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An accord between Italy and the European Commission to help banks sell some of their 200 billion euros of bad loans has eased fears of an Italian banking crisis.
Britain has sold 13 billion pounds (18 billion euros) worth of loans once held by former mortgage lender Northern Rock, which was nationalised during
The finance ministers from the 19 countries that use the single European currency have approved a third bailout for Greece. The informal body, known
Wonga, the British payday loan firm, has reported a loss of around 55 million euros. The short-term lender recorded a profit of the same amount in
The collapse of Russia’s rouble has triggered protests by people trapped in dollar-dominated mortgages. On Sunday, members of the Russian Foreign
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has offered Ukraine a 46.2 million-euro loan to help cover the country’s budget deficit. During a visit to
Seeking to plug a 15 billion dollar funding gap, Ukraine has said it will begin crucial talks with its creditors on how to restructure the conflict-torn country's debt on Friday.
Germany on Thursday rejected Greece’s request for a six-month extension to an EU scheme of emergency loans. Berlin’s decision came shortly after the
The history of Greece is rich and deep, its pockets are not. The country, caught in a tangle of political polemic is running out of money. The
There is conflict in the Ukraine property market. Many owners signed up for dollar mortgages which were popular before 2008. But a falling exchange