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UK shares jump following reopening plans but doubts remain

Britain will reopen thousands of high street shops, department stores and shopping centres next month, Prime Minister Boris Johnson said yeste…

European PMI rebounds but recovery is still far

The devastating impact of the coronavirus on the euro zone economy abated a little this month as some government-imposed lockdown measures int…

Merkel and Macron agree EU aid package.

German Chancellor Angela Merkel and French President Emmanuel Macron agreed a €500 billion aid package to European Union regions and sect…

US - China tensions continue

The dollar eased from a three-week high but looked set for a modest weekly gain as rising Sino-U.S. tensions and worries about a second wave of coro…

Stocks rally as governments ease lockdown.

The dollar handed back recent gains to commodity currencies as oil prices bounced back, but hung on against the yuan against fears about risin…

The Euro falls ahead of eurozone data while the AUD continues its rally

Eurostat will publish economic data today for the euro region on April inflation, March unemployment and first-quarter GDP. The European Centr…

IMF warns of steepest GDP contraction in a century

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) says this recession will be the steepest in almost a century and warned the world economy’s contra…

EU leaders fail to agree on more support for the economies

European Union finance ministers failed to agree on more support for their coronavirus-hit economies. A feud between Italy and the Netherlands…

UK Prime Minister Johnson in intensive care

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is fighting worsening coronavirus symptoms in an intensive care unit, leaving his foreign minister to lea…

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…

The Chinese government announced more stimulus as Asian markets slip

Asian stocks slipped and so did the region’s currencies as virus cases rose in South Korea and Japan and investors quit local assets in…

Coronavirus cases fall sending most stock markets up.

European shares rose supported by a weaker euro, while a decline in the number of new coronavirus cases raised hopes that the impact of the ep…

Second day of strength for Asian shares and the Australian Dollar.

The S&P 500 Index soared the most since August, up 1.5% and futures in Japan, Hong Kong and Australia all pointed higher, indicating a sec…

Sterling falls to new lows while the AUD registers gains.

Sterling fell to nearly a six-week low extending yesterday’s losses, undermined by a strong dollar across the board and renewed hard Bre…

Chinese Caixin manufacturing slowed to its slowest pace in five months.

US markets were slightly higher in relief due to the PBOC adding generous liquidity to China’s money markets. However, once Asian market…

UK - EU headed for a clash over fishing rights while shares rebound.

UK shares continued their rebound, albeit in subdued trading, after a steep sell-off earlier this week on rising fears over the potential impa…

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