Sweeping tax cuts and 10 new freeports

Morning,UK Finance Minister Mr. Sunak isn’t yet tired of inflating the government’s push to hike the demand. Following his last week’s multi-billion pounds of the package, the Chancellor is anticipated, as per the Telegraph (UK), to introduce sweeping tax cuts and an...

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UK / EU Talks, UK interest rates, and US coronavirus status

Good Morning,The UK/EU trade talks continue this week in London after last week’s negotiations were cut short with little progress made.Both sides have agreed to accelerate talks but the main areas of disagreement: fishing access, the role of the ECJ, and a level...

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Jobs availability, The Sterling and Boris Johnson, Second Wave.

After the loss of 20m jobs in April alone for the US, expectations were high that May’s non-farm payrolls report would produce further job losses in the millions. This turned out to be far from true, as the numbers for May confounded expectations with 2.5m jobs added,...

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Market strain, UK lockdown and the under performing GBP

There have been signs of strain across most markets in recent days, but the risk recovery came to a shuddering halt on Friday as US indices sold sharply lower. The Federal Reserve remains highly accommodating but is rightfully very cautious on the economic recovery....

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US sanctions on China and Brexit talks

US President Trump is threatening China with new economic sanctions as the already fragile relationship between the two superpowers sours further. Already vocal about China’s involvement in the spread of the COVID-19 virus, President Trump is now taking China to task...

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