Trump administration pressed Dutch hard to cancel China chip-equipment sale: sources By Reuters

2020-01-05

© Reuters. Trump administration pressed Dutch hard to cancel China chip-equipment sale: sources By Alexandra Alper, Toby Sterling and Stephen Nellis WASHINGTON/AMSTERDAM/SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – The Trump administration mounted an extensive campaign to block the sale of Dutch chip manufacturing technology to China, with Secretary of State Mike Pompeo lobbyingRead More →

‘Being objective is incredibly hard’: top financial advisers reveal their New Year’s resolutions to MarketWatch

2019-12-26

Broad Green Pictures / courtesy Everett Collection Like millions of others, financial advisers are planning resolutions for 2020. Self-care, simplified finances and unemotional investing choices are some of the ways financial advisers are planning to better themselves in 2020. Despite their differing goals, the advisers who answered a MarketWatch questionRead More →

UK economy caught between Brexit and a hard place

2019-12-17

Now that his conservative party has won the UK election in a landslide victory, triumphant prime minister Boris Johnson can turn his attention and energy to the economy. And the next five years will be marked by the opposing effects of his party’s policies, which on the upside should boostRead More →

Dr. Irene Finel-Honigman: A Hard Brexit Is Not A Solution

2019-10-14

The Brexit referendum, a “foolish decision” by former UK Prime Minister David Cameron, was a “cataclysmic mess that never needed to happen,” Dr. Irene Finel-Honigman, adjunct professor at Columbia University, told Real Vision. There were many factors that led to the Brexit vote, including false information from Russia and “downrightRead More →