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Swiss sanitary equipment maker Geberit said it would buy Finnish bath and toilet firm Sanitec in a deal valued at about $1.4 billion.
Catalonia's leader will call off a referendum on independence from Spain and look for alternative ways to consult Catalans.
U.K. retail sales fell to the lowest levels last month since December 2008, as food sales declined and clothing sales hit record lows.
Russia and China signed energy, trade and finance agreements on Monday that will help Moscow weather Western sanctions over the Ukraine crisis.
With four out of five purchases made by debit card or electronically, Sweden is fast becoming a cashless society.
The pay gap between CEOs and the rest of the workforce is widening in Britain, with FTSE 100 bosses earning 120 times more than average employees.
French economist Jean Tirole has won the Nobel prize for economics for research on market power and regulation.
Bright young professionals from the banking industry have been asked to attend a year-long course run by the Anglican Church.
Google has received nearly 150,000 requests for links to be removed under Europe's "right to be forgotten" rule.
France's finance minister has defended the speed at which his country has implemented reforms, as each country needs to go "at its own pace".
Michael Noonan, Ireland’s finance minister, is under international pressure over the country’s tax rules.
Bank of England Governor Mark Carney told CNBC that recent world events will now play a role in its policy ahead of its November meeting.
The “extra push” the ECB’s plans to buy bonds will give outweighs fears that it will become a “junk bank,” Cyprus’ finance minister told CNBC.
Finland's prime minister suggested on Monday that Apple could be to blame for the demise of its two biggest industries.
The U.K. government plans to sell its stake in the Eurostar train operator that links Britain with the European continent, George Osborne announced.
France and Italy will keep pressure on Germany this week to use government money to revive the euro zone.
Britain's anti-EU UK Independence Party said it would use its growing success to try to secure an early referendum on leaving the EU.
Italy's Luxottica said its co-chief executive planned to resign after just six weeks in the job.
Russia's finance minister sought to reassure investors that the country is still a safe and "very profitable" bet for firms looking to do business there.
One of France's largest banks is teaming up with social network Twitter this week to allow its customers to transfer money via tweets.
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