Hollande calls on companies and investors to join in 'fighting climate change'.
Currency market players 'would see opportunities' in central bank's measures, billionaire currency investor warns.
Schauble denies reports Berlin has prepared for the possibility Greece may leave the euro if Syriza party wins Greek elections.
Support for Russian companies, small businesses and social spending make up bulk of new measures aimed at supporting ailing Russian economy.
In just seven days the central bank spent nearly $7bn of its reserves.
Saudi-led OPEC has kept output steady in fight for market share
The site is on 233 hectares of reclaimed land in the capital, Colombo. Under the proposed deal, 108 hectares would be given to the Chinese firm, including 20 hectares on an outright basis and the rest on a 99-year lease.
The ECB said it would purchase sovereign debt from this March until the end of September 2016, despite opposition from Germany's Bundesbank
President pushes currency, fuel reforms for ailing Venezuela
All eyes on size, details of expected stimulus programme, Greek banks bounce as emergency line granted.
Greek government officials argued that they only needed to find additional cuts worth about 500 million euros.
Former U.S Treasury secretary: "Europe is not growing and is on the brink of deflating."
Gold appreciation picks up in reaction to weakening global growth prospects made by international finance institutes
The list of places where distrust among the general population is now dominant includes the United States, Japan, Germany, France, Britain, Italy, Russia and Turkey.
Although Q4 growth slightly better than expected at 7.3 pct y/y, China economy grows 7.4 pct in 2014, slowest in 24 years
EU’s relations with Russia can only change if the Minsk agreement is implemented, says EU foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini.
Anti-globalization campaigners to stage final protest at meeting of world elite in Swiss resort.
Oxfam warns of widening inequality gap, days ahead of Davos economic summit in Switzerland
The two main indexes both fell 7.7 percent, their biggest losses since June 2008
Netanyahu cast his courting of China, India and Japan over the past two years as a partial response to European developments
The government said it would review a $1.5 billion port deal with China Communication Construction Co Ltd over concerns about the Chinese company getting land on a freehold basis in a high-security zone.