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Credit Suisse has seen no material impact on its business from a U.S. settlement for helping wealthy Americans evade taxes, the bank's CFO said,
Manchester United hired Louis van Gaal as its new manger to restore the club to its former glory and bring stability back.
The record level of growth seen in the UK housing market slowed in March after data showed an 8 percent rise in property prices year on year.
The cost of living in Britain edged up more than expected in April, although it remained below the Bank of England's 2 percent target.
Clothing and food retailer Marks & Spencer reported full-year earnings that managed to beat market expectations on Tuesday but still marked a steady decline for the U.K. bellwether.
Shares in U.K. mobile operator Vodafone fell 3 percent shortly after market open after the group reported a 1.9 percent fall in full-year revenue.
A Swiss court has ordered a Russian billionaire to pay more than $4.5 billion to his ex-wife in what could become the biggest divorce settlement in history, the AP reports.
The LSE Group has entered exclusive talks to buy Russell Investments, for an expected $3 billion, the FT reports.
When in distress, American banks call Warren Buffett. In Europe, banks have turned instead to the Middle Eastern principality of Qatar.
BP has suffered a decisive setback in its court battle to limit the cost of its settlement for victims of the 2010 Deepwater Horizon disaster, the FT reports.
The Justice Department filed a criminal complaint against Swiss bank Credit Suisse on Monday, alleging the bank conspired to help clients evade taxes.
The IMF said Germany could invest up to 0.5 percent of gross domestic product a year more over four years without violating fiscal rules.
Credit Suisse guilty plea with U.S. authorities is likely to be announced after the market close on Monday, two sources said.
As AstraZeneca's shares slid following its rejection of Pfizer's new bid, the company's chairman said he was "reasonably confident" it was the right decision.
Dutchman Louis van Gaal had been handed the job of reviving U.K. soccer club Manchester United's fortunes.
Ireland has been "unfairly singled out" as a tax haven for corporations, Ryanair CEO Michael O'Leary tells CNBC. "I wish we were, but we're not."
Britain's opposition Labour party will pledge to raise the statutory minimum wage if it wins the next election.
Jurassic Park comes to England! Fossils, skulls and stuffed animals are to be auctioned with key pieces expected to fetch thousands of dollars.
Deutsche Bank's co-CEO has said the bank's plans to raise $11 billion, will "take advantage of the very significant changes in the operating environment" it sees coming.
A debate that's raged for several decades - and could rage for many more - came to the fore once again with London being named as the best city for "economic clout".
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