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Friday In Paris As Second Covid-19 Lockdown Extended

The French government has placed Dunkirk and Nice under weekend lockdowns, and Paris may soon follow suit. French health minister

February 26, 2021
European banks plan payments network to rival Visa and Mastercard

Members of the European Payments Initiative (EPI), a project launched with the help of 22 banks, said today that a

February 24, 2021
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Eurozone GDP fell as lockdown restrictions tightened ahead of CHristmas

February 16, 2021

A leaked document from the European Union has revealed that a spike in bankruptcies and bad loans awaits the European

February 11, 2021
Covid-19 Vaccine Roll-out In Rural Spain

Investor morale in the eurozone unexpectedly dropped in February as lockdowns left their mark on the economy, a survey showed

February 8, 2021
Daily Life In Rome

Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte will hand in his resignation to the head of state tomorrow morning after a cabinet meeting to

January 25, 2021
More Large-Scale Vaccination Centres Open Across England

Economic activity in the eurozone has plummeted in January as lockdown measures hit the bloc’s dominant service industry, a survey

January 22, 2021
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As the year winds down, City A.M. is looking back at the columns that tell the story of our year.

December 21, 2020
Eurozone investor sentiment soars amid vaccine optimism

Positive vaccine news has made Eurozone investors vastly more cheery, with a closely watched sentiment index hitting its highest level

December 7, 2020
ECB says banks still vulnerable to corporate coronavirus debt

The Eurozone’s banks are likely to have to put aside more cash to pay for loan losses as the recovery

November 25, 2020
Blackrock said that it was awarded the contract due to the “technical quality” of its financial markets advisory unit’s (FMA) proposal.  “FMA has taken a wide-ranging and inclusive approach, including academia, civil society, banks, supervisors and market practitioners, and looks forward to completing its work and delivering its final report to the Commission.”

The EU watchdog has given the European Commission a slap on the wrist for failing to weigh up possible conflicts

November 25, 2020
Friday In Paris As Second Covid-19 Lockdown Extended

Eurozone business activity shrink sharply in November as lockdowns bite

November 23, 2020

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