Theresa May gathered her Brexit “war cabinet” last week to solidify her government’s Brexit strategy before delivering a highly-anticipated speech on Friday. This post summarizes recent UK and EU Brexit publications and gives a picture of how far the UK has come in its efforts to provide businesses with certainty about how its economy will operate after Brexit.
President Trump’s visit to Warsaw highlighted Poland’s steady rise to economic prominence over the last two decades. The Eastern European nation is now poised to join the ranks of IMF advanced economies. The last country to make that leap was South Korea 20 years ago.
The European Court of Justice ruled last week that an EU-Singapore free trade agreement must be concluded jointly by the EU and all 28 EU member states. This post explains why experts differ on whether the ruling will meaningfully affect Brexit negotiations.
London is home to some 200,000 French expats and is sometimes facetiously called France’s sixth largest city. Brexit-related uncertainties have some London-based French expats worried, while French authorities see an opportunity to woo them back home.
France will hold its presidential election on April 23. By most accounts, the election has the potential to cause significant global upheaval.
The British pound has slipped considerably since June’s Brexit referendum, and recent hints that the UK may make a "hard Brexit" have stoked investor fears. We provide a summary of why the pound has fallen and outline some of the pros and cons of a weak pound.
US presidential candidate Donald Trump is viewed by investors as potentially toxic to the Mexican economy. The value of the Mexican peso appears to be linked to the perceived likelihood of a Trump victory in November.
This week's Global Glance describes the G20 in a nutshell and explores the G20's recent discussions about Brexit.
In this week's Global Glance we look at blockchain and why it’s time you got educated, key points of the EU-US Privacy Shield agreement, and the UK’s EU referendum.