"We need new initiatives at the European level to deepen the functioning of the monetary union."
Vice- President, ECB
"I agree with the Trump policy about putting additional requests to China, because China can do more."
Former US Secretary of State
"France and Germany shouldn't be bullying the other 26."
MEP, Christian Democrats
"The tradition comes from the shepherds, who cooked their meat with dasarashi, between two slates."
Chef, Gabala Khanlar
"There’s one thing architects and politicians have in common: they both love big, expensive projects."
"There is no war in Senegal. But when you wake up in the morning and you have nothing to eat, this, too, is a kind of daily battle."
"We want to see which tomato plants can still give good yields without water."
Plant breeding scientist
"Kurds believe they are worse off as part of Iraq."
research fellow at LSE's Middle East Centre
Rogue trader Jerome Kerviel who faces a three-year jail sentence has refused to return to France unless his appeal to the president is
Jerome Kerviel, the former rogue trader for French bank Société Générale has lost his appeal against a three-year jail sentence.
But a civil ruling
French bank Societe Generale is to cut at least 700 jobs from its workforce, although the figure may be as high as 1000.
It is the second-largest
BNP Paribas, France’s biggest bank, has agreed to sell its Egyptian arm to Emirates NBD. The price is 377 million euros.
Emirates NBD wants to
Former Société Générale trader Jérome Kerviel is appealing to his former colleagues to help him avoid jail.
The 35-year-old plans to appeal to
A Paris appeal court has upheld a jail sentence for Jérome Kerviel, the rogue trader who lost the bank Société Générale (Soc-Gen) nearly five-billion
Jerome Kerviel, the man behind France’s biggest rogue trading scandal, has lost his appeal at a Paris court, which has upheld his jail
Former Societe Generale trader Jerome Kerviel was sentenced to three years in prison for his role in France’s biggest rogue-trading scandal on
Societe Generale is the latest eurozone bank to suffer worse-than-expected second-quarter results.
Net profit at France’s second largest lender
In France prosecutors have called for the former Societe Generale trader Jerome Kerviel to serve five years in prison. Kerviel is appealing a
Jerome Kerviel, a convicted rogue trader who almost brought down one of France’s biggest banks, launched his appeal in Paris on Monday.
Societe Generale’s quarterly profits were hit by the French bank’s efforts to strengthen its capital reserves.
It is slashing costs, debt and jobs
Societe Generale has posted a slump in quarterly profits; it was hit by charges including losses on money it has loaned to Greece.
The size of the losses faced by banks that have lent money to Greece is set to rise and those banks are coming under increasing pressure to raise
European shares rose in a tentative recovery rally on hopes a plan by European Commission President Jose Manuel Barroso to present options for the
Shares rose after the head of the European Commission Jose Manuel Barroso said it would soon present options for the introduction of euro area
As financial markets factored in a 90 percent chance that Greece will default on its debt, one of the world’s big three credit ratings agencies
Losses from Greece caused French bank Societe Generale to post second quarter profits that were down by nearly a third.
First-quarter profits at Société Générale dropped short of expectations as the bank suffered as a result of the unrest in the Arab world.
The man whose trading almost brought down Societe Generale, one of France’s biggest banks, has appeared in court.
Jerome Kerviel’s long-awaited