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      Rolls-Royce designs a revolution on factory floor

      Visitors to Rolls-Royce’s new fan and turbine disc facility in the north-east of England will notice the revolution...

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      12 hours ago

      Vonovia fails to win support for Deutsche Wohnen deal

      Germany’s largest listed property group, Vonovia, admitted on Wednesday that it had failed to win sufficient...

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    1. Fast FT

      13 hours ago

      Weak eurozone industry raises fears for growth

      Eurozone industry flopped at the end of 2015, contracting sharply from Germany to France and raising fears the eurozone...

    2. 14 hours ago

      China breezes past EU as top wind power

      China has overtaken the EU to become the world’s top region for wind power, thanks to a burst of turbine installations...

    3. FT Photo Diary

      February 9, 2016

      German train crash

      Two Meridian commuter trains operated by Transdev collided head-on near Bad Aibling, around 60 kilometres southeast of...

    4. February 9, 2016

      Ten killed in head-on Bavaria train crash

      A head-on train crash in southern Germany on Tuesday left 10 people dead and more than 80 injured, with at least 15...

    5. Fast FT

      February 9, 2016

      UniCredit weighed down by restructuring costs

      UniCredit, Italy’s largest bank by assets and its only globally significant financial institution, will offer its...

    6. FT Photo Diary

      February 9, 2016

      Frightful trading

      Share traders dressed in carnival costumes work a their desks in front of the DAX index at the stock exchange on Shrove...

    7. FT Data

      February 9, 2016

      Low oil prices are helping household demand for durable goods

      Low oil prices are bad news for oil producing countries like Russia and Saudi Arabia, as well as for oil companies and...

    8. Fast FT

      February 9, 2016

      150 injured in train collision in southern Germany

      Four people have been killed and around 150 injured in a head-on collision between two trains in southern Germany....

    9. FT Data

      February 9, 2016

      Datawatch: security concerns of e-shopping

      One in five people in the EU cite security fears as reasons not to order or buy goods and services online, a smaller...

    10. Fast FT

      February 9, 2016

      German industrial production drops by 1.2% in December

      Ouch. Germany’s industrial sector ended 2015 on a low, with production falling 1.2 per cent in December compared to the...

    11. Fast FT

      February 9, 2016

      TUI Group beats sales forecasts, sticks to 2016 outlook

      Travel group Tui beat sales estimates in the December quarter, despite the impact of geopolitical events, and...

    12. February 8, 2016

      Paper pushers take issue with plans to scrap €500 note

      The rise in the terror threat has led to fresh calls to scrap the €500 note, long viewed as an easy means to finance...

    13. February 8, 2016

      Aleppo’s agony will test the resolve of Europe

      With each day that passes, Europe’s migrant crisis deepens. In the past few weeks, EU governments have tried and failed...

    14. February 8, 2016

      Merkel ‘appalled’ by suffering in Syria caused by Russian bombing

      German chancellor Angela Merkel expressed outrage at Russian air strikes in northern Syria which have triggered a fresh...

    15. February 8, 2016

      Europe has wealth of green investments, says private equity firm

      The founder of Europe’s largest environmental private equity fund has called on buyout groups to look to the region’s...

    16. February 7, 2016

      Through the past, darkly, for Europe’s central bankers

      Re-reading John Weitz’s biography of Hjalmar Schacht, Hitler’s Banker , I noted some interesting parallels between the...

    17. The World

      February 6, 2016

      Rumours of the circumflex's demise greatly exaggerated

      There is a wonderful passage in Jonathan Swift’s “Gulliver’s Travels” about the war between Little-Endians in Lilliput...

    18. February 6, 2016

      EU governments call on Brussels to tackle China over steel

      A group of governments including the UK and Germany have urged the EU to step up its fight against cheap steel from...

    19. February 5, 2016

      Germany vows to speed up refugee processing

      Germany on Friday announced plans to accelerate the processing of asylum claims to deal with an “unacceptable” backlog...

    20. February 5, 2016

      Government bond yields send recession signal

      If major government bond markets are right, the global economy is sliding towards recession and central bank easing...

    21. February 5, 2016

      Why Leipzig in Germany is starting to attract wealthier buyers

      When war broke out in 1939, Leipzig, in the eastern German region of Saxony, was the country’s fifth-largest city. At...

    22. FT Data

      February 5, 2016

      Datawatch: Revision of GDP forecast

      Brussels expects Ireland’s GDP to rise 4.5 per cent this year, nearly 1 percentage point higher than it forecast last...

    23. February 5, 2016

      Frustrated by Germany, Iraqi migrants beat a path back home

      Asu Hassan is throwing in the towel. Frustrated by bureaucratic hold-ups, money troubles and months spent living in an...

    24. February 4, 2016

      Beijing Enterprises buys German waste-to-energy group

      Beijing Enterprises has bought a German waste management company for €1.44bn, in the largest ever Chinese acquisition...

    25. Fast FT

      February 4, 2016

      Volkswagen picks new chief lawyer for US

      Volkswagen, the German car maker that’s struggling to reach an agreement with American authorities over recalling cars...

    26. FT Photo Diary

      February 4, 2016

      Devilish time at the Weiberfastnacht

      Revellers take part in the traditional “Weiberfastnacht” (Women’s Carnival) celebration in Mainz, Germany ...

    27. FT Photo Diary

      February 4, 2016

      Deep in thought

      Daimler AGÂ CEO Dieter Zetsche reacts as he attends the annual press conference of German automotive corporation...

    28. Fast FT

      February 4, 2016

      Vodafone clocks 6th straight quarter of improving sales

      Vodafone racked up its sixth consecutive quarter of improving revenue growth in the three months to December, fuelled...

    29. February 4, 2016

      Angela Merkel’s open door has harmed those it was meant to help

      Rescuing those displaced by conflict is a basic international responsibility. In Syria there are 11m such people....

    30. February 4, 2016

      Japan birth rate recovery questioned

      A recovery in Japan’s birth rate under way since 2005 is a statistical quirk that does not reflect a fundamental...

    31. February 3, 2016

      Germany to limit north African asylum seekers

      Angela Merkel’s government has backed plans to curb the number of asylum seekers coming to Germany from Tunisia,...

    32. February 3, 2016

      Brexit: European press ponders Britain à la carte

      The draft EU deal that brought David Cameron a battering in the British press has been given more supportive treatment...

    33. FT Photo Diary

      February 3, 2016

      Siemens assembly line

      An employee kneels inside the casing of a H-class turbine on the assembly line of Siemens AG’s gas turbine factory, in...

    34. Fast FT

      February 3, 2016

      Eurozone service sector makes limp start to 2016

      The eurozone economy has made a “disappointing” start to the year, with growth slowing in both services and...

    35. February 3, 2016

      France warns of €100bn EU border control hit

      France has warned that traffic jams and red tape caused by the reintroduction of border controls within the EU would...

    36. Fast FT

      February 3, 2016

      Fast Europe Open: Oil dictates play, Syngenta

      European markets are set to drop this morning as oil prices took another leg lower during the Asian session on...

    37. February 2, 2016

      Transatlantic privacy shield could yet be pierced by regulators

      Silicon Valley can breathe a little easier today. On Tuesday the European Commission said it had reached a deal with...

    38. February 2, 2016

      Tories back away from human rights pledge

      The government has backed away from an election promise to scrap European human rights legislation, with Michael Gove...

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