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A New Trans-Atlantic Triangle Takes Shape

Barrons 16 Jun 2021
Even though America is a free-wheeling financier, and Europe is not, a trans-Atlantic financial system exists and, for the most part, functions ... Donald Trump setting in motion an unstoppable trajectory in Europe toward a more cautious, more closed financial and economic bloc.
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Decision on Malta’s potential FATF grey-listing set for 23 June

Independent Online 16 Jun 2021
A decision on Malta’s fate vis-à-vis its potential grey-listing by the Financial Action Task Force has been set for 23 June ... Two years ago, Malta failed the anti-money laundering test set out by the Council of Europe’s body and was in danger of being flagged as a risky financial jurisdiction.
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U.S. Stock Futures Waver Ahead of Fed Decision

Wall Street Journal 16 Jun 2021
In Europe, the Stoxx Europe 600 added 0.3% in morning trade, and it is at its highest level in a year. Financials and healthcare sectors led gains ...
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Barbados: The EIB contributes USD 60 million to the Government of Barbados’ national pandemic response

Reliefweb 16 Jun 2021
The financing helps relieve the financial burden of increased healthcare expenditure during a time of economic hardship ... "As part of Team Europe, the EIB is currently working to increase its financing to strengthen health and economic resilience to the pandemic around the world ... Team Europe and the COVID-19 pandemic response.
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EU chief gives initial approval to national recovery plans

Rapid City Journal 16 Jun 2021
The money is to be distributed in the form of grants and credit ... Final approval of EU countries’ plans is still weeks away ... Europe Portugal Western Europe. Tags. Dcc Wire General News Government And Politics Economy Business Financial Crisis Financial Markets Coronavirus Infectious Diseases Diseases And Conditions Health Lung Disease Covid-19 Pandemic.
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Fallon believes European jackpot is not out of Linfield's reach after favourable qualifying draw

Belfast Telegraph 16 Jun 2021
There are financial benefits for the club but the players focus on performances and it would be nice to progress in Europe again,” said the 24-year-old ... “You get a second chance in Europe as champions, so it’s not a case of you lose, you’re out. “I’ve played in Europe for a few ...
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University-backed start-up accelerators get moving

The Irish Times 16 Jun 2021
Partners in the accelerator include AIB, The Yield Lab Europe, Bimeda, Devenish, Carberry, Origin Enterprises, Ornua and HerdWatch, who are providing both financial and mentoring support.
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University-backed start-up accelerators get under way

The Irish Times 16 Jun 2021
Partners in the accelerator include AIB, The Yield Lab Europe, Bimeda, Devenish, Carberry, Origin Enterprises, Ornua and HerdWatch, who are providing both financial and mentoring support.
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Resilient results for listed steel business despite pandemic’s impact

The Business Desk 16 Jun 2021
Thirsk-based structural steel group, Severfield, reports its revenues have risen 11% to £363.3m (2020 ... £28.6m) ... £13.1m) ... Severfield says its UK and Europe order book was worth £301m at 1 June 2021 (1 November 2020 ... Severfield says the high quality UK and Europe order book supports its continued growth throughout the 2022 financial year and beyond ... .
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Financial, industrial stocks lift European shares to near record high

Metro USA 16 Jun 2021
By Sagarika Jaisinghani. (Reuters) -Gains in financial and industrial stocks lifted European shares on Wednesday, though the main equity index held off record highs on nervousness that the U.S ... In Europe, heavyweight industrial and financial stocks rose 0.5% each, while energy stocks tracked a jump in Brent crude to its highest since April 2019 ... [.L].
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Supporting the Green Deal around the world with Team Europe

Business Ghana 16 Jun 2021
Working closely with the public and private sectors, as well as with many financial partners, notably through Team Europe, the Bank provided more than €10 billion in 2020 to finance projects outside the European Union that will create jobs and opportunities, support a cleaner planet and a better quality of life.
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Countries need to come up with unified stance on cryptocurrencies – and right now

Gulf News 16 Jun 2021
Following the crisis, Colonial had no choice but to acquiesce and pay just to resume its operations ... At a time when the US and Canada allow dealing in crypto, especially Bitcoin, China is launching campaigns against cryptocurrencies, while the EU takes position that reflect the declining status of Europe in global financial regulations ... .
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Dollar Shorts Cut as Traders Brace for Hawkish Fed Surprise

Yahoo Daily News 16 Jun 2021
The Bloomberg Dollar Spot Index traded near the highest level in two weeks ... The decision comes at a delicate time for financial markets, which have largely accepted reassurances from central banks in the U.S. to Europe and the U.K. that the acceleration in price pressures will likely be transitory ... Tracking Yields ... “With risks to U.S ... ‘Raging’ Debate ... .
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Should I buy shares in Deliveroo or Tesco?

The Motley Fool 16 Jun 2021
The Deliveroo (LSE.ROO) share price disappointed investors at its initial public offering (IPO) in April when it spectacularly flopped. Today it’s down 10% from the IPO, but it has recovered 14% from its 52-week low ... According to the Financial Times, Europe boasts over 18k mutual funds, and to date, only four of them have added Deliveroo stock ... .
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Critical entities targeted in suspected Chinese cyber spying

Federal News Radio 16 Jun 2021
RICHMOND, Va ... entities ... It’s unclear what sensitive information, if any, was accessed ... Insight by Dynatrace ... The U.S ... Read more ... The company and BAE have identified targets of the hacking campaign in several fields, including financial, technology and defense firms, as well as municipal governments. Some targets were in Europe, but most in the U.S ... .
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