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22 May
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Europe close: Stocks end on a mixed note amid trade jitters

Stocks finished slightly lower as investors continued to monitor the headlines around the ongoing trade war between the US and China while keeping an eye on the news flow on Brexit.

22 May
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Thursday preview: European parliamentary elections, TalkTalk in focus

All eyes on Thursday will be on the start of voting for MEPs to the European Parliament.

22 May
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No strong argument to either raise or lower rates, Fed's Williams says

A top US central bank official does not see strong enough arguments at the moment to either raise or lower interest rates.

22 May
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US central bank may want to cut rates if inflation disappoints, Fed's Bullard says

One of the more 'dovish' rate-setters at the Federal Reserve said on Wednesday that the US central bank may want to consider interest rate cuts if inflation readings continue to disappoint.

22 May
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Europe midday: Stocks slip as US-China trade tensions simmer

Stocks are trading slightly lower come midday as investors continue monitor the headlines around the ongoing trade war between the US and China and keep an eye on the news flow on Brexit.

22 May
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Barrick Gold offers to buy remaining shares of Acacia at a discount

Barrick Gold has offered to buy the remainder of Acacia Mining at a discount arguing that it was a necessary step in order to unblock the dispute between the miner and the government of Tanzania.

22 May
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BofA-ML reiterates 'underperform' on Lloyds citing competition in UK mortgages

Analysts at Bank of America-Merrill Lynch reiterated their 'underperform' recommendation for shares of Lloyds on Wednesday, pointing to a £2. 0bn revenue headwind for the lender as it tries to manage the trade-off between growing its mortgage volumes and sustaining it net interest margin in the face of increased competition in the space and as expectations for interest rate increases continue to get pushed back.

21 May
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Wednesday preview: FOMC, UK CPI

The focus on Wednesday will be on the US central bank, with three top Federal Reserve officials set to take to the podium ahead of the release of the latest set of Fed minutes later in the evening.

21 May
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Europe close: Stocks bounce back after White House grants Huawei temporary reprieve

Stocks on the Continent bounced back from the the previous day's drubbing on Tuesday after the US administration decided overnight to ease its restrictions on Chinese tech giant Huawei for three months.

21 May
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London close: Stocks see timid bounce as investors weigh PM's withdrawal plans

London stocks edged higher on Tuesday on Tuesday, as investors digested the Prime Minister's offer to MPs of a possible second referendum on Brexit, subject to Parliament's approval, but only if they first backed her own proposed withdrawal bill.

21 May
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Europe midday: Tech issues lead bounce in stock markets

Stocks on the Continent are bouncing back from the the previous day's thrashing after the US administration decided overnight to ease its restrictions on Chinese tech giant Huawei for three months.

20 May
Small caps round-up

City Pub Group reported a jump in sales on Monday for the 19 weeks to 12 May, as it said it's on track to meet expectations for the year.

20 May
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Commodities: Brent futures whipsawed by mixed remarks from main producers

Commodity prices were mostly lower on Monday as concerns over the stalemate in US-China trade talks engulfed technology shares across the globe after Washington threatened, last Friday, to cut off Chinese tech champion Huawei's access to US-made components.

20 May
Europe close: Stocks finish lower as trade war concerns extend to technology space

Stock markets across the Continent sustained heavy losses following a rout in the technology sector after the US blacklisted Chinese telecommunications equipment manufacturer Huawei last Friday, banning US companies, including chipmakers, from supplying it with much needed components.

20 May
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FX round-up: Rabobank says risks for the pound lie to the downside

Sterling was little changed at the start of the week, as investors bid their time ahead of the European parliamentary elections, which some - albeit not all - observers said would serve as a proxy vote on Brexit.

20 May
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London close: Homebuilder and travel stocks pace losses

London stocks slipped, led lower by weakness in the housebuilding sector, as worries about Brexit and Sino-US relations weighed on investor sentiment.

20 May
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Tuesday preview: BoE's Carney, Severn Trent in focus

Investors are likely to focus on the Bank of England's Mark Carney on Tuesday.

20 May
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Europe midday: Technology and travel stocks reel

Stockmarkets across the Continent are seeing heavy losses amid a rout in the technology space after the US blacklisted Chinese telecommunications equipment manufacturer Huawei on Friday, banning US companies, including chipmakers, from supplying it with much needed components.

20 May
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Thomas Cook under pressure as payments intermediary seeks to hold onto cash

Shares of Thomas Cook are coming under continued selling pressure at the start of the week, at least in part after Sky News reported that a payments intermediary in Scandinavia was negotiating holding onto holidaymakers' cash for several weeks instead of two days.

20 May
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Europe open: Stock markets slightly lower amid losses in technology space

Stockmarkets across the Continent have started the morning slightly lower as investors bide their time ahead of the elections to the European Parliament next weekend.