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Continent in earth's northern hemisphere

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Reuters Editorial
February 27, 2020
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Britain's car industry called on the government to help boost the market in its upcoming budget and secure a free-trade deal with Europe as output fell again in January, hit by a double-digit slump in domestic demand.
Laila Kearney
February 26, 2020
U.S.
Oil prices fell 3% on Wednesday after hundreds of new coronavirus cases reported in Europe and the Middle East stoked fears that energy demand would decline, and on concerns that the virus would become a pandemic in the United States.
Reuters
February 25, 2020
@bsindia
The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 880.79 points, or 3.15%, to 27,080.01
New Scientist
February 26, 2020
New Scientist
The annual New Scientist/SRG salary survey shows that science careers remained hugely satisfying despite the economic turmoil of 2019
Bozorgmehr Sharafedin
February 26, 2020
U.S.
U.S. crude dropped below $50 on Wednesday to its lowest since January 2019, as Asia, Europe and oil-producing countries in the Middle East reported hundreds of new coronavirus cases and the United States warned of an inevitable pandemic.
Sebastian Horn
February 26, 2020
Harvard Business Review
An analysis finds 50% of China's loans to developing countries go unreported.
February 26, 2020
The Economic Times
The coronavirus flared well beyond China, prompting panicked selling across global markets Monday and then again Tuesday. The specter of an epidemic spreading rapidly in Italy raised the prospect of a new shock in a region that was already struggling to muster vitality. The sense that the virus could swell into a global crisis gained momentum as Iran was identified as the source of cases that have emerged in Iraq, Afghanistan, Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, Lebanon, the United Arab Emirates and even Canada.
Peter S. Goodman and Aaron H. Maines
February 25, 2020
www.nytimes.com
The spread of the deadly epidemic to Europe's fourth-largest economy has heightened fears of disruption in the global supply chain.
Jillian Ambrose Energy correspondent
February 25, 2020
the Guardian
German-listed companies invest 11 times more in low-carbon investments such as electric vehicles, renewable energy and smart energy grids than UK firms. Photograph: Alamy
Peter S. Goodman
February 25, 2020
www.nytimes.com
The country, preparing for trade talks with Brussels, is vowing to break with European Union rules. But that could wall off a vast market for its exports.
Romain Dillet
February 25, 2020
TechCrunch
Fintech startup Revolut is raising a large Series D round of funding. TCV is leading the $500 million round, valuing the company at $5.5 billion. Over the past few years, Revolut has raised $836 million in total. Some existing investors are also participating in today's funding round, but Revolut isn't sharing names. Previous investors include [...]
Al Jazeera
February 24, 2020
news.google.com
Concerns rise about growing cases in Iran, Italy and S Korea even as infections appear to fall at Chinese epicentre.
Jonathan Amos
February 24, 2020
BBC News
The Rosalind Franklin robot will be moved from Cannes to Turin to fix a fault on its solar panels.
Jonathan Shieber
February 24, 2020
TechCrunch
Fears over the potential impact of the coronavirus spreading in Europe, Asia and the Middle East have sent stocks plummeting in Monday's open -- with tech stocks among the hardest hit. The reason for the declines are clear: Over the weekend, cases outside of China swiftly rose in Europe and other parts of Asia, indicating [...]
Marc Jones
February 24, 2020
U.S.
Europe's share markets suffered their biggest slump since mid- 2016 on Monday, as a jump in coronavirus cases in Italy, South Korea, Japan and Iran sent investors scrambling to the security of gold and government bonds.
Steve O'Hear
February 24, 2020
TechCrunch
Target Global, the pan-European venture capital firm headquartered in Berlin, has raised a new €120 million early-stage fund, following what it claims was only 3 months of fundraising. Dubbed "Early Stage Fund II", the new vehicle will see the firm continue to back early-stage tech companies across Europe and Israel, leading and co-leading seed and [...]
Manish Singh
February 22, 2020
TechCrunch
Financial services startups raised less money in 2019 than they did in 2018 as VC firms looked to back late stage firms and focused on developing markets, a new report has revealed. According to research firm CB Insights' annual report published this week, fintech startups across the world raised $33.9 billion* in total last year [...]
Natasha Lomas
February 21, 2020
TechCrunch
Mangrove Capital Partners' co-founder and CEO Mark Tluszcz is brimming with enthusiasm for what's coming down the pipe from health tech startups. Populations armed with mobile devices and hungry for verified and relevant information, combined with the promise of big data and AI, is converging, as he sees it, into a massive opportunity for businesses [...]
February 21, 2020
WebWire
Wintershall Noordzee B.V. (a Joint Venture of Wintershall Dea and Gazprom EP International) has successfully started gas production from its operated Sillimanite field. Discovered in June 2015, the unitized gas field stretches across the UK and the Dutch Continental Shelves and is located approximately 200 kilometers off the coast of Den Helder. "With first gas from Sillimanite we once more underline our ability to successfully explore for hydrocarbons and transfer development projects suc...
Nellie Bowles
February 21, 2020
www.nytimes.com
The iPhone maker, which depends on both factories and consumers in China, could be a bellwether for other big tech companies.
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