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September 2019 articles

Global authorities to quiz Facebook on Libra
Global authorities to quiz Facebook on Libra
Facebook will be grilled by global central banks over its proposed Libra digital currency project as the social media giant [...]
September 15, 2019
Hong Kong bourse to tell LSE investors: Ditch Refinitiv for us
Hong Kong bourse to tell LSE investors: Ditch Refinitiv for us
Hong Kong’s stock exchange will this week try to convince London Stock Exchange (LSE) shareholders that its proposed £32bn takeover [...]
September 15, 2019
Donald Trump lashes out at ECB over euro’s fall
Donald Trump lashes out at ECB over euro’s fall
US President Donald Trump has reacted furiously to the euro’s fall against the dollar following the European Central Bank’s (ECB) [...]
September 12, 2019
ECB turns stimulus taps back on with first rate cut in three years
ECB turns stimulus taps back on with first rate cut in three years
The European Central Bank (ECB) has unveiled a major stimulus package as it seeks to revive an ailing Eurozone economy, [...]
September 12, 2019
Eurozone industrial production drops again in July
Eurozone industrial production drops again in July
Industrial output in the Eurozone undershot expectations and fell again in July, official figures showed today, in the latest evidence [...]
September 12, 2019
N Brown shares drop after it reveals £20m to £30m PPI provision
N Brown shares drop after it reveals £20m to £30m PPI provision
Shares in British retailer N Brown have fallen 5.5 per cent this morning after it said it would have to [...]
September 12, 2019
Germany to tumble into recession, says Ifo think tank
Germany to tumble into recession, says Ifo think tank
A respected German think tank has predicted that Germany will fall into a recession in the third quarter and has [...]
September 12, 2019
European stocks rise after Donald Trump delays China tariffs
European stocks rise after Donald Trump delays China tariffs
European stock markets have risen soon after the opening bell following US President Donald Trump’s decision to delay tariff increases [...]
September 12, 2019
John McDonnell poised to back widening of UK financial transactions tax
John McDonnell poised to back widening of UK financial transactions tax
Shadow chancellor John McDonnell is set to extend Labour’s plans for a new tax on UK financial transactions in a [...]
September 11, 2019
ECB’s Mario Draghi set to inject stimulus into Eurozone economy – but will it work?
ECB’s Mario Draghi set to inject stimulus into Eurozone economy – but will it work?
Mario Draghi tomorrow chairs his penultimate interest rate-setting meeting as president of the European Central Bank (ECB). The question is, [...]
September 11, 2019