The world has entered a “new Cold War,” Russian prime minister Dmitry Medvedev said on Saturday, The Financial Times reports.» Read More
An experimental GlaxoSmithKline drug, designed to fight heart disease in a new way, failed to meet its main goal in a major clinical study.
British inflation unexpectedly dropped to its lowest rate for more than a year in October.
Ex-BoE policy team member warns that Germany - currently at the the center of international criticism - is causing problems around the globe.
It was all looking so good for the euro zone for a while but now analysts warn that the euro zone could be returning to the bad old days.
Thousands of staff across dozens of London's financial firms will be put through a "war game" scenario on Tuesday.
UBS chairman Axel Weber tells CNBC that the German surplus is not a policy problem as the EU looks set to scrutinize the issue.
European equities closed higher following a brief sell-off last week over concerns of the early reduction in the Fed's stimulus program.
A Reuters study found that Iran's Ayatollah Khamenei controls a massive financial empire built from property seizures from ordinary Iranians.
European finance ministers and parliamentarians are locked in last-ditch talks to hammer out a European Union (EU) budget for 2014.
In both the Libor-rigging scandal and the unfolding foreign exchange-fixing investigations, traders’ use of chat rooms seems to have played a key role.
London-listed Shire has agreed to buy U.S. company ViroPharma for about $4.2 billion in cash.
The single currency can only survive if the 17-country euro zone becomes a political union, the former head of the U.S. Federal Reserve said.
European equities closed lower on Friday after a better-than-expected figure for nonfarm payrolls was released in the U.S.
Politicians in Europe and Brazil are piling the pressure on the U.S. over its spying program by going to the United Nations (UN).
The chief executive of Telecom Italia has admitted the company may not be able to avoid further credit downgrades.
What's left in President Mario Draghi's arsenal if the bank needs to unleash further accommodative steps after this week's cut?
The European Central Bank has cut interest rates but what's really needed to get the region's economy going are flexible labor markets, say experts.
European equities closed flat on Thursday, despite initially rallying after the ECB cut its main interest rate.
A copycat version of the Silk Road, the web marketplace for illegal drugs shut down by U.S authorities last month, has appeared online.
Albert II, the Belgian king who handed the crown to son Philippe in July, has complained that a cut in his annual allowance is "ungrateful" on the part of the Belgian government and financially "problematic" for the former monarch, according to local media reports.