Posts Tagged ‘Europe’

Asia shares drift lower on Europe concerns

Carmakers lose ground on fears that debt crisis will curb Asian exports to the eurozone View full post on UK Business Stories

QUIET STORM AHEAD

The week ahead on Wall Street could be a choppy one, as investors remain worried about the debt crisis in Europe. View full post on Business Stories

In Debt Crisis Deal, Europe Unites Behind Germany

Leaders of most European countries agreed to sign a treaty that would require them to enforce stricter fiscal discipline in their future budgets. View full post on Business Stories

EU pushes banks to find extra €106bn by June

Europe’s banks will be pushed to find about €106bn as part of a scheme to bolster defences of the banking system View full post on UK Business Stories

Stocks end higher Friday on Europe hopes and strong earnings

Diane Alter – AHN News Reporter NYC, NY, United States (AHN) – The Dow Jones Industrial Average soared 2.3 percent, or 267.01 points on Friday ahead of a key euro zone summit over the weekend that investors hope will lead to a resolve to the euro zone sovereign debt crisis and was also buoyed by […]

Banks to overhaul global pay structures

The world’s biggest investment banks seek to differentiate between bankers based in Europe and those who work elsewhere after a European clampdown on bonuses View full post on UK Business Stories

Merkel rejects debt crisis proposals

German chancellor says EU’s €440bn rescue fund is big enough and that the bloc’s treaties does not allow for the creation of a Europe-wide bond View full post on UK Business Stories

Europe’s leaders at odds over bond plan

Europe’s leaders face fresh splits over how to tackle the eurozone’s crisis after being urged to create a market for joint European government bonds View full post on UK Business Stories

Israeli, Palestinian Ministers Trade Blame For Stalled Peace Process

The Media Line Staff Jerusalem, Israel David Rosenberg – Israel Industry, Trade and Labor Minister Binyamin Ben-Eliezer and his Palestinian counterpart, Economic Minister Dr. Hassan Abu-Libdeh, sought to tackle a host of economic issues in a private meeting in Jerusalem on Wednesday, but the two agreed that economic cooperation couldn’t substitute for a peace agreement. […]

Unemployment Rises in Europe

Unemployment in the euro zone rose in October to its highest level in more than 12 years, threatening to defeat efforts to turn around stagnant economies at a time of tight budgets. View full post on Business Stories