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Euro zone investor morale slumps to four-year low in December

BERLIN (Reuters) – Investor morale in the euro zone slumped to a four-year low in December as fears about trade conflicts, Italy’s budget row...

China deliberates draft rules targeting financial holding companies: sources

BEIJING (Reuters) – China’s central bank has started seeking internal feedback on draft rules regulating financial holding companies, targeting big-name conglomerates that hold multiple...

Chief of Japan’s state-backed JIC resigns amid pay dispute

By Junko Fujita TOKYO (Reuters) – The head of the stated-backed $18 billion Japan Investment Corp (JIC), Masaaki Tanaka, said on Monday he and eight...

European stocks tumble as investors shun risk, BASF hit by profit...

LONDON (Reuters) – Simmering tensions between the U.S. and China dented European shares on Monday as investors fled risk at the start of a...

Dutch estimate cost of ‘hard’ Brexit at 2.3 billion euros

AMSTERDAM (Reuters) – If Britain leaves the European Union with no deal in place it will cause the Netherlands around 2.3 billion euros in...

China property to cool in 2019, weigh on economy, curbs may...

By Yawen Chen and Ryan Woo BEIJING (Reuters) – China’s massive property market is expected to cool further in 2019, with smaller price rises and...

UK’s November shopper numbers fall worst for a decade

LONDON (Reuters) – Shopper numbers in Britain saw their largest November drop for a decade, as Black Friday discounts drove more shopping online, retail...

French deputy finance minister: 2018 GDP will be closer to 1.5...

PARIS (Reuters) – France’s economy will grow by a slower-than-expected 1.5 percent this year, the country’s deputy finance minister said on Monday, as a...

Central bank slashes French fourth-quarter growth estimate on protests

PARIS (Reuters) – French growth is set to slow close to a standstill in the final quarter as waves of anti-government protests hit business...

German October trade surplus narrows as U.S. friction bites

BERLIN (Reuters) – German imports grew faster than exports in October, narrowing the trade surplus as trade friction with the United States slows the...
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