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Good morning! Here's what you need to know in markets on
Thursday.


1. Theresa May has criticised Donald Trump's choice to
recognise Jerusalem because the capital as Israel, calling the
provocative transfer "unhelpful in phrases of potentialities for peace in
the area." 
The standing of Jerusalem is hotly
disputed, with each Israel and the Palestinian Authority laying
declare to town as their capital. Every different nation does now not
recognise it because the capital of Israel, and as a substitute base their
embassies in Tel Aviv.


2. Britain will ensure rights for as but unborn youngsters who
sign up for EU folks after Brexit and settle for EU judges' rulings on
such rights, in accordance to a draft European Parliament solution
noticed by way of Reuters on Thursday. 
The file,
drafted on Monday for a vote subsequent week prior to an EU summit that
would possibly release talks on a long term EU-UK loose business pact, additionally confirms
that British Prime Minister Theresa May has secured settlement
from Brussels that British voters in the EU might be in a position to
reside freely in any member state after Brexit.


three. Bitcoin in short handed the $14,000 mark a little while in the past —
marking a acquire of greater than $2,000 in the final 24
hours. 
Prices on Coinbase — one of the crucial greatest
US buying and selling platforms — hit a prime of $14,344.22 all over in a single day
buying and selling in Asia and Australia.


four. Mobile cash switch carrier WorldRemit has raised $40
million (£29.7 million) from LeapFrog Investments and present
traders
Accel Partners and Technology Crossover
Ventures. 
WorldRemit introduced the "Series C"
fundraising on Thursday. It takes the entire raised by way of the
London-headquartered corporate to $220 million (£163.eight million).


five. The moderate
first-time purchaser deposit in London may just leap to
an eye-watering £250,000 inside of a decade, in accordance to new
analysis from dealer L&C Mortgages. 
The
company mentioned moderate deposits in the capital may just upward thrust from
£140,000 this 12 months to £245,000 by way of 2027, which represents a 75%
upward thrust. Nationally, moderate deposits may just upward thrust from £52,000 to
£81,000 in the similar length, just about a 60% upward thrust.


6. Global funding banks are going to see their revenues in
Europe chopped by way of $four.four billion from the brand new monetary reforms
that get
started to move reside in January, in accordance to a brand new
file.
Trading desks will undergo the brunt of the
losses. Banks generate about $170 billion in revenues from
company and funding banking (CIB) operations in Europe, the
Middle East, and Africa area — EMEA — however the extensive and complicated
European regulatory reforms referred to as MiFID II are anticipated to
trim that determine by way of 2.6%, in accordance to Coalition, an business
analytics and consulting company. 


7.  A U.S.-based Volkswagen government who oversaw
emissions problems was once sentenced to seven years in jail and fined
$400,000 by way of a pass judgement on on Wednesday for his position in a diesel
emissions scandal that has value the German automaker up to
$30 billion. 
The jail sentence and high-quality for
the manager, Oliver Schmidt, had been the utmost conceivable below a
plea deal in August the German nationwide made with prosecutors
after admitting to fees of conspiring to lie to U.S
regulators and violate clean-air regulations.


eight. A majority of Leave citizens consider that the United Kingdom govt is
dealing with Brexit talks badly and can finally end up with a foul deal
in accordance to
new analysis printed these days. 
A
new file by way of pollster John Curtice for the National Centre for
Social Research and What UK Thinks has discovered that whilst those that
voted Brexit final 12 months nonetheless consider they made the precise
choice, there was a pointy building up in pessimism amongst them
about how the negotiations are going.


nine. President Vladimir Putin showed Russia's worst saved
political secret on Wednesday, announcing he would run for
re-election in March 2018 - a competition he turns out positive to win
very easily and lengthen his grip on energy into a 3rd
decade. 
Putin, 65, has been in energy, both as
president or high minister, since 2000, longer than veteran
Soviet chief Leonid Brezhnev and outstripped handiest by way of dictator
Josef Stalin.


10. North
Korea mentioned america is making conflict
unavoidable.

 In but any other spherical of
threats, North Korea mentioned this week's joint 

US-South
Korea aerial drill

 is a "
unhealthy
provocation

."