TECH SAVVY: The Samsung Galaxy S6 is presented during the 2015 Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. The Congress is the world's biggest mobile fair and will showcase cutting-edge products and technologies. (LLuis Gene, AFP)
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German Finance Minister has urged the new Greek government to use a four-month extension it obtained for its financial rescue to implement its reform plan.
Asian markets have mostly risen after China cut interest rates at the weekend, while better-than-forecast US economic data helped push the dollar up against the yen.
Oil prices have stabilised in Asia following sharp gains as dealers predicted the end of volatile trading and the beaten-down commodity bottoming out.
Germany's Federal Environment Agency says it may impose a tax on Coca-Cola to discourage it from increasing the use of disposable bottles.
Australia, Malaysia and Indonesia will be trialling a world first system that increases the tracking of aircraft over remote oceans.
The New York state financial regulator has subpoenaed three major European banks and a US peer in a probe of foreign-exchange rigging, sources say.
Iran has regularly cut access to Facebook and Twitter, but it it will now allow the services of internet giants like Google if they respect its cultural rules.
More than one in 10 people picked for the top jobs in British finance pull out during a regulatory vetting process which has got tougher since the financial crisis.