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Spain is supposed to be one of austerity's more positive stories. The economy has returned to growth after years of contraction. But years of budget cuts have caused havoc in education and health care.
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German train drivers have called off their latest strike. The GDL union representing them - has agreed to talks with Germany' rail operator Deutsche Bahn through mediators. The long running labour dispute is over pay, working hours and representation.
Lagging profits, soaring fines, legal problems and sluggish reforms - just some of the problems assailing Deutsche Bank. The lender has just held its AGM. After our report, we ask New York correspondent Jens Korte how Wall Street views Deutsche Bank.
US and Cuba officials are holding more talks on establishing diplomatic relations. It's a hopeful time for companies on the communist island nation -- including those who make the country's best-known exports such as rum.
Major European conglomerates are lining up to warn the UK against exiting the European Union, a move known as Brexit. During his re-election campaign, British Prime Minister David Cameron promised to hold a referendum on EU membership before the end of 2017.
US banking giants Citigroup and JPMorgan Chase and British-based Barclays and the Royal Bank of Scotland have pleaded guilty to antitrust violations stemming from collusion to manipulate prices on the foreign exchange market over the course of five years. Those banks and UBS have agreed to pay a total of 5.8 billion dollars in fines.