Reflecting on the implications of Brexit, Barclays CEO Jes Staley adds that "London will remain the financial center for Europe."
AXA CEO Thomas Buberl discusses earnings and potential for Frexit, arguing that despite political uncertainty, "Europe has a chance for revival."
Have the residents of Paris-on-Thames made up their minds?
More than 2,500 French expats gathered in central London on Tuesday evening to listen to Emmanuel Macron, the centrist candidate for the presidential election.
The euro plummeted to six week lows against the dollar on Wednesday amidst concerns over the French general election.
The Netherlands has moved closer to regulating the production of cannabis.
Structural issues reminiscent of the lead up to the 1929 Wall Street crash are once again at play, says Paul Gambles of MBMG Group.
BRUSSELS— Italy's government was put on notice Wednesday that it may be sanctioned by the European Union for not getting the country's debt levels down. In a report on Italy's debt, the executive European Commission urged Rome to take more cost-saving measures, worth up to 0.2 percent of its annual GDP. In a series of tweets, Italian Finance Minister Pier Carlo...
French judicial police are questioning far-right presidential candidate Marine Le Pen's bodyguard and chief of staff for misuse of EU funds
Harris Ikonomopoulos, joint president of the British Hellenic Chamber of Commerce, discusses the latest on the Greek debt crisis.
There is no "orderly exit" from the euro. It is an oxymoron.
UK lawmakers have approved an initiative which allows the freezing of U.K. assets of alleged human rights violators.
In the week before U.S. Vice President Mike Pence visited Brussels, White House chief strategist Steve Bannon met with a German diplomat and delivered a different message.
Germany's stocks should be a safe haven within the euro zone amidst forthcoming political uncertainty, according to JPMorgan strategists.
LVMH's Arnault sees victory for Emmanuel Macron or Francois Fillon in the French presidential elections over far-right rival Marine Le Pen.
Swedish police say riots broke out overnight in a predominantly immigrant Stockholm suburb after officers arrested a suspect on drug charges.
BRUSSELS, Feb 21- European Union finance ministers agreed on Tuesday to close loopholes multinational corporations use to skip taxation on dividends, part of a drive to stop them from parking profits where they pay the least tax. "We have reached a general approach," Finance Minister Edward Scicluna of Malta, which holds the current six-month rotating EU...
BRUSSELS— European Union finance ministers agreed Tuesday to roll out further measures to prevent multinational companies from exploiting differences in tax rates between countries in the 28- country EU and those outside the bloc. At a meeting in Brussels, ministers backed the new rules, which will target various practices whereby large corporations can...
Crude oil prices could jump to $70 a barrel as supply and demand levels continue to rebalance in coming months, say Citi analysts.
Far-right Marine Le Pen cannot, will not and must not win the election – and the French are not crazy enough to let her, says Moscovici.