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Germany Warns European Markets Not to Celebrate Prematurely

14/04/2014
Germany’s top finance officials warned investors against prematurely celebrating an overhaul of Europe’s

Beijing rejects IMF's hard-landing warning for China's economy

14/04/2014
A senior Chinese official hit back at International Monetary Fund warnings that China's economy faced

Europe's top banks cut 80,000 more staff in post-crisis overhaul

14/04/2014
Europe's largest banks cut their staff by another 3.5 percent last year and the prospect of a return to

Top European banks close or sell 5,300 branches in 2013

14/04/2014
Europe's top banks shut or sold 5,300 branches last year and the closures are likely to accelerate as customers

Greek central bank chief says wants second term

14/04/2014
Greece's central bank chief George Provopoulos said he would accept a second term at the helm of the Bank of

Toxic Debt Condemned in Crisis Heralded as Europe’s Savior

14/04/2014
Asset-backed securities were denounced for causing the financial crisis. Now the debt is being seen as a

EU’s Kallas Says Vigilance Needed While Inflation Stays Low

14/04/2014
Policy makers “must be vigilant” to ensure persistently low inflation doesn’t cause problems, European

PBOC’s Yi Says China’s Growth Rate Is Within ‘Reasonable Range’

14/04/2014
China’s economy is growing at an acceptable pace, China’s central bank Deputy Governor Yi Gang said, adding to

ECB's Nowotny says expects decision on ECB policy move in June

14/04/2014
The European Central Bank is likely to decide on the way it wants to respond to the low inflation in the euro

Latam countries pushed to reform as easy money era ends

14/04/2014
Latin American countries will have to tighten their belts as the rising cost of capital and lower commodity

Draghi says a stronger euro would trigger looser ECB policy

14/04/2014
The European Central Bank will ease monetary policy further if the euro keeps strengthening, President Mario

G20 gives U.S. year-end deadline for IMF reforms

14/04/2014
Finance chiefs from around the globe gave the United States until year-end to ratify long-delayed reforms to

'Great Stretch' to secure Greek debt return

14/04/2014
Call it the Great Stretch. Two years ago, Greece's debt crisis almost brought the euro zone crashing down. Now European partners are preparing

ECB hints at further stimulus to combat low inflation

14/04/2014
The European Central Bank (ECB) has said it will provide "further stimulus" to the eurozone economy if inflation in the bloc continues to

China banks face rising bad loans

14/04/2014
Bad loans have sharply increased for many Chinese banks as more companies struggle to make repayments,

China’s Fake Trade Data to Keep Skewing Export Numbers: Economy

14/04/2014
China’s data distortions will muddy analysis of the nation’s trade until at least June, making it harder to assess

France, Italy not in same boat by EU budget rules - Eurogroup head

14/04/2014
France and Italy will get different treatment under European Union budget rules, because the situation of

Cheap funding costs a boon for French firms

14/04/2014
As economic prospects in western Europe improve, French companies whose shares are still reeling from the

Greece's economy is still a huge mess

14/04/2014
The wildly successful sale this week of billions of euros of newly minted Greek bonds has politicians and

Wealthiest Pay Higher Taxes With Scant U.S. Economic Harm

14/04/2014
As the political fight over raising taxes for high-income Americans fades away, so are predictions for negative
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