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U.K. trade minister Liam Fox says that the British government has "sympathy" for the Trump administration's stance on trade, though it disagrees with the measures taken.
European markets closed higher Wednesday afternoon, as investors waited for the latest monetary policy decision from the U.S. Federal Reserve.
The Confederation of British Industry boss also said U.K. lawmakers had failed to help businesses in Britain prepare for leaving Europe.
Open Europe Policy Analyst Aarti Shankar weighs in on the latest Brexit news coming out of the U.K. Parliament.
Consumer price inflation held at an annual rate of 2.4 percent in May, its joint-lowest since March 2017.
The news will be a welcome boost for May, who is currently contending with a government split over Brexit.
The pound rose on Tuesday after British Prime Minister Theresa May won a key vote in parliament with a compromise on plans to give lawmakers a 'meaningful' vote later this year on Brexit terms.
The main battle centers over whether the U.K. government or parliament will hold the final say over withdrawal from thge European Union.
The respected ManpowerGroup survey follows disappointing manufacturing and trade data.
The U.S. dollar and euro were range-bound ahead of decisive meetings of both central banks this week.
Brexit negotiations have been dragging for months because the British government is not focused on what really matters, a U.K. lawmaker told CNBC on Friday.
Boris Johnson was also recorded saying that he was “increasingly admiring” of the U.S. leader.
May was speaking ahead of a series of crunch parliamentary votes that could see a rebellion by those who want closer EU ties.
European bourses ended lower on average Friday as investors fretted over world trade ahead of this weekend's G-7 meeting in Canada.
European markets closed lower Thursday, as investors continued to weigh the chance of higher interest rates.
European markets closed lower on Tuesday, dragged down by banking stocks.