Brexit Has the UK Traveling the Wrong Way in Time

(Bloomberg Opinion) – The idea of ​​time travel is an old British preoccupation, from HG Wells’s 1895 novel to the seemingly immortal television series “Doctor Who,” which first aired in 1963, the year before I was born. Although I did not travel by Tardis or encounter any murderous Daleks, returning to my native land last … Read more

Global Business Is Enduring a Synchronized Slowdown: Eco Week

“Russia’s war of aggression is causing global economic disruptions, impacting the security of global energy supply, food production and exports of food and agricultural commodities, as well as the functioning of global supply chains in general,” the G-7 ministers said in a communique after their gathering in Germany. .

Asia’s Two Richest Men Reap Windfall From Surging Oil, Coal

Though Adani, 59, and Ambani, 65, have unveiled a combined $ 142 billion in green investments over the next few decades in a pivot away from coal and oil – the bedrock of their empires – they are also finding it hard to kick the fossil-fuel habit as the conflict stokes demand. Global coal demand … Read more

Russia Again Shells Western Areas Near Lviv

Russian missiles again hit areas in the far west of Ukraine, including near the airport at Lviv, the mayor said. It was the first reported strike in some days in regions close to the Polish border that are a key corridor for Ukrainians attempting to flee to Poland. President Vladimir Putin proposed a new term … Read more