Turkey advised people to postpone non-urgent travel to Russia on Saturday, as the tit-for-tat accusations continue after the downing of a Russian jet.» Read More
People expecting "market guidance" from the U.S. Federal Reserve (Fed) proceedings last week at Jackson Hole, Wyoming, got nothing. That is as it should be.
With general election just a month away, there are fears that Swedes could be the Achilles heel of a country that boasts a coveted AAA score from credit rating agencies.
'There must be two sides to be successful. You cannot achieve peace on your own. I hope the talks with Russia will lead to success,' Merkel said.
Draghi, in remarks for the Jackson Hole economic policy conference, also said recent data confirmed the euro area was still uniformly weak.
Ukraine declared that Russia had launched a "direct invasion" of its territory after Moscow sent a convoy of aid trucks across the border.
Global equity markets reacted to news that tensions between Russia and Ukraine had flared up, with European equities particularly badly hit.
Russian shoppers travelling to Europe are spending less, as geopolitical tensions and rouble weakness curb their shopping sprees.
NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen said NATO is observing an alarming buildup of Russian ground and air forces near Ukraine.
Britain's Co-Operative Bank said it expected to make further job cuts having already reduced its staff numbers by 21 percent.
Get ready to embrace ugly vegetables as your supermarket could soon stock them - in hope that you will cut down on food waste.
Turkish president-elect Tayyip Erdogan named Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu as his future prime minister on Thursday.
The Ukrainian President said he would call on Russian President Vladimir Putin to rein in pro-Russian separatists when the two men meet next week.
The perceived value of homes in the U.K. rose at the slowest rate in five months in August, in what may be the latest sign house price growth in the country is finally starting to subside.
Swiss watch exports to China saw a bumper 49 percent rise in July from the same time last year, industry figures show, a remarkable return to growth.
Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko may announce the dissolution of parliament as early as Sunday, his spokesman said.
More than 600 people traveled to Switzerland to die between 2008 and 2012, and the numbers doubled over those years, researchers reported.
Business activity in the euro zone slipped in August, with growth in both the region's manufacturing and services sector slowing over the month.
The Ukrainian government needs “Russian influence” to deal with the problems within its borders, one of its most senior members said.
U.K. retail sales grew at a slower pace than expected in July after a fall in the amount spent on food for the first time in 25 years.
Fears about Russian sanctions are driving the price of palladium to 13-year highs, and analysts say it could go much higher.
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