Greece's embattled government has blamed a schism within its creditor powers for the three-month bail-out impasse which risks throwing the country out of the eurozone.
BERLIN (Reuters) - Germany's private sector expanded in April, a survey showed on Wednesday, and while the rate of growth was weaker than in March, it still pointed to solid growth in Europe's largest economy at the start of the second quarter.
The National Institute of Economic and Social Research on Wednesday downgraded its growth outlook for the U.K. ahead of the general election.
The decision by SuperGroup to have a rare clearance sale and realign its strategy appears to have paid off after the owner of fashion clothing brand Superdry reported double digit like-for-like sales in the second half of its trading year.
Poundland is keeping its �55m bid for rival 99p Stores alive by agreeing to an in-depth probe of the deal by the competition regulator.