Europa e economia
Dalla Farmaceutica alla Moda , Mr. Antonio Di Fazio imprenditore : Occorre essere poliedrici oggi più che mai

 Milano 21 settembre 2018 – E’ azionista di riferimento di alcune aziende nell ‘ambito della farmaceutica ed opera  in diversi settori  all’ avanguardia  del settore , qui fotografato a Milano con la madre Maria Giambra ,  ritratti  appena arrivati da Londra  in centro all’ uscita di uno tra i più prestigiosi hotel milanesi in galleria Vittorio Emanuele . ” Mia madre , dichiara il dott Di Fazio, ” ha concluso la sua attività che può essere citata 20 anni fa… (Continua a leggere)

L'ultimo discorso sullo stato dell'Unione di Jean-Claude Juncker: No a nazionalismi che distruggono

“‘Non penso che siamo alla vigilia di una catastrofe come quella della prima guerra mondiale, tuttavia dobbiamo ricordarci di essere felici perché viviamo in un continente di pace grazie all’Unione europea: per questo dobbiamo rispettarla meglio, difendere il nostro modo di essere e di vivere”, ha detto ancora Juncker . Il Parlamento europeo è al centro dell’attenzione: il presidente della Commissione europea Juncker pronuncia il discorso sullo stato dell’Ue a Strasburgo dove si votano anche le sanzioni contro l’Ungheria di… (Continua a leggere)

'UK being walked ALL OVER!' Raab AWKWARDLY snubbed by Barnier ahead of Brexit meeting

BREXIT Secretary Dominic Raab suffered an awkward encounter with European Union negotiator Michel Barnier as they arrived for talks in Brussels on Thursday. Dominic Raab travelled to Brussels for last-minute talks with the EU’s chief negotiator Michel Barnier who had caused tensions to soar in recent days after rejecting the Chequers proposal. British people have warned that the UK is being “walked all over” by Brussels after a video surfaced of the pair looking uncomfortable as they arrived for the meeting. The… (Continua a leggere)

'Britain will NOT be under siege!' Professor TRASHES 'ridiculous' no deal Remainer claims

BRITAIN will not be “under siege” with a no deal Brexit, professor Stefan Auer has said as he hit out at the “ridiculous” Remainer “horror scenarios”. Professor of European Studies Stefan Auer said it is unlikely there will be a “complete fall out” as a result of a no Brexit deal because it is “not in the interests of the EU”. Speaking on CNBC, Mr Auer said: “Personally I don’t think it is going to happen. I mean, these kind of horror scenarios… (Continua a leggere)

Time is RUNNING OUT! Germany urges May to SOFTEN Brexit stance to stop No-Deal

GERMAN businesses have urged the UK to reach a deal with the EU ahead of the upcoming November deadline while also criticising Theresa May’s Chequers proposals, at a time when the Prime Minister is facing increasing pressure over her Brexit blueprint. Joachim Lang, director-general of Germany’s BDI industry federation, warned that the UK and EU do not have much time left to strike a deal. Speaking to the Financial Times, Mr Lang said: “We have reached a critical phase. The… (Continua a leggere)

Why Coal Power Is Merkel's Biggest Climate Challenge

The German government is deciding how quickly to close all the nation’s remaining coal-fired power plants, part of an effort to fulfill its pledges under the 2015 Paris Agreement on climate change. While environmentalists hope Europe’s biggest economy will put fossil fuels on a short leash, utilities say any quick changes will drive up electricity prices. As an ad-hoc coal commission reconvenes this month to plot the exit, interest groups ranging from Germany’s biggest coal-plant owner, RWE AG, to the World… (Continua a leggere)

Euro tipped to near parity with sterling under hard Brexit

Sterling will fall to 95 pence to the euro and approach parity in the early part of next year if a hard Brexit is still on the cards, according to analysts at Investec Ireland. Currency volatility, and unfavourable rates, are a big risk to Irish exporters into the UK, particularly in lower margin sectors including food. Weakness in sterling versus the euro also potentially hurts the overall competitiveness of the Irish economy. The euro will strengthen to 95 pence versus… (Continua a leggere)

Greece exits final bailout…”successfully”?

Greece’s freedom to manage its own economic affairs will be tempered by enhanced surveillance. Greece officially concludes its third bailout program with a successful exit, the euro zone’s ESM rescue fund said on Monday. “Today we can safely conclude the ESM programme with no more follow-up rescue programmes as, for the first time since early 2010, Greece can stand on its own feet,” Mario Centeno, the chairman of the ESM’s board of governors, said in a statement. “This was possible… (Continua a leggere)

'It could get EVEN worse!' Strategist's SHOCK warning as sterling DROPS amid Brexit chaos

POUND Sterling exchange rate could get “even worse” as the Brexit deadline approaches, a foreign exchange strategist has warned. The escalation of fears surrounding a no deal Brexit is said to be one of the causes of the low trading rate seen on pound sterling this week. Foreign exchange strategist at ING Viraj Patel said the current political stalemate surrounding Brexit has led to investors to turn short-term bearish on the pound. Viraj Patel, FX strategist at ING, told Bloomberg: “I think the pound… (Continua a leggere)

Turkish lira sinks to new historic low as US sanctions against Iran cause further fears

Since the beginning of the year and until August 2018, Turkey’s currency has been depreciated by 35%! The fresh devaluation of the Turkish lira against the dollar and the euro, causes further deterioration to the overall condition of the Turkish economy. On Monday evening, the Turkish currency was depreciated by 4.65% against the dollar so, the dollar/lira exchange rate fell to 5.31. The picture is similar when it comes to the euro, too since the Turkish lira is depreciated by… (Continua a leggere)