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A 90-minute cut - shorter trading day comes with costs

08 Nov 2019

LONDON A proposal to shorten trading hours on Europe's stock exchanges could help to boost liquidity and would have far-reaching benefits for the industry's hard-working traders.

RPT-ANALYSIS-A 90-minute cut: shorter trading day comes with costs

08 Nov 2019

LONDON, Nov 7 A proposal to shorten trading hours on Europe's stock exchanges could help to boost liquidity and would have far-reaching benefits for the industry's hard-working traders.

Equity trading to only get bloodier in Europe after Macquarie exit

04 Nov 2019

LONDON Macquarie Group's sudden exit from European and U.S. equity trading may just be the start of a large-scale retreat from the once-thriving business, as all but the biggest global banks struggle to make it pay.

Australia's Macquarie to scale back U.S., European equities businesses

29 Oct 2019

LONDON Australian investment bank Macquarie Group said on Tuesday that it will scale back its cash equities businesses in most areas outside the Asia Pacific region as tougher regulations bite.

Sterling steadies as Brexit rally fizzles in face of weekend's parliamentary hurdle

17 Oct 2019

LONDON A surge in sterling and the rally in Britain's domestically exposed stocks fizzled on Thursday as investors braced for a showdown in the UK parliament over the new Brexit deal agreed between Brussels and London. | Video

RPT-ANALYSIS-More pain for Europe Inc as earnings drought seen spilling over into 2020

07 Oct 2019

LONDON, Oct 4 With markets taking fright again this week over trade tariffs and a faltering global economy, investors are braced for weak third quarter results in Europe and high expectations going forward could come crashing down to earth.

More pain for Europe Inc as earnings drought seen spilling over into 2020

04 Oct 2019

LONDON With markets taking fright again this week over trade tariffs and a faltering global economy, investors are braced for weak third quarter results in Europe and high expectations going forward could come crashing down to earth.

UPDATE 1-Brexit: Credit Suisse bullish on UK equities as no-deal chances fade

13 Sep 2019

LONDON, Sept 13 Credit Suisse has turned bullish on UK stocks, especially those with international exposure, as the chances of the country crashing out of the European Union fall and some equities look cheap compared with foreign counterparts, it said on Friday.

Foreign trophy hunters scent bargains in Britain as pound weakens

13 Sep 2019

LONDON From pubs to theme parks, sterling's near record lows against other major currencies has encouraged overseas buyers to snap up "UK Plc", with more bargain hunters expected.

Post-ECB market rally fades as doubts emerge over stimulus impact

12 Sep 2019

LONDON German bond yields and the euro rebounded on Thursday and European banking shares were whipsawed as doubts crept in about the effectiveness of the ECB's decision to cut interest rates and pledge an indefinite supply of asset purchases.

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