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Tom Wilson

GLOBAL MARKETS-Stocks and bonds rally as ECB unleashes new stimulus

12 Sep 2019

* Graphic: World FX rates in 2019 http://tmsnrt.rs/2egbfVh (Adds Draghi comment)

GLOBAL MARKETS-Trade war thaw and ECB stimulus hopes buoys stocks

12 Sep 2019

* Graphic: World FX rates in 2019 http://tmsnrt.rs/2egbfVh (Updates prices; adds investor comment.)

GLOBAL MARKETS-Trade war thaw and ECB hopes lift stocks to six-week highs

12 Sep 2019

LONDON, Sept 12 World stocks climbed to their highest in six weeks on Thursday as the European Central Bank prepared to offer new stimulus measures and the United States and China made mutual concessions in their trade dispute, improving demand for riskier bets.

Switzerland warns Facebook's Libra it will face extra scrutiny

11 Sep 2019

ZURICH/LONDON Facebook's Libra cryptocurrency suffered another setback on Wednesday when Switzerland said the proposed payments system could face strict rules that typically apply to banks, on top of tough anti-money laundering laws.

Global money-laundering watchdog closely monitoring Facebook's Libra, official says

11 Sep 2019

LONDON The global anti-money laundering watchdog is closely monitoring developments on Facebook's planned Libra cryptocurrency, its new head told Reuters on Tuesday, in the latest sign of growing regulatory scrutiny of the project.

'Bad things could happen' - Turning to tech to tame the crypto jungle

10 Sep 2019

LONDON "Hi guys, could you please show me a firm bid for 100 bitcoin?" a seller texts on Skype.

GLOBAL MARKETS-Stocks under pressure as bond markets ring recession alarms

28 Aug 2019

* UK PM Johnson plans to cut parliamentary time before Brexit

GLOBAL MARKETS-Stocks slip as bond markets ring recession alarms

28 Aug 2019

* Sterling down, UK stocks up on BBC parliament suspension report

British judge orders confiscation of $1 million in cryptocurrencies from jailed hacker

23 Aug 2019

LONDON A London judge ordered on Friday the confiscation of bitcoin and other digital currencies worth nearly $1 million from a prolific computer hacker, in the first case of its kind for Britain's biggest police force.

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