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European Equities: Coronavirus Updates and Government Chatter in Focus

Economic Calendar: Monday, 30th March Spanish HICP (YoY) (Mar) Prelim Spanish CPI (YoY) (Mar) Prelim German CPI (MoM) (Mar) Prelim Tuesday, 31st March French Consumer Spending (MoM) (Feb) German Unemployment

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Markets slide again on fear of long, global lockdown

Entertainment The Guardian ‘Impossible to comprehend’: Stephen King on horrors of Trump and coronavirus Years after his pandemic novel, bestselling author tells CNN he is mystified that US was not

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Stocks – Europe Falls Back; Virus Measures in Place for Longer

By Peter Nurse  Investing.com – European stock markets fell sharply on Monday, weighed on by President Donald Trump’s decision to abandon his plans for an early reopening of the U.S.

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Dow Futures Slide, Global Stocks Weaken as Investors Brace For More Coronavirus Disruption

Check is in the mail? For many Americans, it won’t be. The trajectory of the U.S. economy will largely rest on how many payments go unmade, which bills are put

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John Parker decries slow progress on ethnic minority board representation

John Parker, author of an influential report into ethnic and cultural diversity and chairman of utility company Pennon, has called on British business to step up their efforts on ethnic

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British Prime Minister Boris Johnson tests positive for coronavirus

Yahoo Finance’s Tom Belger joins the On The Move panel to break down the latest news from the United Kingdom amid the coronavirus outbreak. Video Transcript ADAM SHAPIRO: But we

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The Week Ahead – Coronavirus Updates and Hectic Economic Calendar to Keep the Markets Busy

On the Macro It’s a busy week ahead on the economic calendar, with 74 stats to monitor in the week

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European Equities: A Week in Review – 28/03/20

The Majors It was a bullish week for the European majors, with 3-days in the green out of 5 ending

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The Weekly Wrap – A Dollar Slump, The Stimulus Bill, and The Coronavirus Grabbed the Headlines

The Stats It was a busy week on the economic calendar, in the week ending 27th March. A total of

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Dobson stepping down as Schroders chairman

City grandee Michael Dobson is stepping down as chairman of Schroders, ending a two-decade reign at the helm of the

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StockBeat: Builders, Agents Fall as an Englishman's Home Becomes His Prison

By Geoffrey Smith  Investing.com — For weeks, the property-obsessed British public has been accused of not taking the Covid-19 seriously enough.

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U.K. stocks hammered as coronavirus cases spiral higher and Boris Johnson tests positive

U.K. stocks hammered as coronavirus cases spiral higher and Boris Johnson tests positive U.K. stocks were hammered on Friday bringing

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Falling Knife Catchers Are About to Learn a Lesson

Today, in our analysis, we’ll focus on the United States, where the US surpassed China in the number of total

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British Prime Minister Boris Johnson tests positive for coronavirus — what happens now?

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson tests positive for coronavirus — what happens now? British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has tested

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U.K. Prime Minister Johnson tweets he has tested positive for coronavirus

U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson has tweeted that he has tested positive for coronavirus. “Over the last 24 hours I

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European stocks and U.S. futures fall as American coronavirus cases climb

European stocks opened lower, tracking losses for U.S. stock futures as investor concern grew over climbing cases of the coronavirus

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European Equities: The Futures Point to a Positive Open with no Stats to Rock the Boat…

The Majors The mini-rally continued in what became a gravity-defying act, with the CAC40 and EuroStoxx600 gaining 2.55% and 2.51%

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European stocks turn higher, putting market on track for third straight gain

European stocks turn higher, putting market on track for third straight gain European stocks reversed early losses to trade higher

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Bank of England keeps rates at nearly zero and says could expand asset purchases if necessary

The Bank of England voted unanimously to keep interest rates at 0.1% and maintain its £200 billion program of buying

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