Bank of England Governor warned of a 35 percent crash in the British housing market.
The Turkish lira has plunged in recent months and is down almost 39 percent against the dollar in 2018.
American and European chambers of commerce report that foreign companies in China have been hurt by earlier tariff hikes.
Several dozen rebel MPs have discussed attempting to trigger a no-confidence vote in May.
Weak economic fundamentals, not blind investor panic, has driven a summer of currency crises.
In the aftermath of Britain's vote to leave the EU in June 2016, many experts had warned that Britain's financial services industry would see hefty job losses.
The iPhone maker has warned the Trump administration that the proposed tariffs will hurt the tech giant, despite earlier optimism to the contrary.
Official figures show UK wages climbing for first time in six months and a record number of job vacancies.
The "new line" of putting economic development first has been Kim's top priority this year.
A recent opinion poll shows Putin's approval ratings crashed this summer following the announcement of the pension reform
China said it is ready to impose retaliatory tariffs on $60 billion worth of U.S. goods if that happens.
Worry that big losses in some developing markets could ripple out into the global financial system.
Trade gap with the EU shot up 50 percent to a record $17.6 billion and with Canada nearly 58 percent to $3.1 billion.
Boris Johnson, who resigned as foreign secretary after feuding with May over Brexit, used his column in the Daily Telegraph to accuse May of surrendering to the EU.
The new east-west London railway - named the Elizabeth line - has cost around £15 billion.
The Kaiowá and Guarani have no access to drinkable water, no protection from agro-chemical contamination, and no adequate conditions for planting, hunting or fishing.
Germany is operating at full employment, with the jobless rate only 3.4 percent. Others such as Spain and Italy have double-digit unemployment rates.
May is the latest in a long line of prime ministers who have evoked the potential of "Africa" for their own political purposes.
South Sudan's economy is almost entirely dependent on exports of oil from its 3.5 billion barrels of reserves.
Analysts think the deal is \"overhyped\" but it provides President Donald Trump with a talking point for the midterm elections.