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Carney Reveals Europe's Potential Achilles Heel in Brexit Talks

carney reveals europe's potential achilles heel in brexit talks
This morning, BoE Governor Mark Carney discussed the risks of a hard Brexit during his testimony to the UK Parliamentary Treasury Committee. There was renewed weakness in Sterling during his..
Zero Hedge

May And Juncker Agree To ‘Accelerate’ Stalled Brexit Talks

(EurActiv) — British Prime Minister Theresa May and European Commission chief Jean-Claude Juncker said they agreed after talks Monday (16 October) to “accelerate” efforts for a Brexit deal ahead..
Eurasia Review Also reported by •EurActivMailOnline

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News video: May hits Brussels in bid to break Brexit deadlock

May hits Brussels in bid to break Brexit deadlock 01:21

Prime Minister Theresa May travels to Brussels on Monday for talks over dinner with European Commission chief Jean-Claude Juncker after deadlock in the Brexit talks appeared to dash her hopes that a..
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News video: Brexit talks sealed with a kiss?

Brexit talks sealed with a kiss? 00:15

Theresa May and Jean-Claude Juncker share a warm embrace following a working dinner in Brussels.
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Theresa May and Claude Jean Juncker embrace after a dinner in Brussels. A joint statement was issued afterwards to say brexit negotiations should "accelerate", but other than that, it was unclear how..
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News video: May, Juncker call for faster Brexit talks

May, Juncker call for faster Brexit talks 01:26

British Prime Minister Theresa May and European Commission chief Jean-Claude Juncker agreed over dinner in Brussels on Monday that the pace of negotiations over Britain's departure from the European..
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News video: May and EU's dinner 'friendly and constructive'

May and EU's dinner 'friendly and constructive' 02:31

The Prime Minister and Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker have agreed that Britain and the EU should 'accelerate' their Brexit efforts.
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May, Juncker call for faster Brexit talks

British Prime Minister Theresa May and European Commission chief Jean-Claude Juncker agreed over dinner in Brussels on Monday that the pace of negotiations over Britain's departure from the European..
USATODAY.com Also reported by •Japan TodayReuters IndiaReuters

The Brief: Accelerating the Brexit circle

Theresa May was dispatched to Brussels last night for dinner with Jean-Claude Juncker but the outcome of the “friendly” meet-up only served to illustrate nicely the Brexit talks so far: completely..
EurActiv

David Davis hints that EU27 summit could break Brexit impasse

david davis hints that eu27 summit could break brexit impasse
Both sides of the Brexit debate are reaching the limit of what can be achieved without discussing the future trade relationship, David Davis has said today. During an update to the Commons, the..
City A.M.

Global Stocks Just Shy Of Record Highs As Dollar, Yields Rise On Taylor Tension

global stocks just shy of record highs as dollar, yields rise on taylor tension
Global markets traded near all-time highs on Tuesday, with S&P futures, Asian shares and European stocks all flat this morning, while oil continued to gain on Kurdish geopolitical concerns while most..
Zero Hedge

Macron emerges as obstacle to Juncker’s trade ambitions

Commission chief’s bid to agree quick beef deal with South American bloc opposed by Paris
FT.com

Theresa May's Government Fears Imminent Collapse Of Brexit Negotiations

theresa may's government fears imminent collapse of brexit negotiations
Following Theresa May’s dinner with Jean-Claude Juncker in Brussels, we have a promise that both sides are committed to accelerating Brexit negotiations…except nobody actually believes..
Zero Hedge

EU, UK agree to speed up Brexit talks

British Prime Minister, Theresa May and European Commission chief Jean-Claude Juncker agreed that the pace of negotiations over Britain’s departure from the European Union should be stepped up. In a..
All India Radio

It’s high time Macron or Juncker gave a speech at ESA

Europe’s leaders need to set forth the threats to Europe that could come from failure to exercise space leadership. Vidvuds Beldavs suggests what Emmanuel Macron or Jean-Claude Juncker could say to..
EurActiv

Brexit talks: Theresa May and Jean-Claude Juncker pledge to 'accelerate' negotiations

In an apparent last-minute meeting, the British prime minister visited the EU Commission president in Brussels to discuss deadlocked Brexit talks. May faces pressure at home to deliver favorable..
Deutsche Welle

Businesses warm to Brexit as fears of no deal recede

businesses warm to brexit as fears of no deal recede
British businesses are not buying the Brexit 'no deal' bluff: a new poll suggests that 45 per cent of mid-sized firms are confident the government will secure a "good" deal. This is more than..
City A.M.

Brexit negotiations should accelerate, say May and Juncker

brexit negotiations should accelerate, say may and juncker
Theresa May and Jean-Claude Juncker say their working dinner was "constructive and friendly".
BBC News

UK and EU agree talks must accelerate at "friendly" Brussels dinner

uk and eu agree talks must accelerate at "friendly" brussels dinner
Prime Minister Theresa May and EU Commission chief Jean-Claude Juncker last night agreed that Brexit talks "should accelerate over the months to come" - but there was little evidence that..
City A.M.


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