Global economic growth is likely to be weaker than earlier expected, the head of the International Monetary Fund said on Tuesday.» Read More
Lloyds Banking Group priced its high-profile flotation of a quarter of its TSB division at 220-290 pence per share on Monday.
Russian companies are preparing to switch contracts to renminbi and other Asian currencies amid fears that western sanctions may freeze them out.
With the jury expected to be out from early this week, it is now a waiting game.
The U.K.'s economy is doing well—but there are still problems to be addressed, the managing director of the International Monetary Fund warned.
Petro Poroshenko took the oath on Saturday as Ukraine's president, buoyed by Western support.
Hungary's central bank should keep its benchmark interest rate on hold and adopt a tightening bias, the IMF said late on Friday.
Private equity billionaire Wilbur Ross tells CNBC he's more likely to put money to work in Europe, after the ECB's interest rate move.
Ireland’s credit rating was upgraded to A- with “positive” outlook by Standard & Poor’s
It has now become cheaper for Ireland - despite being a major casualty of the euro zone sovereign debt crisis - to borrow money than the U.S. government.
The ECB could still conduct Federal Reserve-style asset purchases and tweak key rates even further, the central bank’s vice-president said.
Russian President Vladimir and Ukrainian president-elect Petro Poroshenko speak on the sidelines of D-Day ceremony in France.
Productivity and the housing market are the key risks facing the U.K., the International Monetary Fund has warned
Vodafone, the world's second-biggest mobile phone company, said government agencies in a small number of countries in which it operates have direct access to its network, enabling them to listen in to calls.
Britain must be alert to rising house prices and indebtedness, finance minister George Osborne said on Friday.
Britons' increasingly expect an interest rate hike over the next year, even though their inflation forecasts have fallen.
The raft of stimulus measures launched by Mario Draghi, President of European Central Bank, has left critics still wanting more.
Germany's Bundesbank raised its growth forecasts for the euro zone's largest economy this year.
BNP Paribas is facing a management shake-up as it struggles to reach a settlement with US authorities over alleged sanctions violations.
The euro continued to rise despite the ECB's all-out assault on the specter of deflation, and some analysts believe it won't weaken anytime soon.
The ECB's move to lower interest rates makes Europe an attractive place to invest, two investment pros told CNBC's "Power Lunch."
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