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Although fears about Italy’s political crises have subsided, tension in Europe remains high thanks to President Trump’s dreaded steel tariffs which come into effect today. It’s a decision that has tested the tempers of world leaders and risks sparking a full-scale trade war between the US, Europe and other...
If anything could provoke more volatility in the markets, it would be the recent double-whammy from US President Donald Trump. Not only has a hefty trade ultimatum been sent China’s way, but, on the 8th of May, Trump withdrew the US from the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action –...
Last week, fake-news re-entered the headlines when President Donald Trump threatened to remove the credentials of any media outlet publishing “negative (fake)” stories. However extreme this eradication of anything but Trump-friendly reportage seems, it’s overshadowed by the law Malaysia passed at the beginning of April this year. The “Anti-Fake...
As tension mounts in the Middle East, positive steps continue to be made in the Far East between North Korea and its rivals. Early yesterday morning, three US citizens touched down on home soil, having been released from captivity in North Korea only hours before. The move likely constitutes a goodwill...
Italy is the latest country facing choppy waters amid the rising tide of nationalism and protectionism. Yet the financial markets remain strangely numb to the news that a coalition government between two populist, anti-EU parties in the EU zone’s third-largest economy is becoming increasingly likely. An inconclusive election result in...
Last year, Turkey’s citizens voted in a referendum which would dramatically up the stakes for its next election. In April 2017, article 18, which changed the country’s parliamentary system to an executive presidency, was marginally passed with 51.4% of the vote. Under its implementation, the president holds executive power,...
This week, President Donald Trump threatened to escalate the US-China trade war with yet another round of tariffs on an additional $200billion worth of Chinese goods. He waded into Germany’s immigration debate, whilst facing a major backlash over his latest immigration tactics, which involve separating children from their families...
New York’s recently appointed attorney general is suing the US President Donald Trump and some of his children on the grounds that the charitable foundation he heads has illegally misused donations. On Thursday, Barbara Underwood filed a petition at the New York Supreme Court in Manhattan to dissolve the Trump...
When the Bank of America’s strategists sat down to compile their report for the week ahead, they certainly weren’t short of things to talk about. This week, there are presidential meetings, G7 reactions, Brexit decisions, interest rate hikes and more trade tariffs – enough to potentially shape the world’s...
Italy is in massive argument with EU, as it rejected Italy’s high spending budget twice As UK is preparing for Brexit and Italy is arguing with EU over its budget deficit, Euro is suffering heavily, currently residing at 1.1400 followed by a slight USD softening. There is chance...