Market Updates

Mar
31
“The Brexit Letter to the EU and the UK economy…”

On Friday President Donald Trump and Republican legislators failed to achieve majority and the voting for the health care bill was postponed.

Mar
24
“North Korea…..”

Meeting in Seoul, Kim Hong-kyun, the special representative of South Korea for peace and security affairs, and his US counterpart Joseph Yun reaffirmed a commitment to push Kim Jong Un’s to drop its push for nuclear weapons.

Mar
18
“The Dutch Election…”

Indications that the US economy is steadily growing and a buoyant stock market is likely to lead to the Federal Reserve to announce an interest-rate increase this week.

Mar
10
“US refining industry from Domestic to a Global Venture…”

General elections in the Netherlands shall be held on the 15th March to elect all 150 members of the House of Representatives.

Mar
3
“President Trump’s address to Congress…”

“America must put its citizens first, because only then can we truly make America great again.” The focus of President Trump is to make America better putting Americans first.

Mar
3
“The Dow Jones Surpassing the 21,000 level…”

The Australian economy grew by 1.1% in the last quarter 2016 as a result of an increase in company profits, government and consumer spending. Gross domestic product rose by 2.4% from a year earlier.

Feb
24
“The first round of the French presidential election…”

The UK has experienced an unexpected growth acceleration arising from a boost in net trade, ending 2016 on a high note.

Feb
17
“Italy’s efforts to revamp the banking industry…”

The EU and Canada have secured clearance for a free trade deal and the removal of import duties that should support growth and jobs for both continents.

Feb
17
“Changes in fiscal policy or other economic policies could potentially affect the economic outlook…”

The European Commission has projected that the euro-area GDP growth will slow to 1.6 percent this year from 1.7 percent in 2016.

Jan
30
“Trump’s meeting with Drug Makers…”

OPEC the organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries, shall in the first half of 2017 cut production by around 1.2 million barrels per day (bpd)

Jan
23
“Building the wall on the border with Mexico…”

President Donald Trump has acted on the two most controversial elements of his campaign that of building the wall on the border with Mexico which could cost $15 billion

Jan
23
“Trump signing executive orders…”

While, the US trade policy since 1934 has been geared towards liberalization and internationalization, a centerpiece of Trump’s campaign was the promise of greater economic opportunities for Amercian workers. He intends to cut taxes and increase spending in order to boost economic growth.

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