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  • An aerial photo of the famous Nyhavn tourist area with empty streets during the coronavirus precautions in Copenhagen, Denmark on April 1, 2020.

    Austria, the Czech Republic, Denmark and Norway have now all announced plans to slowly relax national lockdowns later this month.

  • Norwegian flag in front of the city hall building in Oslo.

    The world's happiest countries might be better able to deal with crises, like the coronavirus, due to higher levels of trust their citizens have in others, a report has suggested.

  • LONDON, March 9- Copper prices tumbled to their lowest level in more than three years on Monday following a plunge in oil prices, but they came off their lows as investors counted on major stimulus from China. Oil prices dropped by as much as a third and global stock markets were also battered after Saudi Arabia launched a price war with Russia, jolting investors...

  • LONDON, March 9- Copper prices tumbled to their lowest level in more than three years on Monday following a plunge in oil prices, but they came off their lows as investors counted on major stimulus from China. Oil prices dropped by as much as a third and global stock markets were also battered after Saudi Arabia launched a price war with Russia, jolting investors...

  • COPENHAGEN, March 6- Chinese telecom equipment maker Huawei is confident some European telecoms firms will choose it to provide 5 G technology for their core networks, the firm's chief representative to the EU, Abraham Liu, told Reuters on Friday. Shenzhen- based Huawei is at the centre of a spat between China and the U.S. with the latter saying the company's 5 G...

  • A boy selects a boxed Lego A/S toy at an E-Mart Co. store, a subsidiary of Shinsegae Co., in Incheon, South Korea, on Saturday, Dec. 21, 2013.

    Lego defied a shrinking toy market with a rise in sales last year, as the plastic brick maker outpaced rivals with the latest versions of its classic kits.

  • *China factory activity registers sharpest fall on record. *Nearly 300 mln people in China have gone back to work. The extent of the impact on top metals consumer China emerged when data showed factory activity suffered the sharpest contraction on record in February while other Asian manufacturing sectors also took a beating.

  • *China factory activity sees sharpest fall on record. *Nearly 300 mln people in China have gone back to work. The extent of the impact on top metals consumer China emerged when data showed factory activity suffered the sharpest contraction on record in February while other Asian manufacturing sectors also took a beating.

  • A man sets up a Malaysian flag outside his shop in Kuala Lumpur.

    Malaysia's regional neighbors have announced stimulus worth billions of dollars to support their economies through the coronavirus outbreak.

  • European Union flags flutter in the breeze during the second day of a special European Council summit in Brussels on February 21, 2020, held to discuss the next long-term budget of the European Union (EU).

    The trans-Atlantic order needs an updated and better integrated system of trade and finance, writes Dr. Michael Ivanovitch.

  • LONDON, Feb 20- China is struggling to resume normal trade operations as fallout from the coronavirus outbreak hits container shipping lines and logistics chains, with goods stuck and costs mounting, industry officials say. The epidemic has upended global supply chains and caused widespread disruption to businesses and factory activity in China, prompting...

  • LONDON, Feb 20- Copper prices slipped on Thursday, weakened by fears that the coronavirus outbreak in China could spread globally and further dampen economic growth and metals demand. Copper was given an early fillip from an interest rate cut in top metals consumer China but later fell back into negative territory for a third session running, also weighed down...

  • HAVANA, Feb 10- Cuba failed to meet payments last year on its restructured debt to wealthy nations, putting a deal with the Paris Club of creditors in jeopardy, according to diplomats with direct knowledge of the issue. The agreement is extremely beneficial for Cuba and that they could not pay speaks volumes about how broke they are, said one diplomat with...

  • BRUSSELS, Feb 7- European Union leaders and institutions went into a frenzy of meetings this week to start the toughest job the bloc faces this year: agreeing on a seven-year budget that for many is the most tangible sign of what a united Europe will look like after Brexit. In a marathon of preparations for a special summit on the budget on Feb 20, the chairman of EU...

  • BRUSSELS, Feb 7- European Union leaders and institutions went into a frenzy of meetings this week to start the toughest job the bloc faces this year: agreeing on a seven-year budget that for many is the most tangible sign of what a united Europe will look like after Brexit. In a marathon of preparations for a special summit on the budget on Feb 20, the chairman of EU...

  • The company also beat estimates for average revenue per user and provided a bullish 2020 sales forecast as measures like adding augmented reality features to its platform and expanding into markets like Denmark, Norway and Switzerland attracted more users. "We've seen great success in monetizing in English-speaking countries outside of the U.S. and the...

  • The company has added augmented reality features to enhance visual search in its platform and entered markets such as Denmark, Norway and Switzerland in its attempt to drive user growth. Pinterest posted on average revenue of $1.22 per user globally in the fourth quarter, beating analysts' expectation of $1.14, according to research firm FactSet.

  • The company has added augmented reality features to enhance visual search in its platform and entered markets such as Denmark, Norway, Switzerland in its attempt to drive user growth. Total revenue surged 46% to $400 million, topping estimate of $371.2 million, according to IBES data from Refinitiv. The company forecast 2020 revenue of up to $1.52 billion, while...

  • LONDON, Feb 6- Copper prices retreated from highs on Thursday as cases of the coronavirus in top metals consumer China continued to climb and health officials dashed hopes of a breakthrough treatment. The markets are probably starting to ask the questions again- basically that this is not going to be over anytime soon, "said Ole Hansen, head of commodity strategy...

  • COPENHAGEN, Feb 6- Danish drugmaker Lundbeck beat fourth-quarter sales expectations on Thursday helped by a stronger performance from key drugs and said it expected to return to full-year growth in 2020.. The Copenhagen- based company posted quarterly sales of 4.42 billion Danish crowns, above an average of 4.26 billion forecast by analysts in a Refinitiv...