Germany might quit its decade long policy against borrowing to beat recession

For the first time since the economic slowdown has hit the country, German Finance Minister, Olaf…

Merkel-Johnson leaves “ample scope” for a new deal Brexit

On Wednesday, Britain’s newly elected prime minister, Boris Johnson, met German Chancellor Angela Merkel in Berlin…

Amazon found a way to dodge France ‘digital tax’

Since the announcement of the France’s ‘digital tax’, Amazon has severely criticised it as ‘poorly constructed…

Rising insecurity among investors brings European stocks to a new low

Stocks around the world showed signs of slight recovery except for Europe where the markets hit…

UK government fast-tracked spending round for September to focus on Brexit pledges

The newly elected UK government announced that it would undertake a fast-track spending review in September…

British Steel on sale, Turkish investment group appears to be the most likely buyer

British Steel is rumoured to have found its potential buyer in Turkish investment group, Ataer Holdings.…

Recession fears make way for bearish market, yet EU stocks might yield more

Recession forces loom over global economy amid the ongoing trade war between US and China and…

EU public poll ranks migration and climate change more worrying issues than economy

The European Union’s biannual public poll, Eurobarometer, revealed that the citizens of the 28-nation bloc joined…

Miracle needed for EU-Switzerland to renew trade agreement

A standoff between the European Union and Switzerland has led to disruption of share trading between…

Europe backs Kristalina Georgieva to head IMF

On Friday, European Union voted for Kristalina Georgieva, over former Netherlands finance minister Jeroen Dijsselbloem, to…