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Axa, Europe’s second-largest insurer, plans to invest €10 billion in infrastructure debt over the next five years as low interest rates push European (...)

Bank of Japan governor Haruhiko Kuroda  has left a  lending programme unchanged. Photograph: Yuya Shino/Reuters

Stocks, bonds and commodities fell around the world as Bank of Japan governor Haruhiko Kuroda left a lending programme unchanged, stoking concern cent(...)

German exports rose in April and imports surged even more, data showed today, suggesting Europe’s largest economy is regaining some momentum after it contracted at the end of 2012. Photograph: Tobias Schwarz/Files/Reuters.

German exports rose in April and imports surged even more, data showed today, suggesting Europe’s largest economy is regaining some momentum after it (...)

Markets across the world closed fairly flat yesterday, despite better than expected retail sales data in the US. (...)

European shares pulled back from five-year highs this morning, led lower by struggling lender Commerzbank. Photo: Bloomberg

European shares pulled back from five-year highs this morning, led lower by struggling lender Commerzbank and some technical selling on overbou(...)

People pass by a political poster reading:  “Troika out. Elections now. Turn the crisis around. Cut the debt and not the salaries”, on a street in Lisbon earlier today.  Photograph: Jose Manuel Ribeiro/Reuters

Portugal has issued its first new government bonds since requesting (...)

Markets in Ireland, Britain and Greece reopened yesterday following the bank holiday. Major indexes in Germany and the United States hit highs (...)

Commerzbank chief executive officer Martin Blessing is reducing employees across the firm and asking shareholders to contribute to a €2.5 billion capital increase to repay the German government and insurer Allianz. Photograph: Reuters/Lisi Niesner

Commerzbank, the German bank that received €18.2 billion in state aid, reported a loss for the second consecutive quarter after booking costs a(...)

A survey by Germany's Ifo think-tank showed business morale dropped for a second month in April, fuelling concerns about the health of the euro(...)

“It was the Irish government that imposed the farthest-reaching guarantee for its banking system at the start of the crisis – on its own initiative,” said German finance minister Wolfgang Schäuble. Photograph: Eric Luke

On a dismal Tuesday night, 600 Berliners have braved the snow and a bitter, Siberian wind to fill the Deutsches Theater. Six bankers prowl the (...)

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