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Car sales records increase in Europe in April

Car sales records increase in Europe in AprilAccording to the latest data available, the total number of cars sold in Europe recorded an increase during the month of April compared to the same month of the previous year.

PayPal Reports Q3 Revenue Slightly Missed Analysts’ Expectations

PayPal Reports Q3 Revenue Slightly Missed Analysts’ ExpectationsPayPal Holdings Inc, after a spin-off from eBay Inc. reported its quarterly revenue for the first time that missed the analysts' expectations by a mark. The main reason was the strong dollar that hurt its volumes of transaction in markets of China and Europe.

First Ever ‘Malaria Vaccine’ Gets approval from European Drug Regulators

First Ever ‘Malaria Vaccine’ Gets approval from European Drug RegulatorsMalaria, the life threatening disease mostly affecting people in African and Asian countries just might become less threatening.

The drug regulators in Europe have approved the very first malaria vaccine in the world. Reportedly, 'Mosquirix', as the vaccine is called has been developed by GlaxoSmithKline.

Philae finally breaks its silence on Saturday

Philae finally breaks its silence on SaturdayAfter seven-month slumber on comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko, Rosetta spacecraft’s Philea lander has woken up.

The ESA’s lander sent a signal back to Earth via its mother spacecraft Rosetta, which is between 200 and 240 kilometers (124 and 150 miles away from the comet.

Renewed Selloff Hits the European Bonds and Stocks with Short-lived Stability

Renewed Selloff Hits the European Bonds and Stocks with Short-lived StabilityOn Tuesday, the European bonds and stocks faced another round of renewed selloff as the latest signs that pointed to a stable market did not prove to be continuing for long.

European Commission May Bring Antitrust Charges Against Google

European Commission May Bring Antitrust Charges Against GoogleReportedly, the European Commission is all set to charge Google for using its leading spot in online searches to support its own services preventing the others from hitting the spotlight. This antitrust case may be one of the largest after the one which the regulators brought against Microsoft.

Mario Draghi, Head of ECB Says Eurozone is Going Through an Economic Recovery

Mario Draghi, Head of ECB Says Eurozone is Going Through an Economic RecoveryOn Monday, Mario Draghi, the head of the European Central Bank said that persistent recovery in the financial sector is finally coming in the eurozone which constitutes of nineteen countries. He says that this recovery should be used by the entire union using the euro currency to fix all the problems that it is facing.

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