Ukraine’s embassy and a Spanish arms company receive booby-trapped letters – police

MADRID/Kyiv (Reuters) – Spanish police confirmed in a statement on Wednesday that they are examining a possible link between two letter bombs sent to the Ukrainian ambassador in Madrid and a weapons company that makes missile launchers donated to Kyiv. In the first incident, an officer at Ukraine’s embassy in Madrid was injured when he … Read more

Inventories and oil boosted hopes of an easing of Chinese restrictions on the spread of the coronavirus

The Euro Stoxx 600 rose around 0.5% before giving up the floor Wall Street futures are rising Oil prices rebounded on China’s hopes, and talk of production cuts The dollar falls as investors seek riskier assets http://tmsnrt.rs/2yaDPgn LONDON (Reuters) – Stocks and oil rose on Tuesday, supported by hopes that public unrest in China would … Read more

G20 split over attempt to condemn Russia’s invasion of Ukraine

Most G20 members can strongly condemn the Ukraine war Zelensky urges G20 to help end war under his plan Indonesia urges action on global economic problems Xi will hold meetings with many other leaders NUSA DUA, Indonesia (Reuters) – Discord surfaced at the G20 summit on Tuesday, where the United States and its allies backed … Read more

After the Fed’s stock warning, China is working on real estate

Federal Reserve Chairman Waller underestimates the CPI as just a single number Beijing offers property support, COVID steps Biden will meet with Xi at the G20 meeting SYDNEY/LONDON (Reuters) – Stock markets extended their rally last week in a more modest fashion on Monday after a top US central banker warned investors not to drift … Read more

Stocks fall, dollar stabilizes ahead of US inflation data

SYDNEY/LONDON (Reuters) – Stock markets fell on Thursday and the dollar held overnight gains ahead of US inflation data that will weigh on the Federal Reserve’s rate plans, while the potential collapse of a major cryptocurrency exchange worried investors. European STOXX 600 Index (.stoxx) The broadest index in Asia fell 0.4% outside Japan (MIAPJ0000PUS.) It … Read more

Booming Wall Street boosts global and European stocks; oil drops

WASHINGTON/LONDON (Reuters) – Global and European stocks rose on Friday as Wall Street extended gains amid hopes of a slowdown in some central banks to raise interest rates. Commodity prices took a hit from the strength of the US dollar. Oil prices fell after China, the largest importer of crude, expanded its restrictions on the … Read more

Boris Johnson returns to the UK in a bid for a quick political comeback

Johnson was forced out of office this year Candidates for prime minister need 100 nominations for MPs Sunak is a bookmaker’s favorite, then Johnson Truss resigned after policies sparked market turmoil LONDON (Reuters) – Boris Johnson returned to Britain after a holiday on Saturday to consider a bold bid for a second term as prime … Read more

Analysis: US Republicans aim to help Ukraine but are unlikely to obstruct it

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – US Republicans have the power to block aid to Ukraine if they regain control of Congress, but they are likely to slow or limit the flow of defense and economic aid rather than halt it, analysts said. . They may also use support for the Ukrainian war effort as leverage to force … Read more

Boris Johnson and Rishi Sunak lead the race to become Britain’s next Prime Minister

No candidate has yet announced their intention to run Johnson’s doubts reach the goal of 100 MP nominations Sunak is a bookmaker’s favourite The winner will be the fifth British Prime Minister in six years LONDON (Reuters) – Boris Johnson and former finance minister Rishi Sunak led potential contenders to replace British Prime Minister Liz … Read more

Brawls erupt as French strike demands higher wages

PARIS (Reuters) – Dozens of black-clad protesters clashed with police and smashed shop windows on Tuesday on the sidelines of a demonstration as several thousand people took to the streets of Paris to demand higher wages as inflation wiped out their homes. purchasing power. Early in the evening, the Interior Ministry said 11 people were … Read more