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05:02, 24 February 2017 Friday
Germany sees record budget surplus as criticism mounts

The country's federal, state and local governments together achieved an overall surplus in their public finances of 23.7 billion euros ($25 billion) last year, according to Germany's statistics office Destatis.

11:20, 23 February 2017 Thursday
Turkish lira hits 6-week high against US dollar

Exchange rate dipped to as low as 3.5756 points, lowest figure since Jan 4.

08:50, 23 February 2017 Thursday
Turkish tram maker gets 10M development bank loan

European bank finances Turkey's Bozankaya, public transportation vehicles producer, to produce metro trains for Thailand

11:23, 22 February 2017 Wednesday
British bank Lloyds says net profit rockets to 2 0bn

Net profit surged more than four times to £2.0 billion ($2.5 billion, 2.4 billion euros) in 2016 compared with net profit of £466 million a year earlier, LBG said in an earnings release.

14:20, 21 February 2017 Tuesday
Analysts forecast further Turkish lira appreciation

Turkish lira becomes best performing emerging-market currency against U.S. dollar over last 3 weeks

12:32, 20 February 2017 Monday
ITC trade figure warns against Trump protectionism

ITC Executive Director Arancha Gonzalez says such moves would create 'snowball effect' of instability  

08:42, 20 February 2017 Monday
Global arms trade highest since Cold War

Aude Fleurant, head of the armaments program at Sipri, told AFP that "competition is fierce among European producers" with France, Germany and Britain in the lead. 

14:43, 19 February 2017 Sunday
Peugeot to keep German jobs if it buys Opel report

PSA, the parent company of France's Peugeot, Citroen and DS, has confirmed it is interested in taking over Opel, the German arm of US giant General Motors.

09:36, 18 February 2017 Saturday
Southern Gas Corridor to be finalized by 2020

Progress has been made in Southern Gas Corridor project , says Azerbaijani president

10:40, 16 February 2017 Thursday
Dollar equities stutter in Asia after Trump rally

Another positive assessment of the US economy and reassurance over tax reform from President Donald Trump was not enough to spur further buying in Asia after the past week's rally.

15:23, 15 February 2017 Wednesday
European Parliament approves trade deal with Canada

Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA) could provisionally apply from as early as April

14:18, 15 February 2017 Wednesday
UK employment rate sees record high

New data comes ahead of plans to start Brexit negotiations

11:39, 15 February 2017 Wednesday
Euronext says profits up despite difficult environment

Investor confidence had taken a knock from political uncertainty and volatility related to Britain's shock decision to quit the European Union and the election of Donald Trump as US president, Euronext said.

06:25, 15 February 2017 Wednesday
Central bankers take up arms against protectionism

Both Germany and Japan stand to suffer if the US goes the protectionist route, as Trump has lashed out at both with accusations they are manipulating exchange rates to make their exports cheaper.

14:31, 14 February 2017 Tuesday
Ukraine's economy grows by nearly five percent

The State Statistics Service said gross domestic product (GDP) growth reached 4.7 percent between October and December 2016 compared to the same period a year earlier.

09:45, 14 February 2017 Tuesday
Asian markets retreat after Trump rally

Markets around the world last week resumed their Trump rally after the tycoon promised to unveil details of tax reform, while also softening his stance against key trade partners China and Japan.

15:46, 13 February 2017 Monday
Fresh US drilling capping oil price OPEC

In its latest oil market report, the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries said its members last month reduced output by 890,000 barrels per day according to secondary sources.

08:40, 13 February 2017 Monday
France calls on Germany to hike investment spending

The European Commission and the International Monetary Fund (IMF) are among those who have called on Germany to boost internal consumption, which would spur sluggish growth in the EU.

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