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NEW YORK (Reuters) - Tom Sowanick, a three-decade veteran of the investment business, returned from a trip to Greece this week with a "very sobering view" of its debt crisis: he now expects the country to default on its obligations and leave the euro zone.
PARIS (Reuters) - European stocks retreated on Monday, hurt by much softer-than-expected Chinese trade data and rising concerns about Greece's relations with Europe after Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras said he would not extend the country's bailout.
BERLIN (Reuters) - Chancellor Angela Merkel's governing coalition has agreed a draft law requiring Germany's top listed companies to give women 30 percent of seats on non-executive boards from 2016, despite conservative misgivings and opposition from business.
BERLIN (Reuters) - Lufthansa cancelled 110 Munich flights on Wednesday, it said on Tuesday, affecting thousands of passengers after pilots' union Vereinigung Cockpit called for a third strike at the German airline in two weeks.
IT IS the weekend before New Year, and with New Year’s Day being midweek, that means it’s a long extended weekend of club music to enjoy, climaxing on Tuesday as the Klang Valley nightlife scene comes alive. Club Beat wishes all readers a very Happy New Year.
BERLIN (Reuters) - Chancellor Angela Merkel's conservatives and the Social Democrats (SPD) agreed on Monday to introduce legislation requiring German companies to allot 30 percent of their non-executive board seats to women from 2016.
LONDON (Reuters) - Investors' confidence that Chancellor Angela Merkel will win German elections on Sunday and press on with strengthening the euro zone is overriding their doubts about the makeup of her next government.