The euro zone economy grew by 0.3 percent in the last three months of 2015, meeting expectations, official statistics show.» Read More
Many leaving it late to tell the Swiss regulator whether they will participate in a U.S. programme to settle tax evasion suspicions.
Andrew Lillico, the director of consultancy group Europe Economics, has told CNBC that the euro zone is ready to rise as the next economic superpower.
There is only a small risk that the U.K. will leave the EU, the U.K. Business Secretary Vince Cable said on Friday.
Greece's Parliament early on Sunday approved a budget for 2014 which predicts a timid return to growth. The New York Times reports.
Italian energy company Eni started closing the flow stations on a large Nigerian pipeline because of a fire.
Bob Diamond is making a dramatic return to banking, launching a vehicle with Africa's youngest billionaire. The Financial Times reports.
This weekend is the one Europe's Christmas tree industry has been working so hard for all year.
Ukraine's opposition accused President Viktor Yanukovich of betraying national interests after talks with Russia, though both countries said nothing had been agreed.
The euro, pinned near five-week highs against the dollar on Friday, could be headed for further gains as negative interest rates seem to be off the table, analysts say.
Germany's Bundesbank raised its forecast for growth of the euro zone's largest economy this year and next on Friday.
Deutsche Bank pulled the plug on its global commodities trading business, cutting 200 jobs as it becomes the first major bank to exit the sector.
The ECB on Thursday left its benchmark interest rate unchanged at 0.25 percent after surprising markets with a rate cut last month.
The U.K. government is to introduce a new levy on foreign homebuyers, raising concerns that this could put the brakes on London's property market.
Is the European economy on the mend? The ECB's Mario Draghi revises his forecast for the euro zone, while the U.K. looks set to post a surplus.
U.S. and European officials told CNBC on Thursday there was still a chance of a WTO deal, despite India's firm stance on its food security policies.
A Dutch program helps the homeless, drug addicts and alcoholics get back on their feet by paying them in cans of beer.
Companies splashing out on Christmas parties for their staff shouldn't bother, according to new research, as most employees would prefer the cash.
The Bank of England left its main interest rate and monetary stimulus program unchanged.
Tokyo police arrested a Deutsche Securities employee for suspected bribery after the Deutsche official spent thousands of dollars on entertainment.
Despite Europe's troubled economy, its equities are a "sleeping beauty," just waiting to be awakened, said Amundi's investment chief Pascal Blanque.
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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.