Gold breaches key $1300 level, Dollar Offsets Loss - Markets Morning

The greenback managed to offset much of the losses they reported after news of North Korea's missile test. Still, the US currency is close to the 30-month low reached at the beginning of the week. The dollar index, showing the change of US money ...

Britain, Japan agree on closer security ties - Global Times

Britain and Japan said on Thursday they would cooperate in countering the threat posed by North Korea, two days after it fired a missile over northern Japan. UK Prime Minister Theresa May, looking to strengthen relations with one of her closest allies ...

Japan, Britain agree to enhance economic cooperation - Xinhua

TOKYO, Aug. 31 (Xinhua) -- Japan and Britain agreed on Thursday to boost economic ties in light of Britain's withdrawal from the European Union (EU). In a joint declaration by visiting British Prime Minster Theresa May and Japanese Prime Minister ...

Theresa May looks to reassure Shinzo Abe over Brexit - Financial Times

UK prime minister Theresa May looked to offer reassurances about Britain's future on Thursday, after Shinzo Abe, the Japanese prime minister, expressed concerns about the Brexit process. In a joint press conference with Mrs May on Thursday, Mr Abe said ...

North Korean missiles 'could reach Europe' warns Japanese PM as he and Britain push China to back oil sanctions - Mirror.co.uk

Britain wants China to back oil sanctions against North Korea as punishment for its latest missile test. The UK, the US and Japan are pushing Beijing to adopt the tough move to pile pressure on Kim Jong-un after his rogue regime fired a ballistic ...

UK and Japan aim for trade deal straight after Brexit: source - Reuters

TOKYO (Reuters) - Britain and Japan are aiming to put in place a bilateral trade agreement “pretty much immediately” after Brexit, a government source said on Thursday as Prime Minister Theresa May tries to reassure businesses and politicians during a ...

The Latest: UK, Japan urge Chinese pressure on North Korea - The San Luis Obispo Tribune

The leaders of Britain and Japan have once again urged China to play a larger role in pressuring North Korea to abandon its nuclear weapons development. British Prime Minister Theresa May said in Tokyo on Thursday that China has leverage over North ...