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Chinese stock market and currency surges on positive data


Chinese stock market and currency surges on positive data

Mainland Chinese stocks have surged higher in the Asia session as traders returned from holidays to positive economic data. A private survey showed that China's services sector continued to expand in September. The Caixin/Markit Services PMI (Purchasing Managers

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Easyjet foresees losses in 2020 close to 1 billion euros


Easyjet foresees losses in 2020 close to 1 billion euros

The British airline Easyjet has warned that it could close 2020 with an annual loss of 845 million pounds (931 million euros) due to the drastic fall in its activity as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. This will be the first year in the history of the airli

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Barrick Gold about to break out to new yearly highs?


Barrick Gold about to break out to new yearly highs?

When news broke on August 17th that investment legend Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway had taken a position of a little greater than half a billion USD in Barrick Gold, Barrick Gold's stock rose more than 10%.

Shortly afterwards, it hit its current yearly

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UK prepares to walk on October 15, but EU still positive


UK prepares to walk on October 15, but EU still positive

Negotiations between European and UK officials are in crunch talks to meet UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson's 15 October deadline. Just this week, the EU called Boris Johnson's bluff to walk away from the talks knowing the fact it would be disastrous for a govern

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Tesco rises on stock market on positive sales in the first fiscal semester


Tesco rises on stock market on positive sales in the first fiscal semester

The main European indices are torn between green and red in the first hours of trading thanks to the good corporate results of large companies such as the British Tesco. The European stock markets are, thus, unmarked by the Wall Street falls caused by the announ

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