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Markets continue to feel brunt of virus outbreak

Asian shares started the week with fresh losses as the coronavirus outbreak continues to shut down travel and business in many parts of the...

FTSE has best day on record as traders hope for US coronavirus bill

The 100 companies on Britain’s main stock index have added more more than £113 billion to their combined value, in the FTSE 100’s best...

Stocks surge as US government seeks to support economy during outbreak

US stocks jumped as American president Donald Trump promised he would be “going big” with plans to blunt the economic pain caused by the...

US stocks suffer worst losses since Black Monday crash of 1987

The escalating coronavirus emergency has sent US stocks to their worst losses since the Black Monday crash of 1987. The plunge extended a sell-off that...

US stocks plunge after coronavirus declared a pandemic

US stocks have plunged lower on Wednesday, with the Dow Jones industrials sinking more than 1,400 points, as investors became more fearful about the...

‘Black Monday’ for traders as FTSE 100 collapses more than 8%

Billions was wiped off the UK’s leading share index as an all-out oil price war between Saudi Arabia and Russia sent stock markets across...

Stocks jump after US Federal Reserve makes emergency rate cut

The US Federal Reserve will cut interest rates by half a percentage point in its first emergency rate cut since the Great Recession in...

UK stock markets pause for breath after plummeting on coronavirus fears

UK stock markets have steadied after Monday’s dramatic falls amid fears over the spread of coronavirus, but experts warned of further shares pain to...

More than £62bn wiped off FTSE 100 as traders run scared from coronavirus

More than £62 billion was wiped off the value of Britain’s top index on Monday, as global traders reacted with fear to the first...

FTSE 100 plunges on Trump tariff threats and trade concerns

The FTSE 100 has plunged lower after Donald Trump threatened to slap hefty tariffs on France and the EU. The index slid to its lowest...

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Boris Johnson admitted to hospital as coronavirus symptoms persist

Boris Johnson has been admitted to hospital for tests as his coronavirus symptoms persist, Downing Street has said. Number 10 said the British Prime Minister...

Pope Francis begins Holy Week without the public

Pope Francis has begun the first of several Holy Week ceremonies that will be held behind closed doors this year because of the coronavirus...

British Labour leader Keir Starmer to create ‘balanced’ shadow cabinet

Keir Starmer has pledged to create a “balanced” shadow cabinet as he begins appointing his top team after winning a landslide victory in the...

Hancock admits NHS may not hit ventilator target before virus peak

The Health Secretary has said the UK Government is on track to meet its goal of ventilator capacity for 18,000 patients, however he admitted...

‘Complete collapse of economies’ ahead as Africa battles virus

Countries across Africa face a “complete collapse of economies and livelihoods” unless the spread of coronavirus can be controlled, a UN official has warned. More...
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