The ECB should look to secure a sustained economic recovery before exiting crisis-fighting measures, Finland's central bank chief told CNBC on Thursday.
Company claims plans would result in "one of the world's largest renewable hydrogen plants to be linked to industrial demand."
British economist and author of "Doughnut Economics" Kate Raworth believes it is simply a matter of time before the concept is adopted at a national level.
The WHO has sought to downplay safety concerns, saying last week that there is no link between the shot and an increased risk of developing blood clots.
Canada is now seen as the most desirable destination for overseas workers when it comes to choosing a country to relocate to, a global survey has found.
Dutch Finance Minister Wopke Hoekstra told CNBC that it is "too early to tell" whether fiscal targets will be brought back to the euro zone as countries deal with the severe economic shock from Covid-19.
Dutch Finance Minister Wopke Hoekstra is confident the euro zone will start to return to "normal" in the summer.
Dutch police detained more than 150 people in a third night of unrest in cities across the Netherlands, where roaming groups of rioters set fires, threw rocks and looted stores in violence triggered by a night curfew aimed at curbing the coronavirus. The nation's first curfew since World War II followed a warning by the National Institute for Health (RIVM) over a new wave of infections due to the "British variant" of the virus, and was imposed despite weeks of declines in new infections.
Jobs in e-commerce, health care and digital content freelancing are seeing the fastest growth in the U.K., according to LinkedIn.
The demonstrators refused to leave when police told them to do so, and some threw fireworks.
The whole Dutch government collectively resigned on Friday after a scandal involving the mismanagement of childcare funds, which drove thousands of families into financial ruin.
Equinor is set to partner with another energy major, BP, on the projects.
Moderna's vaccine is the second to be greenlit by European regulators.
The facility is located in waters off the coast of Zeeland, in the Netherlands.
Airbnb could be among the targeted platforms when the European Union presents its digital services act.
A new variant of the coronavirus, identified as 20A.EU1 by researchers from Switzerland and Spain, was first observed in Spain in June.
Europe is seeing a second wave of coronavirus infections. The U.K., France and Spain have seen a sharp rise in cases since late August and early September. Italy and Germany are now seeing numbers starting to pick up dramatically, and have around 449,000 and 398,000 confirmed infections, respectively.
"Forget about the U.S. elections or fiscal stimulus — restrictions creeping higher is the single biggest near term risk to the outlook," Arend Kapteyn of UBS wrote in a note.
It is the first confirmed case of a U.S. patient becoming re-infected with Covid-19, and the fifth known case reported worldwide.
There can be no doubt now that Europe is facing the much-feared "second wave" of coronavirus. Here's what the region is doing to tackle the surge.