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Nomura Holdings has announced it will restructure its business in Europe and the Americas, closing some operations in Europe.
At the IMF spring confab, the debt crisis in Greece that plagues the euro zone will be a topic of discussion. Is a deal even possible?
Monetary policy was back in the firing line this week with analysts digesting comments from Germany's Minister of Finance Wolfgang Schaeuble.
Bundesbank president Jens Weidmann has rebuked German politicians for trying to pressure ECB chief Mario Draghi over his monetary policies.
LVMH sales were slightly below forecasts by analysts polled by financial information company FactSet.
British Prime Minister lashes out at "deeply hurtful and profoundly untrue" claims about his late father's financial arrangements.
Italian banks may be rallying on Monday, but the sector has still to shake off the concerns over their hefty bad loan books.
Optimism over Ukraine's economic prospects in the wake of the Prime Minister's resignation are likely to be short-lived.
The spotlight on the London property market as a destination for colossal sums of money has intensified after the so-called Panama Papers leak.
David Cameron will say on Monday that new legislation making companies criminally liable if employees aid tax evasion will be introduced this year.
European leaders are scrambling to tighten rules on tax evasion this week as the Panama Papers data dump continues to cause shockwaves.
Watch the ECB and don't get distracted by the "interesting times" as the French election campaign goes into overdrive in the months ahead.
Cameron took the unorthodox step of releasing confidential details after saying he should have handled the scrutiny of his family's tax affairs better.
IMF experts note that wholesale interest rates have declined and credit growth in the euro zone has picked up since the ECB adopted negative rates.
The Belgian federal prosecutor's office on Friday confirmed it had made several arrests related to the deadly attacks in Brussels on March 22.
Whistleblower Edward Snowden is urging British people to demand the resignation of U.K. PM David Cameron
Board member Yves Mersch highlights tensions in the international currency system and the threat to the euro zone's economic recovery.
The U.K. referendum on its membership of the EU is the greatest risk facing the region, the vice-chair of Allianz Global Investors told CNBC.
Sweden has created a national phone line allowing anyone in the world to call and chat to a random Swedish resident.
Ex-Italian PM Enrico Letta has said that while he is not planning a return to politics, "you can never resign from political engagement."
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