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Europe's banks set to sell 100 billion euros of unwanted loans

ECB taking closer look at savings and coop banks - trade body

Vontobel has cash for more purchases after asset manager deal

Foreign buying of U.S. bonds more talk than reality

EU signals further divergence from global banking rules

Low interest rates causing 'huge problems' in Germany - Schaeuble

Low interest rates causing 'huge problems' in Germany: Schaeuble

Bank of England policymakers see scant need for rate cut

Japan still cautious on AIIB, to keep in contact with U.S

ECB head: Restore dialogue between Greece, creditors

Bank of England says will apply new insurance rules 'proportionately'

ECB's Praet optimistic about near-term euro zone growth

Monte Paschi Chairman Profumo says to step down after share sale

ECB's Draghi says resurgent bank lending supporting recovery

Bad debt pain for Greece's biggest bank

Exclusive - Greece to run out of cash by April 20 without fresh aid: source

Exclusive: Greece to run out of cash by April 20 without fresh aid - source

ECB queries banks on Austria exposure after Hypo move: sources

Leaving EU would be 'disastrous' for Britain - Standard Life chairman

Greece fails in bid for early cash release, reforms awaited

U.S. questions China at WTO on banking technology restrictions

ECB's balance sheet expands as stimulus plan gains momentum

ECB actions working, but structural reforms needed - Liikanen

ECB's Draghi says money printing already helping recovery

Insight - How Europe and U.S. stumbled into spat over China-led bank

How Europe and U.S. stumbled into spat over China-led bank

Austrian bank RBI warns it may post another loss this year

FTSE races to record highs as CRH climbs

US inflation, Greek tensions in focus

Sabadell eyes more UK deals after 1.7 billion-pound TSB takeover

Sabadell eyes more UK deals after $2.5 billion TSB takeover

Greek PM warns Merkel of 'impossible' debt obligation: FT

Asia stocks firm amid conflicting signals, dollar holds gains

BOJ Kuroda says no sign of 'currency war' brewing in world

Fed market gurus prep rate hike amid last-minute anxieties

Pressure rises on Greece as savers drain bank deposits

ECB says public sector programme purchases now 26.3 billion euros

Sweden risks property bubble as currency war intensifies

Euro zone lending dips in February, pointing to slow recovery in credit

Premier League back in the black as TV cash rolls in

U.S. faces meager options for further Russia energy sanctions

Asian shares rise, Fed view pressures dollar

Euro zone economy on the up again

Top oil companies raise more debt than ever in 2015

Irish property prices fall for second successive month

Tsipras, Merkel display goodwill, little sign of debt progress

British pound's swings cause uncertainty for business

Merkel hears Greek reform plan in person

Euro zone and U.S. manufacturing expand, China struggles

ARM leads fallers as FTSE drops away from record high