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With coalition talks set to get underway in Turkey – amid the real risk of early elections if they fail -- economists fear more economic turmoil.
Greece has submitted a new reform plan to its international creditors, a European official told CNBC Tuesday, as Greek shares rose.
A children's book penned by Britain's Queen Victoria when she was a kid has finally been published.
Being a U.S. Federal Reserve governor is impressive, but sometimes you might wish for another, simpler, job—like working for the European Central Bank.
Iceland is to introduce a 39 percent exit tax on assets from its failed banks, as part of moves to lift capital controls.
David Cameron is to tell cabinet ministers they must quit the government if they want to campaign for Britain to leave the EU.
Reports of a $18-billion bid by Shire for Swiss biotech firm Actelion suggest that the European pharma deal-making flurry is far from over.
As pressure mounts on Greece and its creditors to find a deal, relations between Athens and its European partners are getting worse, not better.
At an investor day this week, chief executive Stuart Gulliver is set to launch a big effort at root-and-branch reform.
Online food ordering company Delivery Hero reached a $3.1 billion valuation, making it one of Europe's superstar start-ups.
Deutsche Bank's co-CEOs may have handed in their resignations, but challenges remain for the new head of the company.
Syngenta rejected a second takeover proposal from Monsanto on Monday, saying it had made no attempt to seriously address regulatory concerns.
The G7 has no desire to include Putin in this week's annual summit despite his crucial role in the group's agenda, Canada's Prime Minister told CNBC.
Britain's royal family has released the first official photos of Princess Charlotte, photographed by her mother in the arms of brother Prince George.
Norway's $890 billion government pension fund will sell off many of its investments related to coal, the New York Times reports.
Group of Seven leaders meet on Sunday in the Bavarian Alps for a summit overshadowed by Greece's debt crisis and ongoing violence in Ukraine.
Turkish elections on Sunday may allow the controversial Justice and Development Party and President Erdogan to consolidate their grip on power.
Greek PM Tsipras asked to meet Jean-Claude Juncker but was spurned by the European Commission president rankled by the Greek leader's denunciation of his efforts to broker a bailout deal. The FT reports.
Hungary became the first European country to sign a cooperation agreement for China's new "Silk Road" plan to develop infrastructure across Asia and beyond.
Russia's relations with it global counterparts have sunk to new lows as Moscow appears to have refused an olive branch from Germany.
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European equities opened higher on Thursday as investors keep an eye on a bumper morning of earnings and remain focused on continuing volatility in China markets.
CNBC's Hadley Gamble reports on the migrant crisis hitting the U.K. border.
Ronan Dunne, CEO of O2, says the company saw the first growth in customer spending on mobile products in years.