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German automotive supplier Continental (IOB: 0LQ1.IL - news) voiced concerns about the possibility of an escalating trade war with the United States should the U.S. impose tariffs on steel and aluminum, its finance chief said. "We as Continental are not at all pleased about what we are hearing from the U.S. administration and what, by and large, could be about to happen in the world," finance chief Wolfgang Schaefer said on Thursday. Possible tariffs on steel and aluminum imports would hardly affect Continental directly but the company could suffer indirectly if the automotive industry was hit, he said.
A so-called "hard Brexit" involving tariffs and a lasting devaluation of the pound could cause thousands of job losses at German automotive suppliers, a study by accounting firm Deloitte showed. ...
"No, Minister" - such are today's headlines in even pro-government media after British PM Theresa May's cabinet reshuffle went pear-shaped, with one minister quitting rather than be reshuffled and another simply refusing to budge. To cap it all, it has emerged this morning that a high-profile appointment to a top academic authority has resigned after a barrage of criticism over a series of misogynistic tweets - despite May only on Sunday saying he could remain if he desisted from further such tweets. Poland's new prime minister, Mateusz Morawiecki, will be hoping his own reshuffle scheduled for today goes somewhat more smoothly.
LONDON, Dec (Shanghai: 600875.SS - news) 8 (Reuters) - Britain has finally got the green light to proceed to the next phase of Brexit talks after it came back with promises on the Irish border that have placated its DUP allies in Belfast while keeping Dublin happy. There is a lot of detail on expat rights and other areas in the negotiators' 15-page joint report that needs picking through, but for now the take-away is that the political will has at least been found to proceed to the second phase of Brexit talks, covering the future trade arrangement.
The euro is in focus as the European Central Bank holds its latest policy meeting, with an improving eurozone economy fuelling speculation officials will soon begin to wind in its stimulus programme
Prompt British gas prices edged higher on Monday morning, as strong exports to the continent left the British gas system slightly undersupplied. * Within-day gas price up by 0.20 pence to 33.60 pence/therm ...
British wholesale gas prices fell on Tuesday morning, reversing some of the gains made in the previous trading session, as supplies from Norway and domestic production increased. * British within-day gas ...
French auto manufacturer PSA agreed in early March to pay some 1.3 billion euros for Opel, a storied German firm owned by GM for decades, as well its British subsidiary Vauxhall
Vivo Senior Vice President Ni Xudong and FIFA Secretary General Fatma Samouraon hold a framed football jersey during an event on Beijing on May 31, 2017, to announce Vivo's sponsorship of the FIFA Football ...
Britain's businesses may not feel the impact of Brexit for several years, but should not count on the country eventually striking a good trade deal with the rest of Europe, company treasurers were told at a conference on Tuesday. Paul Watters, head of corporate research for S&P Global (Frankfurt: 851710 - news) Ratings, said his "working assumption" was for an orderly transition for Britain out of the European Union in 2019 - and that a compromise on eventual trading terms would emerge. Recent spats between UK and EU leaders over Brexit have raised fears over a "hard" or "cliff edge" Brexit, with Britain crashing out of the bloc without a deal.
The owners of a giant rabbit named Simon who was found dead after a United Airlines flight demanded on Monday that the airline pay damages, order an outside investigation and re-evaluate how it handles animals on flights. Attorneys for Simon's owners, who purchased him in hopes of winning the title of world's largest rabbit at the Iowa State Fair this summer, said they would take legal action if United (Shenzhen: 000925.SZ - news) failed to respond within seven days. "United Airlines can issue any statement they like but their company's credibility is under question when they immediately cremate the giant rabbit Simon without anyone's consent," said Guy Cook, lead attorney for the three-person investment group that owned the rabbit.