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A growing number of economists has warned that not dealing with weaker prices could cause a downward economic spiral.
Retail stocks in the U.K. have seen a spike in short-selling since the start of the year, according to financial research firm Markit.
Pope Francis has sacked nearly all the cardinals from the commission charged with overseeing the scandal-hit Vatican Bank.
ABN Amro broke most banking stereotypes when its chairman dressed up in drag and masqueraded as a brothel owner at a corporate event.
European car sales rose 13.3 percent in December, the European Automobile Manufacturer's Association said, but declined 1.7 percent in 2013 from the previous year.
According to HSBC's global head of foreign exchange strategy, the euro is at risk of following the same course as the ill-fated Aussie.
Sports Direct, Britain's largest sporting goods retailer, said it had put in place a financial structure to manage its newly-acquired exposure to Debenhams, which could result in its stake rising by 2 percent to 6.6 percent.
Carrefour said sales in austerity-hit Spain returned to growth in the fourth quarter for the first time since 2008.
Deutsche Bank, Germany's biggest bank, has suspended several currency traders in New York in an internal probe.
Portugal is confident it will exit bailout program on May 17 but the economic recovery still has a way to go, Portugal's secretary of state for European Affairs told CNBC.
Cash bonuses at RBS will be limited to £2,000 next year, Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron told Parliament.
A deal to regulate high-frequency trading and curb commodity speculation has been clinched by the EU.
The European Union has lost its way and must adapt to survive, the former Slovakian prime minister told CNBC.
British luxury brand Burberry posted a 14 percent rise in underlying retail revenue in the Christmas quarter.
Global critics of Germany's large current account surplus should be careful what they wish for, the head of Germany's influential Ifo Institute said.
The ECB is set to allow the euro zone's top banks to meet less stringent definitions for bad loans than previously planned.
It’s time for the ECB to flesh out publicly its deflation strategy, the way Bernanke did for the Fed a decade ago, these NYU Stern professors argue.
French President Francois Hollande made little mention of personal matters during his press conference on Tuesday.
This year will present plenty of risk for central and eastern Europe but the region still has a rosy growth outlook, according to Nomura.
Inflation in Britain fell more than expected in December, hitting the Bank of England's 2 percent target for the first time since November 2009.
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Andrew Charlesworth, fund manager at John Laing Infrastructure Fund, says government-funded infrastructure projects can end up being less efficient than those led by the private-sector.
Hans Redeker, global head of foreign exchange strategy at Morgan Stanley, discusses whether emerging markets or the U.S. are ultimately to blame for recent market volatility.
Hundreds of thousands of Malaysians are expected to take to the streets to protest against what has been described as Malaysia's biggest financial scandal.