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Jonathan Cable

UK economic recovery to continue but new COVID-19 strains a threat: Reuters poll

Jul 15 2021

LONDON Britain's economy will expand rapidly this quarter as additional coronavirus-related restrictions are lifted and further pent-up demand is unleashed, a Reuters poll found, but growth is at risk from new variants of COVID-19.

Euro zone business activity soared in June as lockdowns lifted

Jul 05 2021

LONDON Euro zone businesses expanded activity at the fastest rate in 15 years in June as the easing of more coronavirus restrictions brought life back to the bloc's dominant service industry, a survey showed on Monday.

European factories racing as Asian manufacturers see momentum weaken

Jul 01 2021

LONDON/TOKYO (Reuters) -European factories continued to ramp up their post-lockdown recovery in June but Asian manufacturers saw momentum weaken amid rising input costs and the reintroduction of curbs to combat a new wave of coronavirus infections, surveys showed.

Euro zone business growth at 15-year high as demand unleashed -PMI

Jun 23 2021

LONDON (Reuters) -Euro zone business growth accelerated at its fastest pace in 15 years in June as the easing of lockdown measures unleashed pent-up demand and drove a boom in the dominant services sector but also led to soaring price pressures, a survey found. | Video

Euro zone business growth at 15-year high as demand unleashed -PMI

Jun 23 2021

LONDON Euro zone business growth accelerated at its fastest pace in 15 years in June as the easing of lockdown measures unleashed pent-up demand and drove a boom in the dominant services sector but also led to soaring price pressures, a survey found. | Video

Bank of England to look through temporary inflation rise: Reuters poll

Jun 17 2021

LONDON British inflation can rise above 3% before the Bank of England feels discomfort, according to a Reuters poll of economists who also said the economy would expand faster than previously thought this quarter as more pandemic restrictions are lifted.

Euro zone business growth soared in May as restrictions eased -PMI

Jun 03 2021

LONDON (Reuters) -Euro zone business activity surged in May as the easing of some coronavirus related restrictions injected life into the bloc's dominant services industry, a survey showed, echoing data on Tuesday which showed factories had their best month on record.

Factory activity racing but supply squeeze dims outlook

Jun 01 2021

LONDON/TOKYO Factory activity powered ahead in Europe last month and stayed strong in Asia as demand grew, surveys showed, but rising raw material costs and supply bottlenecks posed a headache for business and weighed on the recovery in export-driven economies.

World News

France's Macron changes phone in light of Pegasus case

PARIS (Reuters) -French President Emmanuel Macron has changed his mobile phone and phone number in light of the Pegasus spyware case, a presidency official said on Thursday, in one of the first concrete actions announced in relation to the scandal.