Fears of another liquidity shock in the European banking system have gripped the markets this week, with the price of insurance for European bank debt ballooning.» Read More
The latest anti-Russia resolution from the House is one of the worst pieces of legislation I can remember, says former Rep. Ron Paul.
Vastly divergent policies from global central banks have sparked investor concern that 2015 is set to be a turbulent year.
A wish list of almost 2,000 projects has been drawn up by the EU, in an attempt to revive growth and jobs in EU countries.
The Greek government's budget row with the Troika could mean its last tranche of aid could be delayed further.
Italy has rejected Standard and Poor's downgrade of the country's sovereign credit rating and investors don't seem to care either.
We've all fought the urge to play a quick round of Angry Birds during a boring meeting, but should you do it at the tax-payer's expense?
The mayor of Paris called for diesel cars to be banned from the French capital by 2020 and said pedestrian-only neighborhoods should be created.
U.K. activist investment fund Crystal Amber is in talks with investors about buying shares in Sainsbury's, The Sunday Telegraph newspaper said.
CFOs have told CNBC that softer growth in China and the threat of deflation in the euro zone are the two biggest issues their firms are facing.
Prince William and his wife Kate arrived on Sunday for their first visit to New York City.
UBS Wealth Management has shifted its exposure to Swiss stocks and taken money out of the U.K., in view of the decline in the oil price.
French President Hollande said after an impromptu visit to Russia for crisis talks on Saturday that a ceasefire could take hold in Ukraine soon.
Russia's Vladimir Putin is going to "lock somebody up" to send a message to speculators betting against the ruble, says former diplomat David Gordon.
The Vatican's top prosecutor has frozen bank accounts of two former Vatican bank managers as part of a probe into the sale of Vatican-owned real estate.
Morgan Stanley said on Friday it will pay more of its bonuses to employees upfront and defer less, because the bank is on a better financial footing.
Malaysia's government said Friday it has picked Christoph Mueller, the CEO of Ireland's Aer Lingus, as the new head of its beleaguered flag carrier.
S&P cut Italy's credit rating to one notch above junk, saying weak growth and poor competitiveness undermined the sustainability of its huge debt pile.
The European Union may ditch plans to force banks to keep high-risk trading activities separate from their main businesses because of some opposition.
The head of the Bank of Cyprus - which made history by seizing depositors' money during the financial crisis – said the lender is back on its feet.
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