Posted at 11:42h
FT's David Bond compares policies in the Tory, Labour and Lib Dem manifestos
Posted at 11:36h
Ireland plans to borrow between 10
billion euros and 14 billion euros in 2020, the country's debt
agency said on Monday, down from the 15 billion euros raised
this year that will cover some of its future requirements.
Posted at 11:24h
* Search for new chief risk officer and Baltic banking head
(Adds CEO comments, background)
Posted at 11:17h
* President says strategic entities will not be allowed to
(Recasts with focus on state companies, adds likelihood of
Posted at 11:15h
EU regulators will review
two-decade old rules that determine if companies have the market
power to throttle rivals or control prices to take into account
globalisation and digitalisation, Europe's antitrust chief
Margrethe Vestager said on Monday.
Posted at 11:00h
contender Elizabeth Warren will likely have to defend her
Medicare for All healthcare proposal on Monday, when she faces
members of an influential union at a labor-sponsored town hall
in Las Vegas.
Posted at 10:35h
Posted at 10:31h
Finland's new prime minister -
the world's youngest premier - will have a finance minister two
years her junior in a new women-led coalition cabinet after a
political shake-up, party officials said on Monday.
Posted at 10:22h
Britain's peer-to-peer lenders
faced tough new rules on Monday, which industry executives and
analysts expect to prompt a clearout after the failure of two
firms in the last six months.
Posted at 10:13h
The Hungarian forint fell 0.3% versus
the euro on Monday, giving back some of its early-December gains, as central
Europe's worst-performing currency continued to seesaw between record lows and
slightly stronger levels.
At 0952 GMT, the forint traded at 331.72 versus the euro, underperforming