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Eight men have been arrested over the alleged theft of $2.1 million by taking control of a Barclays branch computer system
President Vladimir Putin said on Thursday he may seek re-election in 2018 and charted a conservative course drawn from Orthodox Christian values, saying the West was not an example for Russia.
German sports apparel maker Adidas warned on 2013 profit, saying a distribution problem in Russia and poor trading at its golf business meant targets were no longer attainable.
Pope Francis plunged headlong on Thursday into some of the most divisive issues in Catholicism — speaking expansively about fighting abortion, contraception and gay marriage.
With just days to go until Germans head to the polls, Germany's establishment could still be in for a shock.
JPMorgan will settle with regulators for nearly $1 billion for the London Whale trading fiasco and other lapses, the Federal Reserve says.
Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke and U.K. Finance Minister George Osborne are creating the conditions for the next global credit bubble, according to Societe Generale's Albert Edwards.
German airline Deutsche Lufthansa announced its largest-ever aircraft order on Thursday, worth 14 billion euros ($19.0 billion).
Asos, the online fashion retailer, enjoyed a good summer this year with sales soaring 47 percent in the past three months compared with the same time last year.
Google has offered an olive branch to France's newspaper industry and government with the launch of a €60m ($81m) fund to support the country's press online.
Economic differences between the euro zone's core and periphery look set to widen as the region's nascent recovery takes hold, according to a new report.
Sterling enjoyed a short – but significant - fillip following the Fed’s surprise inaction on Wednesday, but the U.K.’s bumpy economic recovery soon put paid to the currency’s spike.
The Greek Prime Minister, Antonis Samaras, has issued a plea for calm in a speech, amid protests on the streets of Greece.
The euro zone hasn’t learnt from the collapse of Iceland’s banking system, Iceland’s Prime Minister Sigmundur Davíð Gunnlaugsson told CNBC.
As Portugal's international creditors return to begin their delayed review of the country's economy, there are increasing concerns that Portugal could need yet another bailout.
France's socialist president François Hollande has admitted that the country is hitting the tax buffers, after his famous election promise to impose a 75 percent tax rate on those earning more than 1 million euros ($1.3 million). The FT reports.
The Italian cabinet on Thursday is set to unveil tax incentives, consulting services and faster start-up rules for foreigners doing business in Italy, in a drive to lure more foreign investment.
Greek police searched the offices of the Golden Dawn party after an anti-racism rapper was stabbed to death by a sympathizer of the far-right group.
Silvio Berlusconi vowed on Wednesday to remain at the center of Italian politics even if expelled from parliament because of a tax fraud conviction.
A sturdy recovery is still a distant prospect for Europe, despite recent upbeat economic data, ratings agency S&P said on Wednesday.
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Colin Hamilton, head of commodities research at Macquarie, discusses the commodities market and the collapse in prices for metals such as copper and gold.
Chris Wheeler, banks analyst for Atlantic, discusses the challenges facing HSBC.
Christian Keller, head of economics research at Barclays, discusses Greece's PMI data and its banking sector as the countries stock market reopens after a 5-week shutdown.