Callum Keown

(Staff)

Reporter at City A.M. covering markets and exchanges, pharmaceuticals, science, chemicals and agriculture.

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January 2019 articles

City jobs dropped to a seven-year low in December and the number of job-seekers also plummeted as Brexit uncertainty continued [...]

15 January

Italy’s first major bond issue of the year has attracted more than €30bn (£26.7bn) of orders as investors showed renewed [...]

15 January

US bank JP Morgan saw its bond trading revenue plunge 18 per cent at the end of last year as Wall Street’s dire December claimed [...]

15 January

UK betting stocks have fallen sharply after the US justice department performed a U-turn on its opinion of online gambling laws. [...]

15 January

Sterling has been plagued by volatility in recent months as uncertainty around Brexit has heightened. [...]

15 January

The German economy grew at its weakest rate in five years in 2018 sending the euro down and further signalling a global downturn. [...]

15 January

US bank Citi has reported a surprise fall in revenue as Wall Street’s volatile December slashed income on its bond trading [...]

14 January

Eurozone industrial production suffered its sharpest fall in almost three years in November led by Germany’s economic slowdown, [...]

14 January

European stock markets have tumbled after weak Chinese trade data laid bare the impact of the US-China trade war. [...]

14 January

Sterling has dropped from the seven-week highs of last week as investor nerves kick in ahead of tomorrow’s crunch Commons vote. [...]

14 January

The UK received more Chinese investment than any other country in Europe and North America last year despite a sharp drop on [...]

14 January

Demand for financial services has fallen for the first time in five years and business volumes could drop even further in the [...]

14 January

Britain’s jobs boom has particularly benefited lower-income households but half of all employment growth since the financial [...]

14 January

The City is bracing itself for next week’s crunch vote on Theresa May’s Brexit deal with banks drafting in extra staff to [...]

11 January

The UK’s major banks are robust enough to cope with a no-deal Brexit but the sector’s outlook for 2019 will hinge on Britain’s [...]

10 January