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#Eurozone businesses lost some momentum in June but still strong: PMI

#Eurozone businesses lost some momentum in June but still strong: PMI

| July 5, 2017 | 0 Comments

Eurozone businesses lost some momentum in June but chalked up their best performance last quarter in over six years, according to surveys that showed companies started the second half of 2017 in rude health, writes Jonathan Cable. IHS Markit’s final composite Purchasing Managers’ Index for the eurozone was 56.3 in June, down from May’s 56.8 […]

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#Brexit: Money can’t buy single market access, ex-British EU official warns

#Brexit: Money can’t buy single market access, ex-British EU official warns

| January 6, 2017 | 0 Comments

Britain will not be able to buy access to the single market following its exit from the EU, a former top UK official at European Commission warned, casting doubt on mooted government plans for Britain’s future relationship with the bloc, writes Sarah Young. British Prime Minister Theresa May intends to launch the two-year process of […]

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Britain probably starting mild recession, #BoE to cut rates in November: Reuters poll

Britain probably starting mild recession, #BoE to cut rates in November: Reuters poll

| August 12, 2016 | 0 Comments

Britain’s decision to quit the European Union has already begun tipping its economy into a mild recession, according to economists in a Reuters poll, most of whom said the Bank of England would chop interest rates again in November, writes Jonathan Cable. Ahead of the June 23 Brexit vote, economists had predicted growth would continue […]

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#Corbyn: Why he is just so bad for Labour

#Corbyn: Why he is just so bad for Labour

EU Reporter welcomes UKIP MEP for the North East Jonathan Arnott, with his strident thoughts on the progress (or otherwise) of Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn. On the night of 6 January, I was sitting on a train back from London to my constituency; an appropriate day, perhaps, for me to have an epiphany. Reading an article […]

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Speech given by Commissioner Jonathan Hill at European Central Bank Forum on banking supervision

Speech given by Commissioner Jonathan Hill at European Central Bank Forum on banking supervision

| November 4, 2015 | 0 Comments

Speaking in Frankfurt on 4 November 2015. ‘Bank Supervision: Europe in global context‘ “I am delighted to be here on the first anniversary of the SSM. That gives me the ideal opportunity to congratulate Mme Nouy and her team for all that she and they have done in getting Europe’s single supervisor off the ground […]

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‘Commission ‘steamrolls’ over eastern European countries on migration then slips them €200 million’ says UKIP

‘Commission ‘steamrolls’ over eastern European countries on migration then slips them €200 million’ says UKIP

After the 1 October announcement that the European Commission will grant almost €200 million to member states most affected by the migrant crisis, European Parliament Budget Control Committee member, UKIP MEP Jonathan Arnott (pictured) said: “To finally resolve this crisis, it must be tackled at the source. Pumping more tax-payers money into papering over the […]

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