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The European Central Bank (ECB) has discussed a 500-billion-euro ($593 billion) quantitative easing program, a source at the central bank told CNBC.
Al Qaeda militants in Syria are plotting attacks to inflict mass casualties in the West, possibly against transport systems or "iconic targets", the head of Britain's MI5 Security Service said on Thursday.
The ECB is considering three main options for quantitative easing but two of them could hurt confidence in the bloc's most indebted states.
Here's how newspapers around the world reacted to Wednesday's attack at Paris' Charlie Hebdo magazine.
The euro hit a fresh nine-year low against the U.S. dollar on Thursday, taking it close to its starting point in 1999.
Europe could be looking at a deflationary environment for the next five years, debt investor Marc Lasry tells CNBC.
European stocks surged to close almost 3 percent higher after ECB chief Draghi reiterated the central bank was ready to start "full-blown" QE.
Falling oil prices and deflation are weighing on Norway and Sweden respectively, while Finland has been hit by the recession in Russia.
Spain's Santander, the euro zone's largest bank by market value, said on Thursday that it would raise 7.5 billion euros ($8.82 billion) in capital.
The world's largest container ship is making waves on its maiden voyage, as it arrives at the Port of Felixstowe in Suffolk, England.
With France reeling from several shootings in 24 hours, terrorism experts warn that budget cuts in Europe might hurt counter-terrorism efforts.
A deal that would have seen a convicted rapist sign for soccer club Oldham Athletic has been called off, as a number of sponsors pulled out.
Billionaire investor George Soros has called on European officials to urgently boost their efforts to support the Ukrainian economy.
The Bank of England held interest rates at a record low as expected on Thursday, as the country's economy continues to hold up relatively well.
The manhunt for the two suspects in the killing of 12 people in Paris is concentrating on an area north-east of the capital.
Embattled Tesco reported that sales fell over the Christmas period and announced that it would not be paying a final dividend this year.
Market fears over a potential win for Syriza in Greek elections are rife, but there are disagreements over what exactly the party could unleash.
Alisher Usmanov is no longer Russia's wealthiest individual after losing $4.5 billion of his fortune last year, according to Wealth-X.
Unthinkable even a few weeks ago, but now pros are saying the weakening currency may fall so low it could trade at parity with the dollar—or even lower.
Inflation in Europe has shifted into reverse. But growing worries about a prolonged, painful bout of deflation may be premature.
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