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The U.K.’s upcoming vote on whether to remain in the European Union or go it alone could hit the housing market - particularly in super-expensive London.
Prudential on Wednesday reported a 22 percent rise in full-year operating profit, and hiked its dividend for 2015.
Deutsche Post DHL’s transformation is bearing fruit, its CEO told CNBC on Wednesday, with the group delivering earnings “as expected”
The Queen has complained to the U.K. media watchdog over claims that she had backed the campaign for Britain to leave the European Union.
After four years in the Elysée Palace, François Hollande has become a political puzzle, the Financial Times reports.
If successful, the lawsuit would add to financial pressures on Volkswagen that its chief executive said on Tuesday would be "substantial and painful".
The UN and human rights groups warned on Tuesday that a tentative European Union deal with Turkey to send back irregular migrants may be illegal.
The BoE is to offer extra liquidity to U.K. banks in the weeks running up to the referendum on Britain's membership of the EU.
RWE hopes it can overcome a crisis at its British unit Npower by 2018, its chief executive said, after the business swung to an operating loss.
Deutsche Boerse and the London Stock Exchange target more than 3 million euros in cost synergies, according to Reuters' sources.
A mystery investor has built up a stake of close to 5 per cent in Burberry, prompting it to seek help from its advisers, the Financial Times reports.
Germany is seeking a longer-term solution to the migrant crisis, a key ally of Merkel said, as EU leaders came to a tentative deal with Turkey.
Action is needed to boost the global economy, with volatile financial markets and low commodity prices fueling concerns about its health, the IMF has said.
"Binge-drinking" is still prevalent among young British drinkers despite longer-term trends indicating that young adults are drinking less.
"Super" Mario Draghi, the President of the European Central Bank, is widely expected to tinker with the euro zone's financial plumbing.
France has opened a formal investigation into suspected "aggravated fraud" by Volkswagen following revelations it rigged diesel emissions tests.
It doesn't seem too long ago that Europe despaired as yet another country appeared on the brink of collapse. Now, Cyprus is a success story.
EU leaders welcomed Turkey's offer to take back all migrants who cross into Europe from its soil and agreed in principle to Ankara's demands for more money.
European and Turkish leaders are gathered in Brussels for an emergency summit on Monday to discuss the migrant crisis.
The Norwegian government has defended its decision to withdraw money from the country’s sovereign wealth fund.