The European Central Bank left its key rates unchanged at record lows, and is now likely to focus on the strength of the region's economy.» Read More
At first glance Greece may not look promising, but investors are gaining appetite for its debt.
Almost three-quarters of U.K. graduates will not repay their loans in full, leaving the government with a huge write-off bill, a report warns.
Greece's return to the long-term bond market for the first time in four years met huge demand, but experts warned the nation's debt still remains highly risky.
U.K. house sales hit a six-year high in March, a survey revealed, but a supply shortage continues to send prices soaring.
The Bank of England (BoE) looks increasingly ready to become the first central bank in a developed nation to hike interest rates.
British retailer Marks & Spencer's non-food sales fell for an eleventh consecutive quarter, the firm said on Thursday, increasing the pressure on management to explain why heavy investment has not yet delivered an anticipated turnaround.
Greece saw huge demand for a new five-year bond it is set to sell at a yield of 4.95 percent, its first long-term issuance for four years.
Carrefour, Europe's biggest retailer, said underlying sales growth accelerated in the first quarter, driven by Brazil, the group's second largest market.
Ukraine's acting foreign minister tells CNBC that the 'more concrete action and determined sanctions' should be taken against Russia.
The European Central Bank (ECB) reaffirmed that it is ready to use "unconventional instruments" if euro zone inflation remains stubbornly low.
The civil war within Co-operative Group has claimed another victim, the Financial Times reports.
The annexation of Crimea carries hidden costs that could hurt an already struggling Russian economy.
Greek debt investors cast aside memories of a painful haircut they suffered two years ago as the country's bond issue saw strong interest.
Investors expecting 2014 to kick off with bumper profit growth to match a rally in stock markets could be disappointed.
A member of Britain's diplomatic service has won $140,000 for his proposal outlining a blueprint for Britain after an EU exit.
The European Union is to announce plans to give shareholders greater say over executive pay in the biggest salary shake-up since the financial crisis.
The European bond market is signaling that the continent's economy is "probably going to be OK," Starwood Capital's Barry Sternlicht tells CNBC.
British lawmaker Maria Miller, who has come under fire over a controversy into her expenses claims, resigned as Culture Secretary on Wednesday.
When Kostas Polychronopoulos lost his high-paying marketing position in 2010, he exhausted himself for more than a year trying to find work, the NYT reports.
As U.S. energy production surges—along with threats of conflict in Europe—some say it's high time to export more natural gas.
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Konstantinos Venetis, an economist at Lombard Street Research, says posturing over debt negotiations by Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras is a tactic aimed at domestic voters.
Kit Juckes, global head of foreign exchange strategy at Societe Generale, explains why ECB president Mario Draghi is likely to favour discussion of the German bund market rather than the euro.
V. Shankar, CEO of EMEAA for Standard Chartered, says that corruption is not an African issue but global and that African citizens themselves will be the greatest at rebelling against corruption.