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Posts tagged 'Brexit'

Bentley says Brexit priority is deal with Europe, not the U.S.

By Thomson Reuters 1 month ago 250 Views No comments

* Bentley may do more work on cars abroad if worse EU trade terms

* McLaren Automotive says full tariff would cut sales share in EU

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UPDATE 1-Britain tells business: get ready for post-Brexit border controls

By Thomson Reuters 2 months ago 341 Views No comments

* UK plans import controls on EU goods

* Customs procedures inevitable after Brexit (Adds reaction, trade details)

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The Foundation of the West is Rocked as Tribalism Becomes Normality- Nathan McDonald (10/07/2018)

By Nathan McDonald 2 years ago 2729 Views 2 comments

Never before has the spread of information traveled so quickly or social media been so influential. And never before have problems been exacerbated so rapidly.

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Sometimes It’s Better To Be Lucky Than Good, Populist Edition - John Rubino (30/1/2017)

By John Rubino 3 years ago 12034 Views No comments

Catastrophically-overconfident establishments making (in retrospect) suicidal mistakes opened the door for populist movements that would not otherwise have taken over their respective countries – at least not yet. Their self-inflicted wounds have changed the world.

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This Is What Gold Does In A Currency Crisis, Brexit Edition - John Rubino

By John Rubino 3 years ago 10079 Views No comments

In June the UK shocked the world – or at least the world’s elites – by voting to pull out of the European Union. Economists predicted disaster, EU leaders threatened pain for British exporters and tourists, and the media settled in to watch the UK shrivel and die. Four months later, the appropriate response is a yawn rather than a scream.

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The Demise of the EU - Jeff Thomas

By Jeff Thomas 4 years ago 8162 Views No comments

Back in the 90’s, when the EU had ceased to be a mere trade agreement and had become a full-blown oligarchy that would eventually gobble up most of western and eastern Europe, my belief was that it had not only been a doomed concept, it had additionally been rushed into being far too quickly. Although, at that time, the governments of Europe were gleefully joining up, I said, “I give it twenty years, tops.”

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The FED Will Do Nothing, The Punch Bowl Must Remain Until After the Elections - Nathan McDonald

By Nathan McDonald 4 years ago 10036 Views No comments

Stocks continue to march higher as the world waits to hear the jawboning of Janet Yellen and other key officials in the upcoming Jackson Hole meeting.

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Picking Up the UK Tab - Jeff Thomas

By Jeff Thomas 4 years ago 9139 Views No comments

Britain was never fully married to the EU; she was more a “woman on the side,” but in this case, it was the woman that was picking up the tab for the affair.

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If You Can’t Touch It, You Don’t Own It - Jeff Thomas

By Jeff Thomas 4 years ago 70183 Views 1 comment

The pending Brexit has, not surprisingly, caused a shakeup in the investment world, particularly in the UK. Of particular note is that, recently, asset management firms in Britain began refusing their clients the right to cash out of their mutual funds. Of the £35 billion invested in such funds, just under £20 billion has been affected.

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It’s Not The Event That Matters But The Response To The Event - John Rubino

By John Rubino 4 years ago 8912 Views No comments

Brexit looked like the end of the world — until people figured out that central banks would have to ease in response. Then markets turned positively jubilant with U.S. stocks, for example, hitting record highs. The result: A world of mounting debts, weekly terrorist attacks and even military coup attempts alongside financial assets priced for perfection. Wonder which side is right?

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Stay Home, Order Take-Out, And Fondle Your Gold - John Rubino

By John Rubino 4 years ago 15019 Views No comments

For an example of how far we’ve fallen from the old days of free-range First World entitlement, consider the fact that investment analysts are now judging companies by how well they cater to the needs of the terrified.

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The Brexit Message For Markets - Michael Campbell

By Michael Campbell 4 years ago 11492 Views No comments

Michael Campbell of MoneyTalks recently interviewed Lance Roberts on how the Brexit message of "danger" highlights short and long term ramifications for the markets.

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A Sense of Foreboding - Keith Weiner

By Keith Weiner 4 years ago 10432 Views 1 comment

The prices of the metals were up this week, +$25 in gold and +$0.48 in silver. The gold to silver ratio dropped a fraction of a point, showing that the silver price gain was the greater. This is fairly typical in a market where the prices of the metals are rising (but not guaranteed!).

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Can You Imagine The Fed Raising Interest Rates In This World? Europe In Chaos Edition - John Rubino

By John Rubino 4 years ago 9905 Views No comments

Two short months ago it was generally expected that US interest rates would rise for the balance of the year — a move made possible by steady economic growth and general global stability.

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Four Ways to Sabotage the Brexit Verdict - Jeff Nielson

By Jeff Nielson 4 years ago 14351 Views 2 comments

The Brexit vote is over, and the People “won.” Right? Not so fast. In the Corrupt West, voting for one’s independence and obtaining independence are two different things. Just ask the people of Greece.

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