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Wall Street Journal

The Unlikely Winners of the U.S.-China Trade War, Round 1

If Donald Trump ignited a trade war with Beijing, among the victims would be big U.S. exporters. Yet shares of those companies have outperformed since Nov. 9. An index of …

Protectionism, political risk threaten euro zone economy revival – Reuters poll

Potential anti-establishment upsets in national elections in France, the Netherlands and Germany, alongside a global rise in protectionism pose the biggest threats to the euro zone economy, according …

Financial Times

Lira claws back after losses after surprise central bank hold

Huh. Turkey’s lira has clawed back its losses this afternoon after a surprise decision from the country’s central bank not to take decisive action to protect the currency …

A Bleak Year Ahead For The U.K.

23/01/2017 Tim Davis of Fathom Financial Consulting talks about the economic outlook for the week ahead. Watch the video here    

The Times

Why Brexit means a bigger debt burden for Britain

In announcing that Wednesday’s autumn statement would be the last (at least until a future chancellor decides to reinstate it), Philip Hammond abandoned one recent tradition. He has, …

UK current account deficit widens to near record levels as weakened pound fails to boost exports

The expected boost to exports prompted by the weakened pound has failed to materialise, sending the country’s current account deficit back up towards record levels, new figures suggest. …

Trump rhetoric raises spectre of 1930s-style trade war with Asia

US President-elect Donald Trump’s promise to shrink a trade deficit with China through punishing tariffs wouldn’t just hurt the world’s second-biggest economy — it would also damage the …

Politics, Not a Fed Rate Increase, Will Shape the Fates of Emerging Markets Now

The Fed’s expected rate increase has been telegraphed so far in advance that the only crises economies will be facing this time around will be ones of their …

How Australia’s household debt binge has left the country vulnerable as economy shrinks

Australia suffered its biggest economic contraction since the financial crisis in the third quarter, as torrential rain and falling business investment left the country at risk of slipping into its …

Greece could profit from Europe’s political turmoil but needs all the friends it can get: Economist

Political uncertainty across Europe, such as Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi’s resounding referendum defeat over constitutional reform, could push the European Central Bank (ECB) to start buying Greek …

Money Week

What happens next, now that Italy has voted ‘no’

Forget Brexit, forget Trump – the Italians have just shown us how to reject a government. Matteo Renzi, the Italian prime minister, has lost his referendum on constitutional …

Pound gains against the euro amid fears over Italy’s referendum

The pound has closed at its highest level against the euro in three months after nervous currency traders adopted a cautious approach ahead of Italy’s constitutional referendum on …

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