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Europe sets for the emergency lifeline worth billions

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Europe sets for the emergency lifeline worth billions

It will buy government and company debt across the eurozone, including that of troubled Greece and Italy. In recent weeks central banks and governments around the world have announced major stimulus plans The so-called Pandemic Emergency Purchase Programme comes just six days after the ECB unveiled measures that failed to calm markets, piling pressure on it to do more to support Europe’s economies

Eurovision Song Contest 2020 Was cancelled over coronavirus

The event was due to take place at Rotterdam’s 16,000 capacity Ahoy Arena, with the final on 16 May. The health of artists, staff, fans and visitors, as well as the situation in the Netherlands, Europe and the world, is at the heart of this decision,” said the Eurovision team The event’s executive supervisor, Jon Ola Sand, added: “We are very proud of the Eurovision Song Contest, that for 64 years has united people all around Europe Eurovision organisers told the BBC the issue would be discussed by its reference group and “a decision will be communicate

Chancellor unveils lifeline for economy Due To Coronavirus

It includes £330bn in loans, £20bn in other aid, a business rates holiday, and grants for retailers and pubs. Help for airlines is also being considered Prime Minister Boris Johnson said during the same media briefing that “we must do whatever it takes to support the economy”. He added: “This a time to be bold, to have courage. We will support jobs, we will support incomes, we will support businesses… We will do whatever it takes