(Bloomberg) -- Happy Friday, Europe. Here’s news from Bloomberg Economics to help get your day started:
- Italy’s rookie prime minister, Giuseppe Conte, negotiated a package of measures at his first EU summit to stem the flow of migrants
- U.K. confidence took a turn for the worse in June as businesses and consumers became more pessimistic on the economic outlook
- Central banks in emerging economies are losing the battle with markets as their efforts to shield their currencies struggle for traction
- Everything you need to know about the increasingly likely trade war
- China’s central bank said it’ll keep economic development steady and stabilize market expectations. Meanwhile, a key economic release Saturday will give one of the earliest signs of how China’s economy is faring as a wave of higher tariffs on trade with the U.S. approaches
- The Bank of Japan reduced debt purchases for a third time in June, taking advantage of the recent stability in bond yields and the yen, while data showed the jobless rate fell to the lowest level in a quarter century
- A wall? What happens at the Irish border if there’s no Brexit deal?
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