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220.000 jobs lost in Britain

The number of people in work in Britain fell by 220,000 in the three months to June, the largest amount since the financial crisis over a deca…

US banning transactions on popular Chinese apps

Negotiations on a virus relief package for the US ended Thursday night with the White House and Democrats making no headway on resolving their…

Manufacturing PMI shows expansion in the eurozone

European shares inched higher this morning as German stocks outperformed on the back of improving Chinese manufacturing data and PMI survey re…

FED maintains rates near 0

The Federal Reserve left interest rates near zero and is committed to support the recovery from an economic downturn, called the most severe &…

USD continues its decline ahead of FED meeting

The US Federal Reserve is expected to maintain to a dovish stance at its policy review later in the day, as investors will look for hints of o…

FX majors gain against the USD

Gold continued to new records but gave back some of the gains after almost two weeks of climbing as some traders took profits helping the US d…

US Senate reaches stimulus agreement

Spain is scrambling to stay ahead of new outbreaks of the virus that prompted the UK to impose a quarantine on travellers returning from the c…

Stock markets in Europe surged to their highest in over four months

EU leaders agreed to co-finance their economies by managing to reach a compromise which saw grants to finance low-carbon activity and health c…

US Congress debating a new aid package

EU leaders have yet to reach a deal on a recovery plan including grants and loans to help pandemic-hit countries. The jointly-financed package…

China returns to growth but retail sales dip

China’s economy returned to growth in the second quarter after a deep slump at the start of the year, but domestic consumption and inves…

US and China add odds over the South China Sea

The Trump administration rejected Beijing's expansive maritime claims in the South China Sea, reversing a previous policy of not taking si…

EU budget might need to shrink to be approved by all members

European Council President Charles Michel proposed a smaller joint EU budget for 2021-27 than previously envisaged in an attempt to get the ap…

USD finds traction despite rising coronavirus cases

Germany’s industrial production rebounded in May, rising by 7.8% on the month after falling 17.5% in April, in the latest sign that Euro…

Dollar holds steady while Yen falls against most majors

The IMF estimates that by the end of this year 170 countries will have lower per capita income. Before the pandemic, back in January, it had p…

EU member states to bridge differences with rebates

The S&P 500 jumped as much as 1.6% and Nasdaq set another record after non-farm payrolls showed 4.8 million jobs were added to the U.S. ec…

Investor sentiment swings between recovery hopes and fa second coronavirus wave

European politics had an eventful weekend as Emmanuel Macron’s party was defeated in the Paris mayor’s race and Green Party candid…

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