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How the European economy is raising fresh global growth fears – MarketWatch

How the European economy is raising fresh global growth fears – MarketWatch

The Bank of England and the European Commission both offered downbeat outlooks on Thursday, reaffirming growing fears about the health of Europe’s economy. Although, the BOE left interest rates unchanged, as expected, it cut its forecast for 2019 gross domestic product to 1.2% versus its previous estimate of 1.7%, with its current level representing the […]

US stocks retreat on US-China trade resolution concerns – Financial Times

US stocks retreat on US-China trade resolution concerns – Financial Times

Thursday 21.41 GMT What you need to know US equities weaken on China trade concerns European government bonds rally The euro slips to $1.13 German and Italian stocks fall Oil prices soften Overview US and European stocks retreated on Thursday on growing concerns about US-China trade tensions and slowing economic growth. The S&P 500 lost […]

Tesla makes its first Model 3 deliveries to Europe – MarketWatch

Tesla makes its first Model 3 deliveries to Europe – MarketWatch

Despite a few snags, Tesla Inc. made its first deliveries of Model 3 sedans to Europe on Wednesday, with some going to buyers who had held reservations for almost three years. The blog Electrek reported that a handful of cars were delivered Wednesday after a cargo ship from California docked at a port in Belgium. […]

5 Films To Know From The European Film Festival In Lebanon – HarpersBazaarArabia

5 Films To Know From The European Film Festival In Lebanon – HarpersBazaarArabia

The European Film Festival, organised by the EU Delegation, is now in its 25th year. It aims to celebrate cultural ties between Europe and Lebanon, while providing a platform for creative expression, inpsiring dialogue and debate, and exploring common topics of interest to European and Lebanese society. This year’s event saw 36 full-length feature films […]

Europe rallies to hit nine-week high on earnings; Pandora shares surge 16% – CNBC

Europe rallies to hit nine-week high on earnings; Pandora shares surge 16% – CNBC

The pan-European Stoxx 600 rallied 1.3 percent during afternoon deals, with all sectors and major bourses in positive territory. The index hit its highest level since Dec. 3. European construction and material stocks led the gains, up over 2 percent amid earnings news. Shares of Assa Abloy jumped over 6 percent — among the best […]

Kosslick, Probst Teamed Up to Expand European Film Market – Variety

Kosslick, Probst Teamed Up to Expand European Film Market – Variety

Beki Probst, former head of the European Film Market, gives Dieter Kosslick great credit for shaping not just the Berlin festival, but also for helping its film market make a quantum leap. “When you ask me what is the image of the Berlinale today, it is of a red scarf and a Borsalino hat,” says […]

UK Brexit minister to work with Conservatives on compromise exit plan – The Straits Times

UK Brexit minister to work with Conservatives on compromise exit plan – The Straits Times

LONDON (REUTERS) – Britain’s Brexit minister Stephen Barclay will hold a meeting of a new working group of Conservative lawmakers on Monday (Feb 4) seeking to find an alternative plan to avoid a post-Brexit border in Ireland, Prime Minister Theresa May’s office said. Last week, lawmakers voted to support Mrs May’s Brexit deal if she […]

Pro-Brexit Tory MP criticised over false statements about Europe and Britain after Second World War – The Independent

Pro-Brexit Tory MP criticised over false statements about Europe and Britain after Second World War – The Independent

A pro-Brexit Tory MP has been criticised after making false statements about Europe and Britain after the Second World War.  Daniel Kawczynski claimed in a tweet that there was “no Marshall Plan for us only for Germany“, referring to American payments of more than £12bn approved in 1948 to help rebuild Europe after the end […]

European transfers: Balague, Laurens, Honigstein pick their ones to watch – BBC Sport

European transfers: Balague, Laurens, Honigstein pick their ones to watch – BBC Sport

It was a busy January transfer window across Europe – below our experts from BBC’s Euro Podcast pick which new signings are ones to watch. Leandro Paredes, 25, midfielder (£40m – Zenit to Paris St-Germain) Leandro Paredes scored his first and only goal for Argentina so far on his senior international debut in the 6-0 […]

MLS on Deadline Day: Almiron's record move, Giovinco's salty goodbye, Acosta's no deal – ESPN

MLS on Deadline Day: Almiron's record move, Giovinco's salty goodbye, Acosta's no deal – ESPN

It’s not often that MLS makes an impact in the global winter transfer market, but that’s what we all saw in a zany 48-hour span in which two of MLS’ major figures packed their bags, while a third got stood up at the altar. Almiron’s record Newcastle move Let’s start with the good. Miguel Almiron […]