Germany's Merkel Opens Door to European Banking Union

Germany's Merkel Opens Door to European Banking Union

German Chancellor Angela Merkel signaled support Monday evening for the proposal by Finance Minister Olaf Scholz to explore the integration of European banks.
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Goldman 1MDB Fine Could Be Less Than $2 Billion

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