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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.
Europe needs a "single market for energy" to bolster investment and move away from its reliance on Russia, the CEO of Enel told CNBC.
Bank of England Governor Mark Carney struck a more dovish tone, remaining balanced on the issue of a sooner-than-expected rate rise.
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Better a lucky governor than one that's always right. At least, that's what Mark Carney will be hoping for as he faces politicians on Tuesday.
Foreign buyers were one of the main drivers of the Spanish housing market in the first quarter, accounting for 20 percent of all sales.
Separatist leaders in two main areas of Ukraine's east have agreed to a ceasefire with Ukrainian forces until June 27, one of them, Boroday, said.
Scotland could become a financial hub to rival Frankfurt and also double its wealth over the next 25 years, a new report claimed.
Asos has resumed trading after it was forced to suspend orders following a suspected arson attack at its main warehouse.
Growth in business activity in the euro zone slowed unexpectedly for the second month running, easing to its weakest level since December.
French bank likely to pay $8-$9 billion as part of a settlement with U.S., a person familiar with the matter tells news wires.
Russia's Vladimir Putin on Saturday voiced limited support for Ukraine's unilateral ceasefire in its conflict with pro-Russian separatists, but told President Petro Poroshenko there had to be talks with the rebels to prevent the truce collapsing.
Europe's banks are under siege from digital disruption, according to a report out on Monday.
GE will be allowed to proceed with its revised offer to buy Alstom's power and grid business as long as it meets certain conditions.
European Central Bank President Mario Draghi said large-scale asset purchases are part of the central bank's toolkit, but for now it would focus on its latest set of stimulus measures.
The number of "silver-splitters" – couples who divorce around retirement age – is on the rise, and is set to affect the broader U.K. property market.
Philips Electronics said on Friday it had won a patent infringement cases against Nintendo in the United Kingdom.
English soccer reached another low point on Thursday evening when the team lost yet another World Cup game at the hands of Uruguay.
Disney's latest animated blockbuster, "Frozen" is firing up Norway's tourism sector, as U.S. fans flock to experience the country's scenic delights.
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