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Hopes and Strains Endure in U.S.-Europe Partnership

Europeans express confidence in trans-Atlantic bonds as officials converge for meeting where tensions sometimes boil over




















Feb.15, 2018 11:54 a.

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Mattis Presses Europe on NATO Defense Spending

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Europe Balks at Taking Back ISIS Fighters

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A number of European militants have been captured as the U.S.

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Here’s a Tax Cut for London Bankers: Go to Europe

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Expats who move to France, Spain, Ireland, Germany and the Netherlands would pay less tax and social security, an analysis shows




















Feb.13, 2018 5:30 a.

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Why Border Controls on Trade Will Rise Again in Europe

U.’s decision to steer clear of any customs union means new red tape for British exporters




















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German Coalition Deal Evokes Relief and Anxiety in Europe

Once a government is in place, negotiation on eurozone overhauls to begin




















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The news that German Chancellor Angela Merkel has at last succeeded in negotiating a new coalition agreement with the Social Democrats will of course be greeted with relief across Europe.

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In Europe, Inflation Could Prove a Surprise

German pay deal could ultimately lead to higher forecasts for underlying inflation, an analyst says




















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FRANKFURT—A tentative pickup in wages on both sides of the Atlantic is focusing investors on a crucial risk for financial markets: What if the strengthening recovery leads to higher inflation?

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Apple’s Bid for Data-Rich Shazam Is Drawing Scrutiny in Europe

may adversely impact competition in Europe, European Union antitrust authorities said Tuesday, announcing they would take over the merger review from national regulators in Austria.Top EU officials often stress the value of data in the marketplace as a “new form of currency.

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Bond Market Says, ‘What Europe Crisis?’

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Rising yields and shrinking European Central Bank bond purchases were supposed to be bad for bonds from indebted southern European governments.As the bond selloff has gathered steam in recent weeks, German 10-year yields have risen more than 0.

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iPhone Supply Shock Won’t Upend Europe’s Star Chip Maker

30, 2018 12:56 p.ET







Sluggish iPhone X sales revive a perennial risk for the army of companies that supply Apple Inc.

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Qualcomm Gets Good News, then Bad News in Europe

First the good news: EU regulators finally approved Qualcomm's takeover of NXP, on the condition that it wouldn't acquire NXP's standard essential NFC (near field communications) patents.But that deal still isn't guaranteed to close, since most NXP shareholders still haven't tendered their shares.

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U.S., Europe Begin Talks on Trump Administration’s Iran Concerns

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WARSAW—American, British, French and German officials met this week to begin formal discussions on addressing U.concerns about the Iran nuclear deal, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said Saturday.

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What to Do When Europe’s Boom Comes Off the Boil

Europe’s economy has started 2018 in near-record-breaking fashion.That is clearly good news, but markets need to prepare for the inevitable pullback.

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Data Case in U.S. Sparks Concern in Europe

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BRUSSELS—European lawmakers and companies worry that a lawsuit the U.government has brought to the Supreme Court could clash with European Union law, trapping tech companies between complying with U.

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Luxury Real Estate Runs Hot and Cold in Europe

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A 2018 forecast of luxury real-estate markets in five European capitals: London, Paris, Berlin, Lisbon and Dublin.Updated Jan.

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Refugee Fight Reignites in Europe

After delaying an overhaul of its system, the bloc is facing deep divisions over how to share the burden of asylum seekers




















Jan.11, 2018 5:30 a.

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Macron's China visit points to Beijing's shifting relationship with Europe

The French politician'sfirst official visit to Chinais notable for coming as other leaders of the Western world struggle domestically.In fact, Macron appeared as "perhaps the leader of Europe at this very moment" said Philippe le Corre, a research fellow at the Harvard Kennedy School.

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Strong Economic Leadership Can Stem Europe’s Populist Tide

The EU rode out the populist shocks of 2017.What about 2018?

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Europe Watches Iran Violence Warily

4, 2018 10:01 a.ET







BRUSSELS—European Union officials already worried about the survival of the 2015 nuclear deal with Tehran under the Trump administration see the Iranian government’s suppression of nationwide protests as a vexing new complication.

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In Europe, Separatists and Nationalists Are Sprouting Old Colors

3, 2018 7:00 a.ET







BRUSSELS—Europe, for centuries a patchwork of warring kingdoms and principalities, is again showing its colors.