The euro zone economy grew by 0.3 percent in the last three months of 2015, meeting expectations, official statistics show.» Read More
Euro zone inflation fell more than expected in March, increasing the pressure on the ECB to act and ward off the risk of deflation.
Some of the biggest stock market gains in the first quarter of 2014 can be found in the countries that were at the center of Europe's debt crisis.
Less tax than forecast is flowing into the U.K.'s exchequer, according to calculations by the Financial Times.
This has been a record year so far for European stock market listings – traditionally a sign that a region's economy has returned to health.
Italian police earlier this month arrested two "naive" men who tried to enter the Vatican carrying fake bonds with a value of 2.8 trillion euros.
Switzerland's competition watchdog said on Monday it had opened an investigation into several banks over possible collusion to manipulate foreign exchange rates.
Banks hoarding cash ahead of the ECB's new "stress tests" are holding back vital funding from euro zone businesses, according to consultancy EY.
Boxer-turned-politician Vitaly Klitschko pulled out of the race for Ukrainian president on Saturday.
The euro zone is not in a deflationary cycle and the ECB should not overreact to a fall off in inflation, Bundesbank President Jens Weidmann said.
Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said on Saturday that the country had no intention of sending its armed forces into Ukraine.
The ruling Socialists are braced for losses in mayoral elections on Sunday, with far-right National Front candidates seen winning a handful of cities for the first time since 1995.
Spain could drill and frack its way out of sky-high unemployment and a struggling economy, according to a report this week by consultancy Deloitte.
As a second round of the local elections loom in France, the French socialist government is prepared for more losses - and it might also lose its grip on Paris.
The ongoing saga of Britain’s often fractious relationship with the European Union (EU) took another turn Friday.
The U.K.'s City regulator is to investigate 30 million life insurance policies sold over the last four decades.
Britain's current account deficit was much bigger than expected in the fourth quarter, another warning sign about the sustainability of the country's economic recovery.
A surprise fall in Spanish inflation bolstered investors' bets the European Central Bank will ease policy next week to ward off the threat of deflation.
In a bold statement regarding the crackdown on government waste in Italy, six state-owned luxury cars have been listed on internet auction site eBay.
Violas, which look like overgrown violins, are the butt of musician jokes, but hold the humor here.
As Xi Jinping prepares to make a trip to Germany, goals to boost trade look out of reach, and German firms are rethinking their push into China.
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