Greek Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis insists he did nothing wrong running a secret project over a possible Grexit, The Financial Times reports.» Read More
The IMF's Christine Lagarde has called for more monetary easing by the European Central Bank to combat falling inflation.
The ECB meets Thursday and here's the dilemma it faces,says Mohamed El-Erian.
Russia’s economy was troubled before the recent controversial annexation of Crimea – and its way back to strong growth is not yet clear.
Michel Sapin, one of President Hollande's closest allies, has been appointed finance minister, replacing Pierre Moscovici, following a reshuffle by new Prime Minister Manuel Valls.
More than half of women have experienced harassment and bullying at work, according to the biggest study of women in the workplace, and the sectors where it is the worst might surprise you.
As European banks gear up for stress tests, one analyst told CNBC that almost none of them would pass the U.S.'s tougher scrutiny.
The number of international students opting for a U.K. university education has fallen for the first time in nearly three decades.
How do you know when you're rich? According to a survey, most people reckon it is when you are worth over £10 million ($17 million).
The CEO of the Swiss stock exhange told CNBC he was more concerned about the lack of transparency in so-called dark pools than about HFT per se.
Recent strength in the euro bears a worrying similarity to the bubble-like conditions seen before 2008, a currency strategist tells CNBC.
The U.K. finance minister has waded in to the storm over the City regulator's insurance investigation.
Michel Sapin, a long-time political ally of President Francois Hollande who was his labor minister, was named to the powerful finance minister post on Wednesday.
The head of the world's third-largest port operator DP World firmly believes in a rebound in European economic growth.
Online fashion retailer Asos posted a drop in profits as it boosts spending on international expansion, particularly into China.
Economists remain divided over when the ECB will act - if at all. Here's a look at the arguments for and against intervention by the central bank.
NATO suspended all practical cooperation with Russia on Tuesday in protest at its annexation of Crimea.
British clothing retailer Marks & Spencer, hit at home by dwindling sales, plans to expand its international stores by more than a half.
The driver of a Lamborghini Aventador faces a very hefty fine and repair bill after it was involved in a three-car crash.
British insurance body the Association of British Insurers (ABI) has called for an independent probe into the City regulator.
Russian natural gas producer Gazprom announced a more than 40 percent increase in the price of gas for Ukraine on Tuesday.
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Kawther Hashem, nutritionist and researcher for "Action on Sugar," explains why transparent labeling on sugary foods should be more widely used in U.K. supermarkets.
Teva Pharmaceutical has announced plans to acquire Allergan's generic drug business for $40.5 billion. Ronny Gal, stock analyst at Sanford C. Bernstein, discusses.
On Monday, the Shanghai Composite had its biggest one-day drop since Feb 2007, yet Douglas Morton, head of Asia research at Aviate Global, explains why the moves aren't that extraordinary.