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18:23
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Sunday share tips: Capital Drilling, Boohoo

The difficult outlook in almost every sense has experts believing that conditions are set fair for the price of gold, which bodes well for gold miners as well as for those working for them, such as Capital Drilling, said the Mail on Sunday's Midas column.

18:04
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Sunday newspaper round-up: Brexit, Toxic debt, SpaceX

The EU's chief negotiator has warned Boris Johnson that he must keep his promises if he wants to avoid the double economic hit of a no-deal Brexit and the coronavirus pandemic. In an exclusive interview, Michel Barnier accuses the prime minister of backsliding on commitments made in the political declaration. Issuing an ultimatum, he warned that there would not be an "agreement at any cost". - Sunday Times.

29 May
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Europe close: Geopolitical tensions dent advance in stocks

Stocks were still trading on their back foot come midday, but had come off their worst levels, as financial markets girded themselves for a White House press conference scheduled for later in the evening.

29 May
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Week ahead: Global manufacturing, US non-farm payrolls in focus

The focus over the coming week will be on global manufacturing and the US jobs market.

29 May
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Sinovac researchers 99% sure Covid-19 vaccine will be 'effective'

Scientists at Chinese biotechnology form Sinovac are 99% sure that their Covid-19 vaccine candidate will be effective.

29 May
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Sberbank launches physical commodities trading arm in Zug, Switzerland

Russia's largest lender has opened a commodities trading company in Switzerland focused on oil, base metals and bulk commodities.

29 May
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US consumer confidence steady in May, but outlook clouded by Covid-19

Consumer confidence in the US steadied in May but uncertainty about the future course of the pandemic continued to cloud the outlook as did expectations for a sharp rise in prices, the results of one of the most closely-followed surveys revealed.

29 May
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MNI Chicago PMI drops again in May, Covid-19 impact seen extending into 2021

Business activity levels in the Chicago area continued to shrink in May, dropping at their quickest pace since March 1982, led by a drop in new orders amid lockdowns.

29 May
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US personal consumption crashes in April, savings rocket

Personal incomes in the US shot higher last month as government transfers to contain the fallout from the pandemic kicked-in.

29 May
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Europe midday: Stocks off lows despite diplomatic stand-off over HK

Stocks were still trading on their back foot come midday, but had come off their worst levels, as financial markets girded themselves for a White House press conference scheduled for later in the evening.

29 May
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Europe open: Stocks slip ahead of White House press conference

Stocks were trading on the back foot at the end of the week as financial markets girded themselves for a press conference, scheduled for later in the evening.

29 May
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Europe open: Stocks slip ahead of Washington's response to Chinese moves in HK

Stocks were trading on the back foot at the end of the week as financial markets girded themselves for a press conference, scheduled for later in the evening, with the US President.

28 May
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Europe close: Stocks extend gains despite rising geopolitical tensions

Stocks in Europe extended their gains on Thursday despite rising geopolitical and diplomatic tensions with Beijing.

28 May
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Initial results of study into Oxford's Covid-19 vaccine imminent, AstraZeneca chief says

Some members of the Oxford University research team trying to develop a vaccine against the novel corona virus are already privy to initial results for early-stage human trials and their publication is imminent, AstraZeneca's chief said.

28 May
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Friday preview: US data, euro area CPI in focus

The focus at the end of the week will be on a raft of US activity indicators for April and early reading on euro area consumer prices for May.

28 May
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US pending home sales plummet in April but bottom falling into place, NAR says

A key lead indicator for US home sales registered its largest ever recorded drop last month, albeit amid signs that a bottom might now be in place.

28 May
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US firings continue at torrid pace, but hiring picks up

Firings in the US continued at a furious pace during the past week, albeit at a moderately slower pace, and hirings picked up.

28 May
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US durable goods orders drop more than expected in April

Orders in the US for goods made to last more than three years fell sharply in April, with weakness especially evident in demand for transport equipment.

28 May
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Europe midday: Investors continue to look past geopolitical tensions for now

Stocks in Europe were extending their recent gains early on Thursday afternoon despite rising geopolitical and diplomatic tensions with Beijing.

27 May
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Europe close: Cyclicals lead as stockmarket investors look past geopolitical tensions

Stocks continued their advance on the back of the European Commission's proposal for a "revamped" €1. 85trn long-term budget, including a €750bn reconstruction fund, and optimism around plans to gradually reopen economies across the Continent.