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Christmas comes just once a year – but the problems affecting the big U.K. supermarkets are expected to linger all year long.
The shadow of a general election and a possible exit from the European Union are already making investors nervous about the UK in 2015.
Scotland’s housing market bounced back at the end of 2014 after the “no” vote for independence boosted the country’s real estate, Knight Frank said.
As Greece heads towards a general election that will determine its future in the euro zone, governments across the region are piling on the pressure.
Club Mediterrannee is expected to back an offer from a consortium led by Chinese billionaire Guo Guangchang, after a rival declined to raise his offer.
The euro can't seem to catch a break, starting 2015 with a drop to a nine-year low as the timetable for central bank action appears to step up.
Draghi is on the verge of launching mass purchases of government bonds with new money - in the hopes of jolting Europe's economy into life.
Germany believes that the euro zone can cope with a Greece exit if that proved to be necessary, according to a report.
U.K. Prime Minister David Cameron wants to bring forward a planned referendum on Britain's membership of the European Union from late 2017.
Apps and ebooks could cost you more this year, under new European rules designed to stop tax avoidance by multinational companies.
For years, people have been declaring the death of pay TV at the hands of download companies like Netflix. But that moment has not yet arrived.
European leaders are warning of the rise of right-wing political movements in Europe amid fears of "unrest and political turmoil."
Russia's 2014 oil output hit a post-Soviet record high average of 10.58 million barrels per day (bpd), Energy Ministry data showed.
The manufacturing sector in the euro zone remained subdued in December, marking an end to a worrying year for the region.
For Russians, who celebrate Christmas on January 7th, this year’s headaches will not be solely vodka-induced.
French economist Thomas Piketty, who shot to fame with his controversial book on wealth and inequality, has declined the country's highest award.
ECB's Mario Draghi said the risk the central bank won't fulfill its mandate of preserving price stability was higher now than half a year ago.
Lithuania joined the euro zone on Thursday, despite concerns about the currency union's economy and reignited fears about a possible 'Grexit'.
Last year was a tumultuous one for oil, with Brent crude prices declining almost 50 percent since June. What will 2015 bring?
The union battling to save the jobs of workers notified of their redundancy on Christmas Day has claimed that a credible bid could be in the offing.
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European markets opened higher on Friday after getting hammered the day before as crude oil prices saw a rebound.
Pierre Moscovici, European Commissioner for economic and financial affairs, says the market fundamentals of Europe's banks are solid.
CNBC's Tania Bryer heads to the BAFTA's annual gala dinner and talks to some of Hollywood's biggest names about this year's controversial Academy Awards.