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06 Jul
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Saudi, UAE spat unlikely to result in breakdown of OPEC+ discipline, Morgan Stanley says

OPEC+'s failure to reach an agreement on raising production two days before is unlikely to herald the start of a price war between its members, analysts at Morgan Stanley said - but there were medium-term risks.

06 Jul
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Delta variant shows some resistance to Pfizer vaccine

The Pfizer vaccine is less effective against the spread of the Delta variant of Covid-19, revealed an Israeli study on Tuesday.

06 Jul
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Didi shares fall over 25% in response to Chinese crackdown

Didi Global shares fell over 25% in US pre-market trade on Tuesday, ahead of its first trading session since Chinese regulators ordered the company's app be taken down in that country.

06 Jul
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US services PMI slips by a bit more than expected in June

Activity in America's services sector slowed down a tad more quickly than anticipated last month, the results of a closely-followed survey revealed.

06 Jul
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German investor sentiment buoyant, despite survey fall

Investor sentiment in Germany remained strong in July, a survey showed on Tuesday, despite recording a bigger-than-expected fall.

06 Jul
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TravelPerk buys UK-based Click Travel

Business trip booking platform TravelPerk purchased UK-based Click Travel, the latest move in a buying spree from the Barcelona-based startup.

06 Jul
Tech giants threaten to leave Hong Kong over privacy law

Tech giants including Google, Facebook and Twitter have warned through an Asian industry group on Tuesday that they could cut their services in Hong Kong if Beijing goes ahead with its plans to impose new privacy laws.

06 Jul
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Bitcoin seeks stability as it prepares to hit 36,000 again

The bitcoin has returned to recover the 34,000 dollars this Tuesday, after a back and forth movement developed between Sunday and Monday, which left the most traded digital currency in the world at the gates of the 36,000 dollars, despite the fact that it later rose up to $ 33,500. Several bullish signals indicate that purchases will return to the cryptocurrency, while in the rest of the market there are rises in ‘altcoins’, such as ethereum, cardano or binance coin.

06 Jul
German factory orders unexpectedly slump in May

German factory orders unexpectedly slumped in May amid weakness in the auto sector, according to figures released on Tuesday by Destatis.