There is no going back now: moments ago the EU's Tusk received the signed Brexit notification letter from UK envoy, triggering two-year countdown to British withdrawal from EU. Here is what happens next.
Brexit day has finally arrived, and despite this major "risk event", European and Asian stocks are trading mixed, while S&P futures are just fractionally lower as a bounce on optimism over the American economy appears to have fizzled and President Trump continues to struggle to pass his legislative agenda. The pound first dipped then rose as the U.K. is set to begin its life outside the EU.
After the recent deluge of videos showing police abusing and sometimes flat-out murdering more-or-less innocent citizens, the willingness of a growing number of cities to equip officers with video cameras has been hailed as a victory by civil libertarians. But what if those cameras also extend the surveillance network exponentially?
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...
There was no shortage of cuts proposed in Trump’s budget for 2018, which was released earlier this week. However, one of the few departments that did not receive a haircut was the Department of Defense...
The Bank of England's new deputy governor of markets and banking, Charlotte Hogg, has resigned after less than five week in her post, after an MP report concluded she "fell short of the very high standards required" for the position as a result of failing to disclose that her brother works at Barclays, a bank which the BOE regulates.
Blockchain and gold will likely make a “good team”, but they’re not ready yet. RCM and GoldMoney blockchain product asks you to trust in government and the technology, servers, IT, websites etc of the providers
On Monday the Brexit bill returns to the House of Commons, for debate after the House of Lords. The final bill must be approved by both houses. Should the bill pass Monday, the government could invoke Article 50 as early as Tuesday. Meanwhile BBC reports that Scotland's Nicola Sturgeon will give PM an ultimatum - give Scotland a different Brexit deal or she'll call for section 30, launhing another indepence referendum.
Jimmy McMillan III may be the most vocal critic rising rents as the head of the "Rent Is Too Damn High" party in New York City, but the Big Apple isn't the only place where a significant portion of the population is struggling to meet monthly rent payments.