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The outlook for aluminium has stabilized, with consumption improving, according to the head of the world’s biggest aluminium company, Oleg Deripaska.
France cut its forecast for growth next year to 0.9 percent on Wednesday and said its public deficit would fall more slowly than previously expected as a result.
European politicians criticized the European Commission president on Wednesday, branding his leadership a "disaster" after he delivered an optimistic state of the union address.
Fast-approaching German elections are a bigger risk to Italy's stability than Silvio Berlusconi's potential expulsion from politics.
The U.K. economy might appear to be back on track but the recovery needs to be built on solid ground.
Britain's unemployment rate fell unexpectedly in July to its lowest since late last year.
Wimbledon tennis champion Andy Murray, whose attempt to defend his US Open crown ended in defeat this week, is setting up a business employing six people to further his entrepreneurial interests, the FT reports.
An apartment in one of the world's most prestigious buildings is on sale for £5.25 million ($8.3 million) after being repossessed.
Aside from basking in their Eurovision success, the people of Denmark have something else to celebrate: they are the world's happiest people.
The Bank of England is moving closer to ditching paper pounds and following Australia and Canada into switching to plastic banknotes instead.
McDonald's reported a better-than-expected 1.9 percent increase in global sales in August, helped by stronger sales in Europe.
Tougher sanctions against insider dealing and market manipulation, such as interest rate fixing, were voted for by European politicians on Tuesday.
The U.S. and the U.K. once again dominated the world's top-ranked universities, with American institutions comprising over half of the top 20.
Luxury U.S. automaker Infiniti launched a premium compact car on Tuesday.
Repsol has sounded out banking advisers about the sale of its €4.4bn stake in Gas Natural. The FT reports.
A plan to tax financial transactions in 11 European Union member states from 2014 is illegal, the bloc's lawyers have concluded.
A previously unknown oil painting by Vincent Van Gogh that was abandoned in an attic has been found and confirmed by experts as authentic.
There is plenty of temptation to crack open the champagne and celebrate the U.K.’s return to economic health.
Europe's auto industry may not return to growth until it undergoes heavier restructuring similar to that undertaken in the U.S.
France's planned 75-percent tax on salaries exceeding 1 million euros ($1.3 million) per year will be levied on firms in 2013 and 2014 only, French business daily les Echos reported.
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