I en kort kommentar i Berlingske Tidende (Søndag) sonderer jeg imellem ytringsfr…

Klaus Riskær Pedersen Parti Via Facebook I en kort kommentar i Berlingske Tidende (Søndag) sonderer jeg imellem ytringsfrihed og forsamlingsfrihed. To forskellige bestemmelser i Grundloven der skal forvaltes forskelligt. Rasmus Paludan er 'provokerende agent' og urostifter, og fortaber alene af den grund retten til at demonstrere hvor han vil. Som løsning foreslår jeg et 'speakers corner' efter Engelsk model.

Huawei slashes revenue forecast as US curbs bite

Huawei’s founder on Monday cut the company’s revenue forecast for 2019 by a sixth and said it would scale back production, as the Chinese telecoms maker grapples with the fallout of the US government’s move to cutting off critical suppliers. “Over the next two years, the company will reduce production. We estimate we’ll reduce production by $30bn,” said Ren Zhengfei,...

Hvad er det, der roder mest?Netop taget på Svannemøllen St. Ihhh hvor de cykl……

Lars Tvede via Facebook Hvad er det, der roder mest?Netop taget på Svannemøllen St. Ihhh hvor de cykl…jeg mener e-løbehjul flyder og roder. For fanden dem må vi forbyde hurtigst muligt 😂 Det dejlige er at man faktisk behøver ikke at bruge cirkler eller e-løbehjulene hvis man ikke har lyst, men det giver os frihed, muligheder, og konkurrence til… Mere

Why Brexit Must Be Delivered (And Johnson Will Do It)

Via MishTalk Barring some stunning gaffe or sudden illness or death that takes him out of the race, Boris Johnson will be the UK’s next prime minister. Motion of No Confidence What about a motion of no confidence as backed by Tory MPs Rory Stewart and Dominic Grieve? There are only two problems with the idea. Two Major Problems With...

The Inverted Yield Curve

Via Naked Capitalism Yves here. As the old saying goes, “The yield curve predicted nine of the last five recessions.” By Inês Gonçalves Raposo, an Affiliate Fellow at Bruegel who previously worked for the Financial Stability Department of the Bank of Portugal. Originally published at Bruegel Longer-term yields falling below shorter-term yields have historically preceded recessions. Last week, the US...

Trump ‘perfectly happy’ to slap further tariffs on China if no deal is reached, Wilbur Ross says

Via CNBC Secretary of Commerce Wilbur Ross testifies during the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee hearing on the census on Thursday, Oct. 12, 2017. Bill Clark | CQ-Roll Call Group | Getty Images President Donald Trump is ready to proceed with tariffs on the remaining $300 billion in Chinese goods in the absence of a trade deal, according to...

Døgnrapport for fredag den 14. juni til søndag den 16. juni 2019

Via Politiet Assens Brandundersøgelser 5492 Vissenbjerg – Hvedemarken Anmeldt: 14/06/2019 10:36 Sket: 14/06/2019 10:36 Garage nedbrændt efter brug af ukrudts brænder. Ingen personskade. Indbrud i øvrigt5610 Assens – DrejervængetAnmeldt: 16/06/2019 07:54Sket: 15/06/2019 01:13Alarm: Rude i vindue knust. Vindue i baghave opbrudt, formentlig med koben. Stjålne genstande: Intet stjålet.  Brugstyveri af reg. personbil5560 Aarup – BredgadeAnmeldt: 14/06/2019 10:02Sket: 14/06/2019 09:45Opel Corsa...

Exclusive: Boeing seeking to reduce scope, duration of some physical tests for new aircraft – sources

Via Reuters Finance PARIS (Reuters) – Boeing Co engineers are reducing the scope and duration of certain costly physical tests used to certify the planemaker’s new aircraft, according to industry sources and regulatory officials. Several Boeing 777X aircraft are seen in various stages of production during a media tour of the Boeing 777X at the Boeing production facility in Everett,...

China to roll out new rare earths policy ‘as soon as possible’

Via RT Business Amid the ongoing trade war with the US, the Chinese development and reform commission is currently developing new state policies on rare earth metals, and intends to make them public as soon as possible. The spokeswoman for the Chinese state planning agency NDRC, Meng Wei, did not provide any further details at a Monday press conference. Beijing’s...

Skattestyrelsen hjælper borgerne med at ramme plet med skatten

Via Skattestyrelsen Siden 2010 har borgerne i stigende grad betalt mere korrekte skatter i løbet af indkomståret. For borgere med enkle skatteforhold – fx lønmodtagere, pensionister og SU-modtagere – er såvel restskatten som den overskydende skat, målt som andel af det samlede personskatteprovenu, således faldet. For borgere med enkle skatteforhold udgjorde den overskydende skat i 2010 4,7 pct. af det...

Long-awaited London-Shanghai share listing project goes live

Via Reuters Finance FILE PHOTO: People check their mobile phones as they stand outside the entrance of the London Stock Exchange in London, Britain. Aug 23, 2018. REUTERS/Peter Nicholls/File Photo LONDON (Reuters) – Companies listed in Britain will be able to sell shares in China on Monday with the launch of a long-awaited London-Shanghai Stock Connect project that finance minister...

Hong Kong protesters maintain push for Lam’s resignation

Hundreds of Hong Kongers gathered outside the city’s legislature on Monday to call for the resignation of chief executive Carrie Lam, as one of her top advisers declared there was “no chance” a controversial extradition bill that sparked huge protests in the city would be reintroduced. The protest on Monday follows a mass demonstration on Sunday against the bill that...

Uncertainty looms as Hong Kong protests drag into new week

Via CNBC Hundreds of protesters remained in the streets of Hong Kong on Monday morning as the new work week began. Cars were able to pass and most roads largely returned to normal, a day after a massive outpouring of anger over a controversial extradition bill that would allow fugitives to be sent to China for trial. Even though Chief...

Deutsche Bank to set up 50 billion euro bad bank: FT

Via Reuters Finance FILE PHOTO: Employees of Germany’s largest business bank, Deutsche Bank, gather ahead of the bank’s annual shareholder meeting in Frankfurt, Germany, May 23, 2019. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach/File Photo (Reuters) – Deutsche Bank is planning to overhaul its trading operations by creating a “bad bank” to hold tens of billions of euros of assets and shrinking or shutting its...

UK Deploying 100 Elite Royal Marines To Gulf After Tanker Attacks

Via Zerohedge Iran says it has summoned the British ambassador over the weekend after the UK publicly came out in support of the White House assessment pinpointing Iranian forces behind last Thursday’s two tanker attacks in the Gulf of Oman.  Last Friday Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt said the attacks were “almost certainly” carried out by Tehran. Hunt also warned of...

Banks accused of ‘systematic’ gouging of small customers on FX

Banks across Europe earn hundreds of millions of euros a year from overcharging small corporate customers for foreign exchange services, according to a new paper from the European Central Bank. The new research is the first data-driven study of the traditionally opaque world of forex derivatives pricing, and gives support to anecdotal evidence that smaller corporate clients tend to pay...