The U.K. economy grew by 0.6 percent in the second-quarter of the year, quarter-on-quarter, according to the first official estimate out since the country's Brexit vote stunned global markets. » Read More
Russian Prime Minister Dmitriy Medvedev has whipped up a storm on Russian social media for an off-the-cuff comment he made to a Russian pensioner.
German bund yields headed towards 0 percent on Thursday, as investors sought shelter from diverging central bank policy and the possibility of a "Brexit."
European Central Bank President Mario Draghi warned on Thursday of "lasting economic consequences" of years of weak output.
European Central Bank Governing Council member Erkki Liikanen said on Thursday the council had not discussed the idea of' helicopter money' in its meetings.
U.K.'s triple A sovereign rating may be cut should Britain vote on June 23 to leave the EU, a Standards and Poor executive said Wednesday.
The impact of the Brexit vote is being felt in London's property market, with many overseas investors sitting on the sidelines.
The role of the euro in the global monetary system is falling and is particularly noticeable within foreign exchange reserves.
Suzuki Motor Corp's Chief Executive and Chairman Osamu Suzuki will give up his CEO title while Exec Vice President Osamu Honda will retire.
Sharapova was banned after testing positive for meldonium at the Australian Open in January.
Known as the world's most secretive meeting, the Bilderberg Meetings, held annually since 1954, will take place from June 9 - 12 in Dresden, Germany.
Britain might be about to vote on whether to remain part of the European Union (EU) but there are countries who dislike the EU more.
The ECB has formally started its corporate sector purchase program (CSPP), a move announced by President Mario Draghi in March.
Sainsbury's, Britain's second biggest supermarket, on Wednesday reported a drop in quarterly underlying sales and cautioned that market conditions remained challenging.
China's slow progress in opening up its economy to foreign business has prompted European companies to re-evaluate their operations in the country.
Societe Generale fired former trader Jerome Kerviel without real and serious cause, a French labour court ruled, ordering the bank to pay him $510,255.
'Clothing-optional' pop-up restaurant is opening in London for three months, and there are already over 40,000 people on the waiting list.
British graffiti artist Bansky has painted a new mural - this time on the wall of a U.K. classroom. It shows a girl chasing a flaming tire.
Shell has said that it will respond to a "changing landscape" by "re-shaping" the company with a plan to grow free cash flow and returns.
Currency markets in turmoil with sterling fluctuating on the release of each new voter survey on whether the UK should stay or leave the EU.
The euro zone economy grew by the highest rate for 12 months, supported by household spending and private sector investment.
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Andrew Witty, CEO of GlaxoSmithKline, says the firm has been investing in bio electronic medicine for the last few years.
Andrew Witty, CEO of GlaxoSmithKline, explains why he was opposed to Brexit but adds that everything is now business as usual at the company.
Andrew Witty, CEO of GlaxoSmithKline, comments on the company's earnings which beat expectations, with sales up 11 percent.