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Julien Ponthus

Corbyn-proof? British water, power firms take nationalization precautions

Apr 29 2019

LONDON British water and power firms are trying to soothe nerves over nationalization in the event of a Labour government, although some fund managers and lawyers doubt so-called Corbyn-proofing will work.

EZB & Co unter Reformdruck - "Rätsel niedrige Inflation"

Mar 20 2019

Berlin/London An der Schwelle zu einem neuen Jahrzehnt stehen die großen Notenbanken vor der Notwendigkeit, ihren Kompass neu zu justieren.

Valid or voodoo? Monetary theory may appeal in Europe's 'age of rage'

Mar 18 2019

LONDON Having spent three years and more than 2.6 trillion euros ($3 trillion) trying to boost economic growth across the euro zone, the European Central Bank's mixed record may open the door for a high-spending, radical alternative.

European shares climb to five-month peak after no-deal Brexit rejected

Mar 14 2019

LONDON European shares rose to a five-month high on Thursday, boosted by strength in the banking sector after Britain's parliament voted to reject a disorderly Brexit.

Hopes Britain will reject no-deal Brexit buoy Europe, Inditex slides

Mar 13 2019

LONDON European shares jumped on Wednesday as investors bet British lawmakers would vote to reject a disorderly no-deal Brexit, but underwhelming results from Inditex and Adidas kept gains limited.

European shares end a choppy Brexit-led session with a whimper

Mar 12 2019

LONDON European shares ended flat on Tuesday after a choppy session during which hopes British Prime Minister Theresa May would win support for her plans for an orderly Brexit in an evening vote in Parliament gradually faded.

RPT-ANALYSIS-Euro sovereign bond rush may be more warning than win

Mar 08 2019

LONDON, March 7 This year's storming demand for new euro zone government bonds may reflect investor resignation to the prospect of many years of slow growth to come rather than a vote of confidence in the bloc's economy.

Euro sovereign bond rush may be more warning than win

Mar 07 2019

LONDON This year's storming demand for new euro zone government bonds may reflect investor resignation to the prospect of many years of slow growth to come rather than a vote of confidence in the bloc's economy.

European shares eke out in directionless choppy session

Mar 05 2019

LONDON European stocks edged higher at the close of a choppy and directionless session where indexes hovered around the flotation mark in the lack of news about Sino/U.S. trade talk.

European shares hit five-month high on trade war resolution hopes

Mar 04 2019

LONDON European shares hit five-month highs on Monday with cyclical stocks outperforming defensives, helped by hopes over a deal to end the U.S.-Sino trade war.

World News

Theresa May's Brexit gambit fails as her premiership fades

British Prime Minister Theresa May's final Brexit gambit was in tatters on Wednesday just hours after her offer of a vote on a second referendum and closer trading arrangements failed to win over either opposition lawmakers or many in her own party.