Euro zone business activity accelerated at its fastest pace in more than four years last month as Italy turned in its best performance since early 2011 and German growth strengthened, surveys showed on Thursday.» Read More
Finance Minister George Osborne is unlikely to make concessions when he presents his annual "Autumn Statement" on Thursday.
German brewers are pushing to have their beer protected by the same UN agency that has safeguarded the Great Wall of China and Egypt's pyramids.
Adidas, second only to Nike in sportswear market sales, is hoping to bounce back from a troubled 2013 with a winning World Cup next year.
Supermarket Tesco reported a sharp drop in third-quarter like-for-like sales on Wednesday, as the retailer struggles to woo cash-strapped consumers ahead of the key Christmas trading period.
The precipitating fallout from being downgraded may actually help bolster Greek equity prices, says Nick Skrekas.
The sooner central banks stop "running" the world's economies, the better for the future state of businesses and markets, Jon Moulton said.
The U.K. is in danger of being left behind in these two key areas over the next 10 years, according to Goldman Sachs' Chief U.K. Economist.
Activity in the U.K.'s construction industry grew at its fastest pace in six years in November, bolstering claims of a robust wider economic recovery.
This chart, which contrasts the gross value added (GVA) per London resident with the rest of the U.K., may be the best argument in favor of London seceding from the rest of the U.K.
JP Morgan received 7 million pounds ($11 million) in fees for advising the Co-operative Bank on its takeover of the Britannia, one of its top executives told lawmakers.
Eurozone producer prices fell more than expected in October data showed on Tuesday.
The man in charge of shepherding Cyprus from its near-financial disaster told CNBC that the country's situation is improving.
The latest dent in credit ratings agencies’ (CRAs) reputation could be legal action from the European Union, following a scathing report.
RBS said its customers reported that the bank's online and debit card payments failed Monday evening.
The ECB is not expected to launch any "bazookas" on Thursday, but it could resort to a different stimulatory weapon.
David Cameron has complained to his Chinese counterparts about their treatment of the GlaxoSmithKline case. The FT reports.
Massive protests against Viktor Yanukovich hammered Ukraine's financial markets on Monday, increasing the risk of a currency crisis.
ThyssenKrupp is selling its U.S. plant to two rivals in a long-awaited deal to help extricate the German steelmaker from an ill-fated boom-year expansion plan.
The issuance of junk bonds, otherwise known as speculative-grade debt, has surged a "phenomenal" 98 percent in the last year, according to S&P Capital IQ.
The burgeoning U.K. economic recovery is expected to lead to raised forecasts, but Chancellor George Osborne is unlikely to ease up on austerity.
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Matthew Beesley, head of global equities at Henderson Global Investors, says his biggest fear is that concerns over China start to feedback into themselves.
One company has developed tech to recycle plastics from complex waste streams.
Thomas Harr, global head of FICC research at Danske Bank, explains why the Riksbank kept its key interest rate steady Thursday.