The U.K. will put "security first," the finance minister said. Plus, he scrapped plans to cut welfare payments to low-paid workers.» Read More
Virgin Money, one of the upstart UK banks, is expected to announce plans to raise around $3.2 billion in an initial public offering this week.
British business will not be harmed by a British exit from the European Union, the leader of Britain's euroskeptic U.K. Independence Party (UKIP) told CNBC.
Russia's foreign minister says it's time to repeat the "reset," Washington's name for an attempt to improve ties early in Obama's presidency.
One of the most crucial questions surrounding the ECB's purchase of asset-backed securities will remain unanswered for some time. The FT reports.
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Some of the world's leading banks are slated for a £2 billion fine from U.K. regulators, following investigations into currency rigging.
The president of Spain's Catalonia signed a decree calling an independence referendum, putting him on a collision course with the government.
Britain's parliament backs PM Cameron and votes to approve airstrikes against Islamic State militants in Iraq.
The world's three economic superpowers are heading for a major collapse because their economic models favor consumption instead of productivity, one economist has warned.
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Jean-Claude Juncker has deprived Britain's Lord Hill of lead responsibility for overseeing financial sector pay, the FT reports.
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Air France-KLM said it would continue to develop a low-cost airline in France, dismissing union demands.
Vladimir Putin has demanded a reopening of the EU's recently-ratified trade pact with Ukraine.
Russian courts could get the green light to seize foreign assets on Russian territory under a draft law.
Amid heightened expectations of yet more stimulus from the ECB, one economist is predicting that a Fed-style QE program could be unleashed next week.
Vladimir Putin slapped restrictions on U.S. poultry imports. Are American chicken farmers worried? No. No, they're not.
The Bank of England is getting nearer to raising interest rates, but it will depend on economic data, Governor Mark Carney said on Thursday.
Greece’s cost of borrowing has risen sharply this week, thanks to political uncertainty and fears the 2015 budget will not be approved by the Troika.
Google has fought back with a point-by-point rebuttal to criticisms leveled against the company's operations by Rupert Murdoch's News Corp.
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George Osborne, U.K. finance minister, announces changes to the country's national health service, including a £6 billion cash injection into its budget, and removes the cap on the number of student nurses by replacing direct funding with student loans.
George Osborne, U.K. finance minister, lays out the aims of his latest budget statement and says that U.K. debt will fall this year.
George Osborne, U.K. finance minister, announces a change in direction on reforms to working tax credits, which have been the focal point of several political arguments in the U.K., and says the government will run a budget surplus of 0.5 percent by 2020.