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Best known for its calming effect, lavender is great to have in the bedroom to help you fall asleep. Cut some off a bush outside and place into a vase of water. Lavender requires plenty of sunlight, so the window sill is the best place to leave it when growing indoors.
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The European Union has drawn up a list of U.S. imports including lighters and plastic fittings for furniture that it will hit with tariffs in retaliation for an extension of U.S. duties on incoming steel and aluminium. U.S. President Donald Trump signed a proclamation in January to extend tariffs of
Hungary will raise this year's budget deficit to 2.7% of economic output from 1% to help finance an economic stimulus package including massive subsidized loans to Hungarian companies, Prime Minister Viktor Orban said on Monday. Orban said the package, which would amount to 18%-20% of GDP including
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and other top government figures will take a 30 percent salary cut this year, a government minister said on Monday, as the country tackles the coronavirus outbreak and its impact on the economy. Modi has imposed a three-week lockdown to halt the spread of the virus
Young workers, the lowest earners and women will be financially worst hit by the coronavirus lockdown, as they are more likely to work in shutdown sectors such as hospitality and retail,
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Fund rating company Morningstar said on Monday it had downgraded H2O Asset Management's Allegro fund to 'negative' from 'neutral' amid concerns about risk management at the company. It also comes a year after Morningstar raised concerns about the fund's holdings in illiquid debt
Kenya's leading telecom firm Safaricom and South Africa's Vodacom said on Monday that they have completed the acquisition of the popular mobile money platform M-Pesa from Britain's Vodafone, the companies said in a statement. The firms said that the acquisition of M-Pesa's brand, product
Atlantia is edging closer to a deal with the Italian government that could draw a line under a bitter dispute over the infrastructure group's toll road concession, two sources close to the matter said. Rome has been threatening to pull the motorway licence of Atlantia's Autostrade per l'
British energy suppliers E.ON UK and Npower, both owned by Germany's E.ON , have furloughed around 4,000 workers amid a government lockdown which prevents staff such as smart meter readers and engineers from carrying out roles. "We have (around) 3,000 colleagues currently on furlough arrangements
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New car sales in UK plunge by 44% as coronavirus bites. Car plant shutdowns in Europe and North America may cost the industry more than $100bn
Wizz Air and Loganair are the only carriers left flying out of London Southend, according to the airport's owner Stobart Group.
The Swiss National Bank's sight deposit holdings increased again last week as the central bank intervenes in currency markets to weaken the Swiss franc, while also taking steps to support the economy during the coronavirus pandemic. Total sight deposits - money that commercial banks park overnight
Debenhams will file for administration to try and protect itself from legal action that could bring about the company's collapse.The struggling department store chain, which employs 22,000 people, faced being chased by suppliers and other creditors who have not been paid as a result of the coronavirus
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Apr.06 -- European Banking Authority Chairman Jose Manuel Campa discusses efforts by regulators and central banks to help lenders weather the fallout from the coronavirus so that they can issue loans to individuals and smaller businesses. "Now is the time to focus on providing lending to the economy
Moscow is ready to coordinate with other leading oil exporting countries to help to stabilise the global oil market, the Kremlin said on Monday. Kirill Dmitriev, head of Russia's wealth fund, told CNBC earlier on Monday that Saudi Arabia and Russia are "very, very close" to a deal on oil
British department store chain Debenhams is preparing to enter administration for the second time in a year to protect the business from legal action from creditors during the coronavirus emergency that could have pushed it into liquidation. The retailer said on Monday it had filed a notice of intent
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Debenhams confirmed that it intends to file for administration in order to stave off the potential collapse of the chain.