Britain’s monetary policymakers have decided to play safe. Despite recent signs indicating the country is ready for recovery, recently appointed governor Mark Carney promised to keep interest rates low as long as unemployment remains high.
Apple and Samsung are at odds with each other yet again. Though, this time, the patent war that has been waged for more than two years could turn “geopolitical”, as an intervention by the Obama administration in favour of Cupertino prompted a strong reaction from the South Korean government.
Also in the US, there was big news – for news! The Washington Post newspaper, a legend of print media worldwide, has been acquired by an Internet pioneer – Amazon founder Jeff Bezos. Was the billionaire looking for a new hobby or is there a hidden agenda behind the move?
We discuss the week’s top stories with Bloomberg’s Jonathan Ferro in this edition of Business Weekly.
- 1Air France directors physically attacked after jobs loss plan confirmed
- 2Air France bosses’ shirts ripped off over jobs loss plan
- 3Historic and controversial, Trans-Pacific free trade deal is struck
- 4Russia ‘ready to meet’ other oil producers over market trouble
- 5Annual inflation in Turkey up to almost eight percent
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- 2Syrian refugee tripped by shamed camera woman is named
- 3Hungarian camera woman caught on video kicking and tripping migrants could face jail
- 4Hungarian reporter who tripped migrants apologises for her actions
- 5NASA discovers evidence of “liquid briny water” flowing on Mars
- 6Latest News Bulletin
- 7At least 220 dead in stampede outside Mecca, Saudi Arabia reports
- 8International breaking news | euronews online world breaking news in video
- 9Denmark: launches anti-migrant ad campaign
- 10Hungarian camerawoman fired after being filmed kicking migrants
- 11Why aren’t rich Gulf states welcoming Syrian refugees… or are they?
- 12Spain: Catalan President faces ‘civil disobedience’ charges over breakaway vote
- 13Banzai back in the vocabulary as Japan passes law allowing combat deployments
- 14Exclusive: shipwatchers chart Russian hardware heading into Med
- 15Why aren’t rich Gulf states welcoming Syrian refugees…or are they?
- 16International news | euronews, latest international news
- 17Which European countries offer the most social benefits to migrants?
- 18What the top tweets worldwide are saying about #refugees
- 19[Live] Catalonia: separatists heading for clear win in crucial elections
- 20EU split as UN approves raising of Palestinian flag
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- 02:40 CET Asian shares rise on fading Fed tightening view
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- 02:06 CET Renewables to struggle to replace fossil fuels – Shell CEO
- 23:52 CET Traders questioned as NY probe of automated FX heats up
- 23:31 CET Home prices sizzle in China’s Silicon Valley even as economy slows
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