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  • LUXEMBOURG, Oct 9-- European Union finance ministers met in Luxembourg on Tuesday to discuss issues including plans for a financial transactions tax among a core group of countries and progress towards setting up a single banking supervisor for the region. But Greece is saying itself it hasn't implemented them all.

  • LUXEMBOURG, Oct 9-- European Union finance ministers meet in Luxembourg on Tuesday to discuss issues including plans for a financial transactions tax among a core group of countries and progress towards setting up a single banking supervisor for the region. DUTCH FINANCE MINISTER JAN KEES DE JAGER.

  • PARIS, Oct 9- European stocks are set to inch higher on Tuesday, halting the previous session's sell-off as expectations mount of further stimulus measures from China, although gains could be limited by broad worries over global growth and on whether or not Spain will request a bailout. ,for Germany's DAX and for France's CAC were up 0.2-0.5 percent.

  • Greece: Merkel travels to eurozone fault line Tuesday, 9 Oct 2012 | 1:02 AM ET

    ATHENS, Greece-- German leader Angela Merkel arrived amid draconian security measures and a mass protest in Athens Tuesday for her first visit to Greece since the eurozone crisis began there three years ago.

  • Austria bourse fears new EU tax will sap trade Tuesday, 9 Oct 2012 | 12:11 AM ET

    VIENNA, Oct 9- Vienna's stock exchange said on Tuesday it feared losing even more trade as a result of a tax on financial transactions set to be introduced in Austria and some other euro zone countries.

  • Austria- based rubber and plastic products maker Semperit AG Holding wants to buy out Latexx Partners Bhd at 2.30 ringgit per share, in a deal that will propel the former into the world's second largest glove manufacturer. The offer price is a 28.5 percent premium to Latexx's last traded price of 1.79 ringgit before trading was suspended on Monday morning.

  • Hong Kong shares set for flat open or slight rise Monday, 8 Oct 2012 | 9:00 PM ET

    HONG KONG, Oct 9- Hong Kong shares were set for a flat to slightly higher open on Tuesday with investors focused on China's domestic markets for direction, after the International Monetary Fund said China's growth was expected to weaken to 7.8 percent this year.

  • The European Commission, which oversees EU competition policy, has expressed concerns that the planned 1.3 billion euro deal would eliminate one of Austria's four main telecoms providers.

  • U.S. collector slams "trophy hunters" inflating art Monday, 8 Oct 2012 | 11:26 AM ET

    *Benedict Silverman selling important art collection. LONDON, Oct 8- A U.S. art collector whose 20th century paintings from Germany and Austria are valued at more than 100 million pounds has attacked what he called "trophy hunters" who have driven prices higher and created a bubble in the market.

  • BRUSSELS, Oct 8- The EU's antitrust chief said on Monday he hoped that Hutchison 3 G would propose sufficient concessions to ease regulatory concerns and allow clearance of its bid for France Telecom's Orange Austria.

  • *Germany, others say Spain does not need financial help. LUXEMBOURG, Oct 8- Euro zone finance ministers delivered a united defence of Spain on Monday, saying the country was taking steps to overhaul its economy, funding itself successfully in the financial markets and did not need a bailout, at least for now.

  • Erste mulls selling loss-making Ukrainian unit Monday, 8 Oct 2012 | 10:39 AM ET

    KIEV, Oct 8- Austria's Erste Group Bank could decide by the end of the year to sell its loss-making Ukrainian unit. "Ukraine has not lived up to expectations of economic development and the group is considering the question of whether it should continue working on the Ukrainian market," Erste Bank spokeswoman Yelena Pavlovskaya said on Monday.

  • *Oil dips below $112 as World Bank cuts Asian growth outlook. LONDON, Oct 8- Stocks and oil prices fell on Monday after the World Bank cut its growth forecast for China, adding to concerns about the outlook for the global economy and corporate earnings.

  • Skydiver eyes record-breaking jump over NM Monday, 8 Oct 2012 | 8:44 AM ET

    ROSWELL, N.M.-- Experienced skydiver and extreme athlete Felix Baumgartner hopes to take the leap of his life on Tuesday, attempting the highest, fastest free fall in history. Rigged with cameras, the 43- year-old former military parachutist from Austria is scheduled to jump from a balloon-hoisted capsule 23 miles near Roswell on Tuesday morning.

  • *Austria, OMV say no talk of MOL exit from Nabucco. VIENNA, Oct 8- The partners in Azerbaijan's Shah Deniz II gas field are in talks to take a stake in the Nabucco consortium that is competing to build the first pipeline to deliver Azeri gas to Europe, Austria's economy and energy minister said on Monday.

  • Shah Deniz II in talks for Nabucco stake -Austria Monday, 8 Oct 2012 | 7:44 AM ET

    VIENNA, Oct 8- The partners in Azerbaijan's Shah Deniz II gas field are in talks to take a stake in the Nabucco consortium that is competing to build the first pipeline to deliver Azeri gas to Europe, Austria's economy and energy minister said on Monday.

  • *Oil dips below $112 as World Bank cuts Asian growth outlook. Several big companies, including FedEx and Hewlett-Packard, have issued profit warnings before the earnings season which starts on Tuesday.

  • *World Bank says China economic slowdown could get worse. The World Bank on Monday cut its economic growth forecasts for East Asia and the Pacific region, home to two of the world's largest oil consumers, and said there was a risk the slowdown in China could be deeper and more prolonged than expected.

  • Hutchison, EU to talk on Orange Austria bid-source Monday, 8 Oct 2012 | 6:01 AM ET

    BRUSSELS, Oct 8- Hutchison 3 G will seek to convince doubting EU regulators of the merits of its 1.3- billion-euro bid for France Telecom's.

  • *World Bank says China economic slowdown could get worse. LONDON, Oct 8- Brent crude oil fell below $111 per barrel on Monday on concerns slower economic growth would curb oil demand, but supply worries stemming from tension in the Middle East helped check losses.