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Conflicting economic priorities in Europe likely will spell the end for the region's common currency, according to Dennis Gartman.
The German government will cut its economic growth forecasts for 2014 and 2015 next week, according to two sources in the ruling coalition.
One of George Osborne's closest advisers is thought to be considering leaving government, possibly for a high paying role at a hedge fund.
The Greek Prime Minister comfortably won a confidence vote in parliament in the early hours of Saturday.
The world's stock markets slumped on Friday, hit by concerns over global growth and more disappointing data from Germany.
BMW outsold German rivals Audi and Mercedes-Benz in September thanks to strong demand in Europe.
European Central Bank policymaker Ewald Nowotny would not rule out forever a policy of quantitative easing, or printing money to buy government bonds, he said.
Macedonia said it was checking for the Ebola virus in a British man who died within hours of being admitted to hospital in the capital Skopje on Thursday.
Last year, a Conservative Party grandee described them as “clowns” – yet now they are the biggest challenge to main UK political parties for decades.
Andriy Kobolev, CEO of state gas firm Naftogaz, has one of the toughest jobs in the energy industry. It isn't getting easier.
The Bank of England left its benchmark interest rate unchanged as expected on Thursday, as wage growth and productivity remain weak.
As fears over the euro zone's recovery mount, a panel of top guests joined CNBC Anchor Geoff Cutmore to debate the region's future.
Germany's finance minister and renowned American economist Larry Summers discuss the best way to reinvigorate the euro zone's struggling economy.
London is the world’s top “power” city for business and innovation, surpassing rivals like New York and Hong Kong, according to a new index.
There is a risk of a "new mediocre" setting in, in Europe says David Lipton, first deputy managing director at the IMF. He adds that more should be done at a national level to support the ECB's work.
Europe is on the same path as Japan was on in the 1990s says Larry Summers, professor of economics at Harvard University.
The Bank of Italy said bad loans in the country rose 20 percent year-on-year in August reaching a new record high.
If euro zone countries do not complete vital structural reforms, the currency union faces another "lost decade," Hans-Werner Sinn, president of the Ifo Institute, told CNBC.
One of the parent companies of Portugal's embattled Banco Espirito Santo confirmed it was to file for bankruptcy, adding to the saga at the lender.
Axel Weber warns that the economic issues surrounding the slowdown in Germany are not being fully understood.
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