India to send nearly 1,000 tonnes of paracetamol raw material to Europe
The Indian government in March put a hold on exports of several drugs including paracetamol to secure supplies for its people after the coronavirus outbreak disrupted the industry's supply chain globally. COVID-19 is the respiratory disease caused by the novel coronavirus.
Europe remains 'in the eye' of coronavirus storm: WHO
As some European countries have started to ease some of the restrictions put in place t...
UK overtakes Italy with Europe's highest official coronavirus death toll
Weekly figures from Britain's Office for National Statistics (ONS) a...
Goldman picks GRANOLAS in Europe. Does India have any for investors?
What could a selection on similar lines look in case of India?
"Make Europe Great Again" recovery fund to reverse euro's fortunes: BofA
The news triggered a rally in the euro, in European equities and in southern European bonds.
‘There are no losses as such’ even if IPL is cancelled: Mustafa Ghouse, JSW Sports CEO
It’s being projected that the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) is set to lose around Rs 4,000 crore in revenue if the 2020 edition of the IPL is cancelled. In turn, it will affect the revenues of the eight franchises as BCCI distributes a part of its earning every season among the teams. What kind of losses is JSW Sports staring at?
Is Europe beating the virus? Experts urge prudence
The initial flood of hospital admissions is starting to slow and infection rates in some countries are flattening. Some are beginning to hope that lockdowns could be eased soon. But experts warn dropping the guard now risks undoing all the sacrifices made and unleashing a second infection wave.
Volkswagen re-starts Europe's largest car factory after coronavirus shutdown
Volkswagen the world's largest carmaker by sales, on Monday said it had resumed work at its biggest factory in Wolfsburg, Germany, to give its workers time to adapt to new hygiene measures to combat the coronavirus.
Factories fire up in Europe to pull economy back from the abyss
The restart is crucial to pull the European economy out of a tailspin that’s forced governments to pledge hundreds of billions of euros to keep companies afloat. Measures of private-sector business activity plummeted to an all-time low in April, with record job cuts.
Lockdown hits business activity across Europe
A final composite PMI for the euro zone plummeted to a record low of 29.7 from February’s 51.6, lower than the flash reading of 31.4 and marking by far its biggest onemonth drop since the survey began in July 1998. The 50 mark separates growth from contraction.
Spain says one of Europe's most-wanted Islamic State fighters arrested
The Egyptian man, who has fought in Syria and Iraq, was hiding in an apartment with two other people who were also arrested and were being identified by police, the interior ministry said in a statement late on Tuesday. The man has appeared in gory propaganda pictures of IS crimes, the ministry said.
Amid rising talk of negative rates, policies in Japan, Europe get subtle tweaks
This subsidy is the newest twist in the topsy-turvy world of negative rates policy.
Europe's virus toll surges, world plunges into recession
Europe has suffered the brunt of the coronavirus crisis in recent weeks, with millions across the continent on lockdown and the streets of Paris, Rome and Madrid eerily empty. In Britain, the men leading the country's fight against the coronavirus -- Prime Minister Boris Johnson and his Health Secretary Matt Hancock -- have both tested positive for COVID-19.
Expert says UK likely has Europe's highest virus death rate
Anthony Costello, director of the Institute for Global Health at University College London, said the U.K."could see 40,000 deaths" by the time the first wave of the country's outbreak is over.
Europe car sales tank 55% in March on coronavirus lockdowns
The European carmaker's association, ACEA, said Friday that new car registrations `'recorded a dramatic drop'' of 55% to 567,308 units.
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