The euro zone economy grew by 0.3 percent in the last three months of 2015, meeting expectations, official statistics show.» Read More
The EU has expanded rapidly over the past ten years, but not everyone's convinced this is cause for celebration.
Turkish police fired water cannon and tear gas on Thursday to prevent hundreds of protesters from defying a ban on May Day rallies.
British clothing chain FatFace is to list on the London Stock Exchange, it said on Thursday, targeting a market value of at least 440 million pounds ($743 million).
Wm Morrison Supermarkets, Britain's fourth largest grocer, has unveiled a second round of price cuts.
Forget the Guinness horses or Budweiser's frogs; Leica offers us - in their own words - "the most boring ad ever made."
U.K. banking group Lloyds has reported a rise in underlying profit for the first quarter of 2014 as the company plans to restart dividend payments.
Ukraine has had its $17 billion IMF bailout signed off, but lenders are already warning of threats to its funding.
Positive sentiment has spurred a winning streak for the pound, but some analysts are not convinced its strength is here to stay.
Portugal follows Ireland as the second eurozone country to opt for a clean exit from a punishing rescue program.
The IMF mission chief to Moscow said Russia's growth forecast for the year had been cut from 1.3 percent to 0.2 percent.
Fashion designers Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana were sentenced to one year and six months each in jail on Wednesday, over tax evasion charges.
GE's $13.5 billion bid for a French energy group would make the U.S. company the biggest industrial player in emerging markets, CEO Jeff Immelt says.
Euro zone inflation picked up in April, but remained below expectations, maintaining pressure on the ECB to act.
Pro-Moscow separatists seized government offices in more Ukrainian towns on Wednesday.
The 500-year-old Jewish holy book sold at Christie's in Paris for double its expected price.
BNP Paribas on Wednesday posted a forecast-beating 5.2 percent rise in net profit for the first quarter.
An independent review of the problems which led to a funding gap at the Co-operative Bank has concluded its problems lay in its takeover of Britannia Building Society.
Europe's highest court rejected Britain's challenge to a financial transactions tax, raising fears the levy may hit the City.
Ian Read, CEO of Pfizer, flew into London for a round of meetings with politicians and investors ahead of an expected fresh bid for AstraZeneca.
Spain's gross domestic product rose at its fastest quarterly pace in six years in the first quarter while inflation accelerated.
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