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Lawrence Gash

Financial News Writer for Capital.com & Currency.com - Interested in Cryptocurrencies, Fintech & the economic consequences of geopolitics

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Bolivian president resigns amid claims of coup

Leftist leader blames US as unrest spreads over disputed October election

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British retailers suffer worst September on record

The British Retail Consortium (BRC) has found that UK retailers experienced their worst September since their records began twenty five years ago.

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Japan and USA set to sign further trade agreements

American President Donald Trump will sign two trade agreements with Japan later on Monday

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Samsung heir will not seek extension to board term

The heir to the Samsung Group, Jay Y. Lee will not seek an extension to his term as director of the board of Samsung Electronics

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Recovery from earlier losses as rate-cut expectations increase

Stocks fell this morning following a negative report from the Institute for Supply Management on the state of the American service sector

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Uber takes flight for all in NYC

Ride-hailing firm Uber Technologies (UBER) is expanding its services to helicopter flights from JFK International airport

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Oil drops following President of Iran’s claim

Oil prices have dropped in reaction to Iranian President Hassan Rouhani’s claim that the White House offered to remove all sanctions on Iran in order to begin negotiation talks

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Japan signs deal with EU to link Eurasia

Japan and the European Union has signed an infrastructure deal hoping to increase coordination of energy, transport and digital projects. Seen as an alternative from China’s Belt-and-Road initiative

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Anti-corruption protests wipe out Egyptian gains

The chairman of Egypt’s stock exchange has claimed that the recent losses are unjustified

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Yields slide following Trump-Ukraine scandal and poor consumer confidence data

The U.S. Conference Board’s index slipped from 133.3 to 125.1 on Wednesday September 25th, indicating that a American economic growth might be cracking under the weight of the ongoing trade war and subsequent poor consumer confidence

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Germany’s ECB board member quits as a result loose monetary policy

Germany’s representative on the European Central Bank’s executive board has left in light of the decision to reintroduce quantitative easing (QE)

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Peloton seeks $8.2bn valuation

Peloton, the fast-growing fitness equipment start-up, is seeking an $8.2bn valuation when its shares start trading on the stock market today

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Dutch bank faces money laundering and terrorism financing investigation

Dutch bank ABN has announced that it is under investigation by Dutch prosecuters for its potential involvement in money laundering and the financing of terrorism

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Reserve Bank of New Zealand keeps overnight loan rate at record-lows

New Zealand’s central bank has kept its official cash rate (OCR) at 1.0%

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ThyssenKrupp moves to sack CEO

The board of the major German conglomerate ThyssenKrupp (TKA) has moved to dismiss its CEO, Guido Kerkhoff

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