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The crisis in Ukraine may have slipped from the headlines briefly, but the increasing risks it poses shouldn’t be far from investors’ minds.
The euro zone's recovery fails to take hold as unemployment holds steady and manufacturing activity slides.
Former French President Nicolas Sarkozy was being held on Tuesday for questioning over suspected influence-peddling, a legal source said.
Prosecutors said the company agreed to forfeit $8.9 billion for engaging in "long-term, multi-jurisdictional conspiracy" to violate sanctions laws.
Few expect the ECB to act on Thursday – but that hasn’t stopped a number of analysts saying that more stimulus is needed.
Ukrainian President Poroshenko said government forces would renew offensive operations against pro-Russian rebels and "free our lands".
The IMF's board confirmed Cyprus was on track with the conditions of its bailout, enabling the immediate disbursement of 84 million euros.
Contagion from Bulgaria’s bank run is viewed as unlikely, but the crisis has put the spotlight back on eastern Europe’s financial sector.
Euro zone inflation held steady in June, meeting expectations, but remained well below the European Central Bank's target.
Britain's property market showed further signs of cooling as U.K. mortgage approvals for May fell to an 11-month low.
Financial services in the U.K. are the country's biggest exportable service and are now likely to help plug the current account deficit.
The European Commission has approved a Bulgarian request to extend a credit line of $2.30 billion in support of banks.
Tesco management pleaded with shareholders to remain patient at a heated annual meeting on Friday.
The Ukrainian President has told CNBC his country will 'defend itself' against Russia if it fails to de-escalate tensions in east Ukraine by Monday.
Deutsche Bank cut its global growth forecast on Friday and warned a summer tempest could await financial markets.
Sober Lane bar's Friday nights are described as "wild", so it comes as no surprise that the bar is using Snapchat in its hiring drive.
EU leaders nominated Jean-Claude Juncker to the bloc's top job, despite staunch opposition by U.K. Prime Minister David Cameron.
Shares of Bulgaria's First Investment Bank fell more than 20 percent on Friday, as the central bank warned of an attempt to destabilise the country through an organised attack on the banking system.
BNP Paribas is set to plead guilty to criminal charges and pay an $8.9 billion penalty to the U.S. The New York Times reports.
In a memo to staff, Barclays CEO Anthony Jenkins warns he will not "tolerate any circumstances in which our clients are lied to".
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