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Barclays pulled a bond offering after it emerged that the New York attorney general was preparing to sue the UK bank for securities fraud.
The London property market, right now, has plenty in common with Hong Kong at the height of its property market boom.
France and Switzerland agreed to cooperate to crack down on citizens with hidden Swiss bank accounts to root out tax dodgers and cheats.
EU citizens who have had their privacy breached by state authorities while in the U.S. could be protected by American laws.
Prime minister's former adviser may face new trial in a case that has cast a shadow over the UK news industry and Rupert Murdoch's News Corp.
Netherlands' famous red light districts and "coffee" shops selling drugs contribute $3.4 billion a year to the national economy.
Underwear maker Hanesbrands said it will buy former sister company DBApparel, bringing back together two global lingerie brands.
London’s reputation as a leading financial hub has been hit, but some argue that financial technology could be its saving grace.
House prices in the Irish capital have risen by up to 22 percent in a year, according to Ireland's Central Statistics Office.
The U.K.'s leading payday lender, Wonga, must pay over £2.6 million to its customers after it sent out bogus legal letters.
The British Medical Association voted on Tuesday in favor of a lifelong ban on cigarette sales to people born after 2000.
A Spanish court has formalized charges against Cristina de Borbon, sister of King Felipe VI, and her husband in a corruption investigation.
Britain is to ban employment contracts that forbid workers from taking on extra work elsewhere but guarantee no minimum income.
Moorad Choudhry believes the BoE is giving the impression it is making up policy as it goes along.
Norway's $890 billion sovereign wealth fund, the world's biggest, will invest in more equity and fixed income markets.
France has stepped up its offensive on global internet regulation and governance, in an effort to protect its wine.
Russian shares leapt to a five-month high after President Vladimir Putin asked parliament to revoke Russia's right to send troops to Ukraine.
Ex-News Corp executive Rebekah Brooks not guilty of phone hacking and other crimes while ex-editor Andy Coulson gets guilty verdict.
Data roaming charges will be slashed by more than half in the EU next month as lawmakers push ahead with plans to scrap the fees altogether.
German business sentiment fell more than expected in June, signalling that Europe's largest economy is taking a breather.
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Standard Chartered is reportedly gearing up for some big job cuts. Chirantan Barua, senior research analyst for UK Banks at Sanford C. Bernstein, discusses.
While the IMF’s forecast remains unchanged on Europe, they are concerned about downside risks explains Poul Thomsen, director European department at IMF.
Klaus Regling, MD of the ESM, discusses which countries could benefit from more loose monetary and fiscal policy, to support global growth.