Europe News 3 April 2018

This small firm stopped accepting cash — and it's been 'great for business'

London cafe Browns of Brockley is among a growing number of small businesses in the U.K. that are ditching cash.

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European stocks trade lower after tech sell-off; Sodexo down 6%

European equities moved lower on Tuesday after a sharp sell-off on Wall Street.

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Some markets have formed ‘death crosses’ and will likely see a long-term slump, strategist says

U.K. and European stocks have broken through key technical levels in recent days and are now likely to be in long-term "bear" markets, according to one strategist.

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Stocks could soon see another 10% correction as investors face 'time of reckoning,' analyst warns

Overvalued stocks and the prospect of rising U.S. interest rates will soon trigger another stock market correction, according to one market analyst.

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German prosecutors file for extradition of ex-Catalan leader Puigdemont

Former Catalan leader Carles Puigdemont faces charges of rebellion in Spain over Catalonia's campaign for independence.

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Murdoch's Fox could separate Sky News to satisfy UK regulator on takeover

Twenty-First Century Fox said it could legally separate Sky News within the wider Sky group to allay the concerns of a British regulator.

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