... concerted pressure from senior US politicians on the issue. Nancy
, the speaker of the House of Representatives, has warned that she could endanger any hopes of a free trade deal with America.
The protocol, which was part of the divorce treaty with theEuropeanUnion in the year 2019, was intended to avoid placing a customs border across the island of Ireland, instead placing it in the Irish Sea. The unionists claim that this undermines Northern Ireland's position in the UK and Downing Street is threatening ...
... has increased its net-long stock position to about 60% of its investments. During an upcoming relief rally, consumer discretionary shares, especially autos and suppliers, could benefit most, according to
. She is keeping tabs on a proposal by
to ban Russian oil to gauge inflation implications.
There is a pickup in foreign inflows and leveraged trades, with the latter surging to the most this year this year, as evidenced by signs of a turning point in China stocks.
There is a chance that ...
One needs to increase food production and reduce dependence on fertilizer imports, according to Janusz Wojciechowski.Arsenal in the short term, there is no risk for theEuropeanUnion's food security.
One needs to increase food production and reduce dependence on fertilizer imports, according to
In the short term, there is no risk for
's food security. I could say it is a very strong ...
... according to analysts from
Coffee disappearance, a term that indicates the amount of coffee non-producing countries are actually consuming and not packing for re-export, rose 6.9% in the first quarter compared to the same period a year ago.
plus United Kingdom area saw a bigger increase, at 9%, while the United States jumped 4.6% and Japan 5.1%.
said the numbers are still not great compared to pre-pandemic levels. In the first quarter, the result was only 0.6% higher than ...
, announced plans to introduce domestic laws to override the protocol if the EU did not meet the government's demands.
He said that the EU was being inflexible and intransigent. I spoke to Boris Johnson and I have to nail this idea that somehow
is being inflexible on this is just not the truth, it doesn't stack up.
What has happened now, is a certain unilateralism on behalf of the British government saying our way or no way and you don't negotiate with
on that basis,...
... gasoline and diesel prices at the pump hit record highs on Thursday.
The bill passed by the U.S. House allows the president to issue an energy emergency declaration, making it illegal for companies to excessively increase gasoline and home fuel prices.
The possibility of
ban on Russian oil imports has helped support prices. The
has proposed a new package of sanctions against Russia over its invasion of Ukraine this month, which Moscow calls a special military operation. In six months, the sanctions would include ...
... is facing a particularly difficult humanitarian situation, he praised the country's generosity when it comes to Ukrainian refugees and pledged to work with partners to provide long-term financial support to Chisinau.
also expressed hope that
would quickly issue an opinion on Moldova's membership application, which the country filed with Ukraine and Georgia following the launch of Russia's military operation in Ukraine.
responded that joining the EU is a long process and that we ...
... new geopolitical order is being created and there will be no return to the situation before Russia's invasion of Ukraine.
said on Monday at the opening of the 15th
European Economic Congress
in the southern Polish city of Katowice that
cannot return to what was, and that the rules of doing business with Russia must be changed.
There would be no return to the pre-war status quo, as all principles related to trade with a criminal must undergo essential change, according to