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EUROPE • Today
Tyson Fury beats Deontay Wilder in world title fight in Las Vegas
February 23, 2020
Tyson Fury wins the WBC world heavyweight title after producing a sensational performance against Deontay Wilder.
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Unstoppable? Bernie Sanders heads into South Carolina stronger than ever
February 23, 2020
Unstoppable? Bernie Sanders heads into South Carolina stronger than ever
Coronavirus updates: 10 Italian communities on lockdown as death toll rises in China
February 23, 2020
Coronavirus updates: 10 Italian communities on lockdown as death toll rises in China
Will a peace deal in Afghanistan come at the expense of Afghan women?
February 23, 2020
Will a peace deal in Afghanistan come at the expense of Afghan women?
Lockdowns to curb coronavirus epidemic lead to a rise in mental health issues
February 23, 2020
Lockdowns to curb coronavirus epidemic lead to a rise in mental health issues
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Germany News
Carnival celebrations called off in Cologne, Düsseldorf due to Storm Yulia
February 23, 2020
The cancellations, due to the arrival of Storm Yulia, have left more than 250,000 visitors disappointed. Sunday's celebration in Cologne is the second most popular event next to the Rose Monday parade.
France News
Paris Agriculture Fair: Where cows, pigs and politicians strut their stuff
February 22, 2020
It’s the event of the year for animal-lovers in Paris and for farmers from all over France. The Paris Agriculture Fair (Salon International de l’Agriculture) opened to the public on Saturday, to showcase cows, goats, pigs, chickens and… France’s leading politicians.
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EUROPE • Business
France has seen a 30% to 40% fall in tourists following the coronavirus outbreak: Finance minister
February 23, 2020
Bruno Le Maire, France's finance minister, said the drop off in tourist numbers is an "important impact" on the country's economy.
New coronavirus cases in Iran, Italy fuel concerns the disease cannot be contained
February 22, 2020
With several localized coronavirus cases popping up in places such as Iran, Italy, South Korea and Japan, some experts are beginning to wonder: Is the genie out of the bottle?
Business News

Twitter suspends 70 accounts promoting presidential wannabe Mike Bloomberg
February 22, 2020
Twitter has suspended around 70 accounts for attempting to manipulate the platform in support of Democratic presidential candidate Mike Bloomberg.
Celebrities turn up to protest Assange extradition
February 22, 2020
Celebrities and supporters of Julian Assange protested in Parliament Square on Saturday ahead of court hearings over his extradition to the United States.
Eurozone Business
Sterling continues to falter despite upbeat data - Euro currency news daily
February 21, 2020
Sterling moves could be on the downside again today unless the PMI prints come out better than expected but with all the noise coming from trade talks and the fears of a rate cute were not expecting a rally of any significance.
Business Report
‘Boring’ Starmer seeks to heal wounded Labour party
February 23, 2020
Moderate lawyer leads race but is battling to win over Corbyn’s hard-left supporters
Career advisers should know plans aren’t built to last
February 23, 2020
Too many people still assume it is possible to control working lives
Rishi Sunak should abandon arbitrary fiscal rules
February 22, 2020
Control of public debt is necessary but the UK government policy should be more flexible
JPMorgan Chase in talks to launch digital bank in UK
February 22, 2020
Move could shake up retail banking market as Brexit spurs others to shift operations
Brexit hostilities resume, and a new immigration system unveiled
February 22, 2020
The UK and the EU presented somewhat different approaches to the Brexit trade talks …
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EUROPE • Markets
Swiss Market Ends Lower Again
February 22, 2020
The Switzerland stock market ended weak on Friday, in line with markets across Europe, as worries about the coronavirus outbreak escalated after new cases were reported in Japan and South Korea, and China too reported a sharp increase in the number of new infections due to the virus.-- Delivered by Feed43 service
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European stocks close lower as coronavirus spread curbs sentiment; Pearson down 4.5%
February 21, 2020
European stocks closed lower on Friday afternoon, as investors monitored a raft of economic data and the latest developments in the coronavirus outbreak.
It's deadlock at the EU as leaders battle over the budget
February 21, 2020
European leaders are at loggerheads over how much money to put into the EU's budget for the next seven years, after an all-night meeting in Brussels.
GRAPHIC-Green deal sprinkles stardust on European power stocks
February 21, 2020
MILAN/ LONDON, Feb 20- Who said utilities shares were dull? An EU target to cut carbon emissions to zero by 2050 and expectations of an associated spending boom have fired up shares in electricity firms, providing by far the biggest boost to stock market gains in Europe this year. The pan-European utilities index has gained over 20% since the European Union...
UPDATE 5-Oil falls 2% on renewed uncertainties over coronavirus outbreak
February 21, 2020
*China reports an uptick in new cases of coronavirus. *Japan factory activity shrinks at fastest pace since 2012. Brent crude was down $1.20, or 2%, at $58.11 a barrel by 1136 GMT, while U.S. crude dropped $1.02, or 1.9%, at $52.86 a barrel.
Forex Markets
China Cuts Loan Prime Rates and Coronavirus Cases
February 20, 2020
China’s stimulus measures continued at pace this morning, as it lopped ten basis points of the
Asia Session: Asia Discards The Apples
February 19, 2020
The fallout from Apple Inc’s revenue warnings weighed on markets overnight as the US returned to work.
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EUROPE • Economy
Blue passports set for rollout in symbolic return to old design
February 22, 2020
Lib Dems say document is symbol of reduction in rights after Brexit
Deep divides emerge over EU’s €1tn funding plans
February 21, 2020
‘Frugal’ nations and poorer states far apart despite 30 hours of talks and all-night push for compromise
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EUROPE • Insights
The $50bn Yukos judgment against Russia turns on a single word
February 22, 2020
Shareholders of an oil company dismantled by Vladimir Putin win big
An Orthodox Christian schism in Ukraine echoes around the world
February 22, 2020
A Kiev-Moscow split ropes in Washington, Athens and Jerusalem
How Sweden copes with Chinese bullying
February 22, 2020
“For our enemies, we have shotguns,” warns Beijing’s ambassador
A sexting scandal makes France fret it is turning Puritan
February 22, 2020
A Paris mayoral candidate drops out. A Russian artist is to blame
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