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The European Central Bank President insisted that the bank's low interest rate policies were not responsible for the problems at Deutsche Bank.
Catalonia will hold a referendum on independence from Spain next year whether or not the central government in Madrid agrees to one, the region's head Carles Puigdemont said on Wednesday.
If elected, Nicolas Sarkozy would offer Britain a chance to reverse its Brexit vote by negotiating a new treaty for the bloc with Germany, the FT reports.
European Central Bank president set to face tough questions from German lawmakers about the bank's ultra-loose monetary policy.
Drinks companies are struggling to maintain beer sales in Europe and the U.S. as consumers look to pour themselves a healthier option.
The volume, scope and cost of cybercrime have reached very high levels – and are set to get even higher, according to Europol.
The CEO of Volkswagen Brands has sought to reassure consumers and investors about a potential fine from the U.S. Department of Justice.
ECB President Mario Draghi appeared in Berlin on Wednesday to defend the institution from some of its sternest critics — German lawmakers.
Embattled German lender Deutsche Bank saw some respite from recent selling on Wednesday after a slew of news helped the stock to push off record lows.
Sam Allardyce was sacked as England manager having behaved "inappropriately" when seeking a sideline role while talking to undercover reporters.
Greece's former finance minister Yanis Varoufakis told CNBC that the country had become like a "slave" to creditors.
The Labour Party has taken a hard turn to the left and appears keen to overturn the policies of Blair's New Labour.
A British court has fined Merlin Entertainments £5 million ($6.5 million) over a rollercoaster crash at its Alton Towers theme park.
No government rescue for the imperiled German bank appears imminent, even as its shares hit all-time lows Monday.
The World trade Organization cut its forecast for global trade growth this year by more than a third, reflecting a slowdown in China.
Europe is at risk of disintegration and this could come at great human cost, Greece’s fiery former finance minister warned on Tuesday.
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