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The resumption of floor trading comes after a two-month closure due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Coronavirus: Lufthansa agrees €9bn rescue deal with Germany
European markets rose on the bailout deal news, which sees Germany take a 20% stake in the firm.

Coronavirus: All non-essential shops to reopen from 15 June - PM
Boris Johnson says all shops can reopen in England next month if they meet certain Covid-19 guidelines.

Coronavirus: Spain to stop quarantining arrivals from 1 July
The country hopes to save the summer season but UK tourists face quarantine in their own country.

Volkswagen loses landmark German 'dieselgate' case
A ruling in a German court could have implications for other VW motorists seeking compensation.

Coronavirus: How Chinese rivals are trying to take Zoom's crown
The coronavirus lockdown has fuelled the market for teleconferencing technology apps.

Coronavirus: Government draws up plan to rescue key firms
The government could aid strategically important firms affected by the coronavirus pandemic.

Fresh UK review into Huawei role in 5G networks
The National Cyber Security Centre involvement follows new US sanctions on Chinese telecoms giant.

Could you have to pay your bank to save money?
As countries take extreme measures keep the economy afloat, could we see negative interest rates?

UK must agree 'air bridges', warn business groups
Industries say the UK will be left behind, unless it relaxes quarantine rules with low-risk nations.

Coronavirus: Jaguar Land Rover in talks over government loan
The carmaker is reportedly seeking more than £1bn in taxpayer support as the pandemic hits sales.

Coronavirus: Leading economist warns of 10 years of depression and debt
Economist Nouriel Roubini - "Dr Doom" - has warned of a prolonged downturn and sluggish recovery.

Hertz: Car rental firm files for US bankruptcy protection
The company said the coronavirus pandemic had led to an "abrupt" decline in bookings.

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African solutions to the coronavirus crisis
African firms tell the BBC how they are solving problems caused by the coronavirus pandemic.

Coronavirus: Universities fear fall in lucrative overseas students
Education is one of the sectors of the global economy that is being hardest hit by the pandemic.

Oil collapse: 'Right now everything I have is shut down'
After years of boom, is the US oil industry now going bust?

Coronavirus lockdown: The Indian migrants dying to get home
Many poor Indians, fleeing hunger in locked down cities, have died of exhaustion or in accidents.

Dark web scammers exploit Covid-19 fear and doubt
From miracle cures to co-ordinated hacking the dark web is a hive of coronavirus scamming.

Coronavirus: 'I'm vulnerable and have been made redundant'
Sales administrator Emma Timberlake has multiple sclerosis and has recently found out that she has been made redundant.

BBC World News business headlines
The latest international business headlines from BBC World News.

The S Korean Samsung protester living in the sky
Kim Yong-hee has spent nearly a year on a 20m traffic tower to protest against Samsung's zero-union policy.

Theo Paphitis: ‘Retail will never, ever be the same again’
Entrepreneur and ex-Dragons' Den star Theo Paphitis talks to the BBC about how coronavirus has hit retail.

Zuckerberg: Facebook to 'take down' coronavirus misinformation
Mark Zuckerberg explains how the social network is responding to the Covid-19 crisis.

Ryanair: Air passenger quarantine plans 'idiotic'
CEO Michael O'Leary tells BBC Radio 5 Live that measures to contain coronavirus have too many exemptions to be effective.

Coronavirus: 'Lockdown is opportunity of a lifetime for bike lanes'
Gil Penalosa of urban reform group 8 80 Cities says lockdown is the right time to make cities more bike-friendly.

What Trump wants from trade
President Trump believes the US is being unfairly treated by other countries when it comes to trade.

Huawei: Boom time in China
While Huawei tech is blocked in the US, it is helping build one of the world biggest 5G networks at home.

The garlic farmers who love Trump
American garlic farmers say demand is rising after the US president put tariffs on Chinese imports.

How China plans to lead in computer chips
China wants to end its dependence on imported computer chips, but experts says it will struggle.

Is China gaining an edge in AI?
The US-China over artificial intelligence is heating up, but some warn the US could be over-reacting.
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