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The trade deficit (or surplus when positive) is the difference in the value of goods that a nation exports minus what it imports.
The UK government is continuing with the pretence that it is negotiating with Brussels to resolve the impasse over the Northern Ireland backstop provisions in the withdrawal agreement.
The high priest of Brexit economics, Professor Patrick Minford of Cardiff University, openly suggests that Brexit could kill off large sections of what remains of the UK’s manufacturing section and livestock farming (if not agriculture as a whole).
Last week was a mixed affair for the world’s major stock markets with the Dow Jones ending unchanged and the FTSE closing lower.
The partial shutdown of the US Federal Government because of wrangles over the budget and the funding of President Trump’s controversial border wall meant that the release of the Q4 growth figure for 2018 has been delayed beyond its normal release date.
Japan was victim to some extreme weather events and seismic activity in the course of 2018 which had negative effects on the nation’s economic output.
In life, there are those who believe that information is a resource that must be shared for the common good and others who believe it to be a source of power that must be closely guarded: the British government is firmly in the second camp.
Brexit is peppered with meaningless soundbites such as “Brexit means Brexit” and “nothing is agreed until everything is agreed”, but perhaps the second of these may yet prove to be true.
Last week was a largely positive affair for the world’s major markets with all stock markets gaining apart from the FTSE.
Liam Fox is the Trade Secretary and was a prominent leave campaigner during the referendum.
In December the USA and China fuelled hopes that a solution could be found to their trade war which has been slowing global trade
The genesis of Brexit was the long-standing difference of opinion between the mainstream Conservative party MPs and their so-called “Eurosceptic” counterparts.
It goes without saying that nobody campaigning for the UK to leave the EU in the 2016 referendum ever spoke of the possibility of a cliff edge, no deal Brexit where the legal regime changes, literally, overnight.
Last week was a positive affair for the world’s major markets with all stock markets gaining.
There had been concerns that Germany, the biggest economy in the EU could head into a technical recession when Q4 2018 data became available.