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Already the second-largest economy in the world, China is at a crossroads, poised to leverage the opportunities provided by years of careful development, comprehensive reform and innovative growth schemes.
Japan's NTT invests big in London amid Brexit uncertainty
Romania's parliament has approved legislation to bring back the country’s gold reserves, but the national bank opposes the move.
Climate change protesters glued themselves to the London Stock Exchange to protest against the harm the financial sector causes to our planet.
"We will not allow congressional presidential harassment to go unanswered," Jay Sekulow, one of Trump's personal lawyers, said in a statement.
Italy's Ministry of Economy and Finances is criticised after posting an announcement on its website asking for consultants who are willing to work for free.
Business Planet heads to Georgia to find out about a toy company making a difference after obtaining microfinance guaranteed.
Georgian toy company Dadari doesn't just make wooden toys it also makes a point of employing people with disabilities. Three of the firm's seven employees have special learning needs. Business Planet spoke to the firm's founder Merab Kuchukhidze to find out more about the company.
This episode of Business Planet goes to Ukraine to see how loan guarantees from the European Union are helping small and medium-sized businesses to thrive.
Trade in goods between the EU and Ukraine is growing fast. In 2017 it rose by nearly a quarter to 37 billion euros. Business Planet speaks to Hugues Mingarelli, the EU's Ambassador to the country, about the deepening ties between Europe and Ukraine.
The British pound was Wednesday morning trading above $1.30 (€1.14), in a move that many currency analysts were linking to the possibility of the Brexit date being delayed becoming more likely.
The European Commission said it had fined Mastercard following investigation into breaches of the EU's anti-trust rules
GLOBAL CONVERSATION | Eurogroup president Mário Centeno on Brexit and EU Elections in Euro's 20th year
While at the opposition, the Five Star Movement has always strongly condemned the italian government's tendencies to bail out banks using public money. But now that they're ruling, they might have to do that themselves.
Santander UK has been fined €36m for failing to process funds of dead customers
Euronews spoke to WorldRemit founder Ismail Ahmed at the Web Summit.
Today the European Commission has decided to formally ask Italy to revise and resubmit their budget.
Among the latest names to pull out are US Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin, UK Trade minister Liam Fox and French Finance Minister Bruno Le Maire
Danske bank saga continues as US now opens investigation
Italy's new government proposed a 2019 budget with a deficit three times larger than the previous administration's target, setting up a clash with the European Commission and sparking a sell-off of state bonds
IMF Managing Director, Christine Lagarde says life will be more difficult for the UK with any deal to leave the EU
The ECB is staying on track to end bond purchases this year and raise interest rates next autumn
Canada's finance minister says tariffs will hurt citizens in US and in Canada.
Visa users across Europe experienced payment chaos after the network crashed on Friday. The credit card company later said it is operating at close to normal levels and said the disruption was due to a hardware failure.
Finanical turmoil as political uncertainty continues in Italy
Generational inequality has become a hot button issue in major economies around the globe