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Almost half of Russians fear a third world war due to worsening relations with the West, according to a new poll.
A brewery says it has created a new pale ale using moisture harvested from the clouds above southern Scotland, NBC News reports.
BP has reported net profit for the third quarter of $1.62 billion, but still only delivering around half of last year's result for the period.
Royal Dutch Shell reported better-than-expected earnings for its third quarter on Tuesday, but gave a cautious outlook as it continues to struggle in an environment of low oil prices.
Is it time for the luxury sector to move on from a tale of woe after the crackdown on Chinese consumption and the weak global growth?
Denmark is already suffering from the fall in sterling.
Some 125 institutional funds have filed a damages claim against Tesco relating to its 2014 profit overstatement.
The euro zone continued growing at a moderate pace in the third quarter of this year, the European statistical office, Eurostat, said Monday.
Global issues are giving British children anxiety, data released by a leading U.K.-based children's charity reveals.
On Sunday, a powerful 6.6-magnitude earthquake sent shockwaves across the center of Italy, in the latest tremor to rock the region.
Nearly a third of the 68 British companies that issued profit warnings in the third quarter have blamed Brexit, according to EY.
Bank of England Governor Mark Carney is ready to serve a full eight-year term, despite critics campaigning for him to resign ahead of time, the Financial Times reported.
It's a lesson for bank investors and regulators alike: Investment banks are alive and kicking.
Low growth is the biggest problem for profit making, the CEO of the world's largest advertising firm by revenues told CNBC.
Quake measuring 6.6 magnitude struck, causing the collapse of more buildings in area already shaken by tremors in the past two months.
Voters looked to oust the governing centre-right government, though the coalition partner took a strong lead.
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Kirill Dmitriev, RDIF CEO, explains his prediction for the oil price in 2017.
Royal Philips CEO Frans Van Houten adds that he is "in favor of a strong and vibrant Europe."
Maury Obstfeld, chief economist at the IMF, discusses how the world economy could develop in 2017 in light of the incoming Trump administration.