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    Far right Italian leader Salvini warns EU could 'swindle' UK on Brexit Italy's Deputy Prime Minister and leader of far right party The League has warned the EU may try to “swindle” the UK out of Brexit.

    Former Member of the European Parliament Matteo Salvini said Theresa May should take a hardline stance in her Brexit negotiations, saying: “My experience in the European parliament tells me you either impose yourself or they swindle you.”

    Salvini said the UK should be prepared to walk away from talks.

    *Read more*: Government's EU charm offensive continues despite Barnier's customs block

    “Because on some principles there is no need to be flexible and you should not go backwards,” he said.

    The Eurosceptic and anti-immigrant politician said in an interview with the Sunday Times that the EU was trying to punish the UK for trying to leave the bloc.

    “There is no objectivity or good faith from the European side,” he said.

    “I hope the negotiations end well for the UK to serve as an example of the people coming out on top of the EU,” he added.

    *Read more*: Aldi suppliers to plan for 'no deal' Brexit amid stockpiling fears

    He said that the Italian government would be happy to have one-on-one talks with May.

    Salvini’s comments come as May tries to sell the Chequers Brexit deal directly to European governments, despite the EU’s chief negotiator Michel Barnier rejecting a key element of the plan.

    Speaking last week Barnier said the EU “will not delegate the application of its customs policy and rules, VAT and excise duty collection to a non-member”.

    May was in Austria at the weekend, meeting Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz and Czech Prime Minister Andrej Babis.

    Speaking at a press conference in Salzburg alongside May, Kurz said it was important for the UK to avoid a “hard” or disorderly Brexit, but said otherwise Brexit negotiations were going quite well.

    Kurz said he wanted Austria and the UK to have a close relationship post-Brexit.

    “It’s important to avoid a hard Brexit,” he said, but said he hoped that relations between the UK and the EU and Austria “remain very strong”. Reported by City A.M. 1 hour ago.

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  • 07/29/18--13:31: All the U19 EURO results
  • Recap all the results from Finland following Portugal's dramatic final win against Italy. Reported by UEFA 18 hours ago.

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    All the Under-19 EURO results Recap all the results from Finland following Portugal's dramatic final win against Italy. Reported by UEFA 18 hours ago.

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  • 07/29/18--14:48: Under-19 EURO highlights
  • Under-19 EURO highlights Watch highlights of the action in Finland following Portugal's victory in the final against Italy. Reported by UEFA 17 hours ago.

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    In an interview published in Corriere della Sera on Sunday, *Italy’s *Deputy PM and leader of the 5-Star Movement Luigi Di Maio noted that an Italian referendum to quit the Euro is not in the governing coalition’s contract, Reuters reports.

    Key Points:

    Asked about a referendum, he said: “It was something the government was “sensitive to”, but it was not part of the governing “contract” agreed between the 5-Star and the League.

    “This government will not pursue it.” 

    Di Maio’s comments came after 5-Star founder, Beppe Grillo, said last week that Italy should have a “plan B” to quit the Eurozone if economic conditions dictated and that Italians should vote in a referendum to see if a majority wanted to quit the currency.  Reported by 11 hours ago.

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    Forex today in Asia was a quiet start to a busy week ahead, with most majors sticking to tight trading ranges, as a typical risk-off tone prevailed amid continued Yuan weakness and increased cautiousness heading into the key central banks’ monetary policy announcements due later this week.

    Among the Asia-pac currencies, the Yen traded little changed versus its American counterpart around the 111 handle, despite the BoJ’s JGB operations, upbeat Japanese retail sales data and rising Japanese 10-year bond yields. The Antipodeans were on the back foot on the back of persisting Yuan sell-off and a broadly bid US dollar following upbeat US growth figures.

    Meanwhile, the Asian equities dropped dragged lower by China stocks. Both crude benchmarks traded with modest gains while gold and copper prices on Comex fell, with the yellow metal back

    *Main topics in Asia*

    US President Trump threatens another government shutdown - Reuters

    As was reported earlier, US President Donald Trump has again threatened a government shutdown in an effort to force Congress to provide funding for his long-promised border wall with Mexico. 

    EU judges could get final say in Brexit disputes - UK Times

    As reported by the UK Times, Britain is looking to concede jurisdictional power to European judges concerning key issues, a move that will surely anger hard-line Brexiteers in the UK's parliament.

    USD/CNY clocks 11-month high of 6.8370

    The USD/CNY opened at 6.8159 and rose to an 11-month high of 6.8348 in early trade.

    Hedge funds' 10-year T-note net shorts hit record high - Reuters

    Speculators' net bearish bets on US 5-year and 10-year Treasury note futures rose to record highs in the week ended July 24, according to Commodity Futures Trading Commission data released on Friday. 

    Japan’s Suga: No comment on if BoJ to start laying groundwork for QE exit

    Japan’s Chief Cabinet Secretary Suga is out on the wires now, via Reuters, making some comments on the Bank of Japan (BoJ) monetary policy decision due tomorrow.

    Italy's Deputy PM Di Maio: Euro referendum not part of Italian government plans

    In an interview published in Corriere della Sera on Sunday, *Italy’s *Deputy PM and leader of the 5-Star Movement Luigi Di Maio noted that an Italian referendum to quit the Euro is not in the governing coalition’s contract, Reuters reports.

    Yuan slump to offset China tariff pain – Goldman Sachs

    In a recent client note, Goldman Sachs’ Analysts argued that the declines in the Chinese Yuan on a trade-weighted basis will offset the drag on Chinese growth from the first two rounds of US tariffs.

    US Treasury Sec. Mnuchin sees at least 3% growth for next 4-5 years - Reuters

    Reuters is out with comments from the US Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin, as he speaks about the *US economic growth* prospects in the coming years in an interview with ‘Fox *News* Sunday’.

    BOJ offers to lend JPY 32.4 billion of government debt, 10Y JGB yield hit 17-month high

    The *news* is crossing the wires via Reuters that the 10-year Japanese Government Bond (JGB) yield has risen to 0.105 percent - its highest level since February 2017. 

    *Key Focus ahead*

    Heading towards Europe, markets brace for a raft of the second-tier UK macro news, including the UK mortgage approvals, money supply and net lending to individuals that will drop in all at once at 0830 GMT.

    Also, in focus remains the economic confidence numbers from the Euroland due to be reported at 0900 GMT. The main event risk for today remains the German July preliminary CPI report scheduled for release at 1200 GMT. Germany’s Prelim CPI is expected to steady at 2.1% y/y in July.

    Moving on, the US pending home sales data will headline the NA session ahead of the Dallas Fed manufacturing Business index release.

    EUR/USD: Sidelined in a pennant pattern, eyes German CPI release

    The EUR/USD technicals are biased to the bears, meaning the pair could find acceptance below 1.1598 (base of the pennant pattern) if the preliminary German consumer price index (CPI) misses estimates.

    GBP/USD holding on to 1.32 as potential BoE rate hike looms ahead

    Monday is a quiet showing for the GBP/USD on the *economic calendar*, with the GFK Consumer Confidence Survey expected for the UK late at 23:01 (forecast to hold steady at -9), as well as Pending Home Sales for the USD at 14:00 GMT.

    BoJ: No immediate change to the QQE programme expected – Societe Generale

    Analysts at Societe Generale offer a sneak peek at what to expect from the *Bank of Japan* (BoJ) monetary policy announcement and outlook report due tomorrow after 0230 GMT.

    Australia: Building approvals nudged higher in June – ANZ

    Analysts at Australia and New Zealand Banking Group (ANZ) expect Australia’s building approvals to advance in the month of June, despite ongoing tightening in credit availability and weaker housing finance results.

    China factory growth seen cooling slightly in July - Reuters poll

    According to the latest Reuters poll of 28 economists, a majority of them expect *China’s *manufacturing sector activity to ease slightly in the month of July, in the wake of softer domestic investment and US-Sino trade spat.

    The week ahead and key events: eyes on FOMC statement & BoJ - Nomura

    Analysts at Nomura offered their outlook for the week ahead and the key events.

      Reported by 9 hours ago.

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    Analysts at Deutsche Bank lists down the key economic releases and events for the week.

    *Key Quotes*

    *“Monday*: In Europe, we'll get the preliminary July CPI print for Spain followed by June money and credit aggregates data in the UK and July confidence indicators for the Euro area. In the afternoon we'll then get the July preliminary CPI report for Germany, while in the US the data includes June pending home sales data and the July Dallas Fed manufacturing activity print. Away from that, President Donald Trump will host Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte at the White House, while earnings highlights include Caterpillar.”

    *“Tuesday:* All eyes on Tuesday will be on the BoJ monetary policy meeting. Datawise, we get the July GfK consumer confidence print for the UK overnight along with preliminary June industrial production for Japan and July PMIs China. In Europe, we'll get preliminary July CPI prints for France, Italy and the Euro area along with the advance Q2 GDP release for the Euro area. In the US, June PCE and the Q2 ECI data should be the main focus, while the July Chicago PMI and July consumer confidence data are also slated for release. Apple earnings will also be a big focus, while Procter & Gamble, Pfizer, BP and Credit Suisse numbers are also due.”

    *“Wednesday:* The big highlight on Wednesday is the Fed monetary policy meeting outcome at 19:00 BST. Prior to this, data releases include the final July manufacturing PMI for Japan and July Caixin manufacturing PMI for China. In Europe, we'll also get the remaining July manufacturing PMIs while in the US the July ADP employment change reading, final July manufacturing PMI, June construction spending, July ISM manufacturing and July total vehicle sales data are all due. Away from that, Tesla and Metlife will be reporting Q2 earnings. It's worth also noting that the US Treasury will unveil its latest borrowing plans.”

    *“Thursday:* The main focus on Thursday will likely be the BoE's MPC meeting outcome at 12:00 BST. It's a quiet day for data in Europe with June PPI for the Euro area the only release of note. In the US, the latest weekly initial jobless claims print is due along with June factory orders data and the final June durable and capital goods orders revisions. Away from the data, the BoJ's Amamiya will speak overnight. Earnings wise, Barclays, Siemens and Dupont will report.”

    *“Friday:* We end the week on Friday with the July employment report in the US in the afternoon. Away from that, overnight, we get the BoJ's June monetary policy meeting minutes along with July services and composite PMIs for Japan and July Caixin services and composite PMIs for China. In Europe the final services and composite PMIs are also due along with June retail sales for the Euro area. In the US, the other data includes the final July services and composite PMI prints along with July ISM non-manufacturing composite. Berkshire Hathaway will report its Q2 earnings.” Reported by 6 hours ago.

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    Italy’s new government wants to reject a painstakingly negotiated trade deal between the European Union and Canada, and that is welcome news to Ettore Prandini, a small farmer in Italy’s fertile north. Reported by Wall Street Journal 5 hours ago.

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    Documents filed in the Manafort case allege that Mr. Friedman, an Italian media celebrity, helped lobbying efforts in the U.S. and Europe on behalf of Ukraine. Reported by 4 hours ago.

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    ELEVEN SPORTS to be distributed across FloSports sites to a worldwide audience

    AUSTIN, Texas (PRWEB) July 30, 2018

    Today, FloSports, the innovator in live digital sports and original content, announced a first-of-its-kind arrangement for live events with ELEVEN SPORTS US. Under the agreement, FloSports will have exclusive digital-only rights to distribute an ELEVEN SPORTS programming feed that includes nearly 500 men’s and women’s live events over the next 12 months.

    The events will be available to every subscriber across the FloSports network on sites such as FloHoops, FloWrestling, FloHockey, FloSoftball, FloTrack, FloFootball, FloCombat, FloRugby, FloBikes, FloGrappling, and FloVolleyball.

    Coverage available digitally across FloSports will include New Mexico State Aggies football games, men’s basketball games from the Big Sky Conference, World Judo Championships, and much more.

    “The addition of hundreds of new live events to our network is exciting for both us and our subscribers,” FloSports Vice President, Global Rights Acquisition, Mike Levy said. “This deal with ELEVEN SPORTS reflects a new sports media order where linear and digital sports distributors work together to best serve sports fandom. We’re thrilled to see where this partnership leads.”

    “Making our feeds available to as many fans as possible requires smart partnerships,” Managing Director, ELEVEN SPORTS US, Anthony Bailey said. “FloSports has a fast-growing and sizable subscriber base, and we have rights to over 4,000 live events. This deal makes thousands of live game hours more accessible, and advances our goal of seamlessly connecting fans with sports across every device, screen, and platform.”

    With more than 10,000 live competitions per year, FloSports continues to emerge as the global leader in live, in-depth, and on-demand digital coverage for passionate sports fans. To access live and on-demand coverage of these events, visit any of the sites in the FloSports network and become a monthly or annual PRO subscriber. Either subscription unlocks access to premium content across the entire FloSports network. Watch the games across all screens by downloading the FloSports app on iOS, Roku, or Apple TV 4.

    For more information, visit


    About FloSports
    FloSports, the innovator in live digital sports and original content, partners with event rights holders, governing bodies, and other media companies to unlock a world of sports coverage that true fans have been waiting for. Through live streaming of premier events, original video programming, and weekly studio shows, FloSports is growing the sports, the events, the athletes, and the fans. Current verticals under the FloSports header include Rugby, Basketball, MMA, Football, Wrestling, Track, Gymnastics, Hockey, and more.

    ELEVEN SPORTS is an award-winning global sports provider dedicated to delivering world-class international and domestic sports and lifestyle entertainment. In just over two years, ELEVEN has become a young, dynamic brand that resonates globally as well as locally, engaging fans on-air and online, in local languages and with a fresh tone of voice. In the United States, ELEVEN SPORTS is carried on DIRECTV, Verizon Fios, AT&T U-verse and NCTC, and OTT services Twitch, FuboTV, Sony Vue, and iGol.

    ELEVEN SPORTS delivers more than 30,000 LIVE hours of top class sporting action per year to over 17 million paying customers worldwide in Belgium, Italy, Luxembourg, Poland, Singapore, Taiwan and the United States. ELEVEN has recently made its first moves in the UK, Ireland and Portugal which are set to become the platform’s eighth, ninth and tenth markets with launches ahead of the 2018/19 domestic football season. Live coverage of premium sports events is supplemented with news, comprehensive analysis, digital content and local programming. ELEVEN’s services are 24/7, multi-screen, full HD and locally produced to the highest international production standards. Reported by PRWeb 2 hours ago.

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    ROME (AP) — The fatal poisoning of a rescue dog used to find survivors in a quake in Italy is sparking calls for tougher penalties against such attacks. The owner of Kaos, a German shepherd, on Sunday reported it was poisoned in his garden. Police are investigating the dog’s death. Kaos was deployed in Amatrice, […] Reported by Seattle Times 44 minutes ago.

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    ROME (AP) — The fatal poisoning of a rescue dog used to find survivors in a quake in Italy is sparking calls for tougher penalties against such attacks.The owner of Kaos, a German shepherd, on Sunday reported it was poisoned in... Reported by New Zealand Herald 21 minutes ago.

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    The European market has had its best first-half of the century, although diesels have taken a heavy hit in several countries

    The European car market has experienced its highest number of first-half registrations this century, with registrations up 2.4% on 2017 to a total of 8.66 million cars. 

    These figures are despite a trough in diesel registrations. Diesels are down by 17% over the first half of 2017 to now make up just 37% of the car market in Europe – the smallest share since 2001.

    The backlash against diesel has been highest in the UK and Norway, with 30% and 32% drops respectively. Slovenia’s diesel car market declined 28% and those of Finland and Belgium fell by a fifth. 

    As Europe turns to SUVs, registrations of all other segments of car collectively fell by 4% to 4.865 million, while SUV registrations grew to 2.92 million – a leap of 24%, taking the models to their highest market proportion in history.

    The Volkswagen Group was the most prolific SUV manufacturer across the first half of the year, experiencing a 42% rise in its SUV registrations. It was bolstered by the new Volkswagen T-Roc, which has become the 32nd best-selling car in Europe, as well as one of the best-selling SUVs, despite having only recently been launched.

    The Nissan Qashqai remains atop the SUV pack, however, climbing to fifth overall from sixth previously. The Volkswagen Golf remains Europe’s best-selling car, with more than a quarter of a million examples registered so far this year.

    *Europe’s top 10 best-selling cars in 2018 so far *

    1 - Volkswagen Golf, 257,550 registrations2 - Renault Clio, 185,2343 - Volkswagen Polo, 163,9244 - Ford Fiesta, 157,2865 - Nissan Qashqai, 134,5476 - Peugeot 208, 132,7647 - Volkswagen Tiguan, 129,2378 - Skoda Octavia, 123,7109 - Renault Captur, 121,23510 - Vauxhall/Opel Corsa, 117,981

    The well-publicised decline of MPVs continued into 2018, with a 23% drop in sales compared with the first half of 2017. A total of 532,600 were registered in Europe, making 2018 one of the worst years for MPVs in a decade. 

    The UK was one of Europe’s weakest nations for overall registrations. Despite being one of the largest markets, a 6.3% drop over 2017 was posted. Romania, one of the smaller markets, had the largest growth, with a 33.4% year-on-year growth. Larger markets including Sweden, the Netherlands, Poland and Sweden also posted growth, while Ireland, Denmark, Norway, Italy, Switzerland and the Czech Republic were the other markets to post declines. 

    *Europe’s top 10 best-selling brands in 2018 so far*

    1 - Volkswagen, 988,507 registrations2 - Renault, 624,4433 - Ford, 573,2504 - Peugeot, 542,4335 - Opel/Vauxhall, 493,8026 - Mercedes-Benz, 460,0557 - Audi, 432,1918 - BMW, 428,1859 - Fiat, 405,51110 - Skoda, 398,650

    Jato global analyst Felipe Munoz said: “Car makers continue to update and modernise their traditional models, while the range of SUVs on offer continues to grow and appeal to all kinds of budgets and needs. The diesel crisis certainly affected the speed of growth in the market, but consumers are overcoming this by turning to more attractive petrol and AFV [alternatively fuelled vehicles] solutions.”

    Registrations of AFVs rose to 5.4% of the European total, making up 450,000 cars in total - a 31% increase over the same period in 2017. 

    *Read more:*

    Top 10 best family SUVs 2018

    2018's most popular cars in Europe by market segment

    2018's most popular cars in Europe – by country

    UK new car market suffers biggest decline in Europe Reported by Autocar 42 minutes ago.

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    Princess Eugenie holidays on the Amalfi Coast with her fiancé Jack Brooksbank Eugenie, 28, and Jack, 32, looked relaxed as they were spotted enjoying a day out in the picturesque Amalfi Coast region of Southern Italy, with the Princess even feeding her beau some pasta. Reported by MailOnline 24 minutes ago.

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    TURIN, Italy (AP) Cristiano Ronaldo has arrived for his first training session as a Juventus player. Reported by FOX Sports 23 minutes ago.

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    Donald Trump will welcome fellow populist Giuseppe Conte to the White House on Monday afternoon. You can watch it live on Reported by euronews 19 minutes ago.

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    A state official confirmed the governor's whereabouts after a photo surfaced of him boarding a plane to Italy. Reported by 1 day ago.

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    David Hasselhoff is married to longtime love Hayley Roberts! The 66-year-old former Baywatch actor tied the knot with the 38-year-old model on Tuesday (July 31) in Italy, according to People. David‘s daughters Taylor, 28, and Hayley, 25, were both in attendance. A small group of close friends and family was there to celebrate the nuptials. [...] Reported by Just Jared 1 day ago.

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    NEW YORK (AP) — The Hoff has gotten hitched for the third time. David Hasselhoff’s publicist confirmed Tuesday that the actor has married model Hayley Roberts. The small ceremony between the 66-year-old “Baywatch” star and 38-year-old Roberts took place in Italy with close friends and family. The couple first met seven years ago when Hasselhoff […] Reported by Seattle Times 1 day ago.

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    'Baywatch' and 'Knight Rider' star David Hasselhoff has gone to the altar for the third time, marrying model Hayley Roberts in Italy, according to the Associated Press

      Reported by 1 day ago.

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