While the markets were relieved at the pro-business Boris Johnson-led Conservative Party’s resounding Victory in the UK elections, asset managers predict that uncertainty surrounding Brexit’s execution means that the game is far from over.
After her first Governing Council meeting, the new ECB president Christine Lagarde promised that planning on a new strategy would be completed by the end of 2020.
As at the end of November, the Danish financial regulator tallied significant short positions in 33 local stocks.
Even as European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen unveiled the European Green Deal on December 11, EU states rejected the much-awaited taxonomy, fearing the impact on investments in nuclear and coal projects.
Jean Boivin, head of the BlackRock Investment Institute, detailed the US asset management giant's 2020 macro-economic outlook during a press briefing in Paris.
Assets of non-banking financial intermediation on the Spanish territory amounted to €296bn at the end of 2018.
Saudi Aramco’s shares jumped 10% during its stock market debut on December 11, making the state-owned oil giant the world’s most valuable listed company.
The announcement was made at COP25 in Madrid on 10 December.
Among existing shareholders, the pan-European exchange operator Euronext has entered into a binding agreement to sell its 20% stake in Amsterdam-based European Central Counterparty to Cboe Global Markets.
The Financial centre for sustainability in Spain (Finresp), supported by various associations of the Spanish financial sector, has presented its program at the COP25 being held in Madrid.