Dr. Mike Campbell is a British scientist and freelance writer. Mike got his doctorate in Ghent, Belgium and has worked in Belgium, France, Monaco and Austria since leaving the UK. As a writer, he specialises in business, science, medicine and environmental subjects.
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The US economy managed to produce 209000 jobs in July. The level is well above the number needed to provide employment for new entrants into the US job market when retirements and morbidity is factored in.
Last week was a largely negative affair for the world’s major stock markets with only the Nasdaq and FTSE markets making any ground.
The world had a taste of how the markets would react to the UK leaving the EU immediately after the referendum on 23/6/16 – Sterling fell heavily against all other major currencies.
Currently, as a full member of the EU, the UK enjoys the best possible trading relationship with the EU.
A UK interest rate hike has been on the cards for quite some time, but the Monetary Policy Committee of the Bank of England always found a compelling reason to defer it.
Last week was a largely negative affair for the world’s major stock markets with only the US markets making any ground.
We live in a global economy. A clear example of this is the fact that 80% of cars manufactured in the UK are for the export market and contain components sourced from across Europe.
The description that Oscar Wilde came up with to describe fox hunting could also just about be used to describe the current mess that the UK government finds itself with its hard core Brexiters.
The President of the EU, Jean-Claude Juncker was the USA for a meeting with President Trump against the backdrop of a mooted imposition of tariffs on EU car exports to the USA
The description that Oscar Wilde came up with to describe fox hunting could also just about be used to describe the current mess.