News Corp is a network of leading companies in the worlds of diversified media, news, education, and information services. Objections in Belgium threaten the pact, adding to questions about the bloc's ability to handle future shocks Perhaps the European Union's problem is too much democracy rather than too little.
For the past four months, the UK has been negotiating with itself. Ferocious political debates over whether to go for a soft or a hard Brexit, whether and what concessions the UK might offer the...
It was billed as the very model of a modern trade deal, a new kind of pact between two advanced economies designed for a world grown uneasy about globalization. The European Union's Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement with Canada wouldn't only remove 98% of tariffs, open up the EU's protected agricultural markets to Canadian farmers and allow EU companies access to Canada's lucrative public-procurement market.
News Corp is a network of leading companies in the worlds of diversified media, news, education, and information services. Some policy makers say the potential for another shock to the eurozone is alarmingly high, Simon Nixon writes. It's the politics, stupid.
Last week's sterling flash crash was over in minutes. But the perception of instability that hangs over the U.K. after a week of political drama may be harder to dispel. Prime Minister Theresa May was successful in her first two months in office in restoring calm following the chaotic aftermath of the June Brexit referendum.
A global trade slowdown is worrying because of what it may augur for the long-term health of the world's economy. The risk now is that politics, economics and finance are combining in a way that threatens to throw globalization in reverse, Simon Nixon writes.
It's tempting to see the current turmoil surrounding Deutsche Bank as the latest installment of Europe's interminable banking crisis. Tempting-but wrong. The steep slide in the German banking giant's share price in recent weeks has little in common with previous episodes of banking stress.
As the debate over how to carry out Brexit intensifies, the City of London finds itself in the firing line. To some hard-line Brexiters, repeated warnings from bankers about the costs of quitting the European single market and losing passporting rights-which allow U.K.-based firms to sell financial services anywhere in the European Union-smack of special pleading.
The European Union has always had an ambivalent attitude toward free trade. The early days of the European project were characterized by tensions between those countries that believed a continent with few natural resources had no choice but to be open to the world and those that believed in a "fortress Europe" protected by high tariff walls.
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Selecting a term
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