Commodities
08 Jun
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London Mayor to charge diesel drivers £12.50 a day

Over 100,000 Londoners owners of pre-2016 diesel cars face £12. 50 charge as mayor Sadiq Khan expands ultra-low emission zone up to North and South circular roads from October 2021.

08 Jun
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Crusader shares tumble despite 'significant results' at Jurueana gold project

AIM-quoted minerals exploration and development company Crusader Resources provided investors with an update on its Jurueana gold project on Friday following a recent drilling campaign at three previously un-drilled prospects within the license.

08 Jun
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EU's Barnier reacts very coolly to UK's backstop proposal

The European Union's chief Brexit negotiator, Michel Barnier, has reacted coolly to the UK's backstop proposal.

08 Jun
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Patagonia Gold sales hit 10,662 ounces of gold in first quarter

AIM-quoted mining company Patagonia Gold provided investors with a first-quarter update for its Cap Oeste project in Argentina on Friday as efforts to optimise production continued.

08 Jun
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Petropavlovsk calls 'fake news' over rebel shareholder's identity

Gold miner Petropavlovsk has raised doubts over the true identity of a shareholder that is trying to oust its board.

08 Jun
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Trump snubs May and launches furious rant at trade allies ahead of G7

Tensions between US President Donald Trump and other leaders of the G7 heightened on Friday ahead of the Canadian summit as French President Emmanuel Macron urged the other six leaders to stand up to American "hegemony".

08 Jun
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Emerging market correction 'has further to go'

The US is at the centre of erupting drama across emerging markets this week, with Brazil's and Mexico's stock markets and currencies crashing, India unexpectedly hiking interest rates and Turkey tightening policy for the third time in less than two months.

08 Jun
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China trade data surprises, Japan's less so

China's trade performance was resilient in May with imports surging more than export growth to surprisingly reduce the monthly surplus, while Japan's first quarter economic output was confirmed.