Tuesday, April 15, 2014
Eurozone industrial output edged higher in February, official data showed Monday, in line with recent data showing a very modest economic recovery in the single currency bloc.
The Russian stock markets and the ruble fell in early trading on Monday after clashes between pro-Russian forces and the Kiev authorities in eastern Ukraine.
French auto group Peugeot Citroen, fighting to recover from crisis with a new Chinese shareholder, presented a recovery strategy on Monday, but its shares slumped.
Greece will issue more bonds after last week's successful five-year debt sale that ended a four-year drought, the head of the debt agency said on Sunday.
Monday, April 14, 2014
U.S. energy major Chevron, shielded by barbed wire, under police protection and under fire from egg throwers, is in trouble in Romania with villagers angry at its drive to drill for shale gas.
Saturday, April 12, 2014
Standard and Poor's on Friday downgraded Finland's outlook to “negative,” putting another crack in the credit image of one of the few countries to hold the top-notch “AAA” rating.
The rate of inflation in Germany, Europe's biggest economy, fell to its lowest level in more than three years in March, official final data showed on Friday.
Friday, April 11, 2014
Bailed-out Greece returned to bond markets with a bang on Thursday after a four-year exclusion, raising 3.0 billion euros and sending a major signal that the eurozone debt crisis is fading.
The masterminds of sun-powered plane Solar Impulse formally unveiled their new aircraft Wednesday, a year ahead of their planned round-the-world flight.
Germany's leading economic think tanks on Thursday raised their growth forecast for Europe's top economy this year and next year, but warned of headwinds from new government policies.