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Thursday, Nov 8

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EU Tells Denmark and Estonia to Adopt Money Laundering ...

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The European Commission has ordered Denmark and Estonia to completely transpose the fourth anti-money laundering directive into national law or face a possible court battle. “The European Commission c...

Italy’s Budget Stimulus Aims Could Backfire, IMF’s Thomsen ...

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Italy’s plans for an expansionary budget that widens the deficit could end up doing more damage than good for the economy, according to a top International Monetary Fund official. IMF Europe Director ...

15

This German TV Mystery Is a Lot Easier in English - Bloomberg

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Alex Webb is a Bloomberg Opinion columnist covering Europe's technology, media and communications industries. He previously covered Apple and other technology companies for Bloomberg News in San Franc...

13

Don't Mistake Burberry's Instabuzz for a Turnaround ...

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It’s a great sign for investors that the brand’s new head designer has resonated with shoppers. But the road to recovery is a long one

EU Spells Out to Italy Why Its Budget Plans Just Won't Fly ...

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The European Union has put numbers on its frustration with Italy. After weeks of accusing Rome of too-optimistic assumptions about the effect of its spending plans, it said Thursday that economic grow...

EU Sees Risks Mounting in an Economy Already Under ...

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Global trade tensions, Italy’s fiscal battles and U.S. overheating pose risks to the euro-area economy, the European Commission warned as it lowered its forecast for the coming year. While the list of ...

Wednesday, Oct 24

10

Deutsche Bank Seeks to Break Vicious Circle as Growth Elusive

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Deutsche Bank AG Chief Executive Officer Christian Sewing is showing signs of steadying the lender after a bitter boardroom battle. He now faces the same challenge that eluded his predecessor: how to boost revenue after slashing costs and…

09

Uber’s Secret Restaurant Empire - Bloomberg

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On Aug. 1, Brooklyn Burger Factory began selling gourmet patties in its residential neighborhood of Crown Heights. But even though the restaurant serves a steady stream of jerk burgers, salmon burgers ...

08

Ousting Theresa May Won’t Solve Brexit - Bloomberg

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To every complex human problem, there is a solution that is neat, plausible — and wrong. That observation by H.L. Mencken came to mind as rumors resurfaced this week that pro-Brexit Conservatives were ...

07

The Pound Is Being Held Hostage by Politics Again - Bloomberg

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The pound slid 0.6 percent last week as a key EU summit failed to yield much progress on Brexit. Option market sentiment on the sterling-dollar pair has turned more bearish, with risk-reversals on the ...

The Perfect Swedish Cake – and How to Make It - Bloomberg

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Four grains are generally used in Nordic baking: wheat, rye, barley and oats. But walk into a Swedish supermarket and you may find 150 types of soft bread, more than 50 varieties of crispbread and as ...

First-Class Flying Is Back, and It’s More Luxurious Than ...

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First-class airline service has long been the playground of the fabulously famous and fantastically wealthy, with luxuries ranging from free-flowing Champagne and mountains of caviar in the early year...

06

Italian Premier Conte on Markets, Mediation and EU Leaders ...

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A Florence law professor until June, Conte has had to weather tensions between his two deputies, attacks from the EU and a market rout since entering front line politics less than five months ago.

Friday, Aug 10

21

Lira Tumbles as Trump Deals Crumbling Currency Yet Another Blow

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Turkey edged closer still to a full-blown financial meltdown as U.S. President Donald Trump authorized a doubling of some tariffs on the nation and investors lost faith in policy makers' ability to contain a debilitating market rout. The…

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GE Is Preparing $1.5 Billion Sale of Power-Conversion Unit

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General Electric Co. is working with bankers on a possible sale of its power-conversion business, people familiar with the matter said, as the fallen manufacturer attempts to regain its footing by sli...

19

Semiconductors' Two-Day Selloff Is the Talk of Tech Traders

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It wasn’t the FAANGs this time. Traders of technology stocks have been focused squarely on one chunk of the sector recently: the semiconductors, and the pain that the group has endured over the past t...

PBOC Vows No ‘Strong’ Stimulus, Says Won't Use Yuan in ...

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China’s central bank said it won’t use the yuan as a tool to cope with trade tensions and other external issues, and that it won’t conduct any ...

Ruble Dives the Most Since the Oil Crash in 2015 - Bloomberg

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The ruble is suffering its worst weekly slump since the 2015 oil crash as some of Wall Street’s biggest banks warn investors to steer clear of Russian ...

Where U.K. Youth Don’t Shop - Bloomberg

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Young people like department stores such as Debenhams and House of Fraser, which is being bought by Sports Direct, and think the chains will survive ...

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The Long Unraveling of Tesla’s Master Plan - Bloomberg

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Liam Denning is a Bloomberg Opinion columnist covering energy, mining and commodities. He previously was editor of the Wall Street Journal's Heard on the ...

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Erdogan Answers Lira's Pleas With an Ottoman Slap - Bloomberg

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Asking your citizens to search under their pillows for foreign banknotes and gold to convert into domestic currency isn't much of an economic strategy at ...

Euro Traders Await More Signs of Turkey Pain With Banks at ...

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There is little sign that the euro is about to turn around its rough patch against the dollar as concerns over the exposure of the region’s banks to ...

15

Turkish Lira's Plunge Brings Cost Relief for Zara Owner ...

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The crash in the lira could boost Inditex SA, the Spanish owner of the Zara brand, by lowering its costs for making clothes in Turkey, a key manufacturing ...

Mixed U.K. Growth Data Highlight Need For BOE Caution on ...

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The U.K.’s second quarter growth figures underlined why Bank of England officials felt compelled to act this month, but also highlighted the need for ...

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Gold Puts Up a Fight as Selloff Slows Near Key $1,200 Level

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Gold is showing resistance near $1,200 an ounce, suggesting prices are for now finding a floor near a one-year low. Since last week, the metal’s declines ...

Turkey Leaves Europe’s Bankers Looking for Divine Help

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Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has been standing firm as investors dump his country’s assets at an alarming pace, saying: “They have got dollars, we have got our people, our right, our Allah.” ...

The Reason to Worry When Public Companies Disappear ...

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Public corporations are an odd hybrid institution. They’re not really public in the sense of the government having a stake in them -- they’re privately ...

Ryanair Strike Pushes Panicky Customers Into Pricey ...

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Ryanair Holdings Plc’s worsening spat with pilots and cabin crew has created confusion among panicked customers as they race to salvage travel plans ...

Billionaire Ashley Buys House of Fraser for $115 Million ...

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U.K. billionaire Mike Ashley swooped in to rescue the House of Fraser Ltd. department-store chain for 90 million pounds ($115 million), staving off ...

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Ryanair's Strike Costs Mount With Biggest Walkout Yet

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Ryanair Holdings Plc has been grappling with major strikes for the first time in its three-decade history. The disruption is headed for a new peak Friday with at least 400 flights lost across five nations as pilots ramp up a bid to wrest…