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Europeans will benefit from independent role from US: Iran's Larijani

Europeans will benefit from independent role from US: Iran's Larijani

Iran’s Parliament Speaker Ali Larijani says playing a more independent role in the face of US adventurism will benefit all European countries as policies adopted by US President Donald Trump have caused problems for the entire world. “The behavior of the US president has caused problems not only for Iran, but also for Europeans, and […]

At WWI centenary, Netanyahu says Israel 'shielding' Europe from terrorism

At WWI centenary, Netanyahu says Israel 'shielding' Europe from terrorism

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Sunday said Israel was “shielding” Europe from the spread of Islamist terrorism and the Continent should therefore be less “hostile” to the Jewish state, as world leaders gathered in France at an event marking 100 years since World War I. “Israel is Europe’s shield in the Middle East [from terrorism], […]

US Confident It Can Compete In Europe's Gas Market

US Confident It Can Compete In Europe's Gas Market

As American LNG costs continue to fall, and as Europe looks to untangle itself from Gazprom, U.S. liquefied natural gas (LNG) exports are quickly becoming a welcome alternative to Russian gas supplies. The United States is all too happy to help Europe increase its energy security by diversifying its natural gas supplies—in which Gazprom holds […]

World War I: Europe and the politics of remembrance

World War I: Europe and the politics of remembrance

On the morning of November 11, 1918, at 10:59, American soldier Henry Nicholas Gunther stormed towards a German machine gun position and was killed — exactly one minute before the armistice that ended World War I came into effect. Gunther was the last soldier to fall in the so-called Great War. He was one of roughly […]

European markets lower after Fed meeting, Italy in focus; UBS down 3%

European markets lower after Fed meeting, Italy in focus; UBS down 3%

The pan-European Stoxx 600 was 0.6 percent lower with almost every sector in the red. Basic resources fell as much as 1.5 percent as global trade concerns are still weighing on sentiment. Banking stocks were also down by more than 1 percent. In particular, UBS shares dropped 2.7 percent after the U.S. Justice Department filed […]

Europe stocks mixed as market waits for Fed

Europe stocks mixed as market waits for Fed

European stocks were mixed session on Thursday, supported by banks such as Commerzbank AG and Société Générale SA after well-received earnings reports. Investors were awaiting the outcome a Federal Reserve meeting as well. What are markets doing? The Stoxx Europe 600 […]

Europe stocks end the day higher, helped by relief rally over US midterms

Europe stocks end the day higher, helped by relief rally over US midterms

Europe stocks closed higher on Wednesday, picking up the rally mode in global stocks as investors turned to equities to express their relief over the U.S. midterm election results. What are markets doing? The Stoxx Europe 600 SXXP, +1.06% […]

In Photos: Europe's MetOp-C Weather Satellite Launches on Soyuz Rocket

In Photos: Europe's MetOp-C Weather Satellite Launches on Soyuz Rocket

MetOp-C Soyuz Rocket Booster An Arianespace Soyuz rocket sits atop its launch awaiting the installation of the European MetOp-C weather satellite ahead of a planned launch from the Guiana Space Center in Kourou, French Guiana on Nov. 6, 2018. Ignition! An Arianespace Soyuz rocket carrying the MetOp-C weather satellite launches into space from the Guiana […]

France's Europe minister aims to take election fight to populists

France's Europe minister aims to take election fight to populists

Nathalie Loiseau has stepped into a fight she admits her side might not win. France’s Europe minister is taking on the continent’s populists in the run-up to European parliamentary elections in May that are shaping up as a battle between nationalists, personified by Italy’s far-right deputy prime minister Matteo Salvini, and pro-Europeans led by Ms […]

DCD>London: Supersized colos are struggling for space in Europe

DCD>London: Supersized colos are struggling for space in Europe

Dominated by hyperscale “We’re okay at the moment,” said Andrew Jay, executive director of CBRE, in the opening panel session. “We’re at equilibrium.” But he described a situation where that demand is getting bigger, when data center builders are already making new space as fast as they can, which echoes similar stories from other markets […]

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