Argentina defaults as talks fail

Economy minister says ‘vulture’ funds reject renewed offer

Siemens results hampered by project charges

Operating profit rises 37% but misses analysts’ forecasts

Banco Espirito Santo posts loss of €3.58bn

First-half results wipe out capital buffer

Alibaba talks could price Snapchat at $10bn

Wide valuations after speculative discussions on stake

Juncker considers creating financial services tsar

London fears tilt of policy towards eurozone

Merkel’s sanctions rethink reflects loss of trust in Putin

Chancellor’s allies say MH17 more critical than US pressure

US economy roars back with 4% growth

Recovery is strongly back on track after weak patch

BofA ordered to pay $1.3bn in Hustle case

Judge Rakoff attacks bank’s Countrywide unit for ‘brazen fraud’

Dozens die in Gaza school and market attacks

Israel Defence Forces confirms it fired towards school

US banks braced for big deposit outflows

As much as $1tn could be withdrawn as Fed reverses policies

News Corp revisits news app idea

Group considers digital project to lure ‘millennial’ readers

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Ripple effects of investigations felt by foreign partners

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After a public bailout, five Landesbanks now face threatening ECB stress tests

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