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IG Group was the worst performing stock on Tuesday morning after regulators proposed tougher regulations on some financial products.
Facebook has joined a raft of major European venture capital firms and companies on the world's largest start-up campus which is based in Paris.
The top Brexit negotiator for the European Union has slapped an 18-month time limit on deal talks with the United Kingdom.
Political uncertainty across Europe could push the European Central Bank (ECB) to start buying Greek debt, according to an economist.
Ant Financial announced partnerships with European banks on Tuesday as it continues to expand in the region.
A post-Brexit government should focus on its new relationship with the EU before cementing ties with the US, an ex-Bush aide said.
The government of Iceland says it will proceed with legal action against a U.K. retailer with the same name after talks failed last week.
For how tumultuous of a year it's been for business and politics, it's fitting 2016 should end with U.S. banks as an oasis of stability.
Italian shares fell as much as 2% in early trading, but regained their poise as investors look beyond the political risk of the No vote.
Sergio Mattarella, the Italian head of state, asked him to freeze the resignation until the budget is approved, The Financial Times reports.
Italy overwhelmingly voted to reject constitutional reforms on Sunday, what's next for the third largest economy in the eurozone?
Italian PM Matteo Renzi’s defeat in a referendum over constitutional reforms is a harbinger of further uncertainty in Europe.
U.S. technology firms including Facebook and Twitter could face new laws forcing them to deal with online hate speech, the EU warned.
The rising support for populism and recent shock outcomes in Britain and the U.S. show nobody can be sure about election results.
It may be famous for its red double decker buses and black cabs, but London is pushing hard to become a city of cycling.
Valls had previously been expected to announce entering the race to be the Socialist candidate.
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Europe opened higher on Wednesday as investors shift their focus to an upcoming ECB meeting where they expect further monetary stimulus to be announced.
“(Donald Trump’s) going to be far better than what the liberals think he will be,” says Saxo Bank Chief Economist, Steen Jakobsen.
Otkritie CEO, Ruben Aganbegyan, says it’s unclear whether President Vladimir Putin will run for re-election, while commenting on sanctions and the U.S.