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GRAPHIC-How the coronavirus is crushing credit ratings

Jul 29 2020

LONDON, July 30 The crippling effects of the coronavirus crisis have crushed government and corporate finances and sent debt soaring. As the charts below show, it is also crunching their credit ratings and causing a spike in defaults.

How the coronavirus is crushing credit ratings

Jul 29 2020

LONDON The crippling effects of the coronavirus crisis have crushed government and corporate finances and sent debt soaring. As the charts below show, it is also crunching their credit ratings and causing a spike in defaults.

GLOBAL MARKETS-Gold topples off record high, dollar gets respite

Jul 28 2020

* Dollar steadies near two-year lows, breaks major chart support

GLOBAL MARKETS-Gold drops off record high, dollar gets respite

Jul 28 2020

* Dollar steadies near two-year lows, breaks major chart support

GLOBAL MARKETS-Gold roars to record high, dollar dives again

Jul 27 2020

LONDON, July 27 Gold soared to an all-time high on worsening ties between the United States and China, a sinking dollar and ultra-low interest rates on Monday, while stock markets faltered before a deluge of corporate earnings.

GLOBAL MARKETS-Gold soars to record high, stocks stay uncertain

Jul 27 2020

LONDON, July 27 Gold soared to an all-time high on worsening ties between China and the United States, a weakening dollar and ultra-low interest rates on Monday, while stock markets looked uncertain before a corporate earnings deluge.

Shares wobble on fear of worsening U.S.-China ties; gold surges

Jul 22 2020

NEW YORK/LONDON Gold surged and world equity markets slid for most of Wednesday after the United States ordered China to close its consulate in Houston in a sign of worsening bilateral relations, while the euro gained on the European Union's massive recovery fund.

GLOBAL MARKETS-Shares slip on fear of worsening U.S.-China ties; gold surges

Jul 22 2020

* U.S. stocks mostly shrug off heightened U.S.-China tensions

Global Markets: Shares waver on fear of worsening U.S.-China ties; gold surges

Jul 22 2020

NEW YORK/LONDON World equity markets were little changed and gold rose on Wednesday after the U.S. ordered China to close its consulate in Houston, fanning fears of worsening bilateral relations, while the euro gained further on the European Union's massive recovery fund.

GLOBAL MARKETS-Shares waver on fear of worsening US-China ties; gold surges

Jul 22 2020

NEW YORK/LONDON, July 22 World equity markets were little changed and gold rose on Wednesday after the U.S. ordered China to close its consulate in Houston, fanning fears of worsening bilateral relations, while the euro gained further on the European Union's massive recovery fund.

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