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India sells 10% stake in biggest coal producer

Jan 30 2015 18:00

The Indian government has sold a 10% stake in state-run Coal India in the biggest offering ever on the domestic equity market.


Greece will stay in eurozone: French PM

Jan 30 2015 11:15

French Prime Minister Manuel Valls has sought to reassure Chinese concerns about the eurozone, insisting that Greece will stay part of the single currency.


Greece set for first debt reduction talks

Jan 30 2015 11:15

Greece's new anti-austerity government is set to hold its first talks with its eurozone partners about a reduction in the massive debts linked to its €240bn bailout.

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Greece won't curb all-inclusive resorts

Jan 30 2015 12:15

New Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras has declared war on popular packages after the tourism minister promises to curb all-inclusive resorts.


EU wins Greek backing to extend Russia sanctions

Jan 30 2015 09:39

European Union foreign ministers have extended existing sanctions against Russia, holding off on tighter economic measures.


Low gas prices seen fuelling US consumer spending

Jan 30 2015 09:12

The US economy has likely grown at a brisk clip as lower petrol prices buoyed consumer spending, in a show of resilience despite a darkening global outlook.


Carlsberg to close two breweries in Russia

Jan 29 2015 20:00

Danish brewer Carlsberg says it is closing two of its 10 breweries in Russia, citing lower demand due to the country's weakened economy.


Danish central bank pushes new deposit rate cut

Jan 29 2015 19:00

Denmark's central bank has announced its third deposit rate cut of 0.15 percentage points this month, aimed at offsetting an appreciation of the krone.


Germany sets record for wind-turbine installations

Jan 29 2015 16:00

German construction of wind turbines have reached a record high in 2014, with the equivalent of three nuclear reactors brought on stream, a trade association says.

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E-cigs take global nicotine market by storm

Jan 29 2015 12:25

E-cigarettes have taken the global nicotine market by storm, slowing the $2.4bn in global sales of traditional aids like nicotine patches and gums


German union stages warning strikes

Jan 29 2015 13:15

Thousands of engineering workers on night shift across Germany have walked out over a wage dispute, says Germany's biggest trade union.

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