US stocks continued to benefit Monday from that big Brexit Boost. Continued good feelings on a now likely China accord are helping stocks along as well.
The US-China deal is allegedly done and Boris Johnson’s UK Tories have trounced the Labour Party. But US traders seem reluctant to make commitments.
Continuing confusion over the Fed, the upcoming UK election, and the always-tantalizing China trade issue continues to roil US stocks.
Durham announces a probe of the Russia hoax including the use of the foreign intelligence agencies in Italy and the UK to spy on the Trump campaign.
YouTube-based journalist Bill Still claims that Wikileaks' Julian Assange has already left the UK en route to parts unknown. Confirmable or not, the report falls into a scenario that has apparently been developing since sometime in December, 2017 and perhaps before.
Without Nigel Farage, the UK would never have offered its citizens a referendum, and the UK would never have voted to leave the EU.
Britain has decided to leave the EU resulting in losses financially across the globe. But did it have to be done for the sake of Britain? 51.9% of voters said yes.
WASHINGTON, June 24, 2016 – As we write this on Friday at 7 a.m., traders and investors—or at least those who weren’t up all night—are waking up to the news that, contrary to polling data and late bookmaking odds in London, U,K, voters have decisively voted to leave the European Union (EU), a process that’s ...
WASHINGTON, June 6, 2016 – Monday morning markets are off to the races, at least as of the noon hour. Today’s rocket fuel? Apparently upon re-thinking the issue, traders have decided that last week’s bad news on employment is good, meaning that companies can continue to use cheap, low interest-rate financing to buy back shares, ...
It is the second highest of five possible UK threat levels, highest since January 2010 and the summer of 2011, Cameron say he needs to protect the people