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Economists remain divided over when the ECB will act - if at all. Here's a look at the arguments for and against intervention by the central bank.
NATO suspended all practical cooperation with Russia on Tuesday in protest at its annexation of Crimea.
British clothing retailer Marks & Spencer, hit at home by dwindling sales, plans to expand its international stores by more than a half.
The driver of a Lamborghini Aventador faces a very hefty fine and repair bill after it was involved in a three-car crash.
British insurance body the Association of British Insurers (ABI) has called for an independent probe into the City regulator.
Russian natural gas producer Gazprom announced a more than 40 percent increase in the price of gas for Ukraine on Tuesday.
Greece is fully financed for the next 12 months and does not want to ask the euro zone for a third bailout, although it is too early to say if it can fulfill that ambition, the chairman of euro zone finance ministers Jeroen Dijsselbloem said on Tuesday.
Factory activity in the euro zone expanded for the ninth straight month in March, albeit at a slower pace than seen last month, while unemployment remained close to its record high.
Growth in British manufacturing unexpectedly eased to its slowest pace in eight months in March and prices paid by factories tumbled.
Russian President Vladimir Putin is more worthy of respect than mainstream British politicians, according to controversial right-wing U.K. politician Nigel Farage.
Europe’s beaten down properties are looking attractive, especially in Ireland and the Mediterranean, billionaire investor Wilbur Ross said.
The "Shareholder Spring" continues to weigh on U.K. companies, with CEO bonuses falling for a third consecutive year in 2013, according to a PwC report published on Tuesday, as investors keep a watchful eye on corporate excess.
As Moscow and the West dig in for a prolonged standoff over Russia's annexation of Crimea, risking spillover to other former Soviet republics and beyond, here are 10 ways in which the Ukraine crisis could change attitudes and policy around the world.
Francois Hollande named Manuel Valls to be his new prime minister in a government reshuffle triggered by a rout for his Socialists in local elections.
An Italian court has convicted the CEO of Eni to a prison sentence and a ban from holding public office for violating environmental norms.
London is the European city the world's billionaires like to call home, according to research published by Beauchamp Estates and Dataloft.
Ukraine on Monday denounced the visit of Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev to Crimea.
Euro zone inflation fell more than expected in March, increasing the pressure on the ECB to act and ward off the risk of deflation.
Some of the biggest stock market gains in the first quarter of 2014 can be found in the countries that were at the center of Europe's debt crisis.
Less tax than forecast is flowing into the U.K.'s exchequer, according to calculations by the Financial Times.
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Pablo Calderon Martinez, teaching fellow of European studies at Kings College London, discusses a project that analyses how "European" individuals really are, through data.
Apple's iPhones have been a big seller for the tech giant, but a new report from UBS suggests they may be losing momentum. Gareth Jenkins, analyst at UBS, discusses.
Paul Webb of ADS Securities discusses the outlook for the euro-dollar after the Federal Reserve's comments on a potential U.S. rate hike.