Japan exports fall for ninth month in a row

  Japanese exports fell for the ninth straight month in August, data showed on Wednesday, as shipments from the world’s number three economy flail amid a global slowdown and trade tensions.  Provisional statistics released by the Ministry of Finance ...
  • September 18, 2019

Johnson steps up plans for all-Ireland trade after Brexit

  Boris Johnson will hold crunch talks with German chancellor Angela Merkel and other EU leaders on Brexit policy next week as the UK government fleshes out plans for an all-Ireland economic relationship which seeks to replace the disputed backstop. ...
  • September 17, 2019

Kraft Heinz shares fall after 3G Capital cuts stake

  3G Capital, the Brazilian-US investment group, has reduced its stake in Kraft Heinz as the food company grapples with multibillion-dollar writedowns and falling sales. Securities filings show that 3G, which created the food business in a 2015 merge...
  • September 17, 2019


  The Luxembourg prime minister was accused of “not serving the European cause” and fuelling animosity with his desperate attempt to steal the show raising eyebrows across the Continent. Detractors said the bizarre solo press briefing, in front of a ...
  • September 17, 2019
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