Turkey advised people to postpone non-urgent travel to Russia on Saturday, as the tit-for-tat accusations continue after the downing of a Russian jet.» Read More
The total amount of hedge fund money managed in the U.K. has doubled in the last decade, leading the U.K.'s financial services regulator to call on the sector to act with "integrity".
The euro zone continue to enjoy its strongest spell of growth since the first half of 2011, with business activity in the area only slightly lower than February's 32-month high, marking the ninth consecutive month of growth.
Nokia has delayed completing the sale of its phone business to Microsoft as the company continues to face regulatory hurdles in Asia.
Britain's Co-operative Bank said it planned to raise $660 million of extra funds via new shares.
Eurozone governments are taking advantage of unexpectedly low borrowing costs to push ahead with debt issuance, the FT reports.
G-7 nations are to hold talks on the sidelines of a nuclear security summit on Monday to consider their response to Russia annexing Crimea.
An ally of Russian President Vladimir Putin, hit by U.S. sanctions, suggested on Sunday the move had backfired.
NATO's top military commander said on Sunday that Russia had a large force on Ukraine's eastern border and said he was worried it could pose a threat to Moldova's separatist Transdniestria region.
The Twitter ban by Turkey's prime minister is "not acceptable," the EU's digital commissioner Neelie Kroes told CNBC.
Russia's foreign ministry said on Saturday that Moscow has the right of a tit-for-tat response to the second wave of sanctions imposed by the European Union over Russia's annexation of the Ukrainian region of Crimea.
Voting got underway in France on Sunday in the first round of mid-term local elections that could hit the ruling Socialist party with potentially heavy mid-term losses.
Italians in Venice and the surrounding region have voted in favor of breaking away from Italy, albeit in a referendum not recognized by Rome or regional authorities.
President Vladimir Putin signed legislation on Friday that completed the process of absorbing Crimea into Russia.
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The number of regions striving for independence is growing: this week Venetians have been voting on breaking away from Italy, albeit in a referendum not recognized by the authorities.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel said that imports of U.S. shale gas could eventually be an option for European countries seeking to diversify their energy sources.
On Sunday, millions of French people will go to the polls for the first round of town hall elections, a vote that could punish the ruling socialist party and lead to a cabinet reshuffle.
Former French president Nicolas Sarkozy has attacked the phone-tapping conducted by magistrates investigating him, breaking his silence on the subject to liken the actions to those of the "Stasi" police of former Communist East Germany.
A relaxation of London's planning laws will make it easier for developers to transform the captial's crumbling Victorian warehouses into flats.
The EU is prepared to take further action against Russia if tensions with Ukraine escalate, leaders from three EU countries told CNBC.
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