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Brexit turmoil has helped condemn Britain’s economy to its first quarterly slump in more than six years, official figures reveal today. Output fell by 0.2 per cent between April and June, leaving the country “teetering on the edge of recession”, shocked City economists said. The fall in GDP was far worse than forecast and sent...
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The FTSE 100 has tumbled at the open, falling by 1.6 per cent, after US President Donald Trump vowed to impose a 10 per cent tariff on $300billion of Chinese imports from September. Meanwhile in company news, Royal Bank of Scotland has unveiled a bumper £1.7billion payout for shareholders, delivering a surprise windfall for the...
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The FMO team were also asked to comment for leading Spanish website Bolsamania. Después de más de diez años, la Reserva Federal (Fed) ha cambiado su política monetaria y ha bajado los tipos de interés. El banco central estadounidense ha reducido las tasas en un 0,25%, hasta la horquilla del 2%-2,25%, algo que no sucedía desde diciembre de...
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The US central bank duly delivered its first interest rate cut in a decade but two members of the policy-making committee were not in agreement with the decision. US markets fell off a cliff yesterday following the Federal Reserve’s first rate cut in a decade but UK investors are in more sanguine mood. Ahead of...
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The European Central Bank left its key interest rates unchanged, sending the euro plunging FTSE 100 down 8 points European Central Bank makes no change to its key interest rates US markets open lower The European Central Bank has all but confirmed it will cut its ratess next month, prompting a sell-off of the euro....
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The Footsie has spent most of the afternoon hovering around the 7,500 level, nursing a loss that has much to do with sterling’s recovery. Rajan Naik, a director of Financial Markets Online, said that “sterling is rejoicing” after an amendment was passed in the House of Commons designed to further complicate any attempt to prorogue...
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Sterling gained 0.33% to $1.2472 against the dollar and against the euro one pound fetched 89.9p after MPs backed proposals to make it harder for the next prime minister to suspend Parliament in order to force through a no-deal Brexit. The measure is aimed at Boris Johnson (pictured), the frontrunner to succeed Theresa May as...
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MPs have voted in favour of a measure that could block efforts by the next prime minister to force through a no-deal Brexit by suspending Parliament. A majority of 41 approved an amendment that blocks suspension between 9 October and 18 December unless a Northern Ireland executive is formed. The pound is trading about 0.36%...
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London markets nudged lower on Thursday after Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell’s dovish comments failed to significantly support the FTSE 100. The blue-chip index UKX, -0.09%   had initially climbed 0.2% before sinking back to trade 0.1% down. The Bank of England also warned of the rising risk of a no-deal Brexit, which it said would bring about...
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European markets rose Thursday after Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell’s dovish comments, but gains were limited as the U.S. became embroiled in a spat over France’s digital tax plans. Powell’s testimony on Wednesday appears to have put an end to the downward trend that has plagued markets since strong U.S. jobs data called into question...
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