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Gearing up for the Financial Bloodbath
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For 30 years, the market trend has been the same. It is only recently that the interest rates have risen, and this, as predicted by some, could mean trouble.

The 1970s inflation was a huge battle for everyone, but after this was fixed, bonds have adapted a somewhat stable return policy. This caught the interest of many investors. Recently, however, bonds have been caught in the middle of what could easily be a worldwide financial storm. This frenzy has received two kinds of responses. First, investors ran out of the unsafe ventures and poured all their assets into the German government...

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Europe restructures and the UK rejoins. Could it happen?
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Could the EU possibly reform and restructure itself to the point where Britain would vote to rejoin? The idea isn’t as far-fetched as it may currently sound, and was discussed in the Financial Times recently. 

Most people would agree that the EU currently has some serious problems. Monetary union is not working well, immigration and freedom of movement policies are muddled and ineffective and the UK is about to leave. 

Add to that Poland’s decision to veto a resolution as a protest against Donald Tusk, and a vociferous chorus in France and Italy calling for an exit...

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European Bank ponders four-year inflation high
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In Europe, inflation reached a four-year high point of 2.0 percent during the second month of this year, a statistic that will have focused the thoughts of senior figures within the European Central Bank (ECB). Consumer price inflation indices in the nineteen Euro member countries rose by an average of two percent in the twelve months to the end of February, itself an upward trend from the January figure of 1.8 percent. Additionally, producer or manufacturing price inflation was considerably higher at some 3.5 percent, compared to only 1.6 percent the previous month. 

These factors...

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Analysis
Post-Brexit Tariffs Could Seriously Impact Jobs
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According to, Hanno Kirner, the executive director at Jaguar Land Rover, the post-Brexit tariffs imposed on the UK could seriously harm its Car industry in the event steps are not taken to ensure that the free trade deal with the rest of the EU is concluded. This stark warning was issued during an event meant to bring together Government and Industry players in the UK. Mr. Kirner's concerns echo those of many in the UK industry who fear that the current state of affairs could result in many jobs going abroad once the single market isn't accessible anymore.

Kirner also warned that...

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