Today @ 09:28
MEPs and ministers have agreed new rules to rescue insolvent banks that would target bondholders not savers, following the final round of talks in Strasbourg.
22.11.13 @ 17:37
29.10.13 @ 09:00
08.10.13 @ 12:15
03.10.13 @ 09:05
11.12.13 @ 09:29
EU finance ministers have edged closer to a deal on how to wind up stricken banks, following 12 hours of talks in Brussels.
10.12.13 @ 09:25
EU governments have agreed on reforms to stop social dumping and exploitation of people relocated to another member state by their employer on short-term contracts.
04.12.13 @ 19:02
Eight European banks have been fined €1.7 billion after the EU commission found they took part in cartels on financial derivatives.
10.12.13 @ 09:29
After being fined for rate-fixing and convicted for deceiving customers, Deutsche Bank finds itself embroiled in a new scandal: hiring the offspring of Chinese politicians in return for contracts.
09.12.13 @ 10:32
The surprise world trade deal agreed over the weekend in Bali is expected to be a boost for strong exporting EU nations like Germany and Britain.
01.12.13 @ 08:43
More than 75 percent of Europe's banking millionaires are based in the UK, according to a report by the EU's bank watchdog.
29.11.13 @ 17:54
Unemployment in the eurozone fell for the first time since February 2011, according to figures released on Friday.
25.11.13 @ 18:46
The European Commission has unveiled plans to clamp down on tax 'freeloaders' in its latest bid to target corporate tax avoidance.
23.11.13 @ 08:51
Spain and Italy were on Friday given extra chances to show they can meet the EU's deficit and debt targets.
21.11.13 @ 09:25
French official Daniele Nouy is set to become the EU's first bank supervisor after being formally nominated by the ECB.
28.11.13 @ 09:30
The Greek economy will stay in recession in 2014 for the seventh consecutive year, according to the OECD.
26.11.13 @ 10:48
The World Trade Organisation has confirmed the EU's controversial ban on seal products, ruling that the ban was a response to "moral concerns."
22.11.13 @ 09:20
EU officials are celebrating Ireland's bailout exit, but it still has enormous debt, high unemployment and record emigration.
19.11.13 @ 09:29
EU officials are putting flesh on the bones of a German idea of "reform contracts," but it is going to be a hard sell.
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