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Erratum - in the first paragraph, the date should be read as 16 June 2022, instead of 16 June 2021. SOLUTIONS 30 SE (the Company) informs its shareholders that its annual general meeting (General Meeting) will be held on 16 June 2022 at 10:00 a.m. (Luxembourg time) at the Hôtel le Royal, 12 boulevard Royal, L-2449 Luxembourg. The General Meeting will be video broadcasted live, through the Company’s website. The convening notice (Convening Notice) detailing the agenda of the General Meeting was p
Rishi Sunak faces Tory clamour to act now on cost of living crisis. Conservative MPs to urge chancellor to tackle inflation with VAT cuts, energy bill support and improved benefits
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MADRID (Reuters) -The European Central Bank will likely start raising interest rates shortly after ending its bond-buying programme early in the third quarter, with the potential for further hikes in coming quarters, policymaker Pablo Hernandez de Cos said. His comments on Wednesday came shortly after fellow policymaker and Finnish central bank chief Olli Rehn said the ECB should move relatively quickly out of negative interest rate territory to avoid unanchored inflation expectations. De Cos said a gradual withdrawal of extraordinary monetary stimulus was adequate in the current situation when there are upside risks to inflation projections and core inflation is "clearly" above intermediate- and medium-term expectations of around 2%.
Britain's annual inflation rate surged to a 40-year high last month on rocketing energy costs, official data showed Wednesday, sparking opposition calls for the government to announce an emergency budget to combat a cost-of-living crisis.
Someone getting on the property ladder typically needs £43,623 more than they would have in 2016, Direct Line Home Insurance said.
French cement maker Lafarge on Wednesday was dealt a blow as a Paris appeals court upheld charges of "complicity in crimes against humanity" in Syria, which have been weighing on the company for years. A legal adviser for the European Center for Constitutional and Human Rights (ECCHR), which is a party to the case, told Reuters the Paris court of Appeals confirmed a ruling by France's highest court, which last year said Lafarge can be probed for charges linked to crimes against humanity for keeping a factory running in Syria after conflict erupted in 2011.
Labour had tabled a Queen’s Speech amendment asking for a new tax on the profits of oil and gas producers.
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Chief Secretary to the Treasury Simon Clarke said the Chancellor will bring forward measures ‘in a targeted way’.
US consumers continued to increase spending in April, remaining resilient in the face of accelerating inflation, but retail giant Walmart still saw a big hit to its bottom line due to rising costs, according to reports released Tuesday.
Senior officials at the Serious Fraud Office (SFO) were in “serious breach” of their duties during an investigation into a Kazakh mining company, according to a High Court ruling that piles fresh pressure on the embattled agency.
Vladimir Putin has claimed that some EU countries will be unable to wean themselves off Russian oil "for a long time".
The group benefited from a strong demand for luxury watches both in Britain and the US.
Holiday group TUI on Tuesday unveiled a capital increase to pay back elements of a German state bailout that it had received during the peak of the COVID-19 pandemic. TUI said it planned to use the proceeds as well as existing cash resources to fully repay the second installment of a so-called silent participation of the German government in the order of 671 million euros. TUI also said it would reduce outstanding credit lines by state lender KfW by 336 million euros to 2.1 billion.