Greece prepares for end of bailout era with comeback bond

Greek Finance Minister Euclid Tsakalotos hails the successful sale, saying it is ‘a beginning’ and a sign of confidence in the country’s ...

UK factories increase output at fastest rate since 1990s in past quarter

But economists warn the CBI-survey figures have yet to be borne out by official data

Monetary-stimulus-sucking zombie companies make the ECB’s job difficult

About 9% of Europe’s biggest firms could be classified as the walking dead — companies that risk collapse if the support dries up, analysts say

German business confidence hits record high

A survey-based index shows German business leaders hit a ‘euphoric’ high in July — its highest confidence level since German reunification in ...

Software launches probe after Gupta ‘kickbacks’ allegations

The company denies any wrongdoing after media reports that it entered into a wide-ranging government bribery scheme

MPs explore ways to keep banks in post-Brexit EU landscape

The inquiry will examine the scope for Britain to adopt its own financial rules

William and Harry had ‘short’ chat with Princess Diana on day she died

The British royals are ‘open and did not put any subject off limits’ in the new documentary created for the 20th anniversary of Diana’s death ...

Don’t interfere in Turkish affairs, Erdogan tells Germany

This is his latest broadside in a blistering row sparked by the waves of arrests under the current state of emergency

Fading hopes of finding a cure to HIV is changing the focus of AIDS research

Today’s research is about finding ways to keep the HIV/AIDS virus dormant with as few drugs and side-effects as possible

IMF gives in-principle approval for Greek loan

International Monetary Fund will not make any money available until it has received ‘specific and credible assurances’ from the country’s ...

EU offers the UK no concessions in early Brexit talks

The EU wants more clarity on the UK’s position and cannot begin talks on the free-trade agreement until ‘sufficient progress’ has been made

ECB calms markets with unchanged interest rates

The Bank’s policy makers have also not set a date for discussing changes to the ECB’s quantitative easing programme

Are you my surreal dad? Salvador Dali to be exhumed in paternity case

A fortune teller claims to be the artist’s only child, setting the scene for a complicated exhumation of his remains, buried in an elaborate tomb

We want our money back — all €100bn of it, France tells UK

Britain has only just acknowledged the need for a financial settlement — but the amount is sure to prove a sticking point in Brexit talks

Indebted Britain to scrap credit card charges

The change could hurt consumers who use cash as companies raise prices to compensate for losses

France’s military chief resigns after clash with Macron over budget cuts

President Emmanuel Macron moves quickly to replace old-guard general, who declared budget cuts will endanger France amid rising jihadist attacks

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