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EUROPE • Today
Ghislaine Maxwell trial date set in Epstein sex trafficking case
July 14, 2020
The British socialite denies grooming underage girls for the late paedophile Jeffrey Epstein.
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Danger of coronavirus second wave in Germany is real but avoidable, health minister says
July 13, 2020
Germany can avoid a second wave of coronavirus, Health Minister Jens Spahn has said. As EU borders open, Spahn warned holidaymakers to stay vigilant after images of Germans partying in Mallorca over the weekend emerged.
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#MeToo fallout at French video game company Ubisoft could signal industry shift
July 14, 2020
After years of simmering controversy over sexism in the video game industry, change may be on its way after outrage led to a management overhaul at Ubisoft.
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EUROPE • Business
German court rules that Tesla misled consumers on Autopilot and Full Self Driving
July 14, 2020
Tesla mislead consumers on the abilities of its automated driving systems, a Munich court ruled on Tuesday.
Microsoft backs a start-up looking to challenge Google in the 'edtech' market
July 14, 2020
London start-up Kano, which is focused on teaching kids how to code, has raised more than $1 million from Microsoft.
Business News

Cruise firm CMV in last-ditch bid to stay afloat
July 14, 2020
A British-based cruise operator which has been at the centre of a repatriation row involving hundreds of crew is in eleventh-hour talks with potential investors in a desperate bid to stay afloat.
Why UK's COVID-19 recession will feel far more intense than the aftermath of 2008
July 14, 2020
This might sound improbable, but just over a decade ago many people were bemoaning the fact that economics had become so boring.
Eurozone Business
Consumers to get financial breathing space with debt and insurance relief
July 14, 2020
New guidelines issued to financial institutions will offer some welcome breathing space to consumers who have been hit financially by the COVID-19 pandemic.
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The seven-year switch from Huawei
July 14, 2020
SoftBank ready to deal, losing patience with Palantir, Dyson’s humidifying fan
UK ministers prepare for civil servants to return to offices
July 14, 2020
Whitehall departments will draw up risk assessments as part of wider move to revive city centres
Boris Johnson tries to find path through US-China cold war
July 14, 2020
UK decision on telecoms group Huawei sparks fears of escalation in tensions with Beijing
Poland’s biggest refiner to buy country’s biggest gas group
July 14, 2020
Oil refiner PKN Orlen plans to acquire PGNiG in state consolidation push
Catalan government imposes new restrictions as virus cases rise
July 14, 2020
Only essential travel will be permitted in Segrià region of north-eastern Spain
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EUROPE • Markets
European Stocks Close Lower On Growth Worries, Geo-political Tensions
July 14, 2020
European markets ended lower on Tuesday as worries over simmering U.S.-China tensions, surging coronavirus cases and fears of another large scale lockdown hurt investor sentiment and pushed down stock prices.-- Delivered by Feed43 service
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Coronavirus live updates: New York adds states to travel advisory; pandemic roils corporate earnings
July 14, 2020
The coronavirus has infected more than 13.14 million people across the country as of Tuesday, killing at least 574,600. people.
5.4 million Americans have lost their health insurance. What to do if you're one of them
July 14, 2020
Amid one of the worst public health crises in history, a record number of laid-off Americans have lost their health insruance. Here's what you can do to get covered.
UK says it will ban China's Huawei from 5G networks in major U-turn
July 14, 2020
It's a major reversal for the U.K., which in January gave Huawei restricted access to the country's next-generation mobile networks.
European markets close lower as coronavirus spike weighs on sentiment; BT up 4%
July 14, 2020
European stocks closed lower on Tuesday as a spike in coronavirus cases started to weigh on global market sentiment.
Forex Markets
Currency markets continue to lose momentum
July 14, 2020
Lack of movement could signal US rally Could a breakout for the US dollar be just around the corner?
EU members bicker over massive recovery fund
July 13, 2020
The Covid-19 pandemic has caused an economic meltdown across European economies, with the European Union
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EUROPE • Economy
Macron promises extra €100bn for France’s post-pandemic recovery
July 14, 2020
But president insists he will not allow his reform agenda to be derailed
Eurozone banks warn of business lending crunch
July 14, 2020
Companies’ demand for loans hits record high but lenders anticipate decline in credit
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EUROPE • Insights
Poland’s right-wing Law and Justice party clings on to the presidency
July 13, 2020
The campaign invoked classic populist themes
Venice tests its flood defences
July 12, 2020
A success, sort of
The massacre of Bosnian Muslims is still denied by Serbs
July 11, 2020
A Balkan battle of memory is still being fought
At 78, a Sardinian ex-kidnapper is on the run
July 11, 2020
And his neighbours are no help to the police
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EUROPE • Calendar

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