European shares rose in thin trade on Monday as a closely watched indicator of German business sentiment rebounded in May.
Buffers ‘should be sufficient’ to protect lenders in short term, says European Banking Authority
Shares rose yesterday as investors’ hopes that countries would begin easing Covid-19 restrictions grew.
Canada’s economy will continue to require significant amounts of stimulus in the rebuilding phase, even with the potential for higher debt levels to fuel financial vulnerabilities, according to the outgoing head of the country’s central bank.
A metric that weighs the entire Bitcoin market cap against other crypto assets – has been falling in recent weeks, giving many small-cap altcoins a chance in the limelight.
One of the European Central Bank’s key policy makers signaled that the institution is very likely to boost its emergency bond-buying program to fight the coronavirus pandemic
Up until May 8, banks had suspended some €1.19 billion in installment payments on loans, under a special scheme giving temporary financial relief to individuals and businesses during the Covid-19 emergency measures.
Not too long ago, news.Bitcoin.com reported on Craig Wright’s recently submitted bitcoin address list that contained at least three spent blocks.
The trading on the Moscow Exchange on Monday closed with the growth of main stock market indices that recovered from Friday’s losses.
Mining reward halvings are a hot topic in the crypto markets, as they alter a cryptocurrency’s supply and often have a significant impact on prices.