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EUROPEAN BUSINESS NEWS

EU warns Syria crisis at ‘breaking point’, boosts aid

The European Commission announced on Sunday an additional 65 million euros in aid for Syrian refugees and internally displaced, warning the crisis is "already at breaking point".

EU warns Syria crisis at ‘breaking point’, boosts aid

The European Commission announced on Sunday an additional 65 million euros in aid for Syrian refugees and internally displaced, warning the crisis is "already at breaking point".

Latvia on target for 2014 eurozone bid: statistics

Eurozone hopeful Latvia was boosted on Friday by economic data which suggested that its bid to adopt the single currency in January was firmly on track.

Britain’s Tories in fresh turmoil over Europe

British Prime Minister David Cameron is bracing for a fresh Conservative rebellion over Europe this week as about 100 of his party's lawmakers look set to defy him in a parliamentary vote.

Britain’s Tories in fresh turmoil over Europe

British Prime Minister David Cameron is bracing for a fresh Conservative rebellion over Europe this week as about 100 of his party's lawmakers look set to defy him in a parliamentary vote.

Algeria banks to finance 12-bn-euro housing build

Public banks in Algeria are to finance the building of more than 250,000 new homes by the end of 2014 to the tune of 12 billion euros, the head of the CPA bank said Sunday.

Algeria banks to finance 12-bn-euro housing build

Public banks in Algeria are to finance the building of more than 250,000 new homes by the end of 2014 to the tune of 12 billion euros, the head of the CPA bank said Sunday.

Will Italy Waste ECB Breathing Space?

The pressure's on debt-riddled Italy to push through aggressive structural reforms.

Contemporary Art Sales Could Top ‘Old Masters’

The world's largest auction houses will host "blockbuster" sales of contemporary art this week, a fine art expert told CNBC.

Soros: Italy Market Calm Will Be Short-Lived

The market recovery which has brought Italy's borrowing costs down is unlikely to be sustained for long, billionaire investor George Soros said.

Eurogroup Chief: France Must Speed Up Reforms

The Eurogroup president said France must speed up its reform plan after being granted an extension on deficit targets.

Brazil’s Booming Auto Market Is a National Tragedy

Unsafe cars, coupled with Brazil's dangerous driving conditions, have resulted in a death rate nearly four times that of the U.S.

Wall Street: How Much Does Bloomberg Know?

The Bloomberg terminal privacy breach puts the firm in an awkward situation: Explaining itself to Wall Street clients.

Fed, Treasury Examining Bloomberg Use of Data

Both the Fed and Treasury are examining the extent to which Bloomberg journalists tracked officials' usage of Bloomberg terminals. Bloomberg called the access a "mistake."

G-7 Finance Chiefs Give Japan a Green Light

G-7 finance ministers are tackling bank reform and gave a green light to Japan's efforts to galvanize its economy.