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EUROPEAN BUSINESS NEWS

Punishing Italy for BMPS state bailout would be a ‘complete disaster’: Economist

European authorities could punish Italy for a state bailout of BMPS but such a decision would prolong the crisis.

Op-Ed: Merkel portrays herself as a safe pair of hands … with a small shift to the right

Angela Merkel got re-elected as leader of her CDU party while stressing that the world as we know it is falling apart.

Credit Suisse says to cut costs further, lowers targets

Credit Suisse on Wednesday announced more than 1 billion Swiss francs ($991 million) in extra cost cuts.

Merkel vows tougher stance on immigration, calls for ban on full-face Muslim veils

Merkel laid out her case for a fourth term as German chancellor on Tuesday, seeking to energise her conservatives.

Citi trader exacerbated October’s pound ‘flash crash’

Tokyo sell order flood helped drive sterling to 31-year low, says BoE.

ECB poised to extend its bond-buying program into next September amid heightened Italy risk

For Mario Draghi, the timing of Italian referendum and its outcome could not have come at a worse time.

A new wave of popular fury could hit Europe in 2017

There are at least 3 European elections in 2017: Germany, France, Netherlands & maybe Italy, The New York Times reports.

Italian interior minister sees new elections in February

Interior Minister Angelino Alfano: "I forecast there will be the will to go to elections in February."

Online trader IG loses a third of its value on stricter regulation

IG Group was the worst performing stock on Tuesday on tougher regulations on some financial products.

Greece could profit from Europe’s political turmoil but needs all the friends it can get: Economist

Political uncertainty across Europe could push the European Central Bank (ECB) to start buying Greek debt.

EU’s top Brexit negotiator says deal with UK must be agreed within 18 months

The top Brexit negotiator for the European Union has slapped a time limit on deal talks with the United Kingdom.

Alipay strikes deal with banks to expand into Europe; hints at Apple Pay rival

Ant Financial announced partnerships with European banks on Tuesday as it continues to expand in the region.

‘Friendly’ Trump positive for Russia investments as ‘hawks’ diminish: CFO of Moscow Exchange

The election of Donald Trump may change attitudes to investing in Russia, the CFO of the Moscow Exchange told CNBC.

Facebook joins the world’s largest start-up campus in Paris backed by a French billionaire

Facebook has joined a raft of major European VC firms on the world's largest start-up campus which is based in Paris.

UK should focus on its relationship with the EU before it deals with Trump: Ex-Bush aide

A post-Brexit government should focus on the EU before cementing ties with the US, an ex-Bush aide said.