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Britain increasingly willing to cosy up to nasty regimes

LONDON - What the crowd lacked in size, it made up for in noise. Fifty or so people waved Turkish flags and shouted their support for Recep Tayyip Erdogan, as he gave a speech at a think-tank in Londo...

By Economist | Published: 21 June 2018

EUROPE

Trump humiliates Europe

United States' decision to pull out of the nuclear deal with Iran has seen European companies such as Maersk Tankers from Denmark, Germany's Allianz and France's Total are ready to abandon multi-billi...

By Staff reporter | Published: 10 June 2018

EUROPE

UK, EU agree terms for Brexit transition period

The UK and EU have agreed on a "large part" of the agreement that will lead to the "orderly withdrawal" of the UK.Brexit negotiators Michel Barnier and David Davis said they had agreed terms for a tra...

By BBc | Published: 19 March 2018

EUROPE

Gold miners' Q3' 17 preview

With the third quarter's earnings season now underway, the gold miners will soon join in and report their latest results.  No data is more highly anticipated by investors, for good reason.  ...

By Adam Hamilton | Published: 19 October 2017

EUROPE

Uber's London licence revoked

Uber's licence to operate in London was revoked, a surprise decision that will affect the 3.5 million people and 40 000 drivers who use the app in the city.The city's transportation regulator, Transpo...

By Staff reporter | Published: 22 September 2017

EUROPE

The world's biggest wealth fund hits $1 trillion

Norway's sovereign wealth fund hit $1 trillion for the first time on Tuesday, driven higher by climbing stock markets and a weaker U.S. dollar.The milestone valuation was reached for the first time on...

By Bloomberg | Published: 19 September 2017

EUROPE

Facebook to launch TV shows

Facebook will debut its first original TV shows in mid-August, according to a Bloomberg report, citing people familiar with the matter. The new TV service was originally expected to be released in Jun...

By Staff reporter | Published: 02 August 2017

EUROPE

UK to ban new diesel and petrol vehicles

New diesel and petrol cars and vans will be banned in the UK from 2040 in a bid to tackle air pollution, the government is set to announce.Ministers will also unveil a £255m fund to help councils tac...

By BBC | Published: 26 July 2017

EUROPE

Theresa May's first cabinet: Who's who

Theresa May took over as prime minister on Wednesday and has set about appointing her first cabinet.The key questions are how far she will go to stamp her own mark on the top team by bringing in fresh...

By FT | Published: 14 July 2016

EUROPE

British business leaders plan campaign for EU exit

A group of British business leaders and entrepreneurs are preparing to launch a campaign for Britain to leave the European Union at a planned membership referendum, a major donor to the UK Independenc...

By Reuters | Published: 22 June 2015

EUROPE

Euro rises as Greece offers new proposals to avert default

The euro rose against the dollar on Monday on a glimmer of hope that Greece may avert a debt default after Athens offered new proposals to foreign creditors ahead of the emergency euro zone summit lat...

By Reuters | Published: 22 June 2015

EUROPE

UK watchdog to tackle HSBC on standards

HSBC is facing searching questions from regulators over the quality of its internal checks and culture after the Financial Conduct Authority said it was looking into recent revelations that its Swiss ...

By FT | Published: 17 February 2015

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UK watchdog to tackle HSBC on standards

HSBC is facing searching questions from regulators over the quality of its internal checks and culture after the Financial Conduct Authority said it was looking into recent revelations that its Swiss ...

By FT | Published: 17 February 2015

EUROPE

Gold rally extends to 4th day as Greek talks break down

Gold extended gains to a fourth straight session on Tuesday, underpinned by safe-haven bids after talks between Greece and its creditors broke down. Spot gold rose 0.1 percent to $1,232.50 an ounce by...

By Reuters | Published: 17 February 2015

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UK scraps £3,000 visa bond plan for 'high risk' Africans

Britain is scrapping a plan to force visitors from six "high risk" countries to pay a cash bond of £3,000 (about R48,000), the interior ministry said on Sunday.The government had been preparing to pi...

By Sapa-AFP | Published: 04 November 2013

EUROPE

Four in court over attempt to take control of bank computers

London - Four men have appeared in court over an alleged attempt to take control of computers at a Santander bank branch to steal millions of pounds.They were charged with conspiracy to steal after an...

By BBC | Published: 16 September 2013

EUROPE

Samsung unveils a smartwatch

Berlin - Samsung has unveiled a highly anticipated digital wristwatch at least weeks ahead of a similar product expected from rival Apple. The so-called smartwatch is what some technology analysts bel...

By AP | Published: 04 September 2013

EUROPE

Vodafone says in talks on sale of Verizon Wireless stake

LONDON - Mobile phone giant Vodafone said on Thursday that it is in talks with US telecoms operator Verizon on a possible sale of its stake in Verizon Wireless said to be worth more than $100 billion....

By AFP | Published: 29 August 2013

EUROPE

European Central Bank is unlikely to keep its interest rates low

FRANKFURT - The European Central Bank is unlikely to keep its interest rates low for years, the head of the German Bundesbak said on Monday, but warned that the eurozone crisis is far from over."My as...

By AFP | Published: 26 August 2013

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UK banks to pay up to $2bn for mis-selling credit card protection

The U.K. banking regulator says it has reached a deal with 13 major banks and credit card issuers to compensate customers who were mis-sold credit card protection.The bill could be up to £1.3 billion...

By CNBC | Published: 23 August 2013

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Germany says Greece will need more support

London-Greece will need additional financial support from its European partners on top of existing bailouts worth 240 billion euros, a senior German politician said Tuesday.Speaking during an electi...

By CNN News | Published: 21 August 2013

EUROPE

ECB cuts eurozone growth forecasts

FRANKFURT - Professional forecasters surveyed by the European Central Bank have again cut their eurozone growth forecasts for this year and next year, the ECB said yesterday. According to the ECB's q...

By Business reporter | Published: 09 August 2013

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BP denies US allegations of fixing natural gas market

New York-US regulators have told BP to respond to allegations of natural gas market manipulation and threatened the firm with fines of close to $29m (£19m).BP has 30 days to respond, but said the all...

By BBC News | Published: 06 August 2013

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HSBC falls after earnings as Gulliver says markets slow

London-HSBC Holdings Plc (HSBA), Europe's biggest bank, slid in London and Hong Kong trading after profit missed analysts' estimates and Chief Executive Officer Stuart Gulliver said fast-growing emerg...

By Bloomberg | Published: 06 August 2013

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Lufthansa has no plans to reintroduce flights to Zimbabwe

BERLIN - Germany's flag carrier Lufthansa says it has no immediate plans to reintroduce flights to Harare despite renewed interest and comebacks by other major airlines in recent times, a company spok...

By Staff reporter | Published: 25 July 2013
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