Wall Street traders will be watching a historic moment for the U.K. and Europe Wednesday, but they're much more concerned about politics in the U.S. » Read More
By: Leslie Shaffer
As U.K. Prime Minister May begins the Brexit process on Wednesday, the financial center in London faces slow hemorrhaging, analysts said. » Read More
By: Sam Meredith
Europe could be on track to encounter a shock wave up to five times as turbulent as the start of the euro zone debt crisis if Le Pen wins; UBS. » Read More
By: Nyshka Chandran
The EU is expected to have the upper hand on Brexit negotiations as it look to send a message to the bloc's euroskeptic members. » Read More
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Six bankers were formally charged in a British court on Monday with conspiring to manipulate Euribor benchmark interest rates.
SAP reported record annual operating profits driven both by year-end software license renewals and customers' converting to newer cloud-based software.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel faced growing pressure to harden her line on refugees, after the first detailed police reports on the Cologne attacks.
China will use market solutions to ease its overcapacity woes and will not use stimulus to expand demand, Premier Li Keqiang said.
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The German government denies that Chancellor Angela Merkel canceled her trip to Davos because of the New Year's Eve attacks on women.
The European Commission says Belgium's "excess profit" tax system was illegal and distorted competition.
Trial of Princess Cristina is the first time a member of Spanish royalty has faced criminal charges since the monarchy was restored in 1975.
Australia has skewered national stereotypes, plus some juicy-looking lamb, and fired-up social media with its latest Australia Day ad.
Police broke up a far-right march against Germany's migration policy, after refugees were revealed as suspects in the Cologne assaults.
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Henry Dixon, GLG fund manager, says that a potential upcoming rise in interest rates, rather than Brexit risk, will push bond yields slightly higher in the U.K.
Nick Clegg, former deputy prime minister and Europe spokesperson for the Liberal Democrats, argues that U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May has chosen to "placate her own party."
Nick Clegg, former deputy prime minister and Europe spokesperson for the Liberal Democrats, argues that Theresa May has "put party before country."