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  • Exclusive: With Baker Hughes, Halliburton cements leading North Dakota role

    By Ernest Scheyder WILLISTON N.D. (Reuters) - Halliburton Co's $35 billion takeover of Baker Hughes Inc will create an oilfield services powerhouse in North Dakota with more than half the cementing market and a leading position in fracking, according to...
  • EU investment plan to take shape next week

    By Jan Strupczewski and Alastair Macdonald BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Jean-Claude Juncker will unveil a much anticipated 300-billion-euro ($370 billion) investment plan on Wednesday that is meant to trigger economic growth in the European Union. With Europe's...
  • Iran rejects West's pressure on nuclear probe, offers site access

    VIENNA (Reuters) - Iran dismissed Western suspicions of atomic bomb research as "wrong and fabricated" on Thursday and said it would be ready to prove this by giving the U.N. nuclear agency access to a site where explosives experiments allegedly had taken...
  • Britain withdraws legal challenge to EU bank bonus cap

    LONDON (Reuters) - Britain said on Thursday that it was withdrawing its legal challenge to a European Union limit on bankers' bonuses after its attempt to block the regulation was earlier rejected by an adviser to the EU's top court. "I'm not going to...
  • Merkel's tough words for Putin

    Merkel's tough words for Putin
    Russian President Vladimir Putin bolted early from last weekend's world economic summit because, well, he had a long flight ahead to Moscow and he wanted to be fresh at work on Monday and you know how it is. Or maybe there was another reason for Putin's...
  • UK concedes defeat in bid to block EU bank bonus limit

    BRUSSELS/LONDON (Reuters) - Britain suffered an embarrassing defeat in its attempt to block the European Union's new limits on bank bonuses on Thursday, withdrawing its legal challenge after an adviser to the bloc's top court made clear it was unlikely to...
  • Election, EU uncertainty to add risk to British markets

    LONDON (Reuters) - Investors in British assets may be headed for a year of uncertainty as the developed world's second fastest growing economy faces something more usually associated with emerging markets: political risk. The outcome of a national...
  • Special Report: Crimean savers ask: Where's our money?

    SIMFEROPOL Crimea (Reuters) - Outside a high-rise building on the outskirts of this disputed region's capital, a steady stream of frustrated residents exited a government office, clutching folders of bank records and shaking their heads in disgust.    ...
  • EU still considering fining France over budget rules

    BRUSSELS (Reuters) - EU officials are considering fining France for failing to cut its budget deficit, although the euro zone's second biggest economy, a driving force in the creation of the shared currency, could yet be spared the unprecedented...
  • Hungary's Orban: we'll choose our own path in ties with Russia

    BUDAPEST (Reuters) - Hungary's Prime Minister Viktor Orban, seen by some in Brussels and Washington as cozying up to the Kremlin, said his country would not be forced to pick one side or another in a Cold War-style standoff in Europe. Offering...
  • A look at who loses as oil prices keep plunging

    WASHINGTON The rapid plunge in oil and gasoline prices means huge savings for American consumers, but the steep downward swing may ultimately prove dangerously disruptive to energy-producing countries and companies. If prices remain low for a...