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Lundin Mining forecasts 2021 copper production to jump 25%
Japan corporate capex, profits sag as COVID impact bites
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Time for final preparations for life outside EU, UK tells firms
Malaysia to charge Top Glove over poor worker accommodation, government says
Bank of Montreal quarterly profit jumps 33%
UK consumer confidence edges up on vaccine news: YouGov
LONDON (Reuters) - British consumer confidence has improved slightly as the prospect of vaccines for COVID-19 grows, polling firm YouGov said on Tuesday. YouGov said its index for consumer confidence increased to 102.3, up from 101.4 a month ago. ...
Exclusive: Japan to keep funding tourism campaign under new stimulus package - draft
By Takaya Yamaguchi TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan plans to keep setting aside money to promote domestic tourism and dining out in its next stimulus package, according to a draft of the government's upcoming package seen by Reuters, even as rising ...
French car market set to fall to lowest level since 1975: federation
PARIS (Reuters) - France's car market, which has been hit hard by the coronavirus pandemic, is set to fall to its lowest level since 1975 this year, the CCFA French automobile federation said on Tuesday. The CCFA maintained its forecast for a 25% ...
Daimler awards 1,000 euro 'corona bonus' to German employees
FRANKFURT (Reuters) - German carmaker Daimler on Tuesday said it will pay German employees a 1,000 euros "corona bonus" to help compensate for personal and economic burdens such as having to wear a mask and working from home. "Due to Corona, ...
OECD sees global economy turning the corner on coronavirus crisis
By Leigh Thomas PARIS (Reuters) - The outlook for the global economy is improving despite a second wave of coronavirus outbreaks in many countries as vaccines emerge and a Chinese-led recovery takes hold, the OECD said on Tuesday. The global ...
Euro zone prices fall again in November, more than expected
BRUSSELS/FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Euro zone inflation remained in negative territory for the fourth straight month in November, reinforcing European Central Bank concerns that the dip in prices may be more persistent than feared as deflationary ...
UK government backs London Crossrail project with extra £825 million
LONDON (Reuters) - The British government said on Tuesday it would provide Transport for London, the capital's public transport operator, with a grant worth 825 million pounds ($1.10 billion) to help it pay for the completion of the city's ...
UK retailer Debenhams to be liquidated
By James Davey LONDON (Reuters) - British department store group Debenhams is to be liquidated with the potential loss of 12,000 jobs, the country's second major corporate failure in as many days, as the COVID-19 pandemic pushes struggling ...
UK factory PMI shows fastest growth since 2017 on no-deal stockpiling
By David Milliken LONDON (Reuters) - British factories recorded their fastest growth in almost three years last month as they stockpiled raw materials and rushed to complete work before new post-Brexit customs rules come into force on Jan. 1, a ...
Exclusive: Japan to keep funding domestic tourism campaign under new stimulus package - draft
TOKYO (Reuters) - The Japanese government plans to keep setting aside money to promote domestic tourism and dining out in its next stimulus package, according to a draft of the upcoming package seen by Reuters, even as rising COVID-19 infections ...