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Bank of England cuts interest rates from 0.25% to 0.1% amid coronavirus-sparked economic turmoil
Budget airline Ryanair says it will ground nearly all flights from next week due to coronavirus
'No mask, no gel' Trying to find sanitising gel is becoming a wild goose chase.
Shares plunged in Asia on Friday, with benchmarks in Japan, Thailand and India sinking as much as 10% after Wall Street suffered its biggest drop since the Black Monday crash of 1987.
Euronews heads to the Danish town of Sonderborg to find out how they plan to become Europe's first carbon neutral city.
UK government departments prepared for #Brexit planning for both a 'deal' and 'no deal' scenario, following the 2016 referendum. Here's the bill.
Business Planet heads to Austria to see how one big family firm is attempting to turn the problem of plastic pollution from packaging into a sustainable business opportunity.
Business Planet speaks with a leading figure in the plastics industry to find out how the unbiodegradable material can become more environment friendly.
World shares dropped on Friday after a sharp fall on Wall Street, as doubts over action to counter COVID-19 came to the fore.
FinTech is changing the way we use money and Dubai is leading the way in the region. We delve further into this and what is happening over there.
The Federal Reserve cut its benchmark interest rate by a half-percentage point in an effort to boost the economy in the face of the spreading coronavirus.
The Geneva Motor Show was among the victims as Swiss authorities banned all gatherings of more than 1,000 people.
Business Line looks at the impact of Artificial Intelligence and Big Data on the healthcare sector, how the Covid-19 coronavirus is causing ripples on the Chinese stock market and the way India has plugged into the electric vehicle market
France, Belgium, Italy, Spain and Greece are among the countries with debt-to-GDP ratios near or above 100%
Europe's biggest 882 companies invested €124 billion on reducing carbon emissions last year. A new report claims that is nowhere near enough.
Stocks slumped again on Tuesday, piling on losses a day after the market's biggest drop in two years amid fears COVID-19 will slow global growth.
Rimac Automovili, just outside the capital Zagreb, has more than 600 employees, half of them are engineers, designing and building hyper sports cars as fast as a bullet train