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Visitors gather at the booths of the different car manufacturers, during the first weekend of the 87th Geneva International Motor Show in Geneva, Switzerland, on Saturday, March 11.
 
The European Central Bank (ECB) will maintain massive support for the eurozone economy when governors meet Thursday, analysts predict, despite growing evidence the health of the bloc is improving.
 
The U.K.'s Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond unveils his latest tax and spend plans Wednesday in a budget expected to exude caution as the country prepares to trigger Brexit.
 
German factory production rose strongly in January, offsetting a decline the previous month.
 
European stock markets paused Tuesday as investors waited on this week's interest rate call in the eurozone and crucial jobs data in the United States.
 
Industrial orders in Germany plunged 7.4 percent in January, preliminary official data showed Tuesday, troubling a largely bright picture of recovery in Europe's largest economy.
 
The International Monetary Fund said Saturday it had reached a preliminary agreement with Ukraine that could see the war-scarred and cashed-starved nation receive fresh aid in the first half of the year.
 
'The solution is us'
An employee has a sticker on his jacket that reads "The crisis, it's them, the solution is us" as workers block the access to the Malvesi site, an uranium conversion plant of French nuclear group Areva...
 
Shares in Germany's biggest lender Deutsche Bank fell as much as 6.0 percent as the Frankfurt market opened Monday, hours after the bank announced it would raise cash by issuing new shares.
 
British fund managers Standard Life and Aberdeen Asset Management confirmed Saturday they were in talks about a possible all-share merger, which reports said could be worth £1 billion (US$13.5 billion).
 
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