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British stocks edged higher on Monday, with companies sensitive to Chinese demand getting a boost from the country’s efforts to limit the economic fallout from the deadly coronavirus.
British media outlets have reported that Sajid Javid , the chancellor, has resigned. He reportedly quit after being told by Prime Minister Boris Johnson to fire all of his advisers.
By Peter Nurse Investing.com – European stock markets edged lower Monday, as the partial reopening of factories across China was offset by signs of greater concern about the disease in
Now that the U.K. has legally exited the European Union and is no longer part of the world’s largest free-trading area, investors should start looking at how companies will perform.
(Bloomberg) — Demand for British stocks is finally resurgent, but it looks like there’ll be no such revival for the nation’s embattled mutual funds: All that cash is headed to
European stocks slipped into the red on Friday, with losses for Spanish banks and Electrolux, which warned of a potential
London stocks got no breaks on Friday, with a strong pound weighing on exporters and the U.K. reporting its first
Amazon’s blowout fourth quarter earnings, as well as a WHO recommendation against trade and travel restrictions with China, are supporting
The U.K. stock market has massively unperformed its European peers in the last three years. Brexit will now create dangers
Sterling climbed and U.K. equities deepened a slide on Thursday as the Bank of England opted to refrain from cutting
More than three years of pre-Brexit uncertainty have taken a heavy
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(Bloomberg) — Coutts & Co., the private banker to Queen Elizabeth II, is famed for its ornate London offices and
U.K. macroeconomic data could surprise on the upside and the U.K. may not cut rates after all. Good for banks,
U.K. employment grew by 208,000 in the three months to November as the unemployment rate stayed at 3.8%, the Office
LONDON MARKETS Shares of U.K. gambling companies slumped Tuesday after a ban on credit-card use was announced. The slump, which
U.K. GDP in the three months to November edged up 0.1%, the Office for National Statistics said Monday, which is
(Bloomberg) — In a year marked by political turmoil, U.K. stocks were widely shunned by investors awaiting clarity on Brexit.