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22 Oct

Italy relief, China stimulus hopes lift global stocks

European shares gained on Monday amid relief over Italy’s budget, following rallies in Asia after China promised to provide stimulus to stabilise its economy and offset the impact of U.S. tariffs. Reuters said By Times News
22 Oct

Troubled U.K. Retailer New Look Says Goodbye to Chinese Market

British fashion chain New Look Retail Group Ltd. has given up on China, saying it doesn’t see a path to profits in the world’s second-largest economy and will leave the market this year. News from Bloomberg By Times News
22 Oct

London is still attracting global finance under Brexit cloud

Britain’s financial sector brushed off Brexit uncertainty in 2017 to attract more inward investment than eight rival centres vying for its business, the City of London Corporation said on Wednesday. Reports from Reuters By Times News
22 Oct

5,000 financial services jobs likely to move from Britain to Europe as Brexit

Despite thousands of jobs set to move to the continent due to Brexit, Britain’s financial services minister said yesterday he would do all he can to ensure the City of London remains a major financial centre. Reported by Business Standard By Times News
22 Oct

London house prices fall again as stamp duty and Brexit fears bite

House prices in London have fallen for the fifth quarter in a row as high prices, stamp duty changes and Brexit uncertainty put off buyers. By Guardian news By Times News
22 Oct

Business leaders urged to have their say on the UK’s future trade agreements

The Department for International Trade is calling for people to have their say, following a business roundtable event in Manchester. From Evening Standard news By Times News
22 Oct


The John Lewis Partnership blamed heavy discounting by rivals and the cost of new stores and IT for a near 99% plunge in first-half profits. By Times News
22 Oct

Euro zone investor morale falls on emerging market, trade angst

Investor morale in the euro zone fell by more than expected in September, a survey showed on Monday, as concerns about emerging markets, political developments in Europe and trade tensions with the United States weighed on sentiment. Says by Reuters News By Times News
22 Oct

Why China and Africa are destined for a shared future

Leaders of China and Africa have gathered Beijing in earlier of this week to explore new opportunities for mutually beneficial cooperation and reinvigorate plans to build an even brighter future together. News from Xinhua net By Times News
22 Oct

London has gained a powerful ally in the fight to keep a key business in the UK post-Brexit

Germany’s financial regulator BaFin has sided with the Bank of England and demanded that Brussels take action to prevent mayhem in the derivatives markets post-Brexit. By Times News
22 Oct

Theresa May pledges Africa investment boost after Brexit

The prime minister confirmed that Britain would replicate a deal the EU currently has with six southern African nations. By Times News
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Belt and Road Portal

- is a development strategy proposed by China's paramount leader Xi Jinping that focuses on connectivity and cooperation between Eurasian countries.

China Import Export Fair

- or Canton Fair is a trade fair held in the spring and autumn seasons each year since the spring of 1957 in Canton, China.

Department for International Trade

- is a United Kingdom government department responsible for striking and extending trade agreements between the United Kingdom and non EU states.
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