Trump’s blasting win causes uncertainty and turbulence to the global financial markets

Van Rompuy meets top US CEO’s at NY stock exchange.
Location: New York, United States 
Date: 23/09/2011
© European Union
Source: EC – Audiovisual Service

So Donald Trump against all odds won the US elections and will become the 45th President of the United States of America. The latter had as a result to cause severe and immediate turbulences to the world’s financial markets which experienced serious losses in the first few hours of the elections. However, Trump’s victory speech that came right after […]

Brexit uncertainty keeps shaking the world’s financial markets

A view inside the London Stock Exchange.
Location: London - Stock Exchange / Reference: P-029216/00-01 / Date: 02/10/2015. © European Union  , 2015 / Source: EC - Audiovisual Service / Photo: Jack Taylor

The Bank of England (BoE) published yesterday its Financial Stability Report warning about the risks that the UK economy is facing after the Brexit vote on June 23. The uncertainty that Britain undergoes both economically and politically is something that the BoE takes into great consideration and aims to provide immediate remedies. While the sterling is hitting […]

Will the outcome of the UK referendum “calm” the financial markets?

A view inside the London Stock Exchange.
© European Union , 2015 / Source: EC – Audiovisual Service / 
Location: London - Stock Exchange. Photo: Jack Taylor

Just one day left for both the Remain and Leave campaigners to persuade the undecided Britons to vote in their favor promoting what is best for their country. The world is about to finally find out what will be the outcome of the UK referendum with the reports and polls already showing reverse results compared to last […]

Brexit update: Leave campaign leads race but undecided voters will determine the outcome of the EU referendum

David CAMERON, Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, at the European Council. Shoot location: Brussels – Belgium. Shoot date: 18/12/2015. Copyright: ‘The European Union’.

The time has come and the British citizens will have to take the faith of their country in their own hands. In just over a week they will decide whether they want to stay or leave the European Union with the rest of the world to wait the outcome with great anxiety. There have been […]

Eurozone and Britain heading in different directions

Olli Rehn, Vice-President of the European Commission in charge of Economic and Monetary Affairs and the Euro, gave a Press conference on the Union’s economic forecasts for 2012-2013. (EC Audiovisual Services).

Eurostat, the EU statistical service, confirmed yesterday that its ‘flash estimate’ of September inflation at 1.1% is correct. In a brief Press release, the Service announced that, “Euro area annual inflation was 1.1% in September 2013, down from 1.3% in August. A year earlier the rate was 2.6%. Monthly inflation was 0.5% in September 2013”. […]