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
U.K. house prices have increased yet again but property agents warn that political developments are denting growth in the luxury market.
British insurer Prudential said group new business profit was up 17 percent in the year to date on a constant exchange rate basis.
AstraZeneca said it had made good progress in developing a pipeline of new drugs.
Low-cost airline easyJet reported a 21.5 percent jump in annual profit prompting it to raise its dividend.
European new car sales rose 6.2 percent in October from year-ago levels as volume and premium leaders saw stronger demand in key markets.
The European Commission on Monday adopted emergency measures to contain an outbreak of bird flu in the Netherlands and Britain.
The euro zone's economic growth weakened over the summer months, the ECB head said, and stressed he was willing to do more if needed.
The European Central Bank is likely to start buying government bonds in the first half of next year, a former member of the Bank told CNBC on Monday.
British Prime Minister David Cameron says the global economy is again showing worrying signs of an imminent financial crisis.
With a nominal ceasefire in the eastern region of Ukraine coming to an end, the president of the country has declared that it is ready for "total war."
Repeated scandals at banks' trading desks show the sector's compensation must be regulated to stop encouraging misconduct, BOE Gov. Mark Carney said.
Bird flu found on a duck farm in northern England might be linked to a strain of the disease found at a poultry farm in the Netherlands and Germany.
A $17 billion loan may not be enough for Ukraine to manage its finances if the conflict with Russia continues, the International Monetary Fund warned over the weekend.
Economic growth in France may exceed the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development's (OECD) 0.4 percent target this year, finance minister Michel Sapin told CNBC over the weekend.
The Swiss National Bank faces the biggest test of its cap on the franc in two years.
Dutch authorities banned poultry transport after finding a strain of bird flu that can jump the species barrier to humans.
The global economy should be growing at a much faster pace than it currently is, the chief economist of the OECD warned on Sunday.
Five banks at the heart of the forex rate rigging probe are preparing to claw back millions of dollars in bonuses from traders. The FT reports.
Russia's Vladimir Putin plans to leave the G-20 early, a member of his delegation said, after Western leaders blasted Moscow for the Ukraine crisis.
Scotland may seek another independence vote if Britain fails to give it further autonomy, the outgoing Scottish National Party leader warned.
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