1. European Stocks Struggle for Direction With COVID-19 and Gloomy German Growth in the Spotlight  Barron's
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  3. British Pound (GBP) Latest: Edging Ahead, 1.30 and Above in Sight for GBP/USD  DailyFX
  4. US DOJ Calls Bitcoin Mixing 'a Crime' in Arrest of Software Developer - CoinDesk  CoinDesk
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European investors are sorting through a gloomy set of growth data from Germany as well as trying to sort the latest coronavirus infection numbers. A smattering of results were also in focus.European investors are sorting through a gloomy set of growth data from Germany as well as trying to sort the latest coronavirus infection numbers. A smattering of results were also in focus.

European Stocks Struggle for Direction With COVID-19 and Gloomy German Growth in the Spotlight - Barron's

European stocks struggled for traction on Friday as investors continue to grapple with how to read sharply rising coronavirus cases out of China, and as...European stocks struggled for traction on Friday as investors continue to grapple with how to read sharply rising coronavirus cases out of China, and as...

European stocks struggle as coronavirus cases rise and German growth stagnates - MarketWatch

GBP/USD looks to be heading up to the 1.30 level for the first time since February 5, with further gains possible from there; Boris Johnson’s cabinet reshuffle now seems unlikely to move Sterling.GBP/USD looks to be heading up to the 1.30 level for the first time since February 5, with further gains possible from there; Boris Johnson’s cabinet reshuffle now seems unlikely to move Sterling.

British Pound (GBP) Latest: Edging Ahead, 1.30 and Above in Sight for GBP/USD

Are bitcoin mixers illegal? This case may set a chilling precedent.Are bitcoin mixers illegal? This case may set a chilling precedent.

US DOJ Calls Bitcoin Mixing 'a Crime' in Arrest of Software Developer - CoinDesk

“I commend the @WHO for including Taiwan in a recent meeting on the novel coronavirus. It is critically important that Taiwan be included in all future @WHO emergency response discussions as the coronavirus continues to spread around the globe. https://t.co/U9W2aIHnZa”

Cory Gardner on Twitter: "I commend the @WHO for including Taiwan in a recent meeting on the novel coronavirus. It is critically important that Taiwan be included in all future @WHO emergency response discussions as the coronavirus continues to spread around the globe. https://t.co/U9W2aIHnZa"

“Coronavirus cruise update: *39 new cases on Diamond Princess brings total to 174, including 32 US citizens. *Westerdam to dock in Cambodia Thursday after being turned away from 5 countries (Japan, Taiwan, Philippines, Guam, Thailand). No cases on board. https://t.co/xXS96tFEhb”

Taylor Dolven on Twitter: "Coronavirus cruise update: *39 new cases on Diamond Princess brings total to 174, including 32 US citizens. *Westerdam to dock in Cambodia Thursday after being turned away from 5 countries (Japan, Taiwan, Philippines, Guam, Thailand). No cases on board. https://t.co/xXS96tFEhb"

“South Korea advises people to refrain from traveling to 6 countries in SE Asia with confirmed cases of #coronavirus. Singapore, Japan, Malaysia, Vietnam, Thailand & Taiwan. The govt is also increasing screening measures at the airport for travelers from Hong Kong and Macau.”

Laura Bicker on Twitter: "South Korea advises people to refrain from traveling to 6 countries in SE Asia with confirmed cases of #coronavirus. Singapore, Japan, Malaysia, Vietnam, Thailand & Taiwan. The govt is also increasing screening measures at the airport for travelers from Hong Kong and Macau."

“Over the past weeks, our armed forces have been working on the front lines to prevent the spread of #coronavirus. From helping manufacture face masks to disinfecting ships & aircraft, our men & women in uniform are working around the clock to keep #Taiwan safe.”

蔡英文 Tsai Ing-wen on Twitter: "Over the past weeks, our armed forces have been working on the front lines to prevent the spread of #coronavirus. From helping manufacture face masks to disinfecting ships & aircraft, our men & women in uniform are working around the clock to keep #Taiwan safe.… https://t.co/Cz2s9dI0R5"

Taiwan's presence at a World Health Organization (WHO) meeting this week on the new coronavirus was the result of direct talks between the island and the body, and did not require China's permission, Taiwan's Foreign Ministry said on Wednesday. The island's lack of WHO membership, dueTaiwan's presence at a World Health Organization (WHO) meeting this week on the new coronavirus was the result of direct talks between the island and the body, and did not require China's permission, Taiwan's Foreign Ministry said on Wednesday. The island's lack of WHO membership, due

Taiwan says it didn't need China's permission for WHO meeting

The bitcoin price has held above $10,000 almost 48-hours after breaching the key level for the second time this year...The bitcoin price has held above $10,000 almost 48-hours after breaching the key level for the second time this year...

[Updated] Bitcoin Finds A New Floor

TAIPEI—Taiwan's presence at a World Health Organization (WHO) meeting this week on the new coronavirus was the result ...TAIPEI—Taiwan's presence at a World Health Organization (WHO) meeting this week on the new coronavirus was the result ...

Taiwan Says It Didn’t Need China’s Permission for WHO Meeting

Asia News - Read more at AsiaOneAsiaOne - TAIPEI - Taiwan's presence at a World Health Organisation (WHO) meeting this week on the coronavirus was the result of direct talks between the island and the body, and did not require China's permission, Taiwan's Foreign Ministry said on Wednesday (Feb 12). The island's lack of WHO membership, due to the objections of China, which considers it a wayward Chinese province and not a separate state, has been an increasingly sore point for Taiwan amid the virus outbreak.. Read more at AsiaOne

Taiwan says it didn't need China's permission for WHO meeting on coronavirus, Asia News - AsiaOne

TAIPEI - Taiwan's presence at a World Health Organization (WHO) meeting this week on the new coronavirus was the result of direct talks between the island and the body, and did not require China's permission, Taiwan's Foreign Ministry said on Wednesday.TAIPEI - Taiwan's presence at a World Health Organization (WHO) meeting this week on the new coronavirus was the result of direct talks between the island and the body, and did not require China's permission, Taiwan's Foreign Ministry said on Wednesday.

Taiwan says it didn't need China's permission for WHO meeting