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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...

European markets lower following stimulus surge on Wall Street

Shares have fallen in Europe after a mixed day in Asia, where Tokyo’s Nikkei 225 jumped while Australia’s benchmark sank 5%. US futures were also...

The Nightcap: What the news won’t tell you

- By Afolabi Thomas, Business Editor 2020 could potentially become the most chaotic times of the century, in theory of course. What I mean by...

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...

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...

London Glossy Presents: The Nightcap

At London Glossy we decided to create a new segment that summarises the weekly news, and provides insights into what to expect in the...

Hong Kong stock exchange drops £32bn bid for LSE

Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing has dropped its £32 billion takeover pursuit of the London Stock Exchange Group, ending its ambitious attempt to create...

US Federal Reserve cuts interest rate for first time in more than a decade

The US Federal Reserve has cut its key interest rate for the first time in a decade. The cut aims to counter threats ranging from...

Aston Martin shares tumble on hefty half-year loss

Shares in Aston Martin Lagonda have plummeted once again after the luxury car-maker revealed it swung to a £78.8 million (€86m) loss as demand from...

How high can we go? Market waits for Fed decision

The European Central Bank (ECB) met July 25th, signaling more easing measures ahead in this slowing market. The central bank said it aims to...

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Summer is round the corner, and if you are waiting to fit into your bikini or shorts butt worried, read on! Girls, if you're yearning...

Queen to acknowledge Britain’s ‘pain’ in broadcast

The Queen will use her address to the British people to recognise the pain felt by many families living through this “time of disruption”...

Donald Trump calls inspector general he sacked in whistleblower row ‘a disgrace’

Donald Trump has described as “a disgrace” the sacked inspector general who handled an anonymous whistleblower’s complaint that sparked his impeachment. A day after dismissing...

Interpol: Covid-19 hospitals at risk of cyber attack

On Saturday, Interpol warned that cybercriminals are exploiting the coronavirus crisis and threatening to hold hospitals to ransom despite the life-saving work they are...

Princess liner carrying virus victims docks in Florida

Another cruise ship with coronavirus patients on board has docked in Florida. Princess Cruises said seven passengers and five crew members on the Coral Princess...
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