantitative easing, leaves rates unchanged
    Dec 13,2018 08:05 am by The Globe and Mail
    APP Italy United States bad news broader economy
    The ECB’s problem is that growth is weaker than policy - makers thought even just weeks ago, while the predicted rise in underlying inflation has failed to materialize, putting in doubt some of the bank’s assumptions about the broader economy.
  • ECB Frankfurt actual data alternative means announcement
    The ECB president is expected to stick to the plan made six months ago to end bond purchases at 2.6 trillion euros ($3 trillion), arguing that the euro area’s fundamentals are still sound enough to support the buildup of inflation.
  • Britain Brussels Commons European Union London
    London, United Kingdom - British Prime Minister Theresa May has arrived in Brussels for talks with European Union leaders over her Brexit deal, the morning after surviving a vote of confidence.
  • Stocks wait for ECB signals, pound strong after Brexit drama
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    Dec 13,2018 07:05 am by Reuters
    Brussels China ECB FILE PHOTO additional concessions
    UK Prime Minister Theresa May’s survival in a late night no - confidence vote has not changed the markets’ views on Brexit but along with signs of a tentative truce in the U.S. - China trade war and progress in Italy it was enough to keep them jolly.
  • Alistair Burt Andrew Cawthorne Bank Britain Brussels
    Brexit Minister Stephen Barclay said May, who has been shuttling round Europe for months, would seek assurances Britain would not be tied to the European Union indefinitely post - Brexit, as her party critics fear.
  • Brexit Turmoil: May Is Destiny's Child
    Dec 13,2018 06:04 am by Bloomberg
    Bloomberg Opinion Britons Destinys Child European Union John Major
    Therese Raphael even argues for Bloomberg Opinion that the vote on May’s leadership was effectively a referendum between "no - deal " and some kind of softer Brexit.
  • Bern SNB Switzerland appreciation commercial banks
    BERN, Switzerland (Reuters) - The Swiss National Bank kept its ultra - loose monetary policy in place on Thursday, citing the "fragile" exchange - rate situation and international tensions as reasons to maintain its expansive course into a fourth...
  • Brexit CAC China Composite DAX
    The European Central Bank is expected to end its bond buying program but present a gloomy outlook on growth.
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    Formed just three years ago Revolut already has 3.2 million customers and it looks set to gain more after gaining a European banking license.
  • ECB to stop its printing presses even as concerns grow
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    Dec 13,2018 04:23 am by Reuters
    Brexit ECB Mario European Central Bank France Italy
    The long - flagged end of bond buys must be irreversible for the sake of credibility, but with France and Italy in political turmoil, Brexit in flux, a global trade war still looming large and growth slowing, ECB chief Mario Draghi will be keen to...
  • Asian shares rally on U.S.-China trade thaw
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    Dec 13,2018 03:32 am by Reuters
    Beijing China Sino analyst asian equity markets
    U.S. crude rose 0.3 percent to $51.31 a barrel as trade tensions eased, and Brent crude futures gained 0.5 percent to $60.47 per barrel.
  • London account brexit looms business lending chief executive
    Revolut, the first London - based fintech to receive a European banking license, joins a growing number of firms that have secured permission to offer banking accounts and loans.
  • Brussels Edition: May’s Next Fight
    Dec 13,2018 03:29 am by Bloomberg
    Brexit Brussels EUs Eonia Euribor
    EU General Court rules on challenges by the cities of Brussels, Paris and Madrid against a 2016 European Commission decision to increase Euro - 6 emissions standards for light passenger and commercial vehicles.
  • Brussels GMT Italy agenda asset purchase
    Italian bonds are rallying this morning after Rome bowed to pressure from the European Union and ripped up its tax and spending plans for 2019.
  • Brexit Latest: What Happens Now?
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    Dec 13,2018 03:17 am by Bloomberg
    Bloomberg Cabinet Chartered Surveyors Goldman Sachs Guardian
    If the prime minister cannot get her exit terms approved by U.K. lawmakers, yesterday’s triumph will mean little, and the nation will be on course for a no - deal Brexit and the economic and political chaos that follows.
  • Theresa May, China, Michael Cohen: Your Thursday Briefing
    Dec 13,2018 02:26 am by The New York Times
    China Huawei Theresa York Times administration
    The penalty for President Trump’s former lawyer, above, was partly for his role in a hush - money scandal that could threaten Mr. Trump’s presidency.
  • BENGALURU Commerzbank Reuters addition aggressive stance
    Meanwhile, spot palladium was trading at a premium to gold, with prices of the autocatalyst metal rising about 1.5 percent to $1,262 an ounce.
  • Brexit Keeps Bruising U.K. Housing Market as Sales Outlook Dims
    2 more articles like this
    Dec 13,2018 02:20 am by Bloomberg
    Christmas Clubley England Gascoigne Halman KingWest
    We expect the market to remain difficult for the next two years.
  • Asian shares rally on U.S.-China trade thaw
    Dec 13,2018 02:10 am by Reuters
    Beijing China Sino analyst asian equity markets
    MSCI’s broadest index of Asia - Pacific shares outside Japan rose 0.8 percent, building on early gains made after British Prime Minister Theresa May survived a no - confidence vote.
  • Here's What to Watch in European Stocks This Morning
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    Dec 13,2018 01:44 am by Bloomberg
    ECB Italy Stoxx addition appetite
    The ECB is not the only central bank on the slate for Thursday, with decisions due in Switzerland, Norway and in Turkey, which will be worth watching for any signs the central bank is planning an interest rate cut in the near future.
  • Pound holds most gains as PM May survives vote but Brexit in peril
    6 more articles like this
    Dec 13,2018 01:17 am by Reuters
    Beijing Britain China DXY Daiwa Securities
    The offshore yuan CNH=D4 traded at 6.8717 per dollar, after strengthening almost half a percent from 6.8980 per dollar during the previous session.
  • Morning News Call - India, December 13
    Dec 13,2018 01:12 am by Reuters
    China KKR action additional data afternoon
    GMF: LIVECHAT - OIL OUTLOOK Reuters correspondents Amanda Cooper and Jessica Resnick - Ault take your questions about energy markets in the rapid - fire, weekly segment " Lock, Stock and Barrel " at 8: 00 pm IST.To join the conversation, click on...
  • Asian Bob Michele China European Fed
    A JPMorgan global emerging market bond index denominated in U.S. dollars now offers a yield of over 7 percent versus around 5.5 percent at the start of the year, Refinitiv data shows.
  • Aquis Brexit Britain City EUs
    "It could be a slow puncture," said City of London leader Catherine McGuinness, flagging a steady drain of talent and activity from an industry that has wielded little influence in Brexit negotiations even though it generates about 10 percent of...
  • Asian shares, sterling up on pause in Brexit, trade fears
    8 more articles like this
    Dec 12,2018 10:27 pm by Reuters
    China Japan MSCIs Nasdaq Composite asian shares
    SHANGHAI (Reuters) - Asian shares and the pound moved higher on Thursday as investors breathed a sigh of relief after British Prime Minister Theresa May survived a no - confidence vote, and as China appeared to be taking more steps to meet U.S.
  • BTPs Berenberg Brexit Britain Chris Scicluna
    LONDON, Dec 12 (Reuters) - Italian bond yields fell on Wednesday after a source in the prime minister’s office said Italy was to present the EU with revised 2019 budget numbers.
  • Theresa May, China, Michael Cohen: Your Thursday Briefing
    2 more articles like this
    Dec 12,2018 08:45 pm by The New York Times
    China George Pell Huawei Vatican York Times
    The penalty for President Trump’s former lawyer, above, was partly for his role in a hush - money scandal that could threaten Mr. Trump’s presidency.
  • Brexit Chartered Surveyors Institution Rics agents
    The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (Rics) said its monthly indicators for demand, supply and prices fell to multiyear lows in November.
  • Scottish Budget for 2019-20 unveiled
    Dec 12,2018 08:20 pm by BBC
    Andrew Cowan Brexit Budget Bill Chancellor Constitution Committee
    Scotland's finance secretary has said he will not pass on a tax break for higher earners that was announced by the Chancellor in his UK budget.
  • Before the Bell: What every Canadian investor needs to know today
    1 more article like this
    Dec 12,2018 08:18 pm by The Globe and Mail
    Asia China OPEC Reuters Russia
    Rising crude prices have helped underpin the loonie although a lack of major Canadian economic reports on Wednesday suggests that the currency will be at the mercy of the broader markets. ...
  • Brexit Europe Financial Times additional applications banking licence
    The company sought an additional a full banking licence in Lithuania earlier this year as a result of Brexit uncertainty, which it plans to passport across Europe in 2019.
  • England average bigger risk brexit uncertainty building pipeline
    The latest report from the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) predicts that the number of homes being sold - and their prices - will fall over the next three months.
  • Brexit Turmoil: May Is Destiny's Child
    1 more article like this
    Dec 12,2018 07:11 pm by Bloomberg
    Bloomberg Opinion Britons Destinys Child European Union John Major
    Therese Raphael even argues for Bloomberg Opinion that the vote on May’s leadership was effectively a referendum between "no - deal " and some kind of softer Brexit.
  • Bafin Berlin Twitter addition appeal
    Germany is trying to mitigate market turmoil from the U.K. leaving the European Union without a deal by giving British financial firms a chance to continue operations in the country and making relocation more viable.