Germany has denied reports that it was preparing to rescue its biggest lender, Deutsche Bank, amid concern over a new systemic crisis in Europe.
A feud between MEPs and the EU commission is threatening to derail financial services regulation that would protect consumers from misleading investment products.
Journalists urged MEPs on Tuesday to crack down on tax evaders and money launderers, but EU states are reluctant to let a new inquiry do its work.
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Volkswagen commits to an EU "action plan" announced last week, and promises to set up a single website to give details on cars fitted with software to cheat emissions tests.
The measure is part of a bill that will allow Greece to receive a €2.8 billion tranche of EU aid.
EU and US sanctions are draining money from Russian companies and from its state aid fund, US research shows.
While the debate has escalated about China’s steel overcapacity, it is not exactly new. The first postwar steel crisis occurred in the US and Europe. Beijing seeks to avoid a deja vu of bad policies.
EU trade ministers said it was not realistic to finalise talks on the TTIP trade treaty before the end of the year. But they agreed to a similar deal with Canada and will take steps to have it ratified.
Future of CETA largely hangs on the support of Europe’s social democrats. Canada’s trade minister has been touring hotspots of scepticism to convince them that the deal is progressive.
The European Investment Bank lent billions to carmakers, in part to clean up diesel cars. But diesel cars are still dirty, prompting questions if the money was well spent.
Neelie Kroes held a secret offshore company but did not declare it during her 10 years as an EU commissioner, leaked documents from Bahamas show.
After an embarrassing U-turn last week, the EU commission has proposed to abolish roaming charges by June next year. Only "abusive" clients to pay.
The EU executive has launched an investigation into a tax that targets big supermarkets and helps finance Poland's baby subsidy.
In the wake of Apple's record-breaking tax bill, EU finance ministers are giving more support to the idea of strengthening corporate tax legislation.
Anti-poverty activists in Ireland say the government's decision to appeal an EU commission order for Apple to pay back €13 billion undermines its moral authority.
Left-wing Greek PM is hosting southern leaders to push growth and employment up the EU agenda, but German conservatives worry the new bloc could prove divisive.
“London's financial services market supports the real economy across Europe, not just in the UK,” said finance minister Hammond.
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The eurodeputies say they will push for more protection for whistleblowers and call for an investigation into links between Luxembourg's tax authorities and companies.
European consumer groups met in Brussels to discuss strategy and tactics on how to have Volkswagen Group compensate owners of cars with cheating software.
The European Parliament hosted a support event for Morocco’s government days before a legal opinion is issued on a controversial EU-Moroccan trade deal.
EU commission proposal to give mobile phone operators exceptions to the ban on roaming was immediately criticised. It is, however, quite understandable.
EU commission trying to help consumers seek compensation from Volkswagen, whose emissions cheating appears to have breached two EU laws.
Washington and Tokyo say trade relations with the EU are more important to them than those with Britain in the context of Brexit.
Ireland has decided to appeal the EU's €13-billion Apple ruling, while narrowly avoiding a government split, as it seeks to save face and protect its tax perks.
The EU commission published its first blacklist under new legislation in July. MEPs gave their OK, but want the second list to be longer.
Ireland’s coalition government has so far failed to agree how to handle the European Commission’s €13-billion Apple tax ruling.
Competition commissioner Margrethe Vestager rejects accusations that the €13 billion sanction against Apple was politically motivated.
MEPs' first exchange of views on CETA revealed that the socialist block is still undecided on the deal, and Canada's visa obligation for Bulgarian and Romanian citizens looks like a major stumbling block.
Greece believes it is on track to agree the next disbursement of its bailout by the end of September, pending agreement on labour market reforms.
The EU executive's order that Apple pays unpaid taxes has been slammed as unfair and dangerous for business.
The French president has joined a growing list of people to brand the TTIP talks a failure, but the EU Commission says talks will go on.