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EUROPE • Today
Football Leaks: Suspected hacker charged in Portugal
September 19, 2019
Rui Pinto is accused of illegally publishing confidential files belonging to leading football clubs.
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German arms export freeze on Saudi Arabia extended
September 18, 2019
Germany has extended its arms export moratorium on Saudi Arabia by 6 months. If parliament agrees, cabinet also plans to extend a Bundeswehr training mission in Iraq and reconnaissance flights tracking IS in Syria.
France News
The French and hygiene: Why is the negative stereotype so hard to wash off?
September 19, 2019
Do the French have a questionable relationship with hygiene? It's certainly a stereotype that continues to stick, particularly in English-speaking countries. That's paradoxical, given that France is also famous around the world for perfume and beauty products. Attentiveness to personal cleanliness has changed over time, so what's the situation today? We take a closer look.
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EUROPE • Business
Sterling falls as traders monitor new Brexit developments
September 20, 2019
The pound fell on Friday afternoon with a series of different Brexit developments causing traders to sell the British currency.
How a German start-up is helping add more renewables to the grid
September 20, 2019
Renewable sources of energy are becoming increasingly important cogs in the global energy mix.
Business News

Turkey's steel imports into Europe a 'problem'
September 19, 2019
Turkey's steel imports into Europe are a "greater problem" for the industry than the slowdown in demand from car makers, the boss of Europe's third largest steelmaker has told Sky News.
Amazon boss makes carbon neutral pledge ahead of worker protests
September 19, 2019
Amazon's founder and chief executive Jeff Bezos has pledged to make the online retailer carbon neutral by 2040.
Eurozone Business
EU, UN and Smurfs help clean up world's beaches
September 19, 2019
EU staff joined hands with local communities, and the Smurfs, on beaches across Europe and the world on Thursday, as part of the #EUBeachCleanUp campaign to clean up marine litter.
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European Commission raises hopes of a Brexit deal
September 19, 2019
Juncker says he is willing to scrap Irish backstop if UK has viable alternative
European Commission raises hopes of a Brexit deal
September 19, 2019
Juncker says he is willing to scrap Irish backstop if UK has viable alternative
Next’s Brexit impact claims will make some see red
September 19, 2019
Amended document sees ‘no risk’ of tariff increases — only a £25m saving
Le Monde crisis eases in shareholders and staff pact
September 19, 2019
Agreement aims to safeguard French newspaper’s editorial independence
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EUROPE • Markets
European Markets Seen Opening Higher
September 20, 2019
European markets look headed for a positive start on Friday amid optimism the stimulus packages announced by central banks will help boost economic growth in the region.-- Delivered by Feed43 service
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The FTSE Index - Top 100 Blue Chip U.K. Companies
The DAX Index - Top 30 Blue Chip German Companies
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Market Pulse
GLOBAL LNG-Asian prices near $6 per mmBtu on higher European gas, oil prices
September 20, 2019
*At least 5 tankers change course and head to Asia. *Tohoku Electric seeks up to 3 cargoes for Japan. SINGAPORE, Sept 20- Asian spot prices for liquefied natural gas rose to a more than six-month high this week, tracking gains in the European gas market and as oil prices gained after attacks on Saudi Arabia's crude oil facilities over the weekend.
EMERGING MARKETS-India tax break, China rate cut lift stocks; FX rises
September 20, 2019
*China cuts new benchmark rate for a second month. Sept 20- A surge in Indian shares led emerging markets higher on Friday, after the government announced deep cuts in corporate taxes to revive flagging growth, while a widely expected domestic interest rate cut from China added to the chipper mood. Adding to stimulus hopes was a cut in China's key domestic lending...
McLaren Racing ready to be 'flexible and adaptable' to Brexit and other challenges, says CEO
September 20, 2019
The chief of Britain's McLaren Racing told CNBC he's "confident" that the team will react to any changes that could come its way as the Brexit deadline of October 31 approaches.
People are lining up outside Apple stores around the world as the iPhone 11 goes on sale
September 20, 2019
Apple will get a taste of whether upgraded features on the new iPhone 11 are enough to lure shoppers to retail stores around the world as the new smartphones officially hit shelves Friday.
Forex Markets
European open – Juncker, Brexit, gold, oil
September 20, 2019
Sterling jumps on Juncker optimism Stock markets across Europe are marginally lower as we head into a
Asia Session: India Tax Slash Boosts Nifty 50
September 20, 2019
India’s Finance Minister, Nirmala Sitharaman, has just announced massive corporate tax cuts in
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Euro/US Dollar - FX Spot Rate
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EUROPE • Economy
European Commission raises hopes of a Brexit deal
September 19, 2019
Juncker says he is willing to scrap Irish backstop if UK has viable alternative
European Commission raises hopes of a Brexit deal
September 19, 2019
Juncker says he is willing to scrap Irish backstop if UK has viable alternative
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Eurozone Manufacturing Activity
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Eurozone Consumer Confidence
Eurozone Consumer Confidence

Eurozone Inflation
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EUROPE • Insights
Once part of the Warsaw Pact, Albania will soon host a NATO air base
September 21, 2019
Only pigeons are using it now
How Britain exports Islamist extremism to Bangladesh
September 21, 2019
Britain has long complained about the influence of foreign radicals. Now the tables are turned
As Britain’s students hit the library, university bars call time
September 21, 2019
The boozers are closing, in the face of more sensible students and competition from pubs
The threat to the southern European olive
September 21, 2019
Climate issue: A bacterium is getting help from the weather
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EUROPE • Calendar

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