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Europe close: Travel and technology issues pace losses

Travel and leisure, and technology issues weighed on Europe's main stockmarket gauges, although a positive start to the US second-quarter corporate reporting season helped to stem losses.

EU set to maintain travel restrictions with most third countries

The European Union will not expand its list of countries allowed restriction-free travel when officials meet for their bi-weekly review.

Rigel Pharmaceuticals jumps on news of Imperical College Covid-19 study

Shares of US drug developer Rigel Pharmaceuticals shot higher on news that researchers at Imperial College were set to launch a clinical trial into the use of one of its existing treatments to help patients suffering from mild-to-moderate Covid-19 pneumonia from worsening.

US core CPI edges past forecasts in June

The cost of living in the US increased slightly more quickly than anticipated amid broad gains in prices by categories.

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Europe midday: Tech paces losses as US earnings season gets underway

Stocks in Europe are holding lower despite news of a positive start to the US second-quarter corporate reporting season.

Chinese imports and exports jump past forecasts in June

Chinese foreign trade moved up a gear in June, belying a strong domestic economy and overseas.

Small US companies' earnings expectations plumb 10-year low in June, NFIB says

A stronger-than expected reading for a widely-followed gauge of small business confidence in June was misleading, some economists said.

Tuesday preview: UK GDP, Ashmore in the spotlight

Investors will be closely watching Tuesday morning's data release on UK gross domestic product, following a 20. 4% plunge that pushed the country's economic output down to levels last seen in 2002.

Europe open: Stocks retreat as investors take profits in technology space

Stocks in Europe have started the morning down, tracking a sharp intra-day reversal lower in US stocks overnight after authorities in the state of California reversed the opening of bars and restaurants in response to the growing number of novel coronavirus infections.

13 Jul
Europe close: Stocks, euro near one-month highs ahead of results season

Stocks in Europe finished the session at their best level in over a month ahead of the start of the second quarter earnings season, even as the single currency continued to bound higher.

13 Jul
Morgan Stanley sees cycle turning higher for 'value' stocks

Equity strategists at Morgan Stanley sounded a positive note on so-called 'value' stocks, arguing that the economic cycle was shifting into a 'recovery regime' - but there was catch.

13 Jul
Libya set to restart oil exports

Libya is set to resume crude oil exports in the wake of successful talks between the country's two warring factions following talks led by the United Nations and the United States.

13 Jul
JP Morgan says 'pent-up' demand will be exhausted, stays 'overweight' on Tech and Healthcare

Equity strategists at JP Morgan believe that second quarter corporate results on both sides of the Atlantic may come in ahead of analysts' forecasts, helped by the fact that estimates were at very depressed levels.

13 Jul
Europe midday: Stocks buoyed by optimism for profits, vaccine news

Stocks in Europe are bumping up against multi-month highs at the beginning of the second quarter earnings season on both sides of the Atlantic, despite some analysts' reservations, helped by more positive news around efforts to develop a Covid-19 vaccine.

13 Jul
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Europe open: M&A news bolsters shares ahead of Q2 results season

Stocks in Europe have started the week higher with investors opting to take a 'glass half full' approach and with investor sentiment boosted further by gains during Asian trading and merger news on both sides of the Atlantic.

12 Jul
Week ahead: UK GDP, EU leaders' summit, US earnings in focus

The focus over the coming week will be on reports covering gross domestic product and the labour market in May.

12 Jul
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Sunday share tips: PureTech, Driver Group

The Sunday Times's Sabah Meddings told readers of her 'Inside the City' column to 'buy' shares of PureTech, citing the the drug maker's ingenious 'portfolio' approach and ample pipeline of treatments in various phases of development.

12 Jul
Sunday newspaper round-up: Freeports, UK equities, Trump

Taxes and red tape will be slashed in towns and cities across the country next year, under government plans for a post-Brexit and post-coronavirus ­economic revolution. Rishi Sunak, the Chancellor, is preparing to introduce sweeping tax cuts and an overhaul of planning laws in up to 10 new "freeports" within a year of the UK becoming fully independent from the European Union in December, The Telegraph can reveal. - Sunday Telegraph.

10 Jul
Europe close: Bank and Technology stocks pace gains

Gains for lenders' shares and among Technology stocks saw Europe's main stockmarket gauges finish the week on an up note, with the latter extending their breakout to multi-year highs.

10 Jul
FTSE 100 risers: Lenders pace gains

London's second-tier index notched up a gain of 0. 76% in the final session of the week to 6,095. 41.