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EU top court to rule in landmark Facebook, Schrems privacy case

EU top court to rule in landmark Facebook, Schrems privacy case

Published 13/07/2020

BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Europe’s top court will on Thursday rule on the legality of tools companies use to transfer Europeans’ data around the world, in [more…]

European shares rise on airline surge, upbeat earnings

European shares rise on airline surge, upbeat earnings

Published 27/04/2020

(Reuters) - European shares rose on Monday, as airline stocks soared on hopes of state support, while a slew of upbeat earnings added to optimism [more…]

Yen edges up after BOJ, pound gains on hopes of lockdown easing

Yen edges up after BOJ, pound gains on hopes of lockdown easing

Published 27/04/2020

TOKYO (Reuters) - The yen edged higher on Monday after the Bank of Japan expanded stimulus to help companies hit by the coronavirus crisis while [more…]

Global currency funds notch wins amid coronavirus volatility

Global currency funds notch wins amid coronavirus volatility

Published 03/04/2020

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Global currency fund managers racked up gains in the first quarter as they benefited from the extreme volatility that the coronavirus [more…]

Russia’s 2020 satellite launch programme hit by production halt: Roscosmos

Russia’s 2020 satellite launch programme hit by production halt: Roscosmos

Published 27/03/2020

MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russia’s space agency Roscosmos said on Friday it would have to adjust its 2020 launch programme because of a halt in satellite [more…]

Dollar takes a back seat as markets bet on Fed rate cuts

Dollar takes a back seat as markets bet on Fed rate cuts

Published 02/03/2020

TOKYO/SINGAPORE (Reuters) - The dollar was on the back foot on Monday as growing expectations of U.S. interest rate cuts to cushion the impact of [more…]

Euro hit as coronavirus spread widens and investors rush for dollars

Euro hit as coronavirus spread widens and investors rush for dollars

Published 24/02/2020

LONDON (Reuters) - The euro dropped back towards $1.08 on Monday and the Australian dollar tumbled to a new 11-year low as the rapid spread [more…]

Irish PM says EU has upper hand in Brexit trade talks with UK

Irish PM says EU has upper hand in Brexit trade talks with UK

Published 27/01/2020

LONDON (Reuters) - Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar said the European Union will have the upper hand in post-Brexit trade talks with the United Kingdom [more…]

Dollar buoyed by signs of solid U.S. economy, pound ticks up

Dollar buoyed by signs of solid U.S. economy, pound ticks up

Published 23/12/2019

TOKYO (Reuters) - The dollar held firm at the start of a holiday-thinned week on Monday, as U.S. data pointed to solid economic growth while [more…]

Welcoming new lawmakers, Johnson vows a speedy Brexit

Welcoming new lawmakers, Johnson vows a speedy Brexit

Published 15/12/2019

LONDON (Reuters) - Prime Minister Boris Johnson will welcome 109 new Conservative lawmakers to parliament on Monday, promising to honour his election pledges to get [more…]