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EUROPE • Today
Craigavon: Nathan Gibson murder accused Paul Whitla in court
January 20, 2020
Mr Gibson, who was 25, was found fatally wounded on a towpath in Craigavon last week.
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Mysterious coronavirus cases surge in China as virus spreads
January 20, 2020
Mysterious coronavirus cases surge in China as virus spreads
Here are the rules of the road for the Iowa caucuses
January 20, 2020
Here are the rules of the road for the Iowa caucuses
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Germany News
Fake German doctor jailed for electric shock 'treatment'
January 20, 2020
A German court has convicted a man after he impersonated a doctor online and convinced women to give themselves life-threatening electric shocks. Prosecutors said he derived sexual pleasure from seeing the women in pain.
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Climate change at top of Davos agenda
January 20, 2020
The 50th World Economic Forum opens in Davos, Switzerland this week, with climate change and how to tackle it at the top of the bill. Expect sparks to fly between climate activist Greta Thunberg and US President Donald Trump. Meanwhile, Oxfam has published its Global Inequality report, which highlights how the gender imbalance contributes to wealth inequality.
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EUROPE • Business
Snipers, security guards and soldiers: Keeping the elite safe at Davos is not cheap
January 20, 2020
The annual World Economic Forum is about to kick off in Davos, and keeping heads of state and global business leaders safe is no easy (or cheap) matter.
European stocks slightly lower as caution returns ahead of Davos
January 20, 2020
European markets traded slightly lower on Monday as policymakers and business leaders gather in Davos, Switzerland for the annual World Economic Forum (WEF) conference.
Business News

High street star Reiss gets dressed up for sale
January 20, 2020
The high street fashion chain Reiss is being groomed for a sale after a long period of outperformance in an industry devastated by shop closures and insolvencies.
Department store chain Beales goes into administration
January 20, 2020
Beales, one of Britain's oldest department store chains, has gone into administration, putting more than 1,000 full-time jobs at risk.
Eurozone Business
Sterling charges higher on the hope of a good retail sales reading today - Euro currency news daily
January 17, 2020
The pound opens higher this morning with cable making a charge closer to 1.31 and GBP/EUR breaking 1.17. There was little to go off in the economic calendar so the gains we are experiencing are a mix of optimism surrounding a strong retail sales reading later today and a sense of risk creeping back into the markets, following the signing of the US-China trade deal on Wednesday.
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JPMorgan Chase buys second Paris office ahead of Brexit
January 20, 2020
Bank to shift more staff out of London after purchasing seven-storey building
JPMorgan Chase buys second Paris office ahead of Brexit
January 20, 2020
Bank to shift more staff out of London after purchasing seven-storey building
Tony Hall to step down as BBC director-general
January 20, 2020
Broadcaster to have new leader for talks with government over its role and funding
EU v US: who wins in a regulatory showdown?
January 20, 2020
Brussels’ insistence that companies adopt its rules internationally irritates Washington
The Senate should use its awesome power properly
January 20, 2020
President Donald Trump’s acquittal seems inevitable, but process still matters
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EUROPE • Markets
European Shares Seen Opening Higher
January 20, 2020
European stocks may open higher on Monday after U.S. markets extended their run of record peaks on Friday following the release of solid U.S. economic data and lashes of liquidity from the Federal Reserve. As trade tensions ease, investors eye U.S. corporate earnings as well as central bank meetings...-- Delivered by Feed43 service
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GLOBAL MARKETS-Stocks stay near record highs; focus turns to central banks, earnings
January 20, 2020
*Week packed with central bank meetings, earnings, Davos. Still, MSCI's s all-country index is up almost 2.5% for the first three weeks of the year, as an easing in U.S.- China trade tensions and signs that the worst may be over for the world economy bolster sentiment. In Asia, MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan fell 0.25% on Monday after...
Wedbush: 5G 'supercycle' on the horizon for Apple
January 20, 2020
Daniel Ives, managing director of Wedbush Securities, says he expects a 25% rally for the top U.S. tech stocks this year.
Trump impeachment trial begins on Tuesday
January 20, 2020
Jeffrey Howard, associate professor of political science at UCL, discusses President Donald Trump's upcoming impeachment trial.
Expect European growth to pick up soon, asset manager says
January 20, 2020
Yogi Dewan, CEO and founding partner at Hassium Asset Management, says increased fiscal spending will stimulate growth in Europe.
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EUROPE • Economy
JPMorgan Chase buys second Paris office ahead of Brexit
January 20, 2020
Bank to shift more staff out of London after purchasing seven-storey building
EU v US: who wins in a regulatory showdown?
January 20, 2020
Brussels’ insistence that companies adopt its rules internationally irritates Washington
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EUROPE • Insights
How Ulster Scots and the Irish language got Northern Ireland’s government back
January 18, 2020
Language is replacing religion as a marker of sectarian affiliation
Why Turkish barbers are taking over Britain’s high streets
January 18, 2020
Last year, 675 new barbers’ salons opened, making them the fastest-growing independent sector
Greggs and the vegan sausage roll bonus
January 18, 2020
Why bakers are taxed more than bankers
Britain’s 20,000 new cops won’t get the justice ministry celebrating
January 18, 2020
Courts and prisons have coped with cuts thanks to falling prosecution rates
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EUROPE • Calendar

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