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    The pursuant of Hard-Brexit would cause the Britain to lose up to £66bn, the Treasury warns
    After the major news regarding the British exit that brought extreme damages in the overall economy of UK, the concept of hard-brexit rose by which experts discussed it as the withdrawal in the single market along with dropping its membership to EU customs union and it is believe that this is a harm-generating occurrence.
    As it was stated by the HM treasury, the region is expected to lose as much as £66bn, in case that type of Brexit option will be executed. In accordance to the statement from the elected officials, there would be a 9.5% decline to the country's GDP.

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    October 13, 2016
    Weak Trades in China Slows Down Economic Growth
    The exports and imports in China fell short of expectations as it dropped by 10% and 1.9% respectively in US dollars. This was triggered by a weak demand both domestically and internationally affected by the price hike in oil. Although in Chinaís perspective this became an advantage with higher returns. For analysts this is a sign for a slow growth in the economy but it is still inconclusive to say unless there is another substantial report that confirms slow development.

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    October 21, 2016
    Route to Recovery of UKís Manufacturing Sector Through Low-Skilled Jobs Expansion
    The manufacturing sector of Britain depends on the proliferation of low-skilled jobs after years of decline since 2011. However, even if there is 5% increase in jobs data, the output has not risen enough. It is not totally unproductive but is in a state of jeopardy.
    The productivity rate was the same with the pre-crisis level despite the increase in low-skilled jobs. Different manufacturing companies recondition their factories to boost productivity, dismissing thousands of employees and increasing output. The government now aims to strategize towards the stabilization of the economy focusing on manufacturing exports.

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    October 21, 2016

    The production for world wine predicted to hit a four-year low.

    The unpleasant weather in France and South America had brought negative condition on the output of world wine as it was presented in the industry forecasts.

    According to reports, one of the intergovernmental organization for vine-based products, International Organisation of Vine and Wine (OIV) said that their valuation for their production will only achieve 259.5 mhl. This manufactured by-product demonstrated a decline of 5%. Nevertheless, the company affirmed that prices will not be affected upon this issue.

    This year many countries experienced some worse situations such as the Italy that recently dropped 2%. France production had a downturn of 12% caused by frost and hailstorms. This climatic event also disturb Argentina's manufacturing by 35%, Chile at 21% and Brazil loss 50%.

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    October 24, 2016

    UK PM Theresa May Resumes Meeting with UK Governments amid Brexit Breakup Concerns

    UK Prime Minister Theresa May is set to resume having regular meetings with UK governments after Scotland government officials expressed their concerns regarding Mayís ability to actually strike a substantial deal in discussions on how to handle UKís separation from the EU. Nicola Sturgeon, Scotlandís First Minister, is reportedly preparing for possibly another referendum if ever May clinches a Brexit agreement which would exclude the country from the EU singular marketplace for services and goods.
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    October 24, 2016
    Belgium given a deadline until Monday to resolve CETA trade deal with Canada
    The sovereign state of Belgium were given an ordain from the politico-economic union to work through the odds regarding the CETA deal before the coming Monday otherwise, the settlement will be canceled.
    The principal representative of the European council, Donald Tusk is scheduled to meet with the Belgian Prime Minister, Charles Michel. The huddle between the two leaders will determine whether or not PM Justin Trudeau will take its flight to Brussels for the signing of agreement.
    Once there was no affirmation for the free trade agreement, the EU-Canada reconciliation will be deferred. It would take a long time again before another signing arrangement will be set according to sources.
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    EU Exporters Could End Up Paying Higher Tariffs to EU Than Vice Versa
    EU enterprise exporting goods would pay higher tariff to Uk compared to the other way around. Around £12.9 billion are to be paid by EU enterprises just on tariffs alone after UK leaving EU and should Britain come in terms with the World Trade Organization. In exchange, UK enterprise exporters has to pay around £5.2 billion for tariff in a year. This implies the significance for both parties to settle their post-Brexit trade deal. A study has been conducted showing 22 out of 27 EU members are found out to pay higher tariffs regarding exports to UK.
    Additionally, the act of Belgium to be against the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (Ceta) between EU and Canada which has been an issue recently. Nevertheless, a representative of the campaign, Chris Grayling, said that this would not be a hindrance to settle an agreement with the British trade deal with EU.
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    October 25, 2016
    Construction Spending in New York Has Hit a Record High
    Construction spending is booming this year as it has exceeded the target even before the increase in demand for new housing and office space. It is predicted that the it will reach up to $43.1 billion construction spending this year which has increased by 26% compared to 2015 driven by the private sector. New York City employment boomed since late 2009 including the private sector growth more which has expanded faster more than the usual average data.
    New York real estate is now receiving more attention as more investors globally look for investment returns which has both pros and cons. Consequently, the upswing in capital flow to New York City has diminished domestic returns.
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    October 25, 2016
    Better U.S stocks are to be expected under the Democrat
    Financial markets remain ambiguous amid the upcoming presidential elections, however, investors believe that stocks would probably thrive in case that 2016 Democrat Presidential Candidate, Hillary Clinton gain the victory.
    This inference was based on the latest study conducted by Brookings Institution, this will serve as a supporting document of the “stock market's preference for Clinton“
    An economist from the University of Michigan, Justin Wolfers and Eric Zitzewitz of Dartmouth College, an economist as well had tracked the markets overall attitude regarding the past events by which favors Clinton hence, this helped the Former Secretary of the State to heighten the probable chance of winning the position.
    They further studied that S&P 500 index is expected to make a 12% surge upon Clinton’s administration compared to its rival, Donald Trump. Additionally, the market is possible for a lower volatility rate of 15-30%. While the treasury yields will expand up to 25 basis points and finally, the oil barrel will have an additional 4% for trading.
    Most of the researchers had envisioned that Clinton’s triumph will largely make a breakthrough in the global market considering that the presidential result will be issued on November, the result can be felt on both local and international markets.
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    October 25, 2016

    Canadian Stocks Decrease in Value after Drop in Commodity Prices Affect Index

    The value of Canadian stocks finally dropped during Mondayís session after five daysí worth of rallying as a result of falling commodity prices which added more pressure to commodity-based companies. The S&P/TSX Composite Index for Canada decreased by 0.1% and is currently resting the at 14,923.01 level. The index increased last week by up to 2.4%, while profits from energy production and mining caused the index to surge by up to 15% for 2016, making this particular index the top performing equity market in the international platform, surpassing that of the UK and New Zealand.

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