Draghi optimism on inflation sends euro higher Financial Times Mario Draghi has said he is “confident” that the European Central Bank’s policies would restore inflationary pressures in the eurozone and that the scars inflicted by the crisis will fully heal.
Exporters are wise to start preparing for a hard Brexit The Guardian The investment plans of Jaguar Land Rover are unlikely to be an isolated reaction to Brexit. Last week the carmaker revealed amid a fanfare of publicity that it would be hiring 5,000 extra engineers and, with less fanfare, that it would begin work… Read More
Brexit weekly briefing: day one of talks marks the first climbdown The Guardian – 1 hour ago You can listen to our latest Brexit Means … podcast here. Also: producing the Guardian’s independent, in-depth journalism takes a lot of time and money.
Britain seeks ‘special’ EU ties as Brexit talks start Reuters – 4 hours ago A beaming Brexit Secretary David Davis, a veteran campaigner against EU membership, told a sombre Michel Barnier, the EU’s chief negotiator, that his team aimed to maintain a “positive and constructive tone” during “challenging” talks ahead in the hope …
Candidate to negotiate Brexit trade deals walks away after failed negotiation Metro – 2 hours ago Britain’s potential chief trade negotiator for Brexit walked away when the civil service refused to negotiate over his salary.