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US threatens new Turkey sanctions over Christian pastor US threatens new Turkey sanctions over Christian pastor
Financial Times boss to hand back pay rise after staff backlash Staff complained John Ridding's pay was 100 times the salary of a trainee journalist.
Eurozone growth better than expected Euro zone growth was better than expected in the second quarter, flash estimates showed on Tuesday, in a sign that the negative effects of global trade tensions might be seen only later in the year.
Bayer shares plunge over weedkiller trial Bayer shares plunged as much as 14 percent on Monday, losing about €12 billion in value, after newly acquired Monsanto was ordered to pay €250 million in damages in the first of possibly thousands of US lawsuits over alleged links between a weedkiller and cancer.
Erdogan remains defiant despite Turkish Lira's spiral Turkey's President defended his country's financial health, insisting people should look at the "big picture" instead of focussing on foreign exchange prices.
Turkish Lira plummets leaving the Euro struggling The Euro sank to its lowest levels in over a year on Friday, with investors dumping their eurozone shares following Turkey's spiralling Lira currency and overheating inflation.
Elon Musk considering taking Tesla private Tesla shares jumped more than 7 per cent after Chief Executive Elon Musk said he’s considering taking the electric car maker private.
Greece charts a fresh course Greece’s economic tragedy may be over on August 20th but how serious and sustainable are the country’s growth plans when they will be repaying their Eurozone debt till past the year 2060?
Real Stuff: Greece to sail past troubled waters Greece’s Deputy Prime Minister Yannis Dragasakis has a plan for when the country exits it’s Eurozone bailout lifeline!
Apple first company to reach a trillion dollars Better than expected sales results have pushed up Apple shares to record highs and the company's valuation to a trillion dollars