Netherlands

Economics Of The Standoff Between Turkey And The Netherlands

As the diplomatic squabble between Turkey and the Netherlands continues to fester, concerns are raised about whether — and to what extent — the tensions will harm bilateral relations, particularly in economics where the two countries have robust trade and investment connections.

Dijsselbloem Must Go, But That Solves Nothing

The EU in its present form cannot continue, and any options that would have allowed reforming it have been closed off due to its very structure. That real problem is that people don’t get to vote for who controls Brussels. So even if Dijsselbloem is ousted, the powers that be, Germany, Holland, Finland, Austria, will simply appoint another one of their pawns in his place. 

Apple Launches Red iPhone 7, Introduces New iPad

As previewed last week, moments ago Apple has introduced a 9.7-inch iPad with Retina display, starting at $329. Today AAPL also announces red edition of iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus to mark more than 10 years of partnership between Apple and HIV/AIDS charity.

Dutch Election Results Confirm 'Far Right Populism' Still On The Rise In Europe

Those who support the idea of globalism and strive for closer European integration believe the results of the Dutch election indicate the tide has been stemmed, with Eurosceptics and "populist" forces on the defensive - the buck stops here, this is the end of domino effect. However, let’s look at the facts...

Erdogan: "Europeans Would Revive The Gas Chambers If They Weren't Ashamed"

Europe’s “masquerade ball” is over, Erdogan said at yet another demonstration in Istanbul on Sunday, where he slammed Merkel accusing her of engaging in "Nazi practices", and then shocked his audience when he said “if [Europeans] weren’t ashamed, they would revive the gas chambers."

"Relief For Europe": Wall Street Analysts React To The Dutch Election

“It’s a big relief for markets, and this will prompt U.S. and U.K. investors to review their forecasts about the French presidential election. It’s positive for European assets, but without euphoria. It’s ‘back to business’ and we can focus on fundamentals and central banks again.”

Global Stocks Soar To Record Highs On "Dovish" Fed, Dutch Vote

World stock indexes surged to record highs on Thursday while the dollar traded close to a one-month low after the Federal Reserve hiked U.S. interest rates but signaled no pick-up in the pace of tightening, while the Dutch elections were broadly interpreted as a drop in support for Europe's anti-establishment powers.

Europe Mulls Acquiring Its Own Nuclear Deterrent

With Donald Trump leading the United States, Europe seems to be losing trust in the American nuclear umbrella. As the EU focuses on the need to have its own military, the issue of European nuclear deterrent comes to the fore. The debate has been triggered. This issue is intensively discussed in Germany.