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Background on the Short Selling Regulation European Union (“EU”) national
regulators have regulated the short selling of shares and certain
Britain’s big listed insurance firms have scrapped their dividend plans today, following a letter from regulators warning them of a need to protect policyholders. Aviva, Hiscox, RSA and Direct Line have all cut payments, after the Bank
European shares rallied for a second straight day, with investors focusing on early signs that the coronavirus pandemic may be easing, even as major companies still take steps to shore up cash after lockdowns crushed global demand.
Image copyright PAUL ELLIS The Brexit Party outspent the Conservatives and Labour in the UK’s final elections to the European Parliament last year, figures show. Nigel Farage’s party, which topped the polls with 31% of the total
The coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has forced large numbers of professionals to work from home. Europe’s regulatory authorities have decided to temporarily relax MiFID II rules, which may apply when recording telephone conversations. MiFID II (Markets in Financial
It is “crucial” for markets to remain open and weather the economic storm brought on by the rapid spread of the novel coronavirus around the world, according to the Federation of European Securities Exchanges (FESE).