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Ireland's Finance Minister Michael Noonan says that there is a sense of achievement that the economy is recovering as they exit its bailout program.
European financial watchdogs have warned against using virtual currencies such as Bitcoin, causing it to fluctuate. The FT reports.
Documents have been demanded from Deutsche Bank as part of an investigation into manipulation of commodity prices. The FT reports.
Manchester United has had a dismal start in the Premier League this season – and some hedge funds are betting against them. The FT reports.
It's hard to find a spot in Russia without snow. "But Putin found such a spot and decided to hold the Winter Olympics there," says one Russian critic.
The French car industry is in line for a cash windfall following a thawing of relations between Tehran and the international community. The FT reports.
The ECB will not unilaterally assign risk weightings to the various governments bonds on banks' balance sheets, the central bank's president said.
Russian President Vladimir Putin said he sees no reason to abandon his spending pledges despite an economic downturn in the country.
Ordering simply "a coffee" at the Le Petite Syrah cafe in Nice runs you about $9.50, but add "please" and the price drops.
Ireland becomes the first of the euro zone’s financial crisis casualties to stage a recovery when it exits its $114 billion aid program.
Switzerland's exchange rate peg against the euro remains "absolutely necessary", despite the upturn in the single currency, the head of the Swiss National Bank told CNBC.
British members of Parliament are on course to get an 11 percent pay rise, boosting their annual salary to £74,000 ($121,375).
The Asia-Pacific region has overtaken Europe when it comes to mergers and acquisition, taking second place this year to North America.
English Premier League footballers are amongst the best paid in the world, and Wealth-X has identified the top ten wealthiest English-born players.
Economic growth in the U.K. will surpass its pre-recession peak in the second half of next year, according to the British Chambers of Commerce.
Slovenia's banks need $6.62 billion to plug the holes in their balance sheets, the central bank said on Thursday.
PSA Peugeot Citroen announced a $1.52 billion writedown, and said it was weighing new commercial and industrial projects with partners including China's Dongfeng Motor Group, backed by a capital increase.
A top official at the ECB has signaled it will try to force eurozone banks to hold capital against sovereign bonds. The FT reports.
"Capitalistic Russia is only 20 years old," says the manager of Russia's newest sovereign wealth fund. "So it is building institutions."
Bitcoin fans learnt that one of the virtual currency's exchanges will enforce customer verification checks from Thursday.
Google is challanging Apple's iPhone with MotoX, the FT reports.
The recent move by the Swiss government to allow banks to sidestep secrecy laws won't prevent them from depositing money in the country.
Simon Segars, CEO of ARM Holdings, says there is lots of innovation ahead at the high-end of mobiles devices and discusses the group's outlook for 2014.
Declan Ganley, CEO of Ganley Group, argues that Ireland is in the same position it was in 2010 and that "nothing has been done" to resolve the debt "saddled" on taxpayers.
Holger Schmieding, chief economist at Berenberg Bank, warns that the U.K. is likely to face several political challenges in 2014.