Shops reopening: Which shops will reopen on June 1 and June 15?

Shops can begin reopening from next month providing a much-need boost for many retailers hard-hit by the coronavirus pandemic. Boris Johnson announced the next step in the easing of lockdown restrictions amid a massive public row over his top adviser. But which shops exactly can open when? Prime Minister Boris revealed plans to enable all retailers to open in England […]

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Germany issues ‘declaration of war’ against European Central Bank’s £1.9trillion bailout

The Karlsruhe-based court ruled the ECB’s bond-buying efforts to stabilise the Eurozone legal, however expressed concerns that plans partly violate the German constitution. The court argued there is not enough political oversight in the purchases being made by the Frankfurt-based central bank. The German government and parliament have now been ordered to carry out assessments to ensure the asset purchases’ […]

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Unexpected ‘essential businesses’ identified amid coronavirus

Kudlow on coronavirus bill: ‘Main Street’ package absolutely essential to reopening of economy National Economic Council Director Larry Kudlow on coronavirus stimulus and when Americans could be going back to work. Get all the latest news on coronavirus and more delivered daily to your inbox.  Sign up here. Continue Reading Below The term “essential business” has been used more frequently […]

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Factbox: Companies feel impact of coronavirus outbreak in China

(Reuters) – Companies around the world have warned that a coronavirus outbreak in China could disrupt supply chains or hurt their profits as factories and shops shut and airlines suspend flights. FINANCIAL IMPACT: – Swiss engineer ABB (ABBN.S), which got 15% of its sales from China last year, said it expected to take a hit but could not quantify the […]

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