Rogers service restored after Canada-wide outage, blames router malfunction

General view of the Rogers Building, Rogers Communications neighborhood in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, October 22, 2021. REUTERS/Carlos Osorio Sign up now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Record July 9 (Reuters) – Rogers Communications (RCIB.TO) it said on Saturday that its services were almost fully operational after a massive outage it blamed on a router … Read more

European stocks struggle ahead of US jobs data.

LONDON, July 8 (Reuters) – European stocks opened slightly lower on Friday and struggled for gains after the shooting of Japan’s former prime minister sent Asian stocks sliding as investors awaited key jobs data. in the United States later in the session. Investor sentiment had been positive earlier in the session, which analysts said was … Read more

SAS Airline Files For US Bankruptcy Protection As Reason For Flight Strike

Airline Files for Chapter 11 in the United States The presentation comes after the pilots’ strike began on Monday Strike grounding roughly half of airline’s flights STOCKHOLM, July 5 (Reuters) – Scandinavian airline SAS (SAS.ST) filed for bankruptcy in the United States to help reduce debt, it said on Tuesday, warning that the pilots’ strike … Read more

Russian missiles rain down on Ukraine as the West promises lasting support

The battle for Lysychask continues You could be next, Zelenskiy tells NATO leaders Mykolaiv attack is a sign of an intensified Russian offensive NATO says more weapons are in preparation Kyiv, June 29 (Reuters) – Russian forces attacked targets in southern Ukraine’s Mykolaiv region on Wednesday and intensified strikes on front lines across the country … Read more

Sweden and Finland on track to join NATO as Russia and China focus on allies

Turkey wins security promises from Finland and Sweden Russia to be called ‘main threat’ after Ukraine invasion ‘You are not going to win’, Sánchez tells Putin in a speech NATO summit will agree on more reinforcements for Baltic countries NATO to pay more attention to China’s military rise MADRID, June 29 (Reuters) – Sweden and … Read more

Why did stocks and bonds go into relief rally mode after the Fed’s jumbo rate hike?

Financial markets were in an unmitigated bloodbath in the days leading up to Wednesday’s Fed decision, with stocks falling and bond yields rising on the back of surprisingly hot inflation data, a sign that investors feared a more Volcker-like reaction from Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell. and the rest of the Federal Open Market Committee. … Read more

Italian bond yields plunge and euro rises as ECB announces emergency meeting on market conditions

European bond yields fell and the region’s single currency rose on Wednesday as the European Central Bank announced it would hold an emergency meeting to “discuss current market conditions.” The “ad hoc” meeting of the Governing Council comes on the same day that the Federal Reserve will announce a policy decision, with many expecting an … Read more

Global Stock Markets Fall, US Yields Rise After Strong Jobs Data

Wall Street stocks close lower Benchmark 10-year yields hit two-week highs US May jobs report beats expectations US dollar index extends gains Oil prices head higher NEW YORK, June 3 (Reuters) – Global stock markets fell as U.S. Treasury yields hit a two-week high on Friday after data showed the U.S. economy added more jobs … Read more

Russia extends gas cuts in Europe and stops Dutch, Danish and German contracts

A 3D printed natural gas pipeline is placed in front of the Gazprom logo in this illustration taken on February 8, 2022. REUTERS/Dado Ruvic/Illustration/File Photo Sign up now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Record Gazprom says it is cutting off supplies to GasTerra, Orsted and Shell Russians cite refusal to pay in rubles Move … Read more

Russia halts gas exports to Finland, says Mariupol steelworks site is over

Week-long siege ends in Azovstal, says Russia Russia intensifies offensive in Donbass Russia halts gas flows from Finland over payment dispute KYIV/OSLO, May 21 (Reuters) – Russia has claimed victory in a months-long battle over Mariupol’s Avostal steel plant, moving it a step closer to its goal of controlling Ukraine’s Donbas region, and halted gas … Read more