April 25 (Bloomberg) -- On today's "The Pulse," Francine Lacqua and Guy Johnson provide commentary and analysis from the United Kingdom and the developing stories from around Europe along with a look-ahead to what's likely to dominate the U.S. business agenda. (Source: Bloomberg)
28:56 - China’s imports extended the longest losing streak in six years, underscoring the headwinds to global growth from a rebalancing in the world’s second-largest economy. Asian shares, copper, the yuan and the Australian dollar weakened. Imports plunged 17.7 percent in yuan terms in September from a year earlier, widening from a 14.3 percent decrease in August and an 11th straight decline. Exports fell 1.1 percent in September in yuan terms, the customs administration said Tuesday, compared with a 6.1 percent drop in August.
U.K. Inflation Turns Negative as CPI Falls 0.1%
Switzerland Said to Increase Bank Leverage Ratio
Would a Brexit Leave Gibraltar on Outside in Europe?
Please upgrade your Browser
Your browser is out-of-date. Please download one of these excellent browsers: