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Lorraine Ali's 10 best new TV shows of 2018: Why ‘Escape at Dannemora’ was the year's strongest debut http://www.latimes.com/entertainment/tv/la-ca-st-best-tv-2018-ali-top-10-new-shows-20181220-story.html Dec 19, 2018 -

There were plenty of strong second- and third-season series this year — “The Handmaid’s Tale,” “Atlanta,” “Better Call Saul,” “Versailles” — but picking 2018’s top new series is a bit trickier. Nothing stood out the way those shows did in their first seasons, but there were some notable stand outs...

German Business Confidence Weakens For Fourth Month To Lowest Level Since 2016 http://www.rttnews.com/story.aspx?Id=2963793 Dec 18, 2018 - Germany's business confidence eased for a fourth straight month in December to its lowest level in two years, as businesses were increasingly worried about the political developments in Europe and a slowing global growth, suggesting that the biggest economy in the euro area may slide into a technical recession.
Norges Bank To Raise Rates Twice In 2019: ING http://www.rttnews.com/story.aspx?Id=2962121 Dec 12, 2018 - Norway's central bank is likely to raise interest rates twice next year, despite the slump in oil prices, ING said Tuesday.
It's great to be auto enrolled in your company's retirement plan, but it can backfire https://www.cnbc.com/2018/12/06/retirement-plan-auto-enrollment-can-be-great--or-it-can-backfire.html Dec 06, 2018 - When it comes to your retirement savings plan, doing nothing can backfire.
Banks will be hit with 'massive disruption' from fintech in the next five years, Klarna CEO says https://www.cnbc.com/2018/12/04/klarna-ceo-retail-banks-set-for-massive-disruption-from-fintech.html Dec 04, 2018 - Sebastian Siemiatkowski said new regulations and the rise of tech-driven banking players are a recipe for significant competitive pressure on traditional lenders.
Swiss Economy Unexpectedly Shrinks In Q3 Amid Weakness In Europe http://www.rttnews.com/story.aspx?Id=2958671 Nov 29, 2018 - Switzerland's economy unexpectedly contracted in the third quarter, amid sharp declines in exports and investment as well as slower consumption, thus mirroring the weakness seen across Europe, mainly in the country's top trading partner, Germany.
German Business Confidence Weakens For Third Month As Economy Cools: Ifo http://www.rttnews.com/story.aspx?Id=2957573 Nov 26, 2018 - German business confidence eased for a third consecutive month in November as the economy is "cooling down", results of the survey by the Ifo Institute showed on Monday. The Ifo business confidence indicator fell to 102 from 102.9 in October, which was revised from 102.8. Economists had expected a reading of 102.3.
German Economy Shrinks In Q3 On Weak Exports, Car Sales http://www.rttnews.com/story.aspx?Id=2957239 Nov 23, 2018 - Germany's economy shrunk for the firs time since early 2015 and at the fastest pace in nearly six years, mainly due to weak exports and car sales, latest figures from the Federal Statistical Office confirmed on Friday. Gross domestic product declined a seasonally and calendar-adjusted 0.2 percent quarter-on-quarter in the three months to September.
Deutsche Bank Hits All-Time Low Over Danske Bank Scandal http://www.zacks.com/stock/news/338709/deutsche-bank-hits-all-time-low-over-danske-bank-scandal?cid=CS-ZC-FT-338709 Nov 21, 2018 - Danske Bank scandal is one of the many concerns faced by Deutsche Bank (DB). This is expected to hurt the bank's performance in the quarters ahead.
Germany Factory Orders Unexpectedly Rise For Second Month http://www.rttnews.com/story.aspx?Id=2952095 Nov 06, 2018 - Germany's factory orders unexpectedly grew for a second straight month in September, led by domestic demand, suggesting improvement in the economic momentum ahead. Manufacturing new orders rose a price, calendar and seasonally adjusted 0.3 percent month-on-month in September, following a 2.5 percent growth in August, which was revised from 2 percent.

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