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Fund managers have grown so bullish on European equities that a "contrarian" sell signal has been triggered, according to Bank of America Merrill Lynch.
The short-term fix to the U.S. debt ceiling is a "starting condition" for Nestle's continued growth in America, the company's CEO told CNBC on Thursday.
Demand for fine art is thriving, but it is the priciest works that are attracting most interest, as a number of paintings sold for millions of dollars at the Frieze Masters art fair in London.
Hector Sants’ break from his role as chief compliance officer at Barclays due to stress has highlighted the strains on banks’ internal policemen.
Carrefour said sales at its French hypermarkets returned to growth in the third quarter while China also improved, further reassuring investors.
Emerging markets still offer room for growth, Roche's CEO told CNBC after the pharma posted an 8 percent increase in third-quarter sales.
The U.K's jobless rate – which is closely watched by the Bank of England – held steady in the three months to August, but the number of people claiming unemployment benefits fell much more than expected.
New car registrations released on Wednesday - often used as a proxy for sales - showed that demand is hinting at a recovery in countries such as Spain and Greece.
General Electric expects to value its Swiss consumer finance unit GE Money Bank at a total market capitalisation of up to $1.67 billion.
French food group Danone on Wednesday cut its 2013 financial goals after sales in its high-margin baby food division fell a worse-than-expected 8.6 percent in the third quarter following an infant formula product recall in Asia.
Compact, or micro-apartments may be the latest answer to housing shortages, but some Parisian landlords have been accused of taking the trend to the extreme.
English soccer fans were booking their flights to Rio de Janeiro Tuesday evening after a shaky qualifying round finally ended with the national team qualifying for next year's Brazilian World Cup.
German opposition parties on Tuesday accused Angela Merkel of pandering to the car lobby, after her party received major donations from the family that controls BMW.
Professional investors in London do not really think the United States will default on its debt. The NYT reports.
The European Union has failed to heed the lessons from Iceland's banking crisis, Bjarni Benediktsson, the finance minister of Iceland, told CNBC.
Hector Sants has had to take a leave of absence from his new job as head of compliance for Barclays because he is suffering from stress and exhaustion.
The U.K. government urgently needs to review and re-evaluate the costs and benefits of the country's prison system, said economist and former prison inmate Vicky Pryce.
U.K. taxpayers have received a shock, with lawmakers revealing the extent of the costs to refurbish the condition of the Queen's residences.
Two of the euro zone's rescued countries are inching closer to the exit door after three years of scrutiny and austerity.
Alliance Boots has been accused of avoiding a tax bill of over £1 billion ($1.6 billion) since going private six years ago, becoming the latest multinational to come under fire for its tax affairs.
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Kirill Androsov, managing director of Altera Capital, explains why the Russian airline company Aeroflot decided not to acquire bankrupt rival Transaero.
Xavier Rolet, CEO of the London Stock Exchange, explains what he thinks are the psychological differences between America and Europe, including that Europe has a more negative, cynical outlook.
European stocks opened lower on Tuesday as the shine slipped from Asian markets on the back of concerning China data.