Archive for July 6th, 2018

Business bosses WELCOME Theresa May’s Soft Brexit blueprint agreed at Chequers



BUSINESS leaders have positively welcomed the latest Brexit blueprint, which thrashes out the final offer the UK will make to the European Union and was “collectively” agreed by ministers at Chequers yesterday.

Theresa May steps up preparations to leave EU with NO-DEAL if Brexit blueprint is rejected



THERESA MAY’s Government has agreed to step up preparations to leave the European Union without a deal in the event Brussels rejects the Cabinet's blueprint on Brexit following a 12-hour meeting at Chequers on Friday.

Strap

A strap is an options strategy using one put and two calls with the same strike and expiration used when a large move is expected but with a bullish bias.

Labour is ‘not ruling out’ SECOND Brexit referendum, admits Keir Starmer



LABOUR will not rule out a referendum on the final Brexit deal, Sir Keir Starmer said as he acknowledged leaving the EU would mean "things will get worse" in the short-term. The shadow Brexit secretary told a private meeting that Labour was not explicitly calling for a public vote on the final deal and respected the result of the 2016 referendum.

Dollar Bull

A dollar bull is an investor or speculator who is optimistic about the outlook for the U.S. dollar against other currencies.

BREXIT BACKLASH: ‘It’s farcical!’ May plots UK free trade area with Brussels in EU fudge



THERESA May’s Soft Brexit plans have been backed by her Cabinet, but she is already facing major backlash from MPs across the political spectrum, with some blasting the way the Brexit talks have been led as "farcical".

Loonie

Loonie is a colloquial term that refers to the $1 Canadian coin, and also refers to the Canadian dollar in foreign exchange (FX) markets
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