Tuesday, March 17, 2015
Cracks appeared Monday in a deal to create the world's biggest cement company, with Swiss group Holcim seeking a modification of the merger with French giant Lafarge.
Saturday, March 14, 2015
Hungary said Friday it expected EU objections over its planned nuclear project with Russia to be resolved "in a matter of weeks," and called a newspaper report that the deal had been blocked "false."
Tuesday, March 10, 2015
The European Central Bank (ECB) has hit the launch button on its 1.1 trillion euro (US$1.2 trillion) stimulus program by starting to buy government bonds.
Whether it's the soaring Swiss franc, the plummeting ruble or the sliding euro, recent currency chaos has thrown the travel sector into turmoil as holiday-makers dodge costly tourist traps and hunt for bargains.
The UK has sold another 1.0 percent in state-rescued Lloyds Banking Group for 500 million pounds (US$754 million), matching last month's sale, the government said Monday.
Saturday, March 7, 2015
They are both tough men of a certain age used to getting their way.
German holidaymakers are increasingly flocking to Greece, leaving the acrimonious wrangling between the two capitals over Athens' debt mountain, halting reforms or fears of a "Grexit" to the politicians.
Friday, March 6, 2015
The European Central Bank (ECB) will start buying government debt in its new quantitative easing programme on March 9, ECB chief Mario Draghi said on Thursday.
It could be the battle of the titans. Auto giants at the Geneva Motor Show say they welcome the potential move of Silicon Valley players into their sector but experts warn of major disruptions.
The European Central Bank (ECB), meeting in Cyprus on Thursday, is set to update its economic forecasts and reveal details of its new bond purchase program, analysts said.