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After four and a half years and unprecedented social and political discord, it has finally happened: the United Kingdom has left the European Union with the bare bones of a free trade agreement. More MetalMiner is available on LinkedIn. Bare bones free trade agreement It took until Christmas Eve — ahead of the Dec. 31...
After over three years of drama on the heels of its historic Brexit referendum, the U.K. officially withdrew from the E.U. at the end of January. Looking for metal price forecasting and data analysis in one easy-to-use platform? Inquire about MetalMiner Insights today! For now, not much has changed. The U.K. remains in a transitional...
One of U.S. President Donald Trump’s objectives when applying high import tariffs to steel, aluminum and, now, downstream products was to support domestic producers by making it economically more attractive to produce locally than to import. Improve metal purchase timing and mitigate price risk — trial MetalMiner’s monthly metal buying outlook An unexpected, or at...
Although the clocks will count down to 11 p.m. this evening to mark Brexit and Prime Minister Boris Johnson will pronounce “the dawn of a new era” for Britain, ending almost half a century of European Union membership, it will remain an issue of intense division within the U.K. with half the population feeling a...
Anyone who argues the U.K. has not been impacted by its decision three years ago to leave the European Union only has to look at the figures to see how wrong that argument is. Keep up to date on everything going on in the world of trade and tariffs via MetalMiner’s Trade Resource Center. The...
Every set of data in the U.K. prompts a surge of reports from two groups. On the one hard, there are those inclined to stay in the E.U. who assert the very prospect of Brexit is damaging the economy. On the other, there are those inclined to leave, stating it is the delay that is...
Observers outside the U.K. have probably viewed the Brexit process with a generally sanguine approach, assuming that the mother of all parliaments would come — in that most British of traditions — to some kind of pragmatic solution to the wide disparity of views and positions following the 2016 referendum in which the country voted...
March 29 is currently supposed to be the date by which Britain’s future relationship with the European Union is finally settled. MetalMiner’s Annual Outlook provides 2019 buying strategies for carbon steel There are several possible outcomes of varying likelihood. Britain could remain part of the E.U., which is looking comparatively unlikely. Or, it will leave...
For those on the other side of the pond, the debacle that is Brexit must feel rather like a distant joke, particularly the defeat this week of Prime Minister Theresa May’s Brexit plan by not just Parliament, but a large number of her own party. Need buying strategies for steel in 2019? MetalMiner’s Annual Outlook...
“No” is the simple answer, according to the Financial Times in an article this week. Need buying strategies for steel? Request your two-month free trial of MetalMiner’s Outlook So, does it matter? Not from a purely economic point of view, no. Sure, it has huge implications for the Brits, and for any company buying from...
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