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Thursday, May 28, 2015
The European Union and Switzerland signed a major accord Wednesday that will end banking secrecy for EU residents and prevent them from hiding undeclared income in Swiss banks, the European Commission said.
Brittany granite on rebound from rocky patch
With foreign companies chipping away at their revenue, granite quarries in the Brittany region of France are attempting to regain strength by obtaining a protected geographical label, similar to the one on many French wines.
Wednesday, May 27, 2015
The first financial trader to face prosecution accused of rigging global benchmark interest rates goes on trial in London on Tuesday, following a scandal that handed banks hefty fines and damaged reputations.
Ukrainian security agents on Monday seized documents at the Kiev headquarters of Italy's UniCredit bank as part of a probe aimed at cutting off the suspected illicit financing of pro-Russian rebels in the separatist east.
Saturday, May 23, 2015
ECB tells governments: Don't wait to fix Europe's economy
European Central Bank head Mario Draghi says governments that share the euro currency shouldn't wait for better times to push through reforms that would boost sluggish growth.
The European Union offered more money and the promise of visa-free travel to some post-communist nations Friday in an East-West partnership that has tempered its ambitions after Russia's military intervention in Ukraine.
The German economy, Europe's biggest, appears to have reached cruising altitude as business confidence maintained its current high level in May, the Ifo economic institute said Friday.
Friday, May 22, 2015
German rail strike called off, but new dispute looms
German railways operator Deutsche Bahn on Thursday announced an end to a drivers strike that had paralyzed train travel in Europe's biggest economy, after the feuding sides agreed to mediation.
There's a new player in the U.S. cable dating game.
Monday, May 18, 2015
Historically low interest rates in the euro area are becoming an increasing headache for companies forced to set aside billions in extra cash to meet their pension obligations to employees.
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
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