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US inflation jumps to 5% – the highest rate since 2008

US inflation jumps to 5% – the highest rate since the 2008 subprime crisis

Jekaterina Drozdovica
ECB keeps rates on hold
ECB keeps interest rates and bond-buying package unchanged

ECB keeps interest rates at historic lows, maintains the bond-buying package at €1.85tn

Jekaterina Drozdovica
Peugeot logo
Peugeot faces fraud allegations

French court charges Peugeot’s owner Stellantis with fraud over fuel emissions

Dan Moore
Used car dealership
French car dealer Aramis prices IPO to raise up to €481m

Aramis to use cash to pursue growth strategy and develop acquisitions in new countries

Neil Dennis
Eurozone map
Eurozone investor sentiment reaches three-year high

Investor morale in eurozone continues to rise

David Burrows
Inflation chart
Eurozone inflation hits ECB’s 2% target rate

Surging energy prices lift euro CPI to 2% but hawkish reaction is not expected from ECB

Neil Dennis


PMI surveys
Eurozone manufacturing surge adds pressure on prices

Purchasing manager survey indicates supply-demand imbalance is adding to inflationary pressures

Neil Dennis
Job interviewees
Economic preview: US payrolls back on track

Monthly employment report is likely to show further growth in the US labour market in May

Neil Dennis
Aeroplane taking off
Hydrogen shares boosted by €8bn German green investment

Germany to invest €8bn in hydrogen projects as it aims to become carbon neutral by 2050

Neil Dennis
Photo of Swiss flag
EU-Swiss showdown sees less market access for Bern

A Brexit-like row between the EU and the Swiss means Bern keeps trade independence

Adrian Holliday
Magners bottle
C&C announces rights issue in year without fizz

C&C reports €85.2m loss due to COVID-19 and looks to raise cash to emerge stronger

David Burrows
Offshore wind turbines
RWE joins consortium to bid for Norway offshore wind

German power utility joins Norwegian groups to bid for Norway's first offshore wind farm project

Neil Dennis
Foreman checking freight containers on a cargo ship
UK imports more goods from China than Germany

The UK imports more goods from China than any other nation, overtaking Germany since Q2 2020

Dan Moore
IFO's Munich headquarters
German business confidence accelerates on recovery expectations

Expectations are high, but situation is marred by supply bottlenecks and rising costs

Neil Dennis
The Brandenburg Gate in Berlin
German economy contracts due to coronavirus

Germany’s economy shrinks under the glare of coronavirus, but green shoots are visible

Dan Moore

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