Indonesian authorities say 125 people have died in a stampede at a soccer stadium

More than 320 injured in a massive stampede The Indonesian Football Association suspends the league for investigation Police say they fired tear gas to control the crowd MALANG, Indonesia (Reuters) – At least 125 people were killed and more than 320 injured in a stampede at a soccer stadium in Indonesia, authorities said on Sunday, … Read more

Exclusive: Europe braces for mobile network outage

PARIS / STOCKHOLM / MILAN (Reuters) – Cell phones would be unimaginable in Europe this winter if blackouts or power rationing disrupted parts of mobile phone networks across the region. Russia’s decision to halt gas supplies through Europe’s main supply route in the wake of the conflict in Ukraine has increased the chances of an … Read more

American fines 16 Wall Street companies $ 1.8 billion for talking about deals and trades on personal applications

(Reuters) – US regulators on Tuesday fined 16 financial firms, including Barclays Bank (Barkel)Bank of America, Citigroup, and Credit Suisse (CSGN.S)and Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley, and UBS (UBSG.S)$1.8 billion after employees discussed deals and deals on their personal devices and apps. The sweeping industry investigation, first reported by Reuters last year and later revealed by … Read more

Morning show: Eye of the Storm

Register now to get free unlimited access to Reuters.com Register A look at the day ahead in the US and global markets from Mike Dolan. With Hurricane Ian erupting with its sights set on Cuba and Florida, a global financial storm in the bond and currency markets has subsided moderately – although likely only temporarily. … Read more

Federal Reserve officials stare at the markets, say inflation is the focus

Register now to get free unlimited access to Reuters.com Register WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Federal Reserve officials on Monday shrugged off heightened volatility in global markets from falling U.S. stocks to currency turmoil abroad and said their priority remained controlling domestic inflation. “There are interactions out there,” said Loretta Meester, president of the Federal Reserve Bank … Read more

Morning show: Uneasy cable | Reuters

US dollar banknotes are shown in this illustrative photo taken on June 14, 2022. REUTERS/Florence Law/Illustration Register now to get free unlimited access to Reuters.com Register A look at the day ahead in the US and global markets from Mike Dolan. Britain’s gamble to stimulate growth through unfunded tax cuts to increase inflation has turned … Read more

Lifting ban on gas fracking in England under pressure for energy independence

Register now to get free unlimited access to Reuters.com Register Britain pushes for more domestic energy supplies The moratorium has been in effect since 2019 More research is needed to assess the risk of tremor BGS survey says challenges remain to anticipate impact LONDON (Reuters) – Britain on Thursday formally lifted a moratorium on shale … Read more

Hurricane Fiona slams the Turks and Caicos Islands as a Category 3 storm and heads for Bermuda

SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico (Reuters) – Hurricane Fiona hit the Turks and Caicos Islands on Tuesday, dumping torrential rain and causing flooding in the Caribbean archipelago after cutting a path of destruction through the Dominican Republic. and Puerto Rico. US officials said the storm killed four people in Puerto Rico. A fifth person was killed … Read more

Japan Points to Opportunity for Yen Intervention; unconvinced market

A Japanese yen banknote is shown with a graph of the currency exchange rate in this illustration taken on June 16, 2022. REUTERS/Florence Law/Illustration Register now to get free unlimited access to Reuters.com Register Check price news pushes yen away from 24-year low The Minister of Finance will not announce an intervention plan The Ministry … Read more