Europe could be in for a cold, expensive winter. Energy markets were shocked Tuesday by the closure of a pipeline in the North Sea and a major explosion at a facility in Austria that helps move natural gas from Russia.
First billionaires such as George Soros spoke out about the GOP’s income tax plan. Now, it’s some of America’s most important trade partners who are raising the red flag on the U.S.’s most recent tax proposal. On Monday, finance chiefs
Europe’s five biggest economies have warned the Trump administration that its tax plan may violate international trade rules. Germany, France, Britain, Spain and Italy have written to Treasury Sec. Steven Mnuchin, arguing that tax bills passed by the House and
2:17 pm IPO: Astron Paper and Board Mill, which is engaged in manufacturing of kraft paper, is launching its initial public offering (IPO). The issue will open on December 15, 2017 and close on December 20, with a price band
2:25 pm FTP Review: Key policymakers led by Commerce Minister Suresh Prabhu will unveil the mid-term review of the foreign trade policy tomorrow, which is likely to address exporters’ concerns to arrest the declining trend of shipments. The mid-review of
While President Trump talks tough on trade, Europe and Japan are getting on with business. Negotiators from the European Union and Japan say they’re close to striking a major free trade agreement that could jump-start talks for other potential deals.
European antitrust officials have begun an in-depth investigation into claims that Nike may have broken EU laws by restricting how traders can sell licensed merchandise. The European Commission, which regulates European markets, said in a statement it was opening separate
European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker warned in a newspaper interview that a trade war between the United States and Europe would not be good for either. Asked by Bild am Sonntag newspaper whether Europe could withstand a trade war with
Britain’s FTSE 100 index is seen opening up about 23 points, or 0.32 percent, on Monday, according to financial bookmakers, with futures up 0.5 percent ahead of the cash market open.* The UK blue chip index closed up 14.74 points
MOSCOW : Russia’s Gazprom said on Saturday its daily supplies of natural gas to countries outside of the former Soviet Union have reached a record high due to cold weather in Europe. Gazprom pumped 615.5 million cubic meters of gas