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Day: July 9, 2018

Sterling’s Fortune Reversed after Boris Johnson Resignation

While the reaction to former Brexit Minister David Davis was largely muted, the situation seemed to change drastically after adding former Foreign Minister Boris Johnson. Prime Minister Theresa May wanted to provide certainty to UK businesses with her locked up meeting in the Chequers with cabinet last Friday on a unified Brexit position. But now …

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GBP/USD Blasted by BoJo Bowing Out, Bears Watching 1.3205 and 1.3050

“There are decades where nothing happens; and there are weeks where decades happen.” -Vladamir Lenin With respect to the early 20th century Soviet leader, pound traders no doubt feel like they’ve seen a decade’s worth of Brexit news crammed into just the first 24 hours of the trading week already! – advertisement – The …

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Market Uncertainty Following Boris Johnson Resignation

Market uncertainty over Brexit has reached new heights after Boris Johnson resigned as Foreign Secretary this afternoon. This will be the second crushing blow to Theresa May, following the resignation of former Brexit Secretary David Davis over the weekend. With heightened political risk in the United Kingdom weighing heavily on sentiment, investors may remain hesitant …

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Red-state governor sticks with Trump on China trade war but warns US farmers can’t take much more pain

Republican Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson told CNBC on Monday that he gives “confidence and latitude” to President Donald Trump in the China trade war but urges a quick resolution for the sake of the nearly 48,000 family owned farms in his state. “I continue to support the president,” Hutchinson said. “But we feel it’s appropriate …

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Mastercard is in talks with UK banks about launching cards with fingerprint scanners

Mastercard is holding talks with banks in the U.K. about bringing biometric payment cards to market. The credit card firm has been testing cards with in-built fingerprint scanners, which are used to verify customers’ identities. This is intended to replace the use of passwords and speed-up the process of making payments online and contactless transactions …

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How the trade war is changing minds in Tennessee, a Senate battleground

Jimmy Tosh’s sprawling hog farm in rural Tennessee is an unlikely battleground in the fight for control of the U.S. Senate. Yet his 15,000 acres (6,000 hectares) two hours west of Nashville showcase the practical risks of President Donald Trump’s trade policies and the political threat to red-state Republican Senate candidates such as Tennessee’s Marsha …

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Sterling Strengthens Broadly as Davis Resignation is Seen as Good For Soft Brexit

Quick update: Sterling drops notably after Foreign Minister Boris Johnson finally resigns. judging from the current price action, Boris’s resignation seems to be taken more seriously by the markets than Davis’s. The global stock markets are in positive mood today. Major European indices open higher, following the strengthen in Asian markets. At the time of …

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Economic change: Mexico is missing the main target

The Mexican economy has been remarkably a consistent performer since the 1994 tequila crisis.  Annual GDP growth has averaged 2.48% and, while there have been some peaks and troughs, economic performance has been remarkably consistent regardless of who has formed the government. It hasn’t mattered whether they are relatively left or right-leaning, whether they have …

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