Greece Optimistic On Deal With Euro Zone Next Week
March 26 2015 7:03 AM EDT
The reforms are a sensitive issue for Alexis Tsipras's left-wing government, which came to power in January pledging to end austerity.
Greece Could Run Out Of Cash By April 20, Scrambles On Reforms
March 25 2015 3:58 AM EDT
Greece has received two bailouts worth $262 billion since 2010 but its economy has shrunk, partly due to austerity measures imposed by lenders.
US House Urges Arms For Ukraine
March 23 2015 10:49 PM EDT
The House has approved a resolution that asks President Obama to provide military support to Ukraine in its fight against pro-Russian separatists.
EU Exit Could Cost Britain $82B A Year: Report
March 23 2015 8:02 AM EDT
Britain's GDP would suffer if it failed to strike a free trade deal with Europe from outside the EU, according to a think tank report.
Greek PM Warns Merkel Of 'Impossible' Debt Obligation
March 23 2015 7:11 AM EDT
The Greek PM has said his country was committed to fulfilling its obligations in good faith and to close cooperation with its partners.
British EU Exit Could Hit GDP By 2.2%: Study
March 23 2015 6:26 AM EDT
The prospect of Britain breaking away has moved up the agenda in tandem with a surge in support for anti-EU party UKIP.
Fed's Mester Urges Shift In Forward Guidance Role
March 23 2015 6:20 AM EDT
Cleveland Fed President Loretta Mester was speaking at a bankers' conference in Paris on Monday.
ADB, IMF, World Bank To Work With China-Led Development Fund
March 22 2015 10:47 AM EDT
IMF Managing Director Christine Lagarde says the fund would be “delighted” to work with the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank.
UN Warns Of Severe Global Water Deficit By 2030
March 21 2015 2:25 AM EDT
In 15 years, the world might be left with only 60 percent of the water it needs, according to a new U.N. report.
British Public Finances Sharply Improve In February
March 21 2015 2:10 AM EDT
Chancellor George Osborne could beat his government borrowing target for this year after public finances improved sharply last month.
Greek PM Assures EU Creditors Of Reforms
March 20 2015 5:21 AM EDT
Athens has been kept from bankruptcy by two bailouts since the global financial crisis, but now risks running out of money within weeks.
Tunisia's Tourism Industry Was Recovering, Until Now
March 19 2015 3:41 PM EDT
A vital sector could face lasting repercussions from Wednesday's massacre at a national museum in Tunis.
EU To Tell Greece Time, Patience Running Out
March 19 2015 6:37 AM EDT
Greece now risks running out of cash within weeks if it does not receive more aid.
Another Strike Hits German Air Carrier
March 18 2015 11:40 AM EDT
Lufthansa grounds hundreds of flights Wednesday because of its latest labor dispute.
Greek PM To Address Country's Cash Crunch At EU Leaders' Summit
March 18 2015 7:09 AM EDT
Greece and its lenders began talks last week to try and agree on the details of a common set of reforms.
UK Earnings Growth Slows In January, Jobless Rate Stable
March 18 2015 6:45 AM EDT
The opposition Labour Party says the recovery is too little, too late for many workers.
UK Chancellor Readies Final Budget Before Knife-Edge Election
March 18 2015 3:22 AM EDT
George Osborne has said he will not indulge in pre-election gimmicks and will stick to tough spending cuts if David Cameron is re-elected.
European Car Sales Improving, With ‘Artificial Support’
March 17 2015 10:53 AM EDT
European car sales jumped in February, thanks in part to ‘tactical sales’ and Spain’s version of ‘cash for clunkers.’
UK To Raise Minimum Wage By 3%, Biggest Rise Since 2008
March 17 2015 12:56 AM EDT
The Labour party wants to raise the minimum wage to 8 pounds (about $11.86) by 2020.
Indian Firms Will Miss Deadline To Appoint Women To Boards
March 16 2015 11:42 AM EDT
Hundreds of publicly traded Indian companies have yet to fill corporate board seats with women despite law passed in August 2013.