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Chief economist update: Brexit la la la
BENJAMIN ONG  |  FRIDAY, 8 NOV 2019
... (December 13 in Australia) and from there, hopefully, the UK could Brexit once and for all on the 20 January 2020. UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson hopes that the elections would increase his party's majority, paving the way for Brexit to be done ...
Chief economist update: The fear of Brexit
BENJAMIN ONG  |  THURSDAY, 29 AUG 2019
... Yes Virginia, you know where I'm going with this. Brexit - the "no-deal" variety - is all but assured. UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson's announcement suspending Parliament from September 11th to October 14th - when the Queen of England agreed ...
Chief economist update: The UK is not OK
BENJAMIN ONG  |  MONDAY, 12 AUG 2019
... currency - it has fallen by 5.6% from its 2019 high, recorded a few days after Boris Johnson assumed office as UK Prime Minister on July 24. The only positive that could be inferred from the latest National Accounts is that it reinforces the BOE's ...
Chief economist update: Glass half-full or US recession on the way?
BENJAMIN ONG  |  WEDNESDAY, 29 MAY 2019
... describing Russia's intentions and interests when he made this now famous quote back in 1939 (before he became UK Prime Minister 1940-1945) but Churchill's words now resonate in the conundrum most major world central banks face - low (even multi-decade ...
Chief economist update: Hoping for the best, preparing for the worst of Brexit
BENJAMIN ONG  |  THURSDAY, 4 APR 2019
... direction," it said. The British central bank may have to wait a while longer, for despite three votes (so far), UK prime minister Theresa May's offer to sacrifice her premiership and, more recently, negotiations with Labour leader Corbyn to break ...
Chief economist update: Breaking up is hard to do
BENJAMIN ONG  |  THURSDAY, 14 MAR 2019
... breaking up is hard to do, now I know, I know that it's true..." - Neil Sedaka. This song must be playing in UK prime minister Theresa May's head - it should as it did in mine - when a second round of voting in the House of Commons on her Brexit ...
No-deal Brexit sparks mixed reaction: Poll
KARREN VERGARA  |  MONDAY, 21 JAN 2019
... services sector is grappling with the effects the upcoming Brexit deal will have on the industry. On the back of UK Prime Minister Theresa May's historic defeat of her proposed exit strategy from the EU last week, respondents were divided over believing ...
Chief economist update: disUnited Kingdom
BENJAMIN ONG  |  WEDNESDAY, 16 JAN 2019
... clean and leave his predecessor to deal with what has become an on-going fiasco that is Brexit. The former UK Prime Minister is the root and cause of all this when in February 2016, he announced the 23 June 2016 Brexit referendum, fresh from the Conservative ...
Chief economist update: So much Brexit uncertainty, so little time
BENJAMIN ONG  |  WEDNESDAY, 12 DEC 2018
When UK prime minister Theresa May declared that "Brexit is Brexit" and "no Brexit deal is better than a bad Brexit deal" when she addressed EU ambassadors in London on the 17 January 2017, she laid out 12 objectives for Brexit negotiations: 1. Clarity ...
Chief economist update: Trump trumps Brexit
BENJAMIN ONG  |  TUESDAY, 10 APR 2018
... that the US enjoyed a US$3.3 billion surplus with the UK in 2017 (up from US$1 billion in the previous year). UK Prime Minister Theresa May and Bank of England (BOE) governor Mark Carney could at least focus on the domestic economy. While UK GDP growth ...
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