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German shops reopen in partial lifting of lockdown | Money Talks

Germany and some of its neighbours have started to gradually lift restrictions put in place to curb the spread of the coronavirus. Europe's biggest economy had introduced a lockdown on March 22, shutting all non-essential businesses. The re-opening of the economy has been welcomed by consumers craving retail therapy. But as Sibel Karkus reports, Chancellor Angela Merkel has warned of the possibility of second wave of infections. For more we spoke to Ulrich Leuchtmann from Frankfurt in Germany. He's the head of FX Research at Commerzbank. #Germany #LockdownMeasures #Coronavirus

EU Commission charges Amazon with anti-competitive conduct | Money Talks

EU Commission charges Amazon with anti-competitive conduct | Money Talks

Germany Coalition Deal: Germany's CDU and SPD agree to form coalition

Germany Coalition Deal: Germany's CDU and SPD agree to form coalition

Spain, France, Germany report record rise in COVID-19 cases | Money Talks

Spain, France, Germany report record rise in COVID-19 cases | Money Talks

Does the AfD incite racist violence?

Does the AfD incite racist violence?

Germany set to slash taxes on energy consumption

Germany set to slash taxes on energy consumption

Oil prices hit six-month lows after drop in US stockpiles

Oil prices hit six-month lows after drop in US stockpiles

Oil prices slump on optimism of fresh supply from Iran

Oil prices slump on optimism of fresh supply from Iran

China's central bank cuts key lending rates to boost economy

China's central bank cuts key lending rates to boost economy

Drought worsens Europe's energy crisis

Drought worsens Europe's energy crisis

New tech makes realistic faces possible in Metaverse

New tech makes realistic faces possible in Metaverse

Kenya’s president candidates pledge income support for jobless youth

Kenya’s president candidates pledge income support for jobless youth

Market Movers: Semiconductor competition heats up

Market Movers: Semiconductor competition heats up

US consumers get relief as inflation moderates in July

US consumers get relief as inflation moderates in July

OPEC+ oil cartel missed daily production target in July

OPEC+ oil cartel missed daily production target in July

US consumer prices rose 8.5% in July, down from June's 9.1%

US consumer prices rose 8.5% in July, down from June's 9.1%

China inflation accelerated to two-year high of 2.7% in July

China inflation accelerated to two-year high of 2.7% in July

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