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Burton Mills – China to Use Tax Cuts to Support Economy

China has announced its intention to roll out a series of tax cuts for small businesses in an effort to support business activity as the economy slows. Chinese government officials said that they would implement tax reductions on a wider…

Burton Mills – US Could Hit China With More Tariffs

In the event that trade talks between US President Donald Trump and Chinese Premier, Xi Jinping fail to reach a resolution, the US is preparing to impose tariffs on the remainder of Chinese goods say analysts at Burton Mills. An…

Burton Mills – China to Help Private Firms Raise Funds

As growth in the world’s second-largest economy cools to a rate not witnessed since the financial crisis ten years ago, Burton Mills analysts say China has promised to launch more programs to support private businesses. The government will implement measures…

Burton Mills – China US Trade Surplus Reaches Record High

Burton Mills economists say that, due to a rush of export orders prior to the implementation of US trade tariffs, China recorded a record high trade surplus of $34.13 billion last month in spite of escalating trade tensions between the…

Burton Mills – Trump Strategy Could Cause De-Globalization of Major Economies

Pascal Lamy, former head of the World Trade Organization, has warned that President Donald Trump is isolating the American and Chinese economies from global trade. Since early this year, Trump has imposed a raft of import tariffs on Chinese products…

Burton Mills – Trade Pact Hinders China Trade Deal

Analysts at Burton Mills say China's plans to establish a free-trade deal with Canada and Mexico were thrown a curveball by a clause in the new US Mexico Canada trade pact that prevents such trade deals with "non-market" nations. The…

Burton Mills – Supply Concerns Cause US Oil Prices to Rise

Burton Mills analysts say US oil futures prices increased by nearly 2 percent this week, boosted by a fifth consecutive week of inventory drawdown. The robust domestic demand also fueled supply concerns over US sanctions to be implemented on Iran…

Burton Mills – Trump Challenges Abe on Trade

In spite of a close and amicable personal relationship between US President Donald Trump and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, Burton Mills analysts say that Trump is giving Abe a hard time on trade. In recent months, Trump has imposed…

Burton Mills – Manufacturing Growth in China Cools

Burton Mills analysts say that a recent survey showed that China’s manufacturing activity expanded at its slowest rate in more than 12 months last month as export orders decreased for a fifth consecutive month and companies were forced to let…

Burton Mills – US Factory Output Rises in April

Burton Mills economists say manufacturing productivity increased 0.5 percent in April according to a report by the Federal Reserve on productivity across the industrial sector which is comprised of mining, electric, gas, and manufacturing. Burton Mills economists had predicted an…

Burton Mills – Germany's Unemployment Falls in May

Burton Mills analysts say Germany’s rate of joblessness reached a record low last month as official data revealed that jobless numbers dropped. Burton Mills analysts believe the data indicates a strong German labor market that has become a major driver…

Burton Mills – EU Market Affected by US Tariffs

Analysts at Burton Mills say the US tariffs on metals imports have caused a significant increase in volumes on Europe’s steel market as some producers reroute their product to the European Union instead of the US. Burton Mills analysts say…

Burton Mills – BoE Delays Rate Increase

In the first quarter of this year, the U.K.’s economy expanded at its slowest pace since 2012 prompting Burton Mills economists to question whether the Bank of England would go ahead with this month’s interest rate hike as planned. Recent…

Burton Mills: EU to Offer Financial Market Access to UK

Earlier this week, City minister, John Glen stated that the European Union will offer some access to the UK’s extensive financial services sector after Brexit. Burton Mills analysts say there is a sense that the transition agreement reached by the…

Burton Mills – March Weather Causes Decline in UK Retail Sales

Burton Mills economists say more UK shoppers stayed at home last month as they felt the effects of unseasonable cold weather. Official data revealed that this caused the biggest quarterly drop in retail sales in twelve months and hurt overall…

Burton Mills – Chinese Investment in the US Fell in 2017

Burton Mills - For years, Chinese companies have injected a significant amount of capital into the United States, strengthening the relationship between the world’s two biggest economies. Analysts at Burton Mills say that in 2017 this investment decreased 36% from…

Burton Mills – UK Productivity Rises

Burton Mills analysts say the UK posted its most robust productivity growth in more than ten years during the last two quarters of last year. These results were helped by stronger growth from October to December. Burton Mills economists say…

Burton Mills – UK Retailers Reduce Shop Prices

UK shop prices fell at their fastest pace in more than 12 months, last month. Burton Mills economists say this indicates that inflation pressure caused by the pound’s devaluation after the Brexit referendum in June 2016 could be starting to…

Burton Mills – Germany Seeks Greater Trade Cooperation

Last week, Germany’s minister of economy applauded US President Donald Trump’s decision to temporarily exempt member countries of the European Union from harsh U.S. metals import tariffs and expressed a desire for greater international cooperation on trade. Last week, President…

Burton Mills – UK Retail Sales Up in February

​UK retail sales spiked in February, although Burton Mills economists say concerns persist about the strength of consumer demand as the Bank of England considers when to increase interest rates leading up to Brexit in little over a year. The…

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