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The corruption scandal surrounding Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy erupted once more on Tuesday, and one analyst warned that financial markets could be in for more pain.
More clashes between protesters and police have put Turkey's social unrest back in the spotlight, following steps to shore up its weakening currency.
Royal Dutch Shell said its Downstream Director Ben van Beurden would take over as group chief executive from next year, to replace Peter Voser.
British retailer Marks & Spencer posted an eighth consecutive quarterly fall in underlying sales of general merchandise, though the outcome did represent a slowing in the rate of decline.
British house prices are rising at their fastest pace in more than three years, helped by initiatives to reduce borrowing costs.
Daryl Guppy gives you a strategy to trade oil amid the current geo-political risks.
Greece's budget could be back in surplus by the end of the year, although a lot of work still needs to be done in terms of reforms, says IMF's Managing Director Christine Lagarde.
An increasing number of British chief financial officers believe now is the time to take risk onto their balance sheets amid a shift towards expansionary strategies, according to new research by Deloitte.
Greece secures an $8.7 billion lifeline from the euro zone but is told it must keep its promises on cutting public sector jobs and other reforms in order to get all the cash.
Geopolitical turmoil and crises can roil markets and leave unwary investors with large losses. Learn how to identify turmoil's many forms and limit your exposure and risks.
France's finance minister, Pierre Moscovici, has called on his country's business community to be conscious of the need for reform, and has attacked what he described as "French-bashing."
At least 51 people were killed and 435 injured in clashes early Monday in the Egyptian capital, the Ministry of Health said.
European Central Bank President Mario Draghi reiterated on Monday his commitment to low interest rates, saying higher rates were not currently warranted.
Throughout discussions in Europe, two questions surfaced: 1) what happened to the weather, and 2) what's happened to the tourists, specifically European tourists?
Analysts flagged China’s slowdown as a key risk to second quarter earnings season in Europe, as markets await numbers from U.S. bellweather Alcoa.
Senior bankers found guilty of "reckless misconduct" could face prison, according to plans backed by the U.K. Chancellor of the Exchequer.
U.K. justice ministers pledged to change the country's human rights laws, after radical cleric Abu Qatada was finally extradited to Jordan.
Travel and insurance company Saga is to launch a search for a new chief executive, ahead of potential plans for a £3 billion ($4.5 billion) stock market float.
The British Lions team selection just goes to show that taking a contrary view from the mainstream can be a very profitable strategy.
Experts representing Greece's international lenders have reached an agreement with the Greek authorities in Athens on further reforms the country is required to implement in return for new bailout funds.
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A yes vote in the upcoming Scottish independence referendum could lead some insurers to move their headquarters to London, says Mark Nicholson, associate director at Standard & Poor's Rating Services.
The U.S. Federal Reserve remains data dependent and will not bow to hawks, says Mark Haefele, global chief investment officer at UBS, as Janet Yellen continues to make the argument that there is slack in the labor market.
European shares closed lower on Friday as tensions in Ukraine flared up once again. It comes after stocks fluctuated as U.S. Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen spoke about the labor market in Jackson Hole, Wyoming.