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Can European banks be saved by fresh round of deal making?
The comparisons with US peers just got a lot harder for European banks after a strong showing from J.P. Morgan to kick off earnings season, but could there be fresh revenue on the way for European investment banks, even if it is of their own making?
European Union's chief negotiator warns no-deal Brexit more likely
Britain is becoming more likely to crash out of the European Union (EU) without a proper withdrawal agreement, the bloc’s chief Brexit negotiator.
European car sales in February offer hope for a turnaround
European car sales declined in February for the sixth straight month, although improvements in some of the biggest markets of Germany, France and the UK indicate a turnaround may be on the horizon.
India launches communication satellite GSAT-31 onboard European rocket
India launched its latest communication satellite GSAT-31 on a European launch services provider Arianespace rocket from French Guiana on Wednesday, local media reported.
European youth demonstrating to fight climate change
Demonstrations by junior high and high school students demanding the government do more to curb global warming have entered their fourth week in Belgium, attracting over 30,000 people in the latest rallies across the nation.
Doctor reveals European cities at risk of Ebola virus after suspected case
Ebola is a deadly virus infection that originated in Africa, and was responsible for a large outbreak in 2014. The European cities most at risk of Ebola symptoms have been revealed, after news of an outbreak scare in Sweden. Is the UK at risk of Ebola?
London remains top destination for European tech funding
London remained the top destination in Europe for technology investment in 2018, with nearly double the amount being plowed into companies in the British capital than nearest rival Berlin, data showed on Wednesday.
Trump administration snubs European diplomats in US: Officials
US President Donald Trump’s administration has lowered the status of the European Union’s diplomats in Washington without notifying Brussels, EU officials said on Tuesday.
Asian, European shares slump as trade truce doubts gather
Asian and European shares fell on Tuesday as relief over a pause in escalation of the trade war between the US and China gave way to doubt over the two countries’ ability to resolve differences.
Official: Major European bank keen on resuming Iran cooperation
Iran’s Bank Saman's CEO Seyyed Ahmad Taheri Behbahani said Sunday that the country has held several sessions with a major European bank during which the bank has voiced its readiness to resume cooperation with Iran in the face of US sanctions.
European politicians call for new sanctions on Russia over Ukraine crisis
The European Union says it will consider further sanctions against Russia next month following the seizure of three intruding Ukrainian military vessels in Russian waters.
European consumer groups want regulators to act against Google tracking
Consumer agencies in the Netherlands, Poland and five other European Union countries asked privacy regulators on Tuesday to take action against Google for allegedly tracking the movements of millions of users in breach of the bloc’s new privacy law.
European chipmakers see new growth drivers to weather volatile demand
European chipmakers tried to play down market concerns about a potential slowdown in global demand at an investor conference in Barcelona this week, striking an upbeat tone on orders from car and smartphone makers.
EU president slams UK insults on European bloc
European Council President Donald Tusk has blasted UK government officials for their lack of respect for the European Union amid tough negotiations on Britain's withdrawals from the bloc.

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