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BlackRock says it’s warming up to Europe, which it says may outgrow the U.S. in second half of the year

Fund management giant BlackRock said it is warming up to the European response to the coronavirus outbreak, saying an “impressive array” of fiscal and monetary measures will bridge the economy through the response.

by Steve Goldstein
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Bank of England Expected to Increase Bond Buying Amid Lowest Inflation in Four Years

Inflation in the U.K. has sunk to its lowest level in four years, but the Bank of England can still take a breather and pause before it considers drastic action at its policy-setting meeting on Thursday.

by Barron's
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App Developers Say EU’s Apple Probe Lacks Bite

European regulators are investigating Apple for anticompetitive behavior but some critics are still left disappointed.

by Barron's
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U.K. and EU Agree They Want a Quick Brexit Deal. But They Disagree on How.

Investors are beginning to worry — with the pound down 8% against the euro since mid-February. Businesses are ramping up their preparations for a ‘no-deal Brexit,’ and banks were recently reminded by Bank of England Govern...

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It’s official: U.K. won’t require an extension of Brexit talks, even as negotiations with EU hit gridlock

In 2021 the current relationship between the U.K. and European Union will end and any agreement between the two sides will come into effect, if any.

by Archie Mitchell
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U.K. stocks ride global rebound higher, even as growth plunges in April

After the biggest one-day drop since March, U.K. stocks tracked a global rebound higher on Friday, though traders were preoccupied with data that showed economic growth cratering in April as the pandemic took hold.

by Barbara Kollmeyer
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U.K. Asks Consumers to Go Easy on Fish & Chips. It’s All About Brexit.

Future access of Europe’s fishermen to British waters has emerged as the main bone of contention in the Brexit negotiations, threatening to derail the more global trade negotiations that have to be concluded before the end...

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Behind Sterling’s Recent Winning Run Are Reasons to Sell the Dollar

The pound has been too unloved for too long, but a recent winning streak is turning the market’s head. UBS says there’s reasons to believe this has further to go, but it will cost you a strong dollar.

by Barron's

The Fed Is Uncertain About the Future and That’s a Problem

More companies take actions after Floyd’s death, zero rates are here to stay, review hits out at Justice Department’s conduct in Flynn case, and other news to start your day.

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FTSE 100 joins global rally with major oil companies surging on OPEC hopes

London markets weren’t left out of a global rally on Friday, with the FTSE 100 poised for its best weekly return in around a month, as energy shares surged on hopes for a pact by major oil producers to extend production cu...

by Barbara Kollmeyer