Jet Deutschland, a chain of gas stations, is suing German banks for charging annual debit-card fees.
Nestlé is selling Gerber Life Insurance for $1.55 billion to Western & Southern Financial Group, a financial services provider from the US.
The CEO of insurer Swiss Re said after hurricane Florence in the US and typhoon Mangkhut in Asia, more storms are likely. Christian Mumenthaler said he expected worse to come.
The European Central Bank unveiled its new €100 and €200 bills yesterday. They will go into circulation from May.
Allianz will sign a partnership with the International Olympic Committee on Tuesday and will be an official sponsor for the Winter Games in Beijing in 2022.
Berenberg, a private bank from Hamburg, will sell its Swiss subsidiary to a consortium. The Swiss offshoot will be named Bergos Berenberg in the future.
The government launched a family housing subsidy, Baukindergeld, to promote home-buying and help parents buy their first home.
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Thousands of people in Berlin and Munich protested exploding rents and renovations which turn affordable housing into luxurious apartments this past weekend. (Deutschlandfunk)
Economics Minister Peter Altmaier expects the German economy to grow by around 2% this year after it expanded 2.2% in 2017.