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  • BERLIN, April 1- A video showing the chaotic final seconds on board the Germanwings flight that crashed in the French Alps last week has been discovered near the site, Germany's Bild daily reported on Wednesday, saying it had seen the footage. The video was found on a mobile phone belonging to one of the passengers killed on the flight when German pilot Andreas...

  • DIARY- Top Economic Events to April 15 Tuesday, 31 Mar 2015 | 8:01 PM ET

    STONE MOUNTAIN, United States- Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco President John Williams moderates "Policy Session 3: Financial Stability: How Essential Should Financial Stability Be to Central Banks?" before the 2015 Financial Markets Conference hosted by the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta- 1230 GMT. STONE MOUNTAIN, United States- Federal Reserve Bank of...

  • This year, the U.S. dollar's relentless rise has forced some retailers in Europe and Canada to hike coffee prices, caving in to severe cost pressure even as concerns grow about declining demand. Germany's second-largest coffee roaster, Tchibo, raised prices on some of its 500 gram units by 20- 30 euro cents on March 2, spokesman Arnd Liedtke said.

  • BERLIN, March 31- The German pilot who crashed a plane in the French Alps last week, killing 150 people, told officials at a Lufthansa training school in 2009 that he had gone through a period of severe depression, the airline said on Tuesday. The statement is potentially damaging for the airline and its CEO Carsten Spohr, who told reporters last week that the carrier...

  • BUSINESS NEWS SCHEDULE AT 1830 GMT/2:30 PM ET Tuesday, 31 Mar 2015 | 2:30 PM ET

    Editor: Steve Orlofsky 1 646 223 6214. NEW YORK- U.S. consumer confidence rebounded strongly in March amid optimism over the labor market and home prices increased, hopeful signs that a recent sharp slowdown in economic activity will be temporary. NEW YORK- U.S. stocks decline in a retreat from the previous session's sharp rally, but major indexes remain on track...

  • Merkel and Hollande edge closer after tragedies Tuesday, 31 Mar 2015 | 1:13 PM ET

    *Berlin and Paris to step up cooperation on energy, drones. BERLIN, March 31- The leaders of Germany and France announced plans on Tuesday to work more closely on economic and security issues after years of strain, saying the tragedies of the Charlie Hebdo killings and air crash in the French Alps had brought them closer. Chancellor Angela Merkel and President...

  • BERLIN— Lufthansa says co-pilot informed flight school in 2009 he had a' serious depressive episode'.

  • ATHENS, Greece— Greece's new government disagrees with sanctions against Russia, and wants to boost trade ties with the country, Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras said before a visit to Moscow next week. The U.S. and the EU imposed crippling economic sanctions against Russia over its annexation of Ukraine's Crimean Peninsula and support for an insurgency in...

  • German jobless rate slips to 6.8 percent in March Tuesday, 31 Mar 2015 | 11:45 AM ET

    BERLIN— Germany's unemployment rate edged down to 6.8 percent in March as a traditional springtime uptick in hiring bolstered an already robust labor market in Europe's biggest economy. The Federal Labor Agency said Tuesday that the unadjusted jobless rate was down from 6.9 percent in February. Last week, a closely watched survey showed German business...

  • Germany, France, Italy plan to develop military drones Tuesday, 31 Mar 2015 | 10:48 AM ET

    BERLIN— The militaries of Germany and France plan to work together with Italy to develop surveillance drones that could also carry weapons. The U.S. practice of using drones for lethal strikes against terror suspects has caused unease in Germany. However, Merkel says she's confident there is "acceptance" in Germany for the idea of developing surveillance...

  • By Rahul Karunakar and Hari Kishan. March 31- Uncertainty surrounding the timing of the U.S. Chinese and most European stocks have led the way with a stellar run, buoyed by stimulus from the People's Bank of China and the European Central Bank.

  • Germany's Merkel says no time to lose on Greece Tuesday, 31 Mar 2015 | 9:36 AM ET

    BERLIN, March 31- German Chancellor Angela Merkel said on Tuesday that Greece needed to stick to its commitments and though there was some leeway for the new government to make some changes, it needed to fulfill the general framework of what had been agreed.

  • IBM plans an 'Internet of Things' unit for $3 billion Tuesday, 31 Mar 2015 | 9:26 AM ET
    A woman walks over a welcoming sign at the booth of IBM at the CeBIT trade fair in Hanover March 15, 2015.

    IBM says it is planning a new unit that will sell its expertise in gathering and analyzing real-time data.

  • LONDON, March 31- OPEC oil supply has jumped in March to its highest since October as Iraq's exports rebounded after bad weather and Saudi Arabia pumped at close to record rates, a Reuters survey found, a sign key members are sticking to their effort to regain market share. OPEC supply has risen in March to 30.63 million barrels per day from a revised 30.07 million...

  • ATHENS, Greece— Talks between Greece and its creditors have wrapped up for now without a deal to unlock remaining Greek bailout funds urgently needed to stave off a potential default. A Greek government official said Tuesday that the current phase of talks held in Brussels between Greece and its creditors at the European Central Bank, International Monetary...

  • COLOGNE, Germany, March 31- The strong finances of Germany's second-biggest supermarket group REWE mean it is well positioned to pounce on potential acquisitions, its chief executive said on Tuesday after profit grew faster than it expected in 2014.. Analysts have speculated that REWE might be interested in buying or being involved in an asset swap for some of...

  • BERLIN— A prominent opponent of Chancellor Angela Merkel's eurozone bailout policies has announced that he's stepping down as deputy leader of one of Germany's governing parties and giving up his parliamentary seat. Peter Gauweiler, who has repeatedly filed complaints to Germany's highest court against the bailout of Europe's strugglers, said Tuesday...

  • The airline said that as part of its internal research it found emails that Andreas Lubitz sent to the Lufthansa flight school in Bremen when he resumed his training there in 2009 after an interruption of several months. Authorities say the 27- year-old Lubitz, who in the past had been treated for suicidal tendencies, locked his captain out of the cockpit before...

  • *Greece lowers target for asset sales, proposes bad bank. ATHENS March 30- Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras on Monday appealed for an "honest compromise" with lenders but warned Greece would not agree to an "unconditional" one, after its biggest creditor demanded it do more to show commitment to reform. Athens could run out of cash by April 20, a source has previously said.

  • FRANKFURT, March 30- Germany's Allianz has estimated insurers will pay $300 million in claims and costs stemming from the crash of a Germanwings plane in the French Alps last week, insurance industry sources said on Monday. The initial estimate represents about 20 percent of the $1.5 billion in premiums in the global market for airline insurance.