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Eurogroup chief Jeroen Dijsselbloem has told Greece that euro zone finance ministers will meet on May 9 to discuss its bailout, an official said.
The president of the ECB has hit back at his German critics, saying that criticism of the bank could ultimately damage the euro zone's economy.
VW is accused of manipulating emissions test data on its diesel vehicles in the US and Europe.
British "challenger" bank Tandem is to kick off a £1 million ($1.46 million) crowdfunding drive in a bid to get attract customers.
Euro zone finance ministers are expected to meet in the new few weeks to discuss Greece as the country falls out, yet again, with its lenders.
China's practice of offering subsidies to local aluminum producers is creating an unfair environment for U.S. and European producers
Smokers looking to quit tobacco should switch to e-cigarettes, despite the product's controversy, a U.K. medical body has advised.
Renowned for its bagless vacuum cleaners, U.K.-based Dyson is using its technical expertise to entice a whole new market: hair and personal care.
Greece accused the International Monetary Fund on Wednesday of undermining efforts to broker an accord over its funding options.
PSA Peugeot Citroen PSA posts a 1.4 percent drop in first-quarter group sales, dragged down by negative currency effects.
Net adjusted profit of $1.6 billion fell 37 percent compared with the same quarter in 2015.
Increasing sales of new products and growing demand for vaccines and consumer healthcare goods helped lift GlaxoSmithKline's sales figures 8 percent.
Group pretax profit drops 25 percent to £793 million but Barclays says it's making "good progress" in concentrating on its core business.
Quitting the European Union would be a “tax” on the U.K. economy, the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development warned on Wednesday.
If you need divine guidance on which way to vote in the U.K. referendum on EU membership, the Church of England has released a prayer to help.
The U.K. economy posts a slowdown in growth in the first quarter.
Hardly any of the recent migrants arriving in Europe have been integrated in the labor market, according to recent figures.
Real estate is a prime play for sovereign wealth funds as stocks remain unpredictable, an expert on public asset ownership revealed.
In an effort to combat smog levels, Paris will ban cars driving down its iconic Champs-Elysees Avenue on the first Sunday of every month.
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