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Europe's banks to prove their strength in new stress test
Europe's banks to prove their strength in new stress test
European banks must show they can survive simultaneous routs in bonds, property and stocks in the toughest test to date by regulators aiming to...
Economic week ahead: SA's trade and credit data
Economic week ahead: SA's trade and credit data
South Africa’s latest trade and credit extension data are the highlights of this week’s domestic data calendar. Overseas, Federal...
War over Europe's economic future heats up
War over Europe's economic future heats up
Greece kicked off six months of being in charge of the European Union this week by declaring that the imposition of austerity measures, spending...
Banks cut 5 500 branches across Europe in 2012
Banks cut 5 500 branches across Europe in 2012
Last year's cuts come after 7 200 branches were axed in 2011, according to data analysed by Reuters from European Central Bank statistics....
EU-Japan summit postponed over Cyprus crisis
EU-Japan summit postponed over Cyprus crisis
The summit was cancelled because of the mounting debt crisis in bankruptcy-threatened Cyprus.
Economic week ahead: Beginning with Frankenstorm
Economic week ahead: Beginning with Frankenstorm
In between, a series of bond auctions in Europe, central bank meetings in Japan and India, and multiple African and South American data releases will...
Car sales stall in Europe's uphill economy
Car sales stall in Europe's uphill economy
This is the latest in the continent's economic struggles.
Economic week ahead: China's GDP, EU summit and US earnings
Economic week ahead: China's GDP, EU summit and US earnings
A slew of data from across the world's emerging markets will show how economies from Africa to Latin America are holding up in the face of strong...
Time to ditch the euro
Time to ditch the euro
When he was leader of the British Conservative Party, William Hague once likened membership of the euro to being trapped in a burning building with...
Economic week ahead: Taking stock
Economic week ahead: Taking stock
Here is your guide to the economic events likely to drive markets in the week ahead.
Bitter experience bred a special kind of housewife
Bitter experience bred a special kind of housewife
They shop frugally, use credit cards rarely and save up to a third of a property's value before applying for a mortgage.

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