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  • Schaeuble says 'too many' EU finance ministers push for public investments

    BERLIN (Reuters) - German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble said "too many" of his European Union colleagues believed an investment shortfall in the region should be corrected with public investments. He was speaking at a conference also due to be...
  • France's Moscovici set for EU economy role, under supervision

    BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Former French finance minister Pierre Moscovici has a "good chance" of being named to the European Commission's top economic and monetary job, a French diplomatic source said on Monday, as attention turned to the line-up of the next...
  • As ECB agonizes over QE, markets are already half way there

    LONDON (Reuters) - The European Central Bank has talked up the chances of launching a bond-buying program to ward off deflation and having led markets down that path there could be a serious adverse reaction if it does not follow through. ECB President...
  • Bracing for debt troubles as Ukraine gloom deepens

    LONDON/KIEV (Reuters) - Global investors' view of Ukrainian bonds as a relatively safe bet anchored by Western support is taking a battering as the country's economic gloom deepens, with many starting to brace for some form of debt restructuring. Fund...
  • Hectic pace of Spanish bank deals to slow after Barclays sale

    MADRID (Reuters) - Barclays' sale of its Spanish banking business to Caixabank looks set to mark the end of a hectic first round of consolidation in the country's finance industry as it emerges from the financial crisis. Barcelona-based Caixabank -...
  • Suburban poverty grows beyond Ferguson

    The fires of Ferguson, Mo., run counter to the narrative about suburbia, the story Americans tell themselves about strip malls and rolling lawns, about McMansions and upward mobility. Instead, the unrest in the St. Louis suburb after the shooting of an...
  • Factory activity in Europe, Asia cools; demand lull a concern

    BANGALORE/SYDNEY (Reuters) - Factory activity in Europe and Asia cooled in August after a strong July, as new orders dwindled in the face of escalating tensions in Ukraine and a patchy recovery in China, purchasing managers indexes showed. Despite euro...
  • KPMG refuses to approve BES accounts, warns of further loss

    LISBON (Reuters) - Auditor KPMG has refused to approve bailed-out Banco Espirito Santo's first-half report and accounts, published on Monday, citing the bank's failure to provide adequate information on its financial position and also warned of possible...
  • Putin says spending from Russia's sovereign fund can't be raised: Interfax

    MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russia cannot spend more of the $83 billion parked in its National Wealth Fund (NWF), President Vladimir Putin said on Monday, after the government recently raised the cap on how much of the fund can be used for domestic investments....
  • Twenty years on, Schaeuble pleads again for core Europe

    PARIS (Reuters) - German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble renewed a call for a core group of European Union countries to move ahead faster with economic and political integration, 20 years after his ground-breaking proposal fell on deaf ears in key...
  • Investing: Juice up your cash returns

    Cash has its virtues. It lets you sleep better. And everyone eventually needs some liquid currency, whether it's to pay for a minor aggravation (say, to fix a fender bender) or a major one (the car was totaled). By design, I keep 10 percent of my IRA in...