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Portugal's Prime Minster has told CNBC the government plans to boost reforms – despite the country's exit from its bailout this weekend.
Ireland hopes to garner a second credit rating upgrade from Moody’s Investors Service this Friday.
Investors once again fled for "safe havens" Thursday morning amid growing fears of stagnation and some reassuring comments from European Central Bank officials.
Fewer wealthy Russians have been shopping in Italian luxury brand Salvatore Ferragamo's European stores, its CEO told CNBC.
Ireland's population has had to "pay the price" for years of austerity, Irish leader Enda Kenny told CNBC.
The euro has fallen sharply since comments from Draghi. It's now sitting at nearly three-month lows against the dollar and the yen.
Britain's finance minister George Osborne has appointed U.S. academic Kristin Forbes to the Bank of England's rate-setting Monetary Policy Committee.
Russia's Putin has said Moscow will not supply gas to Europe as of June 1 if Ukraine does not pay its bills, Slovakia's Prime Minister said on Thursday.
Credit Suisse Group AG is expected to plead guilty and pay more than $2.5 billion to U.S. authorities, sources said.
Britain's Carphone Warehouse and Dixons Retail have agreed a 3.8 billion pounds($6.38 billion) all-share merger, creating a powerful pan-European mobile phone and electricals group with about 2,900 stores.
The U.K.'s takeover regulations should change so that the government can stop Pfizer taking over AstraZeneca if it wants to, an influential group of U.K. MPs has said.
Over half of homes in the U.K. will be rented in 18 years' time, if the country's property boom continues at its current pace, new research shows.
Spanish, Italian, Greek and Portuguese stocks tumbled on Thursday, after euro zone growth data disappointed and uncertainty prevailed over the prospect of the ECB announcing stimulus measures soon.
Central banks may have averted the impending doom following the financial crash, but Thomas Piketty has told CNBC it's now time for governments to step in.
The war of words over Pfizer’s attempts to take over AstraZeneca has escalated, with one politician invoking rape to describe the U.S. giant’s bids.
Financial group Old Mutual is set to be a "beneficiary" of the U.K.'s upcoming pension system overhaul, its CEO told CNBC on Thursday.
Next week's European elections will not only see new members of the European Parliament appointed, it will also determine who becomes the next President of the Commission.
The French government has issued a decree allowing it to block any foreign takeovers of French companies in "strategic" industries, throwing up a potential roadblock to General Electric's planned $16.9 billion bid for Alstom's energy assets.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel said that finishing off planned regulations for international financial markets was getting increasingly difficult.
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CNBC's Phil Han reports on the tough week for Europe's markets and banking sector. Could this be the start of another financial crisis?
Harris Georgiades, minister of finance for Cyprus, says the country is focused on maintaining its reform agenda.
Italy’s former Prime Minister, Enrico Letta says we can trust Italy’s financial system when it comes to handling non-performing loans.