After the US, Europe is sinking into the recession due to the coronavirus, which is advancing inexorably

After the United States, the euro Europe announced on Friday a strong contraction of its economy (-12.1%) and its recession, while the virus remains inexorable in Latin America, where Mexico surpassed the United Kingdom in the number of deaths and Countries such as Vietnam or the Fiji islands register their first deaths. In the face of a pandemic that seems unstoppable and an increasing human balance, especially in Latin America, the Emergency Committee of the World Health Organization (WHO) meets …

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Premarket | Stock markets open week downwards due to new restrictions in Europe – Valora Analitik

ASIA Most Asian exchanges ended the first day of the week with losses, which stood out in Ho Chi Minh (Vietnam’s financial capital) and reached 5.31%, after discovering new cases of Covid-19 after more than three months without local infections, in addition to knowing new restrictions in Europe. By sector, some of those that fell the most in the region were financial, public services, real estate, and commerce and industry. In addition, Hong Kong authorities have banned extra-family gatherings that …

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Amsterdam vetoes alcohol in the Red Light District over the weekend due to the virus

View of the red light district in Amsterdam, Holland. EFE / Jerry Lampen / Archive Amsterdam, Jul 25 (EFE) .- The city of Amsterdam is shielded against the consequences of mass tourism, in full outbreaks of coronavirus in the Netherlands, for which it prohibits the sale of alcohol on weekends in Red Light District stores and enforces one-way pedestrian traffic in its historic center.In an attempt to keep tourists one meter away in the city center, the rules will apply …

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European stocks fall due to tension between the US and China

Madrid, Jul 24 (EFE) .- The main European stock markets have fallen this Friday due to the increase in tension between the United States and China, thus closing the week with general declines, while the price of gold rises as it is considered a safe value. in times of crisis. In today’s session, Frankfurt was down 2.02%; Milan, 1.85%; Paris, 1.54%; London, 1.41%; and Madrid, 1.22%. In the week, London falls 2.65%; Paris, 2.23%; Madrid, 1.96%; Milan, 1.69%; and Frankfurt, …

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Germany orders to register Fiat and CNH headquarters in Europe due to emissions

Rome, Jul 22 (EFE) .- The German Justice has ordered the registration of several European headquarters of the Italian groups Fiat Chrysler and CNH Industrial, controlled by the Agnelli family, on suspicion of alleged manipulation of polluting emissions in their models. “CNH Industrial confirms that the judicial authorities are carrying out some investigations in some European offices of the group in the context of an international order requested by the German Justice,” the group said in a statement today. The …

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The Frieze London contemporary art fair, new casualty due to the coronavirus

Visitors look at a work at Frieze 2015, held in London.JUSTIN TALLIS / AFPLhe Frieze contemporary art fair in London, one of the largest in the world, and the Frieze Masters side event, dedicated to art from antiquity to the 20th century, add the most recent casualties caused by the coronavirus in the world of culture. Scheduled for October 8-11, appointments are canceled “in light of the unprecedented challenges of covid-19,” organizers, who had previously pledged to reimburse galleries 100%, …

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Handball: The BM Logroño renounces Europe due to the coronavirus

The BM Logroño announced on Monday its resignation from participating in the Europa League next season, due to the uncertainty that exists regarding the development of the competition, in which the team led by Miguel Ángel Velasco was going to participate by invitation. The Logroño team has announced on their social networks that after receiving the proposal from the EHF to participate in the next European League (former EHF Cup), it has been decided to decline said invitation due to …

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Almost 10 million children may be out of school due to the pandemic

London, Jul 13 (EFE) .- Almost 10 million children in developing countries may be unable to go to school permanently this year due to cuts and poverty caused by the coronavirus pandemic, warns a released report this Monday for “Save the Children”. The London-based child protection organization estimates that the ravages of COVID-19 will leave a hole of at least $ 77 billion over the next 18 months in investment in education in the poorest areas of the planet. . …

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New restrictions due to increased cases in Eastern Europe

BUDAPEST (AP) – Eastern European countries are facing increasing waves of coronavirus infections, leading to unrest in Serbia, mandatory wearing of face masks in Croatia, and travel bans or quarantines imposed in Hungary. The new restrictions are implemented when The World Health Organization reports that daily infections worldwide topped 228,000 last week and the United States confirmed more than 66,600 new cases on Friday, another record, according to Johns Hopkins University. Deaths from the virus are on the rise in …

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New restrictions due to increased cases in parts of Europe

BUDAPEST – Eastern European countries are facing increasing waves of coronavirus infections, leading to riots in Serbia, mandatory wearing of face masks in Croatia, and travel bans or quarantines imposed in Hungary. The new restrictions are implemented when the World Organization de la Salud reports that daily infections worldwide exceeded 228,000 last week and the United States confirmed more than 66,600 new cases on Friday, another record, according to Johns Hopkins University. Deaths from the virus are increasing in the …

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