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Germany’s manufacturers are being hit by a slowing world economy

Shrinking exports held back German economic activity in the fourth quarter of last year confirming that Europe’s largest economy was sta…

Gold and the US dollar rally while the Japanese Yen loses ground.

The rally in U.S. equities took a pause and the strong dollar got even stronger rising to a three-year high against a basket of currencies, af…

German economy stagnates while the EUR continues its fall

The German economy stagnated in the fourth quarter as both private consumption and state spending lost momentum renewing fears of a recession.…

The Euro drops as EU manufacturing plunges.

Euro zone manufacturing output plunged more than expected in December ending a weak quarter for the single currency area. Industrial productio…

Coronavirus shuts down factories and conferences but markets register gains.

The coronavirus has continued to shut down some multinational factories in China threatening supply chains which could result in a supply shoc…

European shares drop sharply in early trading over coronavirus spreading fears.

European shares dropped sharply in early trading as growing concerns over the potential economic damage from a fast-spreading coronavirus redi…

Global indices reclaim ground while Brexit moves to the House of Lords

Global indices were generally buoyant this morning as markets weigh the possible impact of the potential fresh global pandemic. After yesterda…

Imminent US-China deal boosts markets

European markets awaited the signing of a Sino-U.S. trade deal later in the week, while technology stocks rose on a clutch of brokerage upgrad…

US - China deal to be signed next week. Markets settle down as tensions ease

China’s Vice Premier Liu He, head of the country’s negotiation team in Sino-U.S. trade talks, will sign a “Phase 1” de…

EU leaders mediating between the US and Iran while markets remain volatile.

Germany, Britain and France are working to keep talks with Iran over its 2015 nuclear agreement alive despite Tehran having all but torn up th…

France to go ahead with digital tax despite US retaliation. Oil and Gold surge.

French Economy Minister Bruno Le Maire warned the United States against any retaliation to France’s new digital services tax. “If…

US-China deal to be signed "very shortly". Trading volumes weaken ahead of Xmas

Oil prices fell this morning but still holding near recent three-month highs amid expectations that the United States and China will soon agre…

Japanese GDP forecasts are downgraded. Sterling continues to reverse gains.

Japan’s government has revised its overall view on the economy for the fourth time this year due to a downgrade in its assessment of man…

Germany and China heading for a clash. Sterling and the Aussie dollar fall

Germany’s Social Democrats (SPD) will decide whether to adopt a proposal that could bar China’s Huawei from taking part in the rol…

German manufacturing shrinks. Japan and South Korea sit down for talks.

German private sector activity shrank for the fourth month running in December as a decline in manufacturing offset the services sector growth…

Conservatives win strong majority in the UK as the pound soars.

The Conservatives have won the biggest majority since 1987 in the UK general election. Sterling soared, on course for one of its biggest one-d…

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