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Eurozone Industry Outlook 'Worse and Worse'

European Central Bank chief Mario Draghi on Thursday gave a gloomy outlook for the single currency area, underlining factors such as a hard Brexit and trade conflict as risks for growth.

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How the ECB Could Boost the Eurozone Economy in 2019

The European Central Bank is widely expected to hint at, or even announce, a dive further into negative interest rates at its gathering Thursday.

Here are the monetary policy tools the Frankfurt institution could use in the coming months to battle the uncertainty -- over trade tensions, Brexit, geopolitical clashes and emerging market woes -- weighing on progress towards its price stability goal.

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Facebook Firm in Its Quest to Launch Libra Cryptocurrency

Facebook chief executive Mark Zuckerberg on Wednesday reaffirmed his commitment to the social network's quest to launch Libra cryptocurrency despite pushback from governments and critics.

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U.S., China to Resume Trade Talks Next Week

U.S. and Chinese officials will resume negotiations next week in an effort to resolve the year-long trade dispute between the world's top two economies, US Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said Wednesday.

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British PM Johnson Names Sajid Javid as Finance Minister

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson named former interior minister Sajid Javid to take over from Philip Hammond as finance minister in his first cabinet appointment, the government said in a statement on Wednesday.

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Boeing Could 'Temporarily' Halt MAX Production if Grounding Extended

Boeing could further scale back output on the 737 MAX or even "temporarily" halt production if the grounding is extended much beyond current expectations, the company's chief executive said Wednesday.

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Sterling Rises before Johnson Takes Office; European Markets Sag

The British pound rose Wednesday before arch-Brexiteer Boris Johnson's took over as prime minister, while European stocks mostly fell on the weak mining sector.

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British Pound Recovers on Boris Johnson Victory

The pound erased its morning losses Tuesday after arch-Brexiteer Boris Johnson won the race to become Britain's next prime minister.

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Madrid Court Rules Deliveroo Riders are Employees

A court has ruled food delivery group Deliveroo wrongly hired over 500 riders in Madrid as self-employed contractors, avoiding paying 1.2 million euros to Spain's social security system, it said Tuesday.

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Eurozone Banks Tightening Credit Taps, Says ECB

Eurozone banks are tightening the criteria firms and households must meet to be granted loans, the European Central Bank said Tuesday, as policymakers weigh their response to stuttering growth.

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