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EUROPEAN BUSINESS NEWS

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.

Are Bond Vigilantes Taking On the Fed?

U.S. Bond market vigilantes have already forced a de facto policy shift to tighter credit conditions, writes Michael Ivanovitch.

Top Hedge Funds Bet Big on Greek Banks

Some of the world's leading hedge funds are pouring money into the Greek banking sector in expectation of huge potential returns. The Financial Times reports.

Belgrade urges Serbs in Kosovo to accept EU-brokered deal

Serbia's Deputy Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic Sunday urged Serbs living in northern Kosovo to accept an EU-brokered agreement to normalise relations between Serbia and its breakaway former province, while admitting the accord was not ideal.

Belgrade urges Serbs in Kosovo to accept EU-brokered deal

Serbia's Deputy Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic Sunday urged Serbs living in northern Kosovo to accept an EU-brokered agreement to normalise relations between Serbia and its breakaway former province, while admitting the accord was not ideal.

More Bull? Economic Data May Keep Rally Alive

A slew of economic reports next week could keep the bulls charging, or maybe not.

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.

EU ministers to thrash out tax clampdown

As tens of millions languish on the dole with EU austerity blamed for deepening recession, finance ministers will switch their focus Tuesday from bailout negotiations to the pursuit of a trillion-euro annual tax-fraud bounty.

EU ministers to thrash out tax clampdown

As tens of millions languish on the dole with EU austerity blamed for deepening recession, finance ministers will switch their focus Tuesday from bailout negotiations to the pursuit of a trillion-euro annual tax-fraud bounty.

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.