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10-year issue attracted $4bn in orders, mostly from US and UK
By Thomas Hale and Javier Blas
Financial Times,  Jul. 23, 2014    E-mail this to a Friend
European hedge funds have scrambled to pass their first test under complex new European Union regulations amid confusion over the timing and introduction of the rules.
By Laurence Fletcher
The Wall Street Journal,  Jul. 23, 2014    E-mail this to a Friend
The Costa Concordia set out to complete the voyage to Italy's northwest coast which got cut short 30 months ago when the massive cruise ship sank near this Tuscan island.
By Eric Sylvers
The Wall Street Journal,  Jul. 23, 2014    E-mail this to a Friend
U.S. securities regulators voted to reduce risk in the $2.6 trillion money-market mutual-fund industry.
By Andrew Ackerman
The Wall Street Journal,  Jul. 23, 2014    E-mail this to a Friend
The low-tax system that has brought great prosperity to the Grand Duchy now threatens to become a liability
By Vanessa Houlder
Financial Times,  Jul. 23, 2014    E-mail this to a Friend
US president accused of weakness in Ukraine crisis
By Geoff Dyer in Washington
Financial Times,  Jul. 23, 2014    E-mail this to a Friend
European leaders announced that Lithuania will become the 19th country to use the euro, with the currency entering circulation there on Jan. 1.
By Todd Buell
The Wall Street Journal,  Jul. 23, 2014    E-mail this to a Friend
European Union regulators approved the restructuring of Greece's two biggest banks, saying significant government support provided to the lenders during the region's financial crisis didn't violate EU competition rules.
By Tom Fairless
The Wall Street Journal,  Jul. 23, 2014    E-mail this to a Friend
Equity-research houses are scrambling to lobby European regulators over tough new rules that could drastically change the way their research is paid for and put some of them out of business.
By Max Colchester And Margot Patrick
The Wall Street Journal,  Jul. 23, 2014    E-mail this to a Friend
The social network for professional is paying about $175 million for a firm that lets marketers identify new business prospects and target them with relevant content.
By DAVID GELLES
The New York Times,  Jul. 23, 2014    E-mail this to a Friend
U.S. stock benchmarks were mostly higher Wednesday, as technology stocks got a boost from upbeat earnings news.
By Alexandra Scaggs
The Wall Street Journal,  Jul. 23, 2014    E-mail this to a Friend
European Union antitrust authorities confirmed their approval of Germany's new renewable energy law, which aims to help the country shift away from nuclear- and fossil fuel-generated power.
By Laurence Norman
The Wall Street Journal,  Jul. 23, 2014    E-mail this to a Friend
The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development said the move is a response to sanctions on the country announced by the European Union last week.
By Paul Hannon
The Wall Street Journal,  Jul. 23, 2014    E-mail this to a Friend
Spain's economy grew at its fastest pace in six years during the second quarter, in contrast to the rest of the euro zone where growth appears to have stalled.
By David Román
The Wall Street Journal,  Jul. 23, 2014    E-mail this to a Friend
Industry-consolidating acquisitions are all the rage, creating huge corporations similar to the trusts of a century ago, but different enough to require policy that considers effects beyond competition, Steven Davidoff Solomon writes in the Deal Professor column.
By STEVEN DAVIDOFF SOLOMON
The New York Times,  Jul. 23, 2014    E-mail this to a Friend
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