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EU issues 'green' investment guide to help combat climate change

18 Jun 2019

BRUSSELS The European Commission sought to boost the flow of private money to tackle climate change on Tuesday by publishing guidelines on what qualifies as environmentally friendly investment, in a move welcomed by the financial industry.

German-French rift likely to impede EU jobs deal this week

18 Jun 2019

LUXEMBOURG/BRUSSELS European Union leaders are unlikely to agree on names for the bloc's top jobs when they meet in Brussels this Thursday, diplomats and officials said, citing a rift between Germany and France as well as unresolved talks between political groupings.

REFILE-German-French rift likely to impede EU jobs deal this week

18 Jun 2019

LUXEMBOURG/BRUSSELS/BERLIN, June 18 European Union leaders are unlikely to agree on names for the bloc's top jobs when they meet in Brussels this Thursday, diplomats and officials said, citing a rift between Germany and France.

Euro zone takes small step on integration, but not on key ideas

14 Jun 2019

LUXEMBOURG European Union finance ministers took small steps towards deeper euro zone economic integration on Friday, but they failed to agree on key aspects of a planned euro zone budget, in a blow to French President Emmanuel Macron, who championed the idea. | Video

EU steps up pressure over Italy debt, flags stability concerns

13 Jun 2019

LUXEMBOURG The European Union's push to bring Italy into line with the bloc's fiscal rules intensified on Thursday as top officials called for new measures to address budget shortfalls and raised concerns for the euro zone's stability from Rome's high debt.

EU steps up pressure over Italy debt, flags stability concerns

13 Jun 2019

LUXEMBOURG The European Union's push to bring Italy into line with the bloc's fiscal rules intensified on Thursday as top officials called for new measures to address budget shortfalls and raised concerns for the euro zone's stability from Rome's high debt.

Fresh push needed on deeper euro zone integration: EU executive

12 Jun 2019

BRUSSELS European governments should make a fresh push for deeper euro zone integration, especially on a bank deposit guarantee scheme where almost no progress has been made, the European Commission said on Wednesday.

G20 finance chiefs express concern over risks from 'intensified' trade conflict

09 Jun 2019

FUKUOKA, Japan Group of 20 finance leaders on Sunday said that trade and geopolitical tensions have "intensified", raising risks to improving global growth, but they stopped short of calling for a resolution of a deepening U.S.-China trade conflict.

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