• The European Trade Wars Begin Trump Trade Advisor Accuses Germany Of Using Grossly Undervalued Euro

    Trump Breaking News Network - The European Trade Wars Begin Trump Trade Advisor Accuses Germany Of Using Grossly Undervalued Euro. The Trump administration just fired the first shot in the US-European currency, and thus trade, wars when Trump's top trade advisor Peter Navarro accused Germany of using a “grossly undervalued” euro to "exploit the US and its EU partners", the FT reported noting the comments are "likely to trigger alarm in Europe’s largest economy." News of the statement sent the EURUSD surging and the dollar tumbling to fresh 2 month lows. Navarro, the head of Mr Trump’s new National Trade Council, told the Financial Times the euro was like an “implicit Deutsche Mark” whose low valuation gave Germany an advantage over its main partners. While not necessarily novel - Germany...

    published: 01 Feb 2017
  • Amplify Trading EU Wrap - 17th July 2017

    Piers Curran reviews today's economic data out of the US and some of the major moves from today's European session,

    published: 17 Jul 2017
  • EU III From Trade Block to European Government

    How did the EU go from a trade agreement to a multinational European government? Do you want to support Europe? Go to 'My Country? Europe'. Seeing the economic benefits, more countries WANTED to join. They were Spain, Norway, Denmark, Ireland, and the UK. The last four had actually tried joining a couple of years ago but De Gaulle, ever afraid that the UK and USA would try to dominate the European Communities, vetoed their ascension. Well, the French had elected a new president so they tried applying for membership a second time. Spain was refused on the basis that it was a dictatorship. The other four countries held a referendum where the citizens could vote on whether to join the European communities or not. The Norwegians voted against, the other 3 countries voted in favour. And so ...

    published: 13 Mar 2017
  • Active trade in European session after IFO data (26.06.2017)

    Today the euro/US dollar currency pair skyrocketed after the release of important data on the German economy. According to IFO experts, business economic index hit a fresh all-time low, reaching 115.1. The latest figure was the highest since 1991. Analysts expected the index to correct to 114.4. Meanwhile, current assessment of the German economy grew more optimistic. The index rose to 124.1 in June from 123.3 in the previous month. Experts believed that the index will stay at the same level. The German business expectations index increased to 106.8 in June from 106.5 in May. Economists had expected the index to climb to 106.4. The published results indicate strong expansion of Europe's largest economy. However, it is unknown could it be regarded as a sign of rapid growth of the total eur...

    published: 26 Jun 2017
  • Political situation shapes market sentiment in European trades (07.07.2017)

    The British pound/US dollar is trading under pressure today amid weak economic data released by the UK. The British currency was stubbornly climbing against the US dollar, but all efforts turned out to be in vain. The pound/dollar pair sank to a daily low of 1.2960 and now is trading at 1.2910. The traders’ sentiment abruptly changed amid the release the UK industrial production data. The corresponding index edged down by 0.1 percent in May, following a 0.2 percent rise in the previous month. Economists had expected a 0.4 percent increase. Investors are discouraged by the latest readings and the release of Germany's statistics. According to official data, industrial production in Germany increased by 1.2 percent in May after a 0.7 percent increase in the previous month. Analysts expected...

    published: 07 Jul 2017
  • European trades full of surprises (01.06.2017)

    Moreover, the US dollar is expected to put pressure on the British pound after the release of important US data today. If the indicators exceed market expectations, then the euro is most likely take a downward swing. https://www.instaforex.com

    published: 01 Jun 2017
  • European Market Update | June 20, 2017

    Sterling, Yen and Oil in focus today. Sterling shows an average 0.3% decline versus the dollar, euro and yen. Cable is trading under 1.2600 for the first time since April 18.  Weakness also in Crude prices  which is at a new seven-month low.

    published: 21 Jun 2017
  • Choppy trading seen in European session

    The European trading session is quite tense today as the United Kingdom has finally taken its historical step. But at first, let us take a look at the chart of the euro-dollar pair. The single currency is weakening against its American counterpart, coming closer to the level of 1.0760. Market participants shifted their attention to the US federal funds rate. The Fed officials have continuously said that the monetary policy is likely to be tightened two times this year. France is also awaiting some changes this year. Many experts are still concerned over the possibility that Marin Le Pen, the leader of the National Front, will win the French presidential election. On the other hand, other experts say that France is not ready to leave the European Union, so Marin Le Pen has little chances t...

    published: 29 Mar 2017
  • President Juncker - Video message to the European Steel Day

    Brussels, 10 May 2017 - President Juncker today gave a welcome message to guests assembled at the European Steel Day 2017. The European Steel Day is an annual event that sees stakeholders from industry, policy and civil society come together to discuss steel-related issues. Trade, the environment, innovation and social affairs are top priorities for the sector. In his welcome message, President Juncker says: "As many of you know, the steel industry has always been special to me. My father was a man of steel and growing up, the local plant he worked at was also the heart of our community, it was the social centre where people came together and of course, it was the largest employer and drove the local economy just like it did in cities across Europe, such as Sheffield, Ostrava and Katowi...

    published: 11 May 2017
  • European Parliament votes on EU-Canada trade deal

    Subscribe to France 24 now: http://f24.my/youtubeEN FRANCE 24 live news stream: all the latest news 24/7 http://f24.my/YTliveEN The European Parliament is voting to approve the EU-Canada trade deal, known as CETA. The agreement removes 99 per cent of trade tariffs between the partners, but critics have raised concerns over arbitration and other issues in the deal. Also today, could the Nokia 3310 be making a comeback? Visit our website: http://www.france24.com Subscribe to our YouTube channel: http://f24.my/youtubeEN Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/FRANCE24.English Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/France24_en

    published: 15 Feb 2017
  • Ex US ambassador destroys EU case that shock Brexit divorce bill must come first

    A FORMER British ambassador to the US hit out at European Union Brexit negotiators who say the UK’s divorce bill needs to be tied up first before further talks. Sir Christopher Meyer highlighted Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty as he said the UK was “entitled” to negotiate other sticking points to its withdrawal from the Brussels bloc at the same time. Chief negotiator Michel Barnier has always insisted financial obligations and the rights of EU citizens in Britain must be thrashed out before future trade relations are discussed. Speaking on the Today programme, on BBC Radio 4, Sir Christopher said: “What the notorious Article 50 says in its second paragraph is that the divorce will take account of the framework for the future relationship with the union. “So what actually Article 50 it...

    published: 18 Jul 2017
  • HISTORY CHANNEL -European trade

    The European's trade in Asia resulted in many sea battles and ship wrecks in the South China Sea. As a consequence, much of the ships ceramic cargo was destroyed. Sten Sjostrand

    published: 09 May 2016
  • European trade unions call on EU to stop trade ties with Israel

    29 European trade unions accuse the EU of complicity in Israeli crimes against Palestinians. At a seminar in Brussels, the unions, representing more than 3 million workers, called on the EU to scrap a trade deal with Tel Aviv due to its breaches of international law. Jerome Hughes reports from the Belgian capital. Watch Live: http://www.presstv.com/live.html Twitter: http://twitter.com/PressTV LiveLeak: http://www.liveleak.com/c/PressTV Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/PRESSTV Google+: http://plus.google.com/+VideosPTV Instagram: http://instagram.com/presstvchannel Dailymotion: http://www.dailymotion.com/presstv

    published: 21 Nov 2016
  • An Investor’s Guide to Trading European Stocks Right Now

    There’s a simple playbook for how to trade the Eurozone. Before we get to that, let’s contextualize why using the most recent news out of Europe. If you’re surprised to see Greek bailouts in the news again, don’t be. It’s been nearly eight years since worries first emerged about Greece. The problem isn’t fixed. In meetings this past Monday, Eurozone finance ministers came to a new "common understanding" between Greece and its European creditors. This could unlock the next stage of IMF bailout dollars. Over the next few days, IMF officials will return to Greece to discuss labor market issues, along with pension and tax reforms. Euro-area equity markets popped on the news Tuesday. That’s why European equities (specifically the German DAX) are overbought today, says Hedgeye CEO Keith Mc...

    published: 23 Feb 2017
  • European judges create a minefield of trade conditions in ruling

    The European Court of Justice has determined every single national and regional parliament across the European Union must approve a new trade deal with Singapore. This poses a worrying precedent for Theresa May and her Brexit ministers who had hoped only the European Commission would be needed to secure approval. This means the UK’s post-Brexit trade deal will need to be approved by dozens of parliaments across the bloc - including those in several countries who said the country must be punished for leaving the union. It risks a repeat of the calamitous EU-Canada trade deal, which was initially vetoed after being opposed by just one Belgian regional parliament. The ruling by the ECJ said approving the Singapore deal does not “fall within the exclusive competence of the EU”. It sa...

    published: 16 May 2017
  • Historic speech: Justin Trudeau addresses European Parliament

    Prime Minister Justin Trudeau showed the European Union some much needed love today in a highly-anticipated speech following its ratification of the free trade pact with Canada. Subscribe to CTV News to watch more videos: https://www.youtube.com/ctvnews Connect with CTV News: For the latest news visit: http://www.ctvnews.ca/ For a full video offering visit the CTV News Network: http://www.ctvnews.ca/video CTV News on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CTVNews CTV News on Twitter: https://twitter.com/CTVNews Watch CTV News on Twitter: https://twitter.com/WatchCTVNews CTV News on Google+: https://plus.google.com/+CTVNews/posts CTV News on Instagram: https://instagram.com/ctvnews/ CTV News on Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/ctvnews --- CTV News is Canada's most-watched news...

    published: 16 Feb 2017
The European Trade Wars Begin Trump Trade Advisor Accuses Germany Of Using Grossly Undervalued Euro

The European Trade Wars Begin Trump Trade Advisor Accuses Germany Of Using Grossly Undervalued Euro

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Trump Breaking News Network - The European Trade Wars Begin Trump Trade Advisor Accuses Germany Of Using Grossly Undervalued Euro. The Trump administration just fired the first shot in the US-European currency, and thus trade, wars when Trump's top trade advisor Peter Navarro accused Germany of using a “grossly undervalued” euro to "exploit the US and its EU partners", the FT reported noting the comments are "likely to trigger alarm in Europe’s largest economy." News of the statement sent the EURUSD surging and the dollar tumbling to fresh 2 month lows. Navarro, the head of Mr Trump’s new National Trade Council, told the Financial Times the euro was like an “implicit Deutsche Mark” whose low valuation gave Germany an advantage over its main partners. While not necessarily novel - Germany has often been accused of being the biggest winner from a weak euro at the expense of peripherla Europe - his views suggest the new administration is focusing on currency as part of its hard-charging approach on trade ties, according to the FT. Furthermore, virtually assuring a deterioration in US-German relation, and in a departure from past US policy, Navarro also called Germany one of the main hurdles to a US trade deal with the EU and declared talks with the bloc over a Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership dead. Source: http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2017-01-31/euro-surges-after-trump-trade-advisor-accuses-germany-using-grossly-undervalued-curr http://trumpbreakingnewsnetwork.net Trump Breaking News Network - TBNN https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6KZ... https://youtu.be/G_hiCayNZbE For the latest new about Donald Trump and his presidency. Stay tuned. Share and like. 'Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for 'fair use' for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use' Category News & Politics License Creative Commons Attribution license (reuse allowed)
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Amplify Trading EU Wrap - 17th July 2017

Amplify Trading EU Wrap - 17th July 2017

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Piers Curran reviews today's economic data out of the US and some of the major moves from today's European session,
https://wn.com/Amplify_Trading_Eu_Wrap_17Th_July_2017
EU III   From Trade Block to European Government

EU III From Trade Block to European Government

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How did the EU go from a trade agreement to a multinational European government? Do you want to support Europe? Go to 'My Country? Europe'. Seeing the economic benefits, more countries WANTED to join. They were Spain, Norway, Denmark, Ireland, and the UK. The last four had actually tried joining a couple of years ago but De Gaulle, ever afraid that the UK and USA would try to dominate the European Communities, vetoed their ascension. Well, the French had elected a new president so they tried applying for membership a second time. Spain was refused on the basis that it was a dictatorship. The other four countries held a referendum where the citizens could vote on whether to join the European communities or not. The Norwegians voted against, the other 3 countries voted in favour. And so 6 countries became 9. Greece joined later in 1981… which I’m SUUUURE isn’t going to cause any problems in the future. Greenland became independent in 1985, held a referendum, and left the European Community as it doesn’t agree with its fishing regulations. Spain and Portugal overthrew their dictatorships and were now allowed to join the European Communities as DEMOCRACIES in 1986. Bringing the number to a grand total of 12 members. In 1975 the European Regional Development Fund was created. Its purpose is to transfer money from rich REGIONS, not countries, to poor regions to improve infrastructure, attract investment, and create jobs. This type of activity currently accounts for over 1/3 of EU spending. I’ll leave this map here if you want to pause the video and take a closer look. Funny thing. One of the reasons the UK voted to leave the EU in 2016 was because they did not want to spend their money on poorer eastern European countries. Well do you know who the biggest supporter was of this fun? The UK. They went so far as to make this a major issue when they joined the EU, pressuring the rest to create this fund. Why? Because at the time, the UK had many of the poorest regions in Western Europe and they received large sums of money to build up their economy. There is some irony for you. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/averythingchannel/
https://wn.com/Eu_Iii_From_Trade_Block_To_European_Government
Active trade in European session after IFO data (26.06.2017)

Active trade in European session after IFO data (26.06.2017)

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Today the euro/US dollar currency pair skyrocketed after the release of important data on the German economy. According to IFO experts, business economic index hit a fresh all-time low, reaching 115.1. The latest figure was the highest since 1991. Analysts expected the index to correct to 114.4. Meanwhile, current assessment of the German economy grew more optimistic. The index rose to 124.1 in June from 123.3 in the previous month. Experts believed that the index will stay at the same level. The German business expectations index increased to 106.8 in June from 106.5 in May. Economists had expected the index to climb to 106.4. The published results indicate strong expansion of Europe's largest economy. However, it is unknown could it be regarded as a sign of rapid growth of the total eurozone's GDP? Experts do not hurry to give forecasts on that particular subject. Still, economic data published today raised optimism among traders. As a result, the euro rose against the US dollar. The euro/US dollar pair broke the resistance at 1.1200 and then corrected to 1.1170. Most likely, investors are cautious ahead of two speeches of ECB President Mario Draghi scheduled for today. Tomorrow Draghi will also speak on ECB Forum on Central Banking in Portugal, which will last until Wednesday. The forum will end with a discussion between the heads of the central banks of Canada, Japan, the UK, and of course the ECB. Undoubtedly, this meeting will determine the further movements of trading instruments in the forex market. https://www.instaforex.com
https://wn.com/Active_Trade_In_European_Session_After_Ifo_Data_(26.06.2017)
Political situation shapes market sentiment in European trades (07.07.2017)

Political situation shapes market sentiment in European trades (07.07.2017)

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The British pound/US dollar is trading under pressure today amid weak economic data released by the UK. The British currency was stubbornly climbing against the US dollar, but all efforts turned out to be in vain. The pound/dollar pair sank to a daily low of 1.2960 and now is trading at 1.2910. The traders’ sentiment abruptly changed amid the release the UK industrial production data. The corresponding index edged down by 0.1 percent in May, following a 0.2 percent rise in the previous month. Economists had expected a 0.4 percent increase. Investors are discouraged by the latest readings and the release of Germany's statistics. According to official data, industrial production in Germany increased by 1.2 percent in May after a 0.7 percent increase in the previous month. Analysts expected a slowdown to 0.3 percent. However, it is not the only reason for the growth of the euro against the US dollar. Yesterday the euro/greenback pair got support from the bullish sentiment formed amid the release of the ECB meeting minutes on the future monetary policy. The minutes revealed that ECB officials pointed to acceleration of economic growth and low inflation in the region. However, ECB President Mario Draghi stated that the pressure on consumer prices is temporary. His comments gave investors hope for changing the monetary policy and winding down the stimulus program. Today the euro looks attractive ahead of the G20 Summit, which takes place in Germany. Analysts believe that the euro/dollar pair will close this trading week in positive territory. https://www.instaforex.com
https://wn.com/Political_Situation_Shapes_Market_Sentiment_In_European_Trades_(07.07.2017)
European trades full of surprises (01.06.2017)

European trades full of surprises (01.06.2017)

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Moreover, the US dollar is expected to put pressure on the British pound after the release of important US data today. If the indicators exceed market expectations, then the euro is most likely take a downward swing. https://www.instaforex.com
https://wn.com/European_Trades_Full_Of_Surprises_(01.06.2017)
European Market Update | June 20, 2017

European Market Update | June 20, 2017

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Sterling, Yen and Oil in focus today. Sterling shows an average 0.3% decline versus the dollar, euro and yen. Cable is trading under 1.2600 for the first time since April 18.  Weakness also in Crude prices  which is at a new seven-month low.
https://wn.com/European_Market_Update_|_June_20,_2017
Choppy trading seen in European session

Choppy trading seen in European session

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The European trading session is quite tense today as the United Kingdom has finally taken its historical step. But at first, let us take a look at the chart of the euro-dollar pair. The single currency is weakening against its American counterpart, coming closer to the level of 1.0760. Market participants shifted their attention to the US federal funds rate. The Fed officials have continuously said that the monetary policy is likely to be tightened two times this year. France is also awaiting some changes this year. Many experts are still concerned over the possibility that Marin Le Pen, the leader of the National Front, will win the French presidential election. On the other hand, other experts say that France is not ready to leave the European Union, so Marin Le Pen has little chances to take the lead. Meanwhile, the crucial event in the United Kingdom has grabbed traders’ attention. Prime Minister Theresa May has signed the letter addressed to the European Union, triggering the exit process. The pound-dollar pair is trading higher amid this news, but the rise is likely to be limited ahead of Theresa May’s speech. Forex analysts expect the sterling to extend gains against the greenback. https://www.instaforex.com
https://wn.com/Choppy_Trading_Seen_In_European_Session
President Juncker - Video message to the European Steel Day

President Juncker - Video message to the European Steel Day

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Brussels, 10 May 2017 - President Juncker today gave a welcome message to guests assembled at the European Steel Day 2017. The European Steel Day is an annual event that sees stakeholders from industry, policy and civil society come together to discuss steel-related issues. Trade, the environment, innovation and social affairs are top priorities for the sector. In his welcome message, President Juncker says: "As many of you know, the steel industry has always been special to me. My father was a man of steel and growing up, the local plant he worked at was also the heart of our community, it was the social centre where people came together and of course, it was the largest employer and drove the local economy just like it did in cities across Europe, such as Sheffield, Ostrava and Katowice. And while it may look different to how it did during my childhood, the steel industry is just as important for Europe. I do not say this just out of romance, today’s steel sector provides jobs for more than 300,000 people across Europe and it is also one of our most innovative and forward-looking sectors. Today’s steel plants look nothing like the ones my father worked in, they are modern, they are energy efficient, they make niche and high tech products and the sector is a magnet for pioneering research and development. The cutting edge helps to make Europe’s steel sector a world leader, and one of the jewels of our industry. Over the last decades, it has faced some serious challenges from job losses and closures to unfair competition from abroad. That’s why since the very first day I took office, I promised to defend and promote our steel industry. We’ve invested in industry through the investment plan. That investment has helped a small distributor in Poland to introduce new services and create new jobs. It has helped cutting edge producers in Italy to improve its products and environmental performance. These investments will help keep Europe competitive. I make no secret that I believe in openness and trade with partners around the world. But I am not a naive free trader. I believe in level playing fields and fair competition. That is why we have shown our teeth when we had to, by adopting anti-dumping and anti-subsidy measures. And we will not hesitate to act when others destroy the market or don’t play by the rules. That is also why the Commission has proposed to strengthen our trade defence instruments. I call on our member states and on parliament to speed up that work so we can defend our industry as strongly as possible. Let me assure you that Europe will continue to stand up for steel."
https://wn.com/President_Juncker_Video_Message_To_The_European_Steel_Day
European Parliament votes on EU-Canada trade deal

European Parliament votes on EU-Canada trade deal

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Subscribe to France 24 now: http://f24.my/youtubeEN FRANCE 24 live news stream: all the latest news 24/7 http://f24.my/YTliveEN The European Parliament is voting to approve the EU-Canada trade deal, known as CETA. The agreement removes 99 per cent of trade tariffs between the partners, but critics have raised concerns over arbitration and other issues in the deal. Also today, could the Nokia 3310 be making a comeback? Visit our website: http://www.france24.com Subscribe to our YouTube channel: http://f24.my/youtubeEN Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/FRANCE24.English Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/France24_en
https://wn.com/European_Parliament_Votes_On_Eu_Canada_Trade_Deal
Ex US ambassador destroys EU case that shock Brexit divorce bill must come first

Ex US ambassador destroys EU case that shock Brexit divorce bill must come first

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A FORMER British ambassador to the US hit out at European Union Brexit negotiators who say the UK’s divorce bill needs to be tied up first before further talks. Sir Christopher Meyer highlighted Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty as he said the UK was “entitled” to negotiate other sticking points to its withdrawal from the Brussels bloc at the same time. Chief negotiator Michel Barnier has always insisted financial obligations and the rights of EU citizens in Britain must be thrashed out before future trade relations are discussed. Speaking on the Today programme, on BBC Radio 4, Sir Christopher said: “What the notorious Article 50 says in its second paragraph is that the divorce will take account of the framework for the future relationship with the union. “So what actually Article 50 itself concedes is that you can’t do the divorce bill first and then the future relationship. “You are entitled to do both at the same time, at least in its framework and that is going to change things, obviously.” Brexit secretary David Davis and his team raised eyebrows on Monday as they were snapped inside Mr Barnier’s office, in a photo which revealed the lack of notes they brought to the meeting. EU negotiators were seen sitting behind piles of stacked up documents. But Sir Christopher denied a lack of documents meant little preparation. Asked if it was important to be pictured with a lot of documents in front of you, he said: “No, it’s a load of rubbish. “Particularly when you’ve got photographers in the room. “If there’s one rule that you obey when you go into a negotiation, it’s that when you have the photocall, you do not reveal any of the documents that you have tucked away in your briefcase or one of your aides is carrying for you. “So the fact that David Davis and his two henchmen had nothing infront of them apart, as you say, one notepad, does not reveal that we have no position at all but rather Barnier’s teams’ rashness in flashing their papers before photographers.” Mr Davis left Brexit talks in the Berlaymont building in Brussels to return to Britain around two hours after arriving, although UK officials stressed that he had been working in Brussels since Sunday evening and would be in constant contact with negotiators before returning once more on Thursday. They added that a sizeable British negotiating team of 90 officials will remain in the Belgian capital throughout the week doing the heavy lifting of the talks, helping iron out technical details of the divorce. It is understood that, after arriving in the Belgian capital last night, Mr Davis held meetings with high-ranking British officials including Sir Tim Barrow, although he only met with Mr Barnier yesterday. In a statement DExEU said yesterday: "The Secretary of State travelled to Brussels yesterday to kick-start the second round of negotiations to leave the European Union. "As with any other international negotiation, those talks have now moved to technical working level discussions where over 90 UK officials will meet with their counterparts in the Commission enabling multiple conversations to take place at once. “David Davis and Michel Barnier will be updated throughout the talks, before returning to negotiating table later this week. This approach is entirely consistent with all international negotiations, including the G7 and G20."
https://wn.com/Ex_US_Ambassador_Destroys_Eu_Case_That_Shock_Brexit_Divorce_Bill_Must_Come_First
HISTORY CHANNEL -European trade

HISTORY CHANNEL -European trade

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The European's trade in Asia resulted in many sea battles and ship wrecks in the South China Sea. As a consequence, much of the ships ceramic cargo was destroyed. Sten Sjostrand
https://wn.com/History_Channel_European_Trade
European trade unions call on EU to stop trade ties with Israel

European trade unions call on EU to stop trade ties with Israel

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29 European trade unions accuse the EU of complicity in Israeli crimes against Palestinians. At a seminar in Brussels, the unions, representing more than 3 million workers, called on the EU to scrap a trade deal with Tel Aviv due to its breaches of international law. Jerome Hughes reports from the Belgian capital. Watch Live: http://www.presstv.com/live.html Twitter: http://twitter.com/PressTV LiveLeak: http://www.liveleak.com/c/PressTV Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/PRESSTV Google+: http://plus.google.com/+VideosPTV Instagram: http://instagram.com/presstvchannel Dailymotion: http://www.dailymotion.com/presstv
https://wn.com/European_Trade_Unions_Call_On_Eu_To_Stop_Trade_Ties_With_Israel
An Investor’s Guide to Trading European Stocks Right Now

An Investor’s Guide to Trading European Stocks Right Now

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There’s a simple playbook for how to trade the Eurozone. Before we get to that, let’s contextualize why using the most recent news out of Europe. If you’re surprised to see Greek bailouts in the news again, don’t be. It’s been nearly eight years since worries first emerged about Greece. The problem isn’t fixed. In meetings this past Monday, Eurozone finance ministers came to a new "common understanding" between Greece and its European creditors. This could unlock the next stage of IMF bailout dollars. Over the next few days, IMF officials will return to Greece to discuss labor market issues, along with pension and tax reforms. Euro-area equity markets popped on the news Tuesday. That’s why European equities (specifically the German DAX) are overbought today, says Hedgeye CEO Keith McCullough in video above from The Macro Show earlier today. So if you own some, sell some. The rationale why is pretty simple. The euro is oversold. There’s a simple relationship that dictates what comes next… Euro ↑ = European Equities ↓ What’s next? The U.S. economy is growing once again. Meanwhile, the Euro-area economies are anemic and still drudging through Greek bailouts and nationalist election cycle risks. As such, we think the long-term trend is U.S. dollar strength and Euro weakness. Oddly enough, that’s actually bullish for European equities (a weaker Euro = European stocks up).
https://wn.com/An_Investor’S_Guide_To_Trading_European_Stocks_Right_Now
European judges create a minefield of trade conditions in ruling

European judges create a minefield of trade conditions in ruling

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The European Court of Justice has determined every single national and regional parliament across the European Union must approve a new trade deal with Singapore. This poses a worrying precedent for Theresa May and her Brexit ministers who had hoped only the European Commission would be needed to secure approval. This means the UK’s post-Brexit trade deal will need to be approved by dozens of parliaments across the bloc - including those in several countries who said the country must be punished for leaving the union. It risks a repeat of the calamitous EU-Canada trade deal, which was initially vetoed after being opposed by just one Belgian regional parliament. The ruling by the ECJ said approving the Singapore deal does not “fall within the exclusive competence of the EU”. It said: “The free trade agreement with Singapore cannot, in its current form, be concluded by the EU alone. “The free trade agreement with Singapore can, as it stands, be concluded only by the EU and Member States acting together.”
https://wn.com/European_Judges_Create_A_Minefield_Of_Trade_Conditions_In_Ruling
Historic speech: Justin Trudeau addresses European Parliament

Historic speech: Justin Trudeau addresses European Parliament

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Prime Minister Justin Trudeau showed the European Union some much needed love today in a highly-anticipated speech following its ratification of the free trade pact with Canada. Subscribe to CTV News to watch more videos: https://www.youtube.com/ctvnews Connect with CTV News: For the latest news visit: http://www.ctvnews.ca/ For a full video offering visit the CTV News Network: http://www.ctvnews.ca/video CTV News on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CTVNews CTV News on Twitter: https://twitter.com/CTVNews Watch CTV News on Twitter: https://twitter.com/WatchCTVNews CTV News on Google+: https://plus.google.com/+CTVNews/posts CTV News on Instagram: https://instagram.com/ctvnews/ CTV News on Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/ctvnews --- CTV News is Canada's most-watched news organization both locally and nationally, and has a network of national, international, and local news operations.
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