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An increasing number of British chief financial officers believe now is the time to take risk onto their balance sheets amid a shift towards expansionary strategies, according to new research by Deloitte.
France's finance minister, Pierre Moscovici, has called on his country's business community to be conscious of the need for reform, and has attacked what he described as "French-bashing."
European Central Bank President Mario Draghi reiterated on Monday his commitment to low interest rates, saying higher rates were not currently warranted.
Senior bankers found guilty of "reckless misconduct" could face prison, according to plans backed by the U.K. Chancellor of the Exchequer.
The euro zone must decide on Monday how to keep Greece on a lifeline but is divided over whether to delay aid payments to Athens in an attempt to force through unpopular reforms.
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European stocks may have loved the forward guidance issued by both the European Central Bank and the Bank of England, but some economists have expressed concerns.
Portugal's prime minister has found a way to maintain government stability with the junior partner in the ruling coalition, but the full details still need to be hashed out.
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The Bank of England kept its main interest rate unchanged on Thursday but warned that rising bond yields would weigh on its current outlook for growth, which led to a sharp weakening of the sterling against the dollar.
A political crisis in Portugal that has sent the country's bond yields soaring to as high as 8 percent this week puts ECB President Mario Draghi back in the hot seat.
The European Central Bank, eyeing tentative signs of euro zone economic recovery, is expected to eschew an major decisions on Thursday and keep its easy-money policy in place.
Latvia is set to join the euro, after the European Parliament voted in favor of its inclusion in the single currency zone.
Portugal is facing a full-blown crisis after Paulo Portas, the foreign minister, became the second minister to resign from the center-right government in a 24-hour period.
Greece has three days to reassure its lenders it can deliver on conditions attached to its international bailout in order to receive the next tranche of aid, four euro zone officials said on Tuesday.
Mark Carney, who takes over the Bank of England this week, has a lot to prove, notes CNBC's Ross Westgate.
Strong U.K. manufacturing and mortgage data signaled an improving British economy, coincidentally on the same day the Bank of England welcomed its new governor, Mark Carney.
Manufacturing output in the euro zone improved in June to a 16-month high, a sign that the economy was stabilizing, albeit slowly. But the readings for individual countries revealed a more mixed picture.
Croatia joined the European Union at midnight on Sunday, two decades since fighting itself free of Yugoslavia.
The European Central Bank denied a German newspaper report that it was considering launching a new bond purchase program under which it would buy debt of all 17 euro zone countries.