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Asianmarkets-011415_09Feb16.jpg European shares fell in choppy trade on Tuesday as concerns about global growth prospects and banks' profitability persisted. Earlier in the day, Japan's Nikkei index plunged 5.4 percent after the U.S. and European markets fell sharply on Monday on fears of a global economic slowdown and concerns...

TUI-020916.jpg Tour operator TUI Group reported narrower EBITA loss in its first quarter with increased turnover, driven by strong performances in Northern Region and Cruises. Further, the company said its current trading for Winter 2015/2016 and Summer 2016 remains in line with its expectations. Looking ahead, TUI reiterated its outlook to deliver underlying EBITA growth of at least 10 percent in fiscal 2016.

AsianMarkets-011615_09Feb16.jpg Stock futures point to a lower open on Tuesday as investors turn risk averse on persistent concerns over the pace of global growth. The German DAX plunged 3.3 percent on Monday, France's CAC 40 index tumbled 3.2 percent and the U.K.'s FTSE 100 fell 2.7 percent as disappointing earnings and concerns...

British-Airways-020816.jpg After several years of discussions and disputes, British Airways has at last agreed to change its dress code for its women employees on board.

stock-market-down_08Feb16.jpg European shares extended last week's losses on Monday as investors fretted over oil price volatility, slowing global growth and uncertainty over the Federal Reserve's monetary policy. Stocks were falling across the board after results of a survey by Sentix revealed that Eurozone investor sentiment...

Asian-Markets2_08Feb16.jpg European shares are seen opening a tad higher on Monday despite steep losses on Wall Street Friday and a lack of directional cues from Asian markets. U.S. shares fell broadly on Friday as the latest jobs report painted a murky picture of the U.S. economy, with a slowdown in the pace of hiring but...

StockMarket-112814_05Feb16.jpg European shares traded mostly higher on Friday as investors digest a slew of earnings reports, weak German factory orders data and await U.S. payrolls data due out later in the day. German factory orders fell 0.7 percent in December from November, when it advanced 1.5 percent, provisional data showed....

BenBroadbent-BoE-020516.jpg There is no urgency to raise U.K. interest rates at present and the falling oil prices have benefited the economy, which is enjoying a robust recovery, Bank of England Deputy Governor Ben Broadbent said Friday. There was "certainly no great urgency to raise rates at the moment", Broadbent said in an interview on the BBC Radio 5.

Asian-Markets2_05Feb16.jpg European shares are seen opening lower on Friday, with banks likely to remain in focus after two client advisers from Swiss private bank Julius Baer Group pleaded guilty to helping American clients cheat on their taxes and French lender BNP Paribas reported sharply lower net profit for the fourth quarter. That...

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