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Visa beats profit estimates, lifts earnings forecast

(Reuters) - Visa Inc , the world's largest payments network operator, on Thursday reported a better-than-expected quarterly profit and raised its annual earnings forecast, as more people across the United States and Europe used its payments network......»»

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Visa"s third-quarter profit beats expectations

Visa's profit beats expectations, helped by its acquisition of Visa Europe.....»»

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Citigroup, Deutsche Bank beef up Frankfurt presence

Frankfurt is our first choice for headquartering our EU broker-dealer: Citigroup's head of Europe.....»»

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2 Leading Online Black Markets Are Shut Down by U.S. and Europe

The authorities took control of one large site, Hansa Market, and covertly operated it to catch refugees fleeing the closing of the largest market, AlphaBay......»»

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Buying Guns Is Easy — and Cheap — on the Dark Web

A new report by Rand Europe on the availability of firearms on the dark web notes especially the availability and low cost of 3D-printable guns......»»

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The Tell: 5 ‘unlovable’ plays that could pay off big in a world of ballooning asset prices

U.S. stocks? Hardly. Real estate? Not anywhere around here. Europe? Nope. Asia? Nah. The dollar? No. Credit? Not even close. Clearly, finding bargains in this climate is tough and getting tougher......»»

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EU examines emissions collusion by German car makers: Handelsblatt

BERLIN (Reuters) - The European Commission is examining whether German automakers colluded in systems they used to clean exhaust emissions as part of investigations triggered by the Volkswagen scandal, the Handelsblatt daily reported on Thursday......»»

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Citigroup, Deutsche Bank beef up Frankfurt presence in Brexit response

LONDON/FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Two global banks, Citigroup and Deutsche Bank , are beefing up their presence in Frankfurt to deal with the impact of Britain leaving the European Union......»»

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Breakingviews: Central Bankers Play Waiting Game on Inflation

The European Central Bank and the Bank of Japan have spent large amounts without generating much inflation. Yet they are obliged to keep trying......»»

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Easy Money Saved This Italian City. Soon, It Will Run Out.

Pistoia’s train factory benefited from the European Central Bank’s bond buying program, which is drawing to a close......»»

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BMW favours UK to build electric Mini - sources

BMW's Oxford factory in England is currently the favoured location for building an electric version of the Mini despite Britain's planned departure from the European Union, sources have told Reuters. Kate King reports......»»

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ECB keeps easy money pledge

The European Central Bank left its ultra easy monetary policy stance unchanged as expected on Thursday, keeping rates at record lows and even leaving the door open to more asset buys if the outlook worsens. David Pollard reports......»»

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Poland Moves to Replace Supreme Court, Despite Protests

Poland’s lower chamber of parliament approve a bill that would allow the government to replace every judge on the supreme court, a move opposition politicians and European Union leaders warned undermines democracy in the once-communist nation......»»

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The Wall Street Journal: U.K., EU clash over divorce bill as round 2 of Brexit talks wrap up

The second round of Brexit negotiations wrapped up Thursday, with the European Union acknowledging progress but the two sides clashing over a financial settlement and the role of EU courts once Britain leaves the bloc......»»

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MarketWatch First Take: Nobody told the euro that Mario Draghi was dovish

European Central Bank President Mario Draghi’s unwillingness to commit to a September announcement on tapering bond purchases is described as tacitly dovish, but the euro’s continued rise indicates investors still think a move is coming in the fall......»»

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European Central Bank keeps easy money stance despite better growth

The biggest headache for the ECB is the apparent disconnect between inflation and growth.....»»

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Europe Markets: European stocks fall, euro leaps as markets ‘aren’t buying’ dovish Draghi

European stocks flipped lower Thursday as investors weighed the possibility that the European Central Bank is preparing to reduce monetary stimulus for the eurozone economy that has helped pushed equities to record highs......»»

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Market Snapshot: Dow knocked off record rise as Home Depot on pace for worst day in 1 ½ years

U.S. stocks retreat from record levels on Thursday, with investors focusing on a mixed batch of earnings, economic data and European Central Bank President Mario Draghi’s news conference following policy meeting......»»

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Gotcha: U.S. and Europe Take Out Dark Web Sites

Game over. Law enforcement agencies in the United States and Europe announced a massive sting operation that took out two of the three biggest.....»»

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Polish Lawmakers Approve Bill to Give Government Supreme Court Control

Poland’s lower chamber of parliament approve a bill that would allow the government to replace every judge on the supreme court, a move opposition politicians and European Union leaders warned undermines democracy in the once-communist nation......»»

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