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Barcelona vs Real Madrid: 'Europe's best two teams' – Busquets makes Clasico claim – Goal.com

Barcelona vs Real Madrid: 'Europe's best two teams' – Busquets makes Clasico claim – Goal.com

The Barcelona midfielder believes the two strongest clubs on the continent faced off on Wednesday night Sergio Busquets believes Wednesday’s 1-1 Copa del Rey draw between Barcelona and Real Madrid was a fair result for in a game matching the best two teams in Europe. Lucas Vazquez put the visitors ahead after just six minutes […]

Europe’s Iran Trade Flop – The Wall Street Journal

Europe’s Iran Trade Flop – The Wall Street Journal

European diplomats have convinced themselves that they must abide by the flawed 2015 nuclear deal with Iran to demonstrate their credibility. Their latest attempt to keep the deal alive despite U.S. opposition shows otherwise. Behold the special-purpose vehicle, unveiled last week by the European Commission and Europe’s three signatories to the 2015 deal. The SPV, […]

Europe briefing: Five stories to know about today – Euronews English

Europe briefing: Five stories to know about today – Euronews English

Europe briefing: Five stories to know about today  Euronews English Here is our round-up of key stories from across Europe so far today. Source link

European stocks close mixed amid earnings; Wirecard shares jump 14% – CNBC

European stocks close mixed amid earnings; Wirecard shares jump 14% – CNBC

The pan-European Stoxx 600 closed provisionally barely changed, with sectors and major bourses pointing in different directions. Europe’s autos stocks, with their heavy exposure to China, led the losses on Monday, down more than 1 percent. Faurecia, Valeo and Hella all tumbled around 3 percent. European banks were also under pressure, on the back of […]

This Week in Europe: Italian Recession, EU-Japan FTA and more – thenewfederalist.eu

This Week in Europe: Italian Recession, EU-Japan FTA and more – thenewfederalist.eu

Members of the TNF team recount big events from Europe from the past week, and point attention to news that may have passed notice. What did we miss? Comment on our Facebook page at http://facebook.com/thenewfederalist.eu ! Japan-EU FTA comes into effect This week the Free Trade Agreement between the EU and Japan came into force. […]

Mobile network operator's body GSMA considers crisis meeting over Huawei – The Straits Times

Mobile network operator's body GSMA considers crisis meeting over Huawei – The Straits Times

PARIS/FRANKFURT (REUTERS) – Mobile communications industry body GSMA has proposed that its members discuss the possibility that Chinese network vendor Huawei is excluded from key markets, amid concerns such a development could set operators back by years. The European Commission is weighing a de facto ban on Huawei’s 5G network equipment for next-generation mobile networks […]

European transfers: Balague, Laurens, Honigstein pick their ones to watch – BBC Sport

European transfers: Balague, Laurens, Honigstein pick their ones to watch – BBC Sport

It was a busy January transfer window across Europe – below our experts from BBC’s Euro Podcast pick which new signings are ones to watch. Leandro Paredes, 25, midfielder (£40m – Zenit to Paris St-Germain) Leandro Paredes scored his first and only goal for Argentina so far on his senior international debut in the 6-0 […]

European stocks close higher amid earnings, US jobs report; Wirecard plummets 25% – CNBC

European stocks close higher amid earnings, US jobs report; Wirecard plummets 25% – CNBC

The pan-European Stoxx 600 closed provisionally up by 0.29 percent, with most sectors and major bourses in positive territory. Household goods stocks were among the top gainers, led by Sweden’s Electrolux. The home appliances maker surged close to the top of the European benchmark after posting stronger-than-anticipated quarterly results and forecast easing cost headwinds over […]

Italy Slides Into Recession as Europe Stalls, Stoking Global Fears – The New York Times

Italy Slides Into Recession as Europe Stalls, Stoking Global Fears – The New York Times

Growth in the eurozone itself was just 0.2 percent in the fourth quarter compared with the third quarter, the European Union statistics agency said. That rate matched the previous quarter’s, and anemic as it is, it might have been worse but for Spain and France. Spain’s economy grew at an unexpectedly strong clip, rising 0.7 […]

It's official: Sam Carter heading to Europe after this season – The Roar

It's official: Sam Carter heading to Europe after this season – The Roar

A Set small text size A Set the default text size A Set large text size Star Brumbies lock Sam Carter will leave the Super Rugby club at the end of the 2019 season for a stint in Europe.