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Brexit negotiations restart in person as clock ticks down
  + stars: | 2020-11-28 | by ( Reuters Staff | ) sentiment -0.97   time to read: +1 min
EU negotiator Michel Barnier arrived for talks in London on Saturday morning. He said on Friday night that he was “very happy” to be back in the city and would keep working with “patience and determination”. Barnier and Britain’s chief negotiator David Frost are working to secure a deal before the UK’s transition period with the EU ends on Dec. 31. Johnson underlined his commitment to reaching a deal that respects the sovereignty of the UK, according to a UK statement. The Telegraph newspaper reported that the EU was set to concede on Brexit fishing rights.
Persons: Michel Barnier, David Frost, Boris Johnson, Micheal Martin, Johnson Organizations: European Union, British, The Telegraph Locations: Britain, London, Europe
EU ready to concede on Brexit fishing rights - the Telegraph
  + stars: | 2020-11-27 | by ( Reuters Staff | ) sentiment -0.95   time to read: 1 min
FILE PHOTO: European Union and British flags flutter in front of the chancellery ahead of a visit of British Prime Minister Theresa May in Berlin, Germany, April 9, 2019. REUTERS/Hannibal Hanschke(Reuters) - The European Union is set to concede on Brexit fishing rights, the Telegraph reported, without citing sources. Brussels has also accepted a proposal for a transition period on fishing rights after Jan. 1, the report said.
Persons: Theresa May, Hannibal Hanschke Organizations: Union, British, REUTERS, European, Telegraph Locations: Berlin, Germany, Brussels
JPMorgan Chase has hired a chief executive for its forthcoming UK digital bank. The major US bank named Sanoke Viswanathan as CEO of its forthcoming digital bank in the UK, The Telegraph reports . JPMorgan Chase moves closer to UK digital bank launch with CEO hire. To stand out in the competitive UK digital banking market, Chase should look to innovative products that aren't supported by its rivals. 12.1 million digital-only bank account holders in the UK at the end of 2020, and they're posed to number 19.5 million by 2024—or 36.1% of the population.
Persons: JPMorgan Chase, Sanoke Viswanathan, Viswanathan, hasn't, Finn, Chase doesn't, they're, Starling, Goldman Sachs, Marcus, Chase Organizations: JPMorgan, Intelligence, Banking, Telegraph, Chase's, Netflix, Mobile Banking, Lloyds
As Their D.C. Days Dwindle, Ivanka and Jared Look for a New Beginning
  + stars: | 2020-11-24 | by ( Elizabeth Williamson | ) sentiment -1.00   time to read: +2 min
Some parents lobbied to refuse them admission; others urged tolerance for children not guilty for what they saw as the sins of their grandfather. Once in, Ms. Trump and Mr. Kushner tended to violate the unspoken rule of the Washington private-school world, that parents with heavy security details keep disruption to a minimum, four parents said. Three people, including two who were present, spoke about a birthday party Mr. Kushner decided to attend with his children. According to a person familiar with the discussions, talks faltered on the couple’s reluctance to answer basic questions, including when their children were last exposed to Mr. Trump. The family withdrew from the school on Oct. 19 and enrolled in another Jewish elementary school in the Washington suburb of Rockville, Md.
Persons: Trump, Kushner, Amy Coney Barrett’s, Carolina Hurley, Organizations: Mr, Washington, House, Jewish Telegraphic Agency Locations: Washington, Rockville, Md, Carolina
With hopes of an effective COVID-19 vaccine just around the corner, private firms say there is appetite again for digital health passports. Speculation around COVID-19 health passports was rife in the early days of the pandemic, but sidelined due to insufficient knowledge around the strength of immunity. As scientists race to develop a vaccine capable of immunizing the population from COVID-19, insiders at tech firms say there's "growing appetite" for health passports among industry and officials alike. While officials have emphasized the need for caution, the prospect of a COVID-19 vaccine rollout for 2021 has raised a new set of questions: Who will get it first, how will it be distributed, and when will life go back to normal? The original premise of health (or, as they were controversially called, "immunity") passports was to link an individual's digital ID to their COVID-19 test results.
Persons: Gabriele Maroso, reinfection, we'll, Louis, James Davis, Davis, Edgar Whitely, Whitely, , you've Organizations: Pfizer, Moderna, University of Oxford, AstraZeneca, VST Enterprises, Telegraph, London, London School of Economics Locations: COVID, Manchester, Liverpool
Boris Johnson's government is set to relax coronavirus rules for several days over Christmas. Multiple households — reportedly up to three — will be able to mix in homes and pubs for a short period of time. However, the prime minister is also expected to reveal a tougher new system of tiers for England's regions. Unlike the previous system, households will not be able to mix indoors, according to multiple reports. Unlike the previous tier system, households will not be allowed to mix in pubs, restaurants, and other hospitality settings, according to multiple reports.
Persons: Boris Johnson's, Boris Johnson, Johnson, ITV's Robert Peston, Coldstream, Christopher Furlong Organizations: The, The Telegraph, 1st, Coldstream Guards, Merseyside Caribbean, Community Centre, Telegraph Locations: Scotland, Northern Ireland, Wales, England, London, Merseyside, Liverpool
The University of Oxford and AstraZeneca's COVID-19 vaccine can be stored at normal fridge temperatures for at least six months. Unlike Pfizer and BioNTech's candidate, Oxford and AstraZeneca's vaccine doesn't have to be stored and transported at ultra-low temperatures. Moderna's vaccine can be transported and stored at fridge temperatures, but only for a month: Oxford and AstraZeneca's vaccine can last six months at these temperatures. For Moderna's vaccine to last this long, it has to be stored at minus 4 degrees Fahrenheit. The last potential advantage for the Oxford vaccine comes in manufacturing.
Persons: AstraZeneca's, AstraZeneca, BioNTech, Stéphane Bancel, Welt, Andrew Pollard Organizations: University of Oxford, Pfizer, Moderna's, AstraZeneca, Oxford University, BioNTech's, Oxford, Minnesota's Mayo Clinic, The Telegraph Locations: Oxford
Merck shares added 1.9% in premarket trading as of 7:31 a.m. The shares rose 6% in premarket trading as of 7:31 a.m. The shares were volatile in premarket trading and slightly lower as of 7:31 a.m. Regeneron rose 4% in premarket trading as of 7:31 a.m. Pfizer (PFE) – Pfizer's Covid-19 vaccine could receive U.K. approval this week, according to a report by the Telegraph news site.
Persons: – Merck, Korn Ferry, – Regeneron, Regeneron, Pfizer's, BioNTech, – Needham, , Patrick Ky, WU, Eli Lilly, – Lilly, Locker, Piper Sandler, Piper, Foot, WestJet, Blackstone, Kellogg Organizations: Merck, Revenue, AstraZeneca, Oxford University, Regeneron Pharmaceuticals, Food and Drug Administration, Pfizer, Telegraph, FDA, Boeing, European Union Safety Agency, Paris Air Forum, Federal Aviation Administration, Western Union, Saudi Arabia's STC Group, Delta Air Lines, DAL, U.S, New, LaGuardia, Blackstone, Bloomberg, , Suisse Locations: Canada, Asia
Cutting aid budget would hit UK influence, two former PMs say
  + stars: | 2020-11-21 | by ( Reuters Staff | ) sentiment -0.99   time to read: +2 min
FILE PHOTO: Britain's former Prime Ministers Tony Blair and David Cameron attend a memorial service for Lord Paddy Ashdown at Westminster Abbey, in London, Britain September 10, 2019. “Abandoning the 0.7 target for aid would be a moral, strategic and political mistake,” Cameron, prime minister from 2010 to 2016 and a member of Johnson’s Conservative Party, said. The two former leaders argued that any move to cut spending on aid would undermine Britain’s position when it hosts the G7 summit in 2021. The decision comes as the country embarks on a new future outside the European Union. Blair, a Labour prime minister from 1997 to 2007 who introduced the 0.7% target, said the spending had tackled disease, boosted education and helped to increase living standards across large swathes of Africa.
Persons: Tony Blair, David Cameron, Paddy Ashdown, Chris J Ratcliffe, Boris Johnson, Johnson, Rishi Sunak, ” Cameron, Blair, , ” Johnson Organizations: Westminster Abbey, Telegraph, Johnson’s Conservative Party, European Union, Labour Locations: Westminster, London, Britain, British, Africa
Elon Musk detailed a new type of train service in a low-pressure tube that would reach speeds up to 760 mph. Virgin Hyperloop is among the companies attempting to develop hyperloop technology, which they say will improve on existing trains. This pneumatic tube center at the New York office of Merrill Lynch, Pierce, Fenner & Beane is shown in a 1955 photo. Pneumatic tubes were popularized in the 1800s, scholars say, as an alternative to ground transportation. So pneumatic tubes were often used between telegraph offices and key destinations such as stock exchanges, the scholars say.
Persons: Elon Musk, Hyperloop, Molly Wright Steenson, Merrill Lynch, Pierce, Beane Organizations: CNN, SpaceX, Carnegie Mellon University, CNN Business, New, Fenner, Telegraphs Locations: Washington, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Japan, Germany, New York
UK households will face ban from mixing after lockdown: the Telegraph
  + stars: | 2020-11-17 | by ( Reuters Staff | ) sentiment -0.99   time to read: +1 min
REUTERS/Toby Melville(Reuters) - British households will be banned from mixing when the lockdown ends under government's plans to rescue Christmas, the Telegraph reported here on Tuesday. Ministers are planning to announce an “end of lockdown package” next week, according to the report. Under current social distancing guidance, meetings of larger groups are against the law, though people from different households can gather in groups. These restrictions are applicable in England until Dec. 2, when the national lockdown will end. England entered its second countrywide lockdown for a month on Nov. 5.
Persons: Toby Melville, government's, Boris Johnson Organizations: REUTERS, Reuters, England Locations: London, Britain, England
PNC shares rose 4%, while BBVA shares soared nearly 19% in premarket trading. Uber shares rose 3% in premarket trading. Western Union (WU) – Western Union will suspend money transfers to Cuba, following a White House move to ban transfers that are sent through military-controlled companies like Western Union's main Cuban partner Fincimex. Western Union shares rose more than 1% in the premarket. Tapestry shares rose 6% in the premarket.
Persons: Casper Sleep, – Casper Sleep, Casper, , – Simon, Banks, Fred Done, William Hill, – Uber, WU, Fincimex, Kate Spade, – Evercore Organizations: Moderna, Palo Alto Networks, Palo Alto, Walmart, – Walmart, KKR, Simon Property Group, Centers, Simon Property, PNC Financial, PNC, U.S, BBVA, BB, Caesars Entertainment, Caesars, Telegraph, Technologies, Western Union, Qualcomm, Huawei, JPMorgan Chase, JPMorgan, Activision Locations: Palo, China, Alabama, British, Cuba
Shares and bonds soar as Biden edges toward victory
  + stars: | 2020-11-05 | by ( Marc Jones | ) + 0.00   time to read: +6 min
Biden is now favoured to oust Donald Trump after victories in Michigan and Wisconsin. [.N]The bond bulls were also happy after the Bank of England added another 150 billion pounds ($195.20 billion) to its asset purchase programme. Italy’s five-year bond yields fell below zero for the first time, while the U.S. Fed was also expected to sound reassuring later. REUTERS/Issei KatoThe Bank of England added 150 billion pounds to a total target of 895 billion pounds as it sought to cushion Britain’s struggling economy against a second coronavirus lockdown. The dollar index was last down 0.6% at 92.888 =USD and set for its biggest three-day drop since July.
Persons: Joe Biden inched, Biden, Donald Trump, , Michele Pedroni, MIAPJ0000PUS, KS11, Trump, Randal Jenneke, Rowe Price, March's, Issei Kato, Chris Beauchamp, , ” Beauchamp, Brexit, BoE Organizations: White, Nasdaq, Amazon, Facebook, Google, Bank of England, Fed, Decalia, Management, Japan's Nikkei, Biden, Republican, Bond, REUTERS, Bank of, Federal Reserve, IG, Lombard, Telegraph, Brent Locations: Michigan, Wisconsin, EU, U.S, Geneva, Asia, South Korea, Nevada, Arizona, Pennsylvania, Georgia, North Carolina, Congress, Tokyo, Japan, Bank of England
Hong Kong (CNN Business) More than 500,000 Australians have signed a petition calling for an inquiry into the dominance of Rupert Murdoch's media empire. The petition to parliament was launched by former Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd a little over three weeks ago and closed on Wednesday. It calls for a Royal Commission — Australia's highest form of public inquiry — to "investigate threats to media diversity." "We are especially concerned that Australia's print media is overwhelmingly controlled by News Corporation, founded by Fox News billionaire Rupert Murdoch, with around two-thirds of daily newspaper readership," the petition said. "This power is routinely used to attack opponents in business and politics by blending editorial opinion with news reporting."
Persons: Rupert Murdoch's, Kevin Rudd, Murdoch'sas, Rupert Murdoch Organizations: CNN, Australian, Royal, Google, FB News Corp NWS, News Corporation, Fox News, News Corp Australia, Daily Telegraph, Herald Sun Locations: Hong Kong
FILE PHOTO: British Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage speaks during a visit at Dover harbour, in Dover, Britain August 12, 2020. REUTERS/Matthew Childs/File Photo(Reuters) - Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage will relaunch the group as an anti-lockdown party called Reform UK in an attempt to fight anti-coronavirus measures imposed by Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s government. The Brexit Party was set up in early 2019 by Farage, whose years of campaigning against membership of the European Union played a major part in delivering the 2016 referendum in which the UK voted to leave the bloc. That is why we will campaign for Reform”, Farage and Tice wrote. The name reflects the ambition: Reform UK”, they added.
Persons: Nigel Farage, Matthew Childs, Boris Johnson’s, Richard Tice, Farage, Tice, Organizations: British Brexit Party, REUTERS, Brexit Party, Reform, Electoral Commission, Brexit, European Union, England, Johns Hopkins University, REUTERS/Matthew Childs/File Photo (Reuters), Brazil Locations: Dover, Britain, Telegraph, Farage, United States, Brazil, India, Mexico
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