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  • Europe can withstand a winter recession Aug 10, 2022 12:02 PM IST

    Europe can withstand a winter recession

    Energy substitution, solidarity and conservation can help overcome the effects of a Russian gas embargo 

  • Europe to consider "dose-sparing" to increase monkeypox vaccine, WHO seeks trials Aug 10, 2022 11:48 AM IST

    Europe to consider "dose-sparing" to increase monkeypox vaccine, WHO seeks trials

    There have been 27,800 monkeypox cases - largely among men who have sex with men - and 12 deaths worldwide this year.

  • OYO acquires Denmark-based holiday home operator Bornholmske Feriehuse Aug 09, 2022 04:27 PM IST

    OYO acquires Denmark-based holiday home operator Bornholmske Feriehuse

    Based out of Bornholm island in Denmark, Bornholmske Feriehuse has 737 holiday homes spread over 30 holiday parks on its platform and expects to clock more than 2.5 lakh guest nights in 2022

  • For Ukrainians abroad, war has also meant a flowering of identity Aug 09, 2022 02:26 PM IST

    For Ukrainians abroad, war has also meant a flowering of identity

    The Russian invasion and fierce Ukrainian resistance have turned the spotlight on the country and led to the emergence of a stronger Ukrainian expatriate community and a national identity that had been invisible to many

  • ‘Snoozefest’ no longer: Volatility seizes Europe’s bond market Aug 07, 2022 04:15 PM IST

    ‘Snoozefest’ no longer: Volatility seizes Europe’s bond market

    Europe’s bond investors, caught between a central bank raising rates for the first time since 2011 and the prospect of a recession are braving some of the wildest swings on record by some metrics.

  • Want to get to Europe's tallest peak? You may be asked for a funeral deposit Aug 05, 2022 02:07 PM IST

    Want to get to Europe's tallest peak? You may be asked for a funeral deposit

    Mont Blanc is sometimes called an easy ascent but weather conditions are making the climb increasingly treacherous.

  • Germany sees 214% rise in Indian tourists in first few months of 2022 Aug 04, 2022 05:31 PM IST

    Germany sees 214% rise in Indian tourists in first few months of 2022

    According to the GNTO, nine percent of Indian travellers visiting Europe went to Germany, of whom 55 percent visited the country for leisure while 38 percent for business.

  • World factory outlook darkens with weakening from Europe to Asia Aug 01, 2022 03:10 PM IST

    World factory outlook darkens with weakening from Europe to Asia

    Purchasing managers’ indexes for the euro area’s four largest members all indicated contraction, with shrinking confirmed for the region as a whole after an initial estimate on July 22. In Asia, it was China, South Korea and Taiwan that took the biggest hit.

  • Eurozone economy grows faster than expected, but so do prices Jul 29, 2022 11:10 PM IST

    Eurozone economy grows faster than expected, but so do prices

    In the 19 countries that use the common European currency, consumer prices jumped 8.9% in July compared with a year ago as inflation reached a fresh record, the third straight month of gains.

  • German inflation hits 8.5%, again driven by high energy prices Jul 28, 2022 10:52 PM IST

    German inflation hits 8.5%, again driven by high energy prices

    Official data released Thursday showed that energy prices were up more than 35% from a year ago and remained the most important factor in driving inflation in Europe’s largest economy.

  • Russia cuts gas flows further as Europe urges energy saving Jul 28, 2022 07:07 AM IST

    Russia cuts gas flows further as Europe urges energy saving

    The cut in supplies, flagged by Gazprom earlier this week, has reduced the capacity of Nord Stream 1 pipeline - the major delivery route to Europe for Russian gas - to a mere fifth of its total capacity.

  • Russia cuts gas flows further as Europe issues savings plea Jul 27, 2022 03:40 PM IST

    Russia cuts gas flows further as Europe issues savings plea

    The cut in supplies, flagged by Gazprom earlier this week, has reduced the capacity of Nord Stream 1 pipeline – the major delivery route to Europe for Russian gas – to a mere fifth of its total capacity.

  • TCS signs deal with M&S; expects $1 billion retail sector business in UK, Europe to outgrow company revenues Jul 27, 2022 01:30 PM IST

    TCS signs deal with M&S; expects $1 billion retail sector business in UK, Europe to outgrow company revenues

    The country’s largest software exporter on Wednesday announced a multi-year, multi-million dollar deal with Marks & Spencer, with which it has been working for over a decade, to transform the British retailer’s human resource operations.

  • Gas rationing fears hammer euro, trigger govt bond buying Jul 26, 2022 04:21 PM IST

    Gas rationing fears hammer euro, trigger govt bond buying

    Europe faces an increased gas squeeze from Wednesday, when Russian’s Gazprom said it would cut flows through the Nord Stream 1 pipeline to Germany to a fifth of capacity.

  • Kerala man travels through Europe with family – in plane he built himself Jul 26, 2022 03:24 PM IST

    Kerala man travels through Europe with family – in plane he built himself

    Ashok Aliseril Thamarakshan, a native of Alappuzha in Kerala, has successfully built a four-seat airplane in a project that took nearly 18 months to complete.

  • Record temperatures, wildfires wreak havoc on Europe’s winemakers Jul 26, 2022 11:11 AM IST

    Record temperatures, wildfires wreak havoc on Europe’s winemakers

    All over Europe, temperatures in wine regions have been sweltering at new highs, and heat waves are moving north into such normally cool countries as Germany.

  • Russian gas cut to Europe hits economic hopes after Ukraine grain deal Jul 26, 2022 06:42 AM IST

    Russian gas cut to Europe hits economic hopes after Ukraine grain deal

    Despite a weekend air strike, the first ships from Ukraine's Black Sea ports may set sail in days under a deal agreed on Friday, the United Nations said. This would help ease an international food crisis, although mistrust and potential danger remained.

  • Gold slips on dollar rebound, but set for first rise in 6 weeks Jul 22, 2022 02:46 PM IST

    Gold slips on dollar rebound, but set for first rise in 6 weeks

    Spot gold was down 0.2 percent at $1,715.93 per ounce, as of 0738 GMT. Prices dropped to their lowest level in more than a year at $1,680.25 on Thursday before ending up 1.3 percent.

  • Deep in a COVID wave, Europe counts cases and carries on Jul 21, 2022 10:57 PM IST

    Deep in a COVID wave, Europe counts cases and carries on

    All across Europe, faded stickers, signs and billboards stand as ghostly remnants of past struggles against COVID. But while the vestiges of the pandemic’s deadliest days are everywhere, so is the virus.

  • Italian Prime Minister Mario Draghi resigns Jul 21, 2022 02:18 PM IST

    Italian Prime Minister Mario Draghi resigns

    Mario Draghi conveyed his resignation to Italian President Sergio Mattarella on July 21 after his coalition collapsed on withdrawal of support from three allies

  • Seeking leverage over Europe, Vladimir Putin says Russian gas flow will resume Jul 21, 2022 12:47 PM IST

    Seeking leverage over Europe, Vladimir Putin says Russian gas flow will resume

    The European Union imported 45 percent of its natural gas from Russia last year. That fell to only 28 percent in the first three months of this year. At the same time, overall gas imports in the bloc increased

  • Europe wildfires: Pearl Jam cancels concert as singer Eddie Veddie suffers throat damage Jul 21, 2022 12:10 PM IST

    Europe wildfires: Pearl Jam cancels concert as singer Eddie Veddie suffers throat damage

    Pearl Jam said it was deeply sorry about cancelling the show which was scheduled to take place in Vienna on July 20. "This is brutal news and horrible timing…for everyone involved."

  • War and warming upend global energy supplies and amplify suffering Jul 20, 2022 11:03 PM IST

    War and warming upend global energy supplies and amplify suffering

    The cascading effects of the war and the coronavirus pandemic on energy and food prices have punished the world’s poorest citizens the most.

  • In pics | How climate change is fuelling wildfires and heatwaves in Europe Jul 20, 2022 04:27 PM IST

    In pics | How climate change is fuelling wildfires and heatwaves in Europe

    In recent years heatwaves have become more frequent in many parts of the world, including India and the US. At a time when strict actions are required to control global temperature rise, major economies are still scrambling to put in place an effective climate policy.

  • Will soaring energy prices lead to a collapse of demand in Europe?  Jul 20, 2022 11:49 AM IST

    Will soaring energy prices lead to a collapse of demand in Europe? 

    Europe fears Moscow could keep the gas pipeline shut till sanctions are eased on Russia. 

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