Wall Street stocks opened higher on Monday after Donald Trump finally signed off on Congress' Covid-19 stimulus relief package.
Wall Street futures had stocks opening higher ahead of the bell on Monday after Donald Trump finally signed off on Congress' Covid-19 stimulus relief package.
Ambassadors of European Union governments in Brussels approved on Monday the provisional application of the new Brexit trade deal from 1 January 2021.
The UK economy could be up to 6% weaker in early 2021 than expected in initial forecasts.
US President Donald Trump signed a bill on Sunday to approve the $2. 3tn pandemic and spending package that would restore benefits to millions of American citizens.
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