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The Latest: Poland hits back at Macron over interview

the latest: poland hits back at macron over interview
BRUSSELS The Latest on the European Union summit (all times local): 1:10 p.m. The spokesman for Poland's president has reacted to criticism by French President Emmanuel Macron, saying the funding that..
WorldNews

EU offers 85 million euros to help fund Uganda's refugee response

KAMPALA (Reuters) - The European Union has offered 85 million euros ($94.89 million) to help fund relief operations for hundreds of thousands of refugees flowing into Uganda from neighboring South..
Reuters Also reported by •DNA

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News video: US allegations of Russian ‘spy nest’ in Serbia ‘absurd’ – Zakharova

US allegations of Russian ‘spy nest’ in Serbia ‘absurd’ – Zakharova 01:27

Russian Foreign Ministry Spokeswoman Maria Zakharova has lashed out at attempts by the United States to accuse the Russian-Serbian Humanitarian Center in the Serbian city of Nis of spying, branding..
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News video: Pimco's Sundstrom Sees Duration Attractive at This Level

Pimco's Sundstrom Sees Duration Attractive at This Level 01:24

Jun.22 -- Geraldine Sundstrom, portfolio manager at Pimco, discusses what the performance of bonds and equities says about investors' mindset. She speaks with Bloomberg's Francine Lacqua on "Bloomberg..
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News video: Cato's Cannon Sees Phony Cuts in Senate Health Bill

Cato's Cannon Sees Phony Cuts in Senate Health Bill 01:46

Jun.22 -- In today's "Morning Must Read," Bloomberg’s Tom Keene highlights comments from Cato Institute Director Michael Cannon and speaks with him about his concerns over the U.S. Senate's health..
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News video: Citigroup's Fordham Sees Political Disarray in Brexit

Citigroup's Fordham Sees Political Disarray in Brexit 01:20

Jun.22 -- Tina Fordham, chief global political analyst at Citigroup, talks about the potential permutations of Brexit as she expects confusion to result from negotiations between the U.K. and European..
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News video: JPM's Michele Says Soft Brexit Feels Too Optimistic

JPM's Michele Says Soft Brexit Feels Too Optimistic 02:22

Jun.22 -- Bob Michele, chief investment officer and head of global FICC at JPMorgan Asset Management, discusses market hopes for a soft Brexit and looks at how negotiations can impact the pound. He..
Source: Bloomberg Global Business -

 

pSivida files for European approval of blindness treatment

After unveiling positive data last week from a late-stage trial of its experimental, long-acting treatment for a leading cause of blindness, pSivida has filed for approval in Europe. The 21-employee..
bizjournals

Shhh...EU leaders try to take migration feud off table, for now

BRUSSELS (Reuters) - European Union leaders meeting in Brussels will try to gloss over their feud about who takes in refugees, a change of tactic that some diplomats have linked to Germany's election..
Reuters Also reported by •DNA

UK government expects Scotland to support EU repeal bill

The British government expects Scotland to support a repeal bill which will shift European Union legislation into British law as part of the Brexit process, Prime Minister Theresa May's spokeswoman..
DNA

Hard Brexit to cost German car industry jobs: study

A "hard Brexit," meaning the UK's departure from the European Union's single market as well as customs union, would result in thousands of job losses in the German automotive industry, says a new..
Deutsche Welle

AP Newsbreak: US, EU urge China to limit food import control

*By The Canadian Press* BEIJING — Food exporters including the United States and European Union are stepping up pressure on China to scale back plans for intensive inspections of imports that they..
CJME

London mayor calls on UK to retain single market membership after Brexit

London mayor Sadiq Khan called on Prime Minister Theresa May to seek continued access to the European Union's single market as part of any Brexit deal.
DNA

&#039;Dreamer&#039; Tusk says Brexit could be reversed

European Union President Donald Tusk echoed rocker John Lennon`s "Imagine" Thursday as he said he hoped Britain might still stay in the bloc.
Zee News

Watertown’s pSivida files for European approval of treatment to prevent blindness

After unveiling positive data last week from a late-stage trial of its experimental, long-acting treatment for a leading cause of blindness, Watertown-based pSivida said Thursday that it has filed for..
bizjournals

One year on, we asked people in the Valleys how they feel about leaving the European Union

one year on, we asked people in the valleys how they feel about leaving the european union
'Nobody really knows at the moment. It's all up in the air - even for the government.'
Wales Online

France's Emmanuel Macron gears up for first EU summit

Emmanuel Marcon heads to his first European Union summit amid anxiety from world leaders about Britatin's looming exit from the bloc and concerns about defence.
SBS

The EU and blockchain: taking the lead?

Introduction Long time the European Union has taken a positive, but wait-and-see attitude towards bl...
Finextra

Data is More Secure Than Ever with Lead Liaison’s Participation in the Privacy Shield

Lead Liaison takes privacy and security very seriously, which is why they made an investment in the Privacy Shield. They also understand the importance of data security to their European..
PRWeb

German Finance Ministry Says Brexit Opens Up Opportunities For Frankfurt

BRUSSELS (dpa-AFX) - While the United Kingdom's exit from the European Union is an 'unfortunate' event, it presents several opportunities to strengthen the latter and also location benefits to Fra...
FinanzNachrichten.de Also reported by •RTTNews

EU leaders to weigh terrorism, defence ties, migration

*By The Canadian Press* BRUSSELS — European Union leaders are gathering to weigh measures to tackle terrorism, closer defence ties and migration, convinced that anti-EU sentiment and support for..
CJME Also reported by •Seattle Times

McKinsey: Banks Will Have To Slash 30% Of Analyst Jobs To Comply With New Research Rules

mckinsey: banks will have to slash 30% of analyst jobs to comply with new research rules
As the global equity research market continues to wrestle with how they will comply with the European Union's MiFID II regulations, McKinsey & Co. has just penned a new study effectively saying they'll..
Zero Hedge


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