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London's exploding sidewalks are due to Britain's notoriously rainy weather, a boss of one of the capital's cable companies has said.
Bank of America Merrill Lynch branded the U.K the world's "least popular region" among asset allocators, as the Scottish referendum looms.
Anders Borg, the outgoing Swedish finance minister, told CNBC that the country was set for a weak government that would struggle to push through any budget proposals.
U.K. August inflation dropped slightly in line with expectations, driven by a fall in the price of motor fuels and non-alcoholic drinks.
As the gap between the "yes" and "no" vote for Scottish independence narrows, hedge funds are trimming their long positions on sterling dollar.
Designers at London Fashion Week are leading the digital revolution using social media to feed consumers' appetite for fast fashion.
After being blamed for the subprime mortgage crisis, will the ECB’s new bond-buying program rejuvenate the much-maligned asset-backed security?
With all the sound and fury coming from the debate over the future of Scotland, the tough choices facing France appear to have slipped off the radar.
Policymakers at the heart of the Greek government went on the offensive this weekend, stating that the struggling euro zone nation would not need a further loan.
European taxpayers should not be left accountable for the securities that form part of the ECB's new asset-purchase program, according to the president of the Deutsche Bundesbank.
Shares in Franco-Dutch airline Air France-KLM fell more than 3 percent as pilots at the French arm of the business began a one-week strike.
The vote is on a knife edge, with three out of four weekend polls suggesting a small victory for the No camp.
Bill Ackman has announced plans to float a fund on the Amsterdam Stock Exchange, with the hope of raising at least $5 billion.
Ukraine's central bank governor has dismissed fears of a default, even as the country is said to be facing a Greek-style debt controversy.
Phones 4u said it is seeking the appointment of administrators after its key partner EE said it would not be renewing its network agreement.
Heineken says it was approached by larger rival SABMiller about a potential takeover but that its controlling shareholder intended to keep the company independent.
Sweden's center-left Social Democrat leader Stefan Lofven emerged as victor in Sunday's general election.
Terrorist group Islamic State released a video Saturday purportedly showing the execution of British aid worker David Haines.
The family owners of beer company Heineken have rejected a takeover approach from beer conglomerate SABMiller, Bloomberg reported.
The fate of the United Kingdom remained unclear five days before a historic referendum on Scottish independence as three new polls on Saturday showed a slight lead for supporters of the union.
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While the IMF’s forecast remains unchanged on Europe, they are concerned about downside risks explains Poul Thomsen, director European department at IMF.
Klaus Regling, MD of the ESM, discusses which countries could benefit from more loose monetary and fiscal policy, to support global growth.