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TJX Stock Will Gain From Department Store Woes, Analysts Say

TJX, the parent company of T.J. Maxx and Marshalls, will benefit as department stores struggle and customers flock to off-price retail when stores ...

Despite Volatility and Slowdown in the U.K., Super-Prime Buyers Are Still Searching for Listings

The crisis “has reminded many investors of the appeal of property as a greater proportion of their portfolio,” according to Knight Frank

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Well-wishes from world leaders pour in for Boris Johnson after the British prime minister is moved to intensive care with worsening coronavirus symptoms

Prime Minister Boris Johnson take into intensive care for coronavirus as condition worsens.

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British Prime Minister Boris Johnson hospitalized with coronavirus as ‘precautionary step’

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s office says he’s been admitted to the hospital suffering from coronavirus symptoms.

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Britain’s Labour Party turns page on Corbynite socialism with Starmer as new leader

Keir Starmer has been elected the new leader of the British Labour Party and vowed to lead Labour “into a new era with confidence and hope” after decisively winning the contest to succeed Jeremy Corbyn.

European insurers asked to halt dividends

The European Union's insurance regulator has asked insurers and reinsurers in the region to temporarily suspend dividends and consider a postponement of bonuses amid the coronavirus pandemic, knocking stocks across the sec...

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Don’t count on your usual economic numbers and forecasts to guide you through the coronavirus slump

Don’t look at current economic forecasts for any guide. The only certainty is that measures of containment to fight the coronavirus pandemic, with lockdowns and a halt of economic activity in most western countries, will s...

U.K. consumers fear a coronavirus-driven slowdown

A trend of improving consumer sentiment in the U.K. faltered in March as Britons worried that the spread of the coronavirus pandemic would harm the nation's economy. An index of consumer sentiment gathered by market-resear...

Fund Managers Who Can Thrive in This Topsy-Turvy Market

An interview with investment managers and newsletter editors Dan Wiener and Jim Lowell.

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Britain becomes latest country in lockdown as police enforce new restrictions

Britain has become the latest European country in lockdown as the U.K. Government announced a raft of restrictions preventing the population from leaving home without a valid reason.

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‘Social isolation does not mean emotional isolation’: Ireland shutters pubs and restaurants — braces for surge in coronavirus casualties

‘The lack of an all-island response has rattled communities on both sides of the Irish border.’

Marks & Spencer warns of severe coronavirus hit

Marks & Spencer Group PLC warned Friday that it expects its Clothing, Home and International businesses to be "severely impacted" by the coronavirus pandemic. The British grocer said that, as a result, it forecasts pretax ...