18-year-old man found shot on sidewalk dies from injuries
18-year-old man found shot on sidewalk dies from injuries
Some 2.2 million homes are without electricity after 241km/h (150mph) winds tore down power lines.
The continent-wide STOXX 600 index was down 1.7% by 0759 GMT, failing to track a 2% surge on Wall Street overnight and as the boost provided by the Bank of England's emergency bond buying move fizzled out. Shares of H&M fell 4.5% after the world's second-biggest fashion retailer reported weaker-than-expected profits due to soaring input costs, slowing consumer spending and its exit from Russia. The disappointing corporate updates magnifies investors worry about a hit to earnings growth at a time when Europe is headed for a darker winter due to an ongoing energy crisis and central banks across the world tighten financial conditions to quell rampant inflation.
Sterling fell as much as 1% on Thursday after British Prime Minister Liz Truss defended economic plans that have triggered chaos in the country's markets. Truss said big tax cuts were the right path for Britain and refused to consider reversing the so-called "mini budget" laid out last week. Sterling crashed to a record low against the dollar of $1.0327 on Monday after new finance minister Kwasi Kwarteng unveiled plans to slash taxes, particularly for the rich, and jack up borrowing.
British Prime Minister Liz Truss broke her silence on Thursday following nearly a week of chaos in financial markets triggered by her plans for tax cuts, saying she was willing to take "controversial" decisions to reignite growth. A day after the Bank of England revived its bond-buying programme in an emergency move to protect pension funds from a potential partial collapse, Truss blamed the upheaval on Russia's invasion of Ukraine which has caused inflation to spike around the world. Truss became prime minister on Sept. 6 after winning the leadership of the governing Conservative Party with promises to cut taxes.
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Stars pay tribute to Gangsta's Paradise rapper, who has died at 59 after being found unresponsive.
The app raked up almost 10,000 downloads in a few days, but Apple removed the app from the App Store for violating its rules earlier this week. Separately, Un1feed said that Meta disabled all team members' personal Instagram and Facebook accounts. Meta didn't specify if they asked Apple to remove the app from the App Store, but it said that the app breached its rules.
STOCKHOLM — A fourth leak to the Nord Stream pipelines conveying natural gas from Russia to Germany has been reported off southern Sweden. Valentyn Reznichenko, the governor of the wider Dnipropetrovsk region, said fire damaged homes, a market, cars, buses and electrical lines.
The boss of British clothing retailer Next said on Thursday the government was "making all the right noises" about supply side reform but the "the jury's out" on whether its new economic strategy would succeed. On Friday, finance minister Kwasi Kwarteng outlined plans for deep tax cuts and deregulation to snap the economy out of a long period of stagnation, triggering financial chaos. But Next CEO Simon Wolfson said the UK needed supply side reform, particularly in terms of planning, economic migration and energy supply.
The Prime Minister defended Chancellor Kwasi Kwarteng’s measures, despite admitting the Government’s decisions have been ‘controversial’.
Li Zhenguo, founder and president of LONGi Green Energy Technology Co., Ltd. (LONGi), virtually attended the 8th World Conference on Photovoltaic Energy Conversion that kicked off in Milan, Italy, on September 26. Speaking at the conference that will continue until September 30, he called for focusing on technological innovation to support the sustainable development of the PV industry. "At the crossroads of the global energy transition, every decision we make now has a bearing on the future of
"Even if there is enough gas in Europe for this winter, it will be very hard to fix these pipelines and that has a very negative effect on European economic prospects and gas prices," an FX trader in Budapest said. "Both the Hungarian and Polish currency are victims of this negative mood that is hitting most assets in Europe." The European Union said it suspects sabotage behind the gas leaks as it remained unclear who might be responsible for the damage.
In series of local BBC interviews, PM insists she will not change course and is prepared to make difficult decisions
CAMBRIDGE, United Kingdom, Sept. 29, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Bango (AIM: BGO), the global platform for data-driven commerce, today announces its unaudited interim results for the six months ended 30 June 2022 (“1H22”). 1H22 Financial highlights •Revenue grew 9% to $10.79M (1H21: $9.90M) •Annual Recurring Revenue (ARR)* on 30 June 2022 was $3.41M (31 December 2021: $0.97M) •End User Spend (EUS)** grew 16% to $2.09B (1H21: $1.80B) •Adjusted EBITDA*** was $2.85M (1H21: $2.78M) *Annual Recurring Re
Within Georgia, in the foothills of the Caucasus mountains, a small group of protesters are making their views known about the flood of Russians now entering their country, fleeing President Putin’s call up for the war in Ukraine. Carrying placards, aimed directly at the Russians who have crossed, they ask why they have not protested against the war until now. Georgia has accepted tens of thousands of Russians fleeing mobilisation as President Putin ordered the call-up of 300,000 reservists, to bolster his forces in Ukraine after a series of Russian military defeats.
Dutch and British wholesale gas prices fell on Thursday morning after steep rises this week, amid higher wind output and robust liquefied natural gas tanker supply, though concerns remain about Europe's remaining pipeline security. Such sanctions would prohibit Gazprom from paying Ukraine transit fees, which analysts say could end Russian gas flows to Europe via the country. But there are still concerns about the security of Europe's pipeline supplies and a possible cap on prices to be discussed tomorrow at an EU energy ministers meeting, a gas trader added.
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Amber Kotrri says since her victory other businesses said they also received letters from Zara.
The matches in November will continue preparations for next year’s tournament in Australia and New Zealand.
Prime minister says she will not rule out fracking in Lancashire, where the council is opposed