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*Pound wobbly after weak U.K. business activity readings. TOKYO, July 25- The dollar was buoyant against the euro and yen early on Monday as a prevailing risk-on mood continued to support the U.S. currency and assets. The euro was down 0.1 percent at $1.0969 after slipping to a one-month low of $1.0955 on Friday in the wake of shootings that took place on Friday in...
The 18-year-old German-Iranian gunman, who used the gaming handle "Hate," had previously been in psychiatric care.
WASHINGTON, July 23- Recent attacks on civilians in the U.S. and Europe have exposed a gap in the intelligence community's efforts to track suspected extremists and prevent mass killings, a half dozen American, British and French counterterrorism officials told Reuters. They included the mass shooting at a gay nightclub in Orlando, Florida; the murder of a...
There are absolutely no indications that the German-Iranian gunman who opened fire on shoppers had links to Islamic State, Munich police said.
PARIS— French President Francois Hollande will reassess security measures once a week all summer amid fears of new violence after a deadly Bastille Day attack in Nice, and heightened French security checks were causing severe delays Saturday for those trying to cross the English Channel. French investigators are still trying to determine whether the...
PARIS, July 23- A deadly shooting in Munich was a "disgusting terrorist attack" aimed at stirring up fear in Germany after France was targeted last week, French President Francois Hollande said on Saturday. "The terrorist attack that struck Munich killing many people is a disgusting act that aims to foment fear in Germany after other European countries," Hollande...
FRIDAY, JULY 29 CAMBRIDGE- Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco President John Williams participates in a policy dialogue on "What's Left in the Fed's Tool Kit?" before the 2016 Pacific Pension and Investment Institute Summer Roundtable- 1330 GMT. FRANKFURT- European Central Bank to announce results of the 2016 bank stress tests.
NEW YORK— Attacks such as the one in a Munich shopping mall and at a nearby McDonald's Friday may lead mall owners to increase their security or even persuade global brands to focus expansion plans on the U.S. rather than Europe. "There are lots of Starbucks and McDonald's, and they are in public places," said Trevor Wade, global marketing director at Landor, a...
CNBC's Sue Herera reports the latest details of the deadly mall shooting in Munich, Germany.
LONDON, July 22- Britain stands ready to assist Germany after gunmen attacked a busy shopping mall in Munich, foreign minister Boris Johnson said on Friday. "I am shocked and appalled by the terrible attack unfolding this evening in Munich, and the loss of life. "We stand ready to assist our friends in Germany.
UK FOREIGN MINISTER BORIS JOHNSON SAYS STANDS READY TO ASSIST GERMANY, ADVISES UK NATIONALS IN MUNICH AREA TO STAY INDOORS.
Ian Bremmer, Eurasia Group president, comments on the deadly mall shooting in Munich, Germany.
*Fed funds futures suggest 48 percent chance of Dec tightening. NEW YORK, July 22- Yields on long-dated U.S. "Some of the downside expectations on the U.S. economy have been removed due to firmer U.S. data," said Gennadiy Goldberg, interest rates strategist at TD Securities in New York.
*Sterling tumbles as poor U.K. data stoke recession worries. NEW YORK, July 22- U.S. stock prices rose on Friday, marking four straight weeks of gains, while sterling dropped on bleak data that raised fears about a possible British recession following the country's June 23 vote to leave the European Union. You have a strong package of data that have been constructive...
Col. Jack Jacobs, U.S. Army (ret.), comments on the situation in Munich, Germany, after a deadly mall shooting.
CNBC's Sue Herera shows cell phone video of the Munich mall shooting.
President Obama addressed the deadly shooting in Munich on Friday, reports CNBC's Sue Herera.
CNBC's Sue Herera has details of the situation in Munich, Germany, after a deadly mall shooting.
Former FBI agent Clint Van Zandt, reacts to the shooting in Munich.
NBC producer Andy Ekerd reports on the threat in ISIS propaganda.