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The Duchess of Cambridge and Prince William share a first look of their newborn son at St. Mary's Hospital in London, with the "Street Signs" crew. Prince William says he "will remind his son of his tardiness when he is older."
Upbeat growth and unemployment reports from Spain led the country's stocks and bond prices to rally on Tuesday, but some economists warned that hopes of an imminent recovery remained unrealistic.
Consumer morale in the euro zone improved by more than expected in July, rising to its highest level in almost two years, the European Commission said on Tuesday.
One in two people feel "the worst is still to come" for the job crisis in the European Union (EU), according to a survey released today.
Europe has plenty of big divides. But one divide transcends all of those and has worsened as a result of the crisis: the divide between the youth and the older generation.
Swisscom said its Chief Executive Carsten Schloter was found dead at his home in Freiburg on Tuesday morning in an apparent suicide.
The U.K. housing market recovery is gathering speed according to the latest data and is set to be further supported by government funding schemes, but some are warning the measures could spur a housing bubble.
The Netherlands - home to the most indebted households in the euro zone - is undergoing a severe housing correction which will further dampen consumer spending and extend the country's recession, according to Michael Taylor, an economist at Lombard Street Research.
On the anniversary of Mario Draghi's promise the ECB would do "whatever it takes" to support the euro, how should one assess its performance the past year?
STMicroelectronics posted a second-quarter loss more than double that of a year earlier, as Europe's largest maker of semiconductors struggles with a softening smartphone market.
Swatch's chief executive said on Tuesday he did not care about the company's falling share price, stressing he is "quite bullish" on growth for the company.
Over $10 billion is set to change hands in the world of telecommunications as two key merger and acquisition (M&A) deals were announced on Tuesday.
Britain's millionaires are not being proactive enough when it comes to protecting their wealth for future generations, according to a new report by private bank and wealth manager Coutts.
British finance minister George Osborne will meet lenders and house builders on Tuesday to flesh out how a state-backed scheme to guarantee mortgages for risky borrowers will work when it comes into force.
Luanda, the capital of Angola in Southern Africa, has overtaken Tokyo as the world's most expensive city to live in for expatriates, according to Mercer's cost of living survey.
If there is a catalyst looming in the distance that could send markets spiraling into a selling frenzy, most pros think it’s Europe.
Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton delivered a baby boy Monday afternoon, an event analysts said would be "overwhelmingly positive" for the U.K. economy. Brands, too, got in on the action.
As Britain cheered the birth of a son to Prince William and his wife Kate, analysts said the birth would also be "overwhelmingly positive" for the U.K. economy.
Portuguese bond yields fell and stocks rallied after the two parties leading the coalition government vowed to keep an international bailout deal on track.
The co-CEO of software giant SAP Jim Hagemann Snabe has denied any friction with the firm's other CEO Bill McDermott after announcing on Monday that he will step down as joint head of the company.
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BubbaTrading.com’s Todd Horwitz discusses the Fed, earnings and market activity ahead of the U.S. Open on October 9th 2015.
Steven Englander, global head of G10 FX strategy at Citi, says markets are easing away from when the Fed will hike, and reassuring themselves on the fact that the initial hikes won’t be "threatening."
David Blitzer, MD and chairman of the Index Committee at S&P DJI, says the Federal Reserve has "no choice" but to consider non-U.S. factors when raising rates.