Posted at 9:11 am , on June 26, 2016
Greetings Readers, This short item post is mostly about Britain’s surprising vote for departure from the European Union. Saudi Arabia and the UIE see little Brexit impact on banking. Asian …
Source: Asian Network News In Brief #7
Posted at 9:08 am , on June 26, 2016
This short item post is mostly about Britain’s surprising vote for departure from the European Union.
- Saudi Arabia and the UIE see little Brexit impact on banking.
- Asian economies apparently not bothered by the Brexit turmoil.
- China, Russia eye closer relations amid Brexit-West turmoil.
- ‘Britain leaving EU makes disintegration practically inevitable.’ George Soros
- Soros calls for rapid reconstruction of EU after Brexit.
- Scotland seeks talks with EU leaders concerning leaving UK
- Most European leaders call for swift UK exit for the British.
- Brexit opposition split after referendum vote two days ago.
- Brexit not a done deal yet until after negotiations. On line anti-petition signatures total 2.6 million and climbing.
- Pound shrinks again to 8% vs. U. S. dollar. (Now is the time to vacation in Great Britain. I’m sure Soros is considering purchasing pounds in view of recovery. He’s made billions in currency speculation)
- Russian backed Syrian airstrikes kill 31 civilians in western Syria
- Bernie Sanders will vote for Clinton in November but will not endorse her.
- Pope visits Armenian genocide memorial. (Turkey never admitted to the WWII massacre. Turks cannot discuss the topic under penalty of jail and fine.
- U. S. fighters back Syrian forces as they nudge into border provinces.
- Iraqi forces declare battle of Fallujah is over.
- Panama Canal is set to open new locks for much bigger ships.
All the Best.