National Grid should lose role as electricity system operator, says OfgemRegulator says there could be conflict of interest in company also owning energy networks
European stocks ended lower on Friday, closing out another lacklustre week as business activity in the euro zone shrank in January after stringent lockdowns to control the coronavirus pandemic shuttered many businesses. The pan-European STOXX 600 index fell 0.6%, but clung to a small 0.2% rise for a week, dominated by hopes for massive U.S. stimulus under President Joe Biden. Travel and leisure stocks fell 2.5%, leading declines among sectors amid concerns over fresh travel restrictions in Europe.
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