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HEADLINES
This week was a busy week, with global leaders convening in Davos for the World Economic Forum.

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HEADLINES
On the EU side: Theresa May held the first of three cabinet meetings on Brexit just yesterday, ahead of EU trade negotiations.

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HAPPY NEW YEAR- WE ARE BACK AND LOOK FORWARD TO AN INTERESTING 2018
On the EU Side: After the end of Estonia's term, Bulgaria has taken up the rotating six-month EU Council presidency.

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THIS WEEK IN TRADE
This week saw the much-touted PM May and President Juncker lunch which did not end the way many hoped when Northern Ireland’s Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) objected to the wording of a text on the future operation of the border - read a review of the chaotic events by BBC’s Laura Kuenssberg here.

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THIS WEEK IN TRADE
This week saw the first potential ‘breakthrough’ in Brexit negotiations, with the UK agreeing to EU demands on an increased Brexit Bill.

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HAPPY THANKSGIVING
To our American friends and colleagues, we wish you a Happy Thanksgiving! 

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THIS WEEK IN TRADE
This week’s news has been dominated by President Trump’s trip to Asia

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THIS WEEK IN TRADE
The Bank of England is expecting that up to 75,000 jobs could be lost in financial services following Britain’s departure from the EU. 

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THIS WEEK IN TRADE
Last Friday, just shortly before President Donald Trump arrives in Beijing in early November, the Commerce Department hit imports of Chinese aluminum foil with preliminary anti-dumping duties, ranging from 97 percent to more than 162 percent. 

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THIS WEEK IN TRADE
In the context of the annual meetings of the World Bank and the IMF, the latter has released the full 2017 World Economic Outlook . 

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