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    in: Politics  | 

    Commonwealth Nations Bid for Free Movement Bloc After Brexit

    The Prime Minister of Australia, Malcolm Turnbull, has announced that Australia will team up with New Zealand in a bid to negotiate new trade and immigration deals in the wake of the Brexit vote in the United Kingdom, reports The Commonwealth Freedom of Movement Organisation (CFMO). The CFMO has been campaigning for free movement between […]

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    Two Years to Settle Brexit Issues in Cyprus – FM

    The government has two years to sort out the issues raised by the UK’s decision to exit the European Union, and will be guided by the European Council and talks between Nicosia and London, said Foreign Minister Ioannis Kasoulides. One focus is on the British army bases, which have two agreements with the Republic of Cyprus; […]

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    in: Holistic  | 

    Thought for Today – Your Abundant Power

    Life is a journey in which you may experience your power, flexibility and courage. The more you let go of your ideas how things should be, the fears you have and the insecurities you make important in your life, the less you are influenced by what happens around you. You will live the destination of […]

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    Two Trillion Wiped off World Markets Post-Brexit – Analyst

    FXTM Research Analyst Lukman Otunuga comments on the markets seeking stability following the unanticipated Brexit victory: A wave of risk aversion eclipsed the financial markets during trading last week following the unanticipated Brexit victory that weighed heavily on global sentiment. Stock markets entered a free fall with over $2 trillion in value surrendered as unease […]

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    Brexit – The Aftermath

    Opinion I am no political or financial expert but I am looking at this from the viewpoint of a concerned citizen of the world with a little bit of common sense. Since yesterday morning, I have been following the news, newspapers, social media etc in relation to the impact of the results of the referendum. […]

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