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Cornelia Meyer

Cornelia Meyer is a business consultant, macro-economist and energy expert.

Twitter: @MeyerResources

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Why a global trade war can never end well

Brexit and trade wars have two things in common: One is that they are a little bit like a Mexican telenovela, where the plot meanders along repeating itself endlessly in various instalments. Two, they are both bad for the economy.

July 23, 2018

Why the UK’s Brexit white paper failed on both sides of the Channel

A little more than two weeks ago, British Prime Minister Theresa May assembled her Cabinet at her country residence Chequers. The result was a white paper detailing how the UK saw its post-Brexit relationship with the EU.

July 21, 2018

Why unilateral measures will hurt America most

Markets rebounded toward the end of last week, putting fears of trade wars on the back burner and looking forward to what will be a positive, if not frothy, earnings season.

July 09, 2018

At Chequers, another gambit in the Brexit chess game

British Prime Minister Theresa May managed on Friday to establish unity in her Cabinet over Brexit — for now at least. The two warring factions, Brexiteers and Remainers, had been at each other’s throats for months about Britain’s post-Brexit relationship with the European Union. 

July 08, 2018

Lack of investment is key concern at OPEC

Before last week’s eagerly anticipated OPEC meeting, the group organized its triennial seminar, which was attended by the great and the good of the industry. 

June 25, 2018