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Malta's banking sector is seven-times the size of its economy and proportionally bigger than that of Cyprus, but Fitch Ratings said although it is less at risk in the short-term, it could still fall foul of EU leaders' crackdown on outsized and offshore bank sectors.
The International Monetary Fund has urged advanced economies to use "all prudent measures" to boost sluggish demand, including monetary policy, even as it trimmed 2013 growth forecasts for the global economy to 3.25 percent.
CNBC's Ross Westgate reports European shares drifted lower as worries about the global outlook; a heavy sell-off in commodities; and two explosions at the Boston Marathon prompted investors to avoid risk.
Italian lawmakers will begin voting on Thursday to elect a new president, in the hope that they can end the country's political impasse, over which concerns are growing.
Anti-euro political parties are on the rise, find out why this one has analysts particularly worried.
The European Commission will propose "frontloading" payments to Cyprus from the EU budget so that allocations for the next seven years are paid early.
There could be trouble ahead for one of Europe's best performing economies, the leader of the country's opposition party warned.
France found more cases of illegal horsemeat in beef products than any other EU country, early results of DNA tests ordered in the wake of the scandal showed.
Karsten Schroeder, CEO and chairman at Amplitude Capital, tells CNBC that Merkel's popularity in Germany is only due to a lack of a better alternative.
Steve Sedgwick takes you through the European market open where stocks have come in lower due to terrorism in Boston.
Britain's economy is showing one unexpected bright spot: the job market for butlers is booming.
Hamid Moghadam, chairman and CEO or Prologis tells CNBC that the US is back to where it was pre-crisis, but extra people mean that it still has a way to go.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel suggested on Monday the European Union should finance early retirement schemes as a way of combating high youth unemployment.
A former HSBC employee wanted in Switzerland on allegations of stealing data on bank accounts came before a Spanish court, arguing he was a whistleblower fighting corruption.
France's Socialist government contains eight millionaires, a list of ministers' personal assets showed on Monday, dealing a blow to the image built by President Francois Hollande.
Marcus Svedberg, Chief Economist at East Capital says crisis management is appallingly bad in Europe, but he points to Latvia as an example of a success story in governmental austerity measures.
Tony Nash, Managing Director of IHS, speaks about the state of the global economy and what impact the Boston marathon bombings along with weak data from U.S. & China will have on investor sentiment.
Business confidence among chief financial officers rose for the third straight quarter, according to a survey by Deloitte.
Tim Adams, Managing Director of the Institute of International Finance, says the bailout deal for Cyprus set a negative precedent for future bailouts and explains why he thinks Slovenia faces a recipe for challenging times.
European shares closed lower on Monday, after news of an unexpected slowdown in China sparked a commodities sell-off.
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Peter Oppenheimer, chief global equities strategist at Goldman Sachs, discusses Chinese equities.
CNBC's Hadley Gamble reports on the migrant crisis plaguing the border link between France and Britain.
Simone Menne, CFO of Deutsche Lufthansa, discusses how oil prices have helped the business and why Germanwings will break-even this year.