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Lufthansa to sell IT business, takes 240 million euro charge
FRANKFURT (Reuters) - German airline Lufthansa (LHAG.DE) said on Wednesday it was close to selling its IT infrastructure division and completing an outsourcing deal with IBM (IBM.
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Polish President Wants Decision on Joining the Euro After 2015 Election
Poland should decide on its path towards euro accession following parliamentary elections due in the autumn of 2015, President Bronislaw Komorowski was quoted as saying on Monday.
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Euro falls, German yields up as sources say ECB mulls corp bond buys
The euro sank half a percent to the day's low of $1.27645 after publication of the story, which dealers read as a sign the ECB was ready to do more to flood the market with euros and get inflation and growth going. It then settled to trade at $1.2774 ...
Carney's BOE Majority Holds Firm on Heightened Euro-Area Risks
The MPC said pessimism about the global economy had increased and there was �mounting evidence of a loss of momentum in the euro area.� For Carney's majority, that �increased the risks to the durability of the U.K. expansion in the medium term.
Bank of England minutes add to signs rate hike on back burner  Daily Mail
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TABLE-Euro zone deficit, debt revised down in 2013-Eurostat
BRUSSELS, Oct 21 (Reuters) - The European Union's Statistics Office released revised data on government deficit and debt in the 18 countries sharing the euro in 2013 and in the wider European Union of 28. The revisions are a result of Eurostat ...
GLOBAL MARKETS-ECB corporate bond buying plans lift stocks, hurt euro
The move could start at the beginning of next year and though not the kind of full-scale government bond buying that markets have been angling for, it would be a major step up by the ECB as it battles a slowing euro zone economy. European shares jumped ...
ECB starts buying covered bonds in fight to revive euro zone economy
By taking some of these assets off banks' balance sheets, the ECB hopes to entice banks to lend more freely again, which is crucial for the euro zone economy as it relies largely on bank funding. The market reaction to news of the covered-bond ...
Euro on defensive after ECB bond buying report, yen soft
The euro EUR= briefly fell to $1.2706 its lowest level since Thursday and last stood at $1.2723, little changed from late U.S.
Euro flat in Asia after drop on ECB easing plan reports
TOKYO: The euro held steady in Asia on Wednesday after it dropped in New York on reports that the European Central Bank could expand its bond-buying programme.
ECB to spend �1 trillion on covered bonds to kickstart euro economy
ECB to spend �1 trillion on covered bonds to kickstart euro economy. The bank's aim is to revive economies in the single currency zone that have been hit by a decline in business lending.