Prorogation of Parliament Causes a Stir

UK politics erupted once again as Boris Johnson announced that he was to call an end to the current parliamentary session for up to five weeks beginning as early as ...

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September 2, 2019

UK Public finances weaken

The UK public sector net borrowing data for July was released last Wednesday, showing that the usual July surplus was lower than last year. Furthermore, while the UK government received ...

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August 27, 2019

Argentine Assets Selloff

Last week saw the Argentine Peso and the county’s equities sell-off aggressively as the populist Mr Fernandez significantly outperformed the incumbent Macri in the Primary elections. This is the first ...

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August 19, 2019

German Industrial Output Sinks

Figures out last week showed that industrial output in the Eurozone’s largest economy sank by 1.5% month on month in June, significantly more than the 0.4% contraction predicted by economists. ...

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August 12, 2019
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