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Printing of The Telegram halted until state of emergency lifted
Fishermen clash over Mi’kmaq fishing rights, observers warn tensions running high
Canadian economy expected to gather steam, keeping BoC at bay in 2020: Reuters poll
Facebook sued in U.S. federal court for alleged anticompetitive conduct
The yield curve's still weird. Fed's Bullard is okay with that
Chinese cities get creative in steadying cooling property markets
Samsung appoints new mobile chief as Huawei chips away at market share
By Hyunjoo Jin SEOUL (Reuters) - Samsung Electronics Co Ltd on Monday named its youngest president as its new smartphone chief as the firm seeks to defend its lead in the handset market from rising challenges from rivals such as Huawei Technologies ...
Guoxuan says in talks with Volkswagen, hasn't reached binding agreement
SHANGHAI (Reuters) - Guoxuan High-Tech Co Ltd <002074.SZ> is in talks with Volkswagen AG for potential strategic cooperation in technology, product, and capital, the Chinese battery maker wrote in a company filing on Monday. Guoxuan added it has not ...
UK confidence signs grow as Bank of England nears rate decision
By Elizabeth Howcroft and Andy Bruce LONDON (Reuters) - British households grew more confident about their finances and a measure of house prices rose by a record amount for January, according to surveys which added to other signs of a brightening ...
EU won't meet China halfway in investment talks: EU trade chief
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - The European Union wants to agree a deal with China this year to protect foreign investment and increase investment market access, but it will not meet Beijing halfway, EU trade chief Phil Hogan said on Monday. Hogan told a ...
A thousand EU financial firms plan to open UK offices after Brexit
By Huw Jones LONDON (Reuters) - More than a thousand banks, asset managers, payments companies and insurers in the European Union plan to open offices in post-Brexit Britain so they can continue serving UK clients, regulatory consultancy Bovill said ...
Fines for European privacy breaches reach 114 million euros: report
MUNICH (Reuters) - European regulators have imposed 114 million euros ($126 million) in fines for data breaches since tougher privacy rules came into force in mid-2018, with approaches varying widely from country to country. A report by law firm DLA ...
Britain to set out goals for trade talks with EU: PM Johnson's spokesman
LONDON (Reuters) - Britain will publicly set out its goals for its future partnership with the European Union, a spokesman for Prime Minister Boris Johnson said on Monday. "We will set out in public what we want to achieve," the spokesman said in ...
IEA warns oil companies doing nothing on emissions is not an option
PARIS (Reuters) - Oil and gas companies must boost investment in low carbon energies or face an increasing backlash that could threaten their long-term profits and social acceptance, the International Energy Agency (IEA) said on Monday. In a report ...
ECB lending rules must cover climate risk, Villeroy says
FRANKFURT (Reuters) - The European Central Bank should build climate risk into its lending rules and economic models rather than just gobble up green bonds in its multi-trillion-euro purchase scheme, French central bank Governor Francois Villeroy de ...
Britons' trust in institutions falls to record low: Edelman
LONDON (Reuters) - Britons' mistrust of government, business, the media and charities rose to the highest in at least 20 years last year, with only Russians admitted to less confidence in their country's institutions, according to a long-running ...