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Spanish oil major Repsol said on Tuesday its board of directors approved a $5 billion settlement with the government of Argentina.
Ukrainians found documents dumped into a river along the former president's estate that they hope will reveal wrongdoing.
Private equity investors sitting on a record amount of cash are poised to leap into southern Europe after shunning the region for years.
Some within the industry say the globalization of retail has brought with it a new challenge: It's taking the excitement out of global shopping.
The U.K. plan to auction off visas, with bids starting at $4 million, may sound strange, but it's not too different from other schemes that give investors visas.
Russia's role in the future of the Ukraine has become the latest focus for the country after acting president warned of "dangerous signs of separatism".
U.S. spying is driving some of its allies to build an undersea cable from Portugal to Brazil, according to a report.
Regular Ukrainians traveling to view President Viktor Yanukovych's property are stunned by its opulence.
The euro could rally further against the dollar, even if the European Central Bank unveils further accommodative measures next week.
Europe is over the worst of its economic crisis, with growth across the region forecast to be stronger this year, the European Commission said on Tuesday.
Foreign trade propelled growth in Europe's largest economy in the fourth quarter, while domestic demand dragged.
British banks approved more mortgages in January than in any month since September 2007, just after the start of the financial crisis, data showed on Monday.
The inaugural speech by Italy’s new Prime Minister Matteo Renzi was labelled “badly mixed minestrone” by an opposition politician.
Often criticized for being little more than a talking shop, the G-20 club has sought to shake off that image, writes CNBC's Carolin Roth.
The euro zone needs to boost internal demand and weaken its currency in order to compete with other major markets, the CFO of STMicroelectronics told CNBC.
PM Matteo Renzi won his first confidence vote in parliament, pledging to cut labour taxes, free up funds for investment in schools and pass wide institutional reforms.
Europe's highly fragmented telecommunications market will begin to consolidate into a "new paradigm", the deputy CEO of Orange forecast on Monday.
Following the ouster of Viktor Yanukovych in Ukraine this weekend, Venezuela may be next to depose its president, analysts warned on Monday.
Renzi faces his first parliamentary test on Monday as he goes to the Senate to seek to win a confidence vote in his newly installed government.
Dixons Retail and Carphone Warehouse, two leading Europe retailers, said on Monday they are in merger talks.
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Ben Lichtenstein, president ofTradersAudio.com, says there seems to be "continued weakness" in Treasury prices, amid the discussion on the "inevitable" Fed rate hike.
Talking about the U.S. presidential race, Boris Epshteyn, U.S. Republican political strategist at Strategy International, says there's a "lack of trust" when it comes to Hillary Clinton.
Ben White, Politico chief economic correspondent, says that Chris Christie will have a "hard time" if he runs in the U.S. 2016 election, especially after the Bridgegate scandal.