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Saturday, June 6, 2015
Economic growth in Germany has picked up faster than expected thanks to low unemployment, higher wages and the weak euro, raising forecasts for the coming years, the German central bank, or Bundesbank, said on Friday.
Thursday, June 4, 2015
An Irish construction company announced Wednesday it would list on the London Stock Exchange to raise funding to deliver new homes as strong demand returns to the Irish property sector.
Wednesday, June 3, 2015
Charles Kennedy was a rare thing -- a genuinely popular British politician -- and brought his Liberal Democrat party record success before his leadership was cut short by alcoholism.
The number of people registered as unemployed in Germany is lower than it has been since December 1991, as recovery in Europe's biggest economy continues, data showed on Tuesday.
Tuesday, June 2, 2015
The IMF said Sunday it has lowered its growth forecast for Ukraine's war battered economy to minus 9 percent, due in large part to "the unresolved conflict in the East."
Monday, June 1, 2015
Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov needs to explain why 89 European politicians have been banned entry into Russia and confirm their names, an opposition lawmaker requested Sunday in a formal complaint.
Greens in the European Parliament on Sunday called for a debate on a travel ban imposed by Russia on 89 European citizens -- many of them outspoken Kremlin critics.
Barclays has launched an internal review into whether its accounts were used for corrupt payments by FIFA officials, a banking source told AFP on Sunday.
The European Central Bank, bolstered by the success of its controversial bond purchase program, will pledge to keep it in place while downside risks to economic growth remain, analysts said.
Bank of America has been fined US$30 million by U.S. regulators, who accused the bank of violating consumer protections for members of the military in collecting debts.
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