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EUROPEAN BUSINESS NEWS

Bulgaria president to convene parliament May 21

Bulgarian President Rosen Plevneliev said Friday he will convene parliament on May 21 in hope of breaking a political deadlock following inconclusive elections in the European Union's poorest country.

EU bank stress test, asset review by mid-2014: ECB

A review of banks' assets and a subsequent stress test for euro area banks could be published by mid-2014, before a single European bank supervisor becomes operational, says a top European Central Bank official.

Germany ‘Risks Becoming Europe’s Sick Man Again’

German ECB board member Joerg Asmussen warned on Friday that Germany, Europe's largest economy, needed to continue with its reforms.

Six Questions Bloomberg LP Needs To Answer

Bloomberg's response to its privacy scandal is coming under increasing criticism a week after it first broke.

Pro-Assad Hackers Attack FT’s Website, Twitter feed

The website of British newspaper the Financial Times was hacked on Friday, apparently by the "Syrian Electronic Army".

Goldman Warns of Big Move in Australian Dollar

The Australian dollar has had a swift, hard fall and now Goldman Sachs is predicting it could fall to as low as $0.80.

EU Bonus Cap ‘Could Hit Many More Bankers’

Tougher European Union curbs on bonuses will snare far more bankers than current pay limits, with banks having little time to prepare for the change.

Europe’s Labor Market Is ‘Becoming Less Efficient’

Despite the push for labor market reforms in the struggling euro zone, the process of matching jobless workers to vacancies is deteriorating, according to Goldman Sachs.

JPMorgan Goes All-In on Rally; Sees Surge Growing

Wall Street's stock market mania officially has gone full-throttle with a boost from JPMorgan.

UK Has Everything to Lose From Europe: Grillo

Beppe Grillo says Britain has "everything to lose from Europe," as he applauded Ukip leader Nigel Farage and welcomed a referendum in the UK on EU membership.

Facebook Shares One Year On—Time to Reconsider?

Has Facebook recovered from its fall from grace? The answer could be yes, technology analysts told CNBC.

Chinese, Indian airlines face EU pollution fines

Eight Chinese and two Indian airlines face fines of up to several million euros for not paying for their greenhouse gas emissions during flights within the bloc, the European Commission said on Friday.

Anti-immigration leader comes under fire on Scottish trip

Nigel Farage, leader of Britain's eurosceptic UK Independence Party (UKIP) had to be rescued from a Scottish pub by police in a riot van after protesters disrupted his press conference on Thursday.

Find Out How Facebook Really Makes Money

To mark the 1st anniversary of Facebook's IPO, Julia Boorstin breaks down how the company really makes money.

Find Out How Facebook Really Makes Money

To mark the 1st anniversary of Facebook's IPO, Julia Boorstin breaks down how the company really makes money.