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US stocks drop due to an unexpected rise in weekly jobless claims, compounding fears of a stalling economic recovery. Photograph: Richard Drew/AP

European shares sank on Thursday as a resurgence in Covid-19 cases across the continent and fading hopes for more US fiscal stimulus before the presid(...)

Oil stocks slumped as crude prices dropped more than 5 per cent. Photograph: AFP via Getty

European stocks handed back most of their early gains to close slightly higher yesterday, as a slide in oil majors offset a slew of positive earnings (...)

Food stocks were also down due in part to Brexit concerns with Glanbia dropping 2.7% and Kerry 1.8%.

European stocks slid on Thursday, with UK markets leading the way after Britain’s government launched a scaled-back job support programme, while a sec(...)

Bankia’s shares were trading at a steep discount to its book value before the merger was announced.

CaixaBank is set to become Spain’s largest lender after agreeing to pay a 20 per cent premium to take over smaller rival Bankia, in a move that herald(...)

Renault  announced last week plans to cut 15,000 jobs worldwide, including 4,600 in France. Photograph: Christophe Ena/AP

Renault finalised on Wednesday a €5 billion loan from the French government, strengthening the car-maker’s finances in the wake of the coronavirus pan(...)

French president Emmanuel Macron gives a TV address to the nation announcing sweeping new measures to stem the spread of the new Covid-19 virus. Photograph: France Televisions via AP

Relief is on the way for banks in France, Italy and Germany, as the region’s biggest economies resort to crisis-era tools to limit the damage from the(...)

Ahead of the meeting with Donald Trump, US banks unveiled a range of measures to try to mitigate the impact on customers. Photograph: EPA

Donald Trump has summoned some of America’s most senior bankers to an emergency coronavirus meeting on Wednesday as global lenders scramble to respond(...)

Boris Johnson spooked markets by putting the threat of a no-deal Brexit back on the table. Photograph: Matt Dunham/PA Wire

Boris Johnson spooked markets by putting the threat of a no-deal Brexit back on the table. His plan to change the law to ensure the transition phase i(...)

London’s FTSE 100 share index was up for the fourth session in a row on Monday

The pound rose on Monday, still boosted by last week’s British general election victory for the pro-Brexit Conservative party, even in the face of dat(...)

The Nasdaq eked out gains on the back of a rise in shares of Facebook and Microsoft.

Global shares reversed course on Friday after a strong run following comments from US president Donald Trump contradicting reports that the US and Chi(...)

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