Spain PM Pedro Sánchez is keen to try and quell any worries from the investor community. His message is really one of predictability, obesely that’s something that markets tend too like.
What a spectacular fall from grace this has become. Charlos Chosn has been indicted in Japan on a fresh charge of aggravated breach of trust.
When it comes to car making in Europe at the moment, it looks like everyone is finding it very tough. This is yet another unwelcome shock to politicians and of course the thousands of workers potentially affected.
French communist newspaper L’Humanité fights bankruptcy and that”s causing concerns from all coulters, even right wing politicians are donating money to try and keep it afloat.
“The signals coming out of the regulator show that there is a lot more work to do”.
Germany’s Siemens and French rail company Alstom have announced renewed efforts to create the world’s 2nd largest railway. Business Analyst Guy Shone details this and other stories in our Talking Business segment.
“Google have very very deep pockets”.
Google was slapped with a €50 million from France due to the company’s ‘lack of transparency, inadequate information and lack of valid consent’ when it comes to personalising ads for users.
“It’s really really tough out there in automotive”.
Shares in German automotive supplier Continental dropped more than 2% today. Business Analyst Guy Shone joins us from London to detail this and other stories in our ‘Talking Business’ segment.
“He wants to woo the big money but he also wants to provide warnings about how he likes things to be done”.
French President Macron is meeting with Silicon Valley investors. Guy Shone details this story and more in our Talking Business segment.
“These big geopolitical issues that everyone is wrestling with at the moment are obviously going to have an effect on the German economy”.
German business confidence has fallen for a third consecutive month. Guy Shone explains this and more in our Talking Business segment.
“Italy has endured a decade of pretty non-existent economic growth”.
Business analyst Guy Shone discusses the clash between the Italian government and the EC over their debt-laden budget.
Will the EC reject their budget proposal?