Believe it or not, Europe is finally outperforming Wall Street
The difference is even starker when looking at Germany’s DAX Index.
Lupin inks distribution pact with 3 firms to commercialise NaMuscla in Europe
Exeltis Healthcare SL, Cresco Pharma BV and Macure Pharma ApS w...
Italy bats for inclusive multilateralism following Trump’s offer to expand G-7
“Italy will chair G20 in 2021 and it wants to contribute, toge...
Germany yet to take decision on Donald Trump's G-11 plan
Senior diplomats, who did not wish to be identified told ET, that discussions about Trump’s initiative are still at an early stage and nothing has been firmed up. A senior diplomat from Europe said G10 or G11 would pose a direct challenge to China and its dynamics were very complicated.
A new order: When the world emerges from the pandemic, we'll wake up to a new multilateral order
Covid has accelerated changes in the global multilateral system that have been on over the past few years.
Lockdowns ease across Europe, Asia with new tourism rules
Greece lifted lockdown measures Monday for hotels, campsites, open-air cinemas, golf courses and public swimming pools, while beaches and museums reopened in Turkey and bars, restaurants, cinemas and museums came back to life in the Netherlands.
Tata Sons in strong financial position, says N Chandrasekaran
N Chandrasekaran says group in a strong financial position to support firms and new initiatives.
It's not over until there is no virus anywhere in the world: WHO
"On upticks, yes we have seen in countries around the world - I'm not talking specifically about Europe - when the lockdowns ease, when the social distancing measures ease, people sometimes interpret this as 'OK, it's over'," WHO spokeswoman Margaret Harris told a U.N. briefing in Geneva.
AstraZeneca ‘On Track’ to roll out vaccine in September
“We’re manufacturing indeed at risk — and that’s the only way to have the vaccine ready to go if it works,” he added. Oxford University began initial trials of its Covid-19 vaccine with hundreds of volunteers in April, and is now expanding them to 10,000 participants.
Salons go for makeover before throwing doors open
Grooming services are getting back to business armed with new safety protocols and products.
Banks shine as European stock market rally resumes
The pan-European STOXX 600 gained 1.2 per cent, led by a 3 per cent jump in bank stocks.
Google’s European search menu draws interest of US antitrust investigators
This so-called choice menu started appearing on new smartphones and tablet computers running Google software after March, part of an effort by the internet giant to address a 2018 ruling from European authorities that the company had abused its dominance in smartphone software to unfairly give an advantage to its search engine.
"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.
Angela Merkel seals $145 bn stimulus to lift battered economy
The wide-ranging plan to lift Germany out of the crisis unleashed by the coronavirus exceeded the top end of expectations by 30%. Alongside an immediate jolt from a temporary reduction in value-added tax, coalition officials allocated money to build out 5G data networks, improve railways and double incentives for electric vehicles.
Covid-19, like past epidemics and wars, will inspire writers & feed their imagination, says novelist Jabbour Douaihy
The novelist feels coronavirus pandemic will begin to inspire literature.
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