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Five banks involved in setting the London benchmark gold price have been accused in a lawsuit of price manipulation.
The U.N. deputy secretary-general has denied reports from Ukrainian officials that a U.N. special envoy was kidnapped in Crimea.
As the turmoil in Ukraine continues, analysts have flagged Turkey as another country to watch.
The phrase “Russian oligarch” has become a cliché – but Ukraine’s billionaires have been shoved into the spotlight in their country’s recent turmoil.
Smoke breaks may be costing employers more than they think, with U.K. businesses losing around $14.50 billion a year, according to a new study.
One of the largest publishing companies in Europe is launching a weekly magazine dedicated to Pope Francis, scheduled to hit newsstands Wednesday.
The euro zone's private sector logged its busiest month in over 2 and a half years in February, outstripping earlier estimates.
Italy has come under renewed pressure from the European Commission to take "decisive action" on economic reform or face fines.
The U.K.'s central bank has suspended an employee as part of its investigation into alleged manipulation of the currency markets.
The London property market stands to benefit from the crisis in Ukraine as wealthy Russians and Ukrainians funnel money abroad to escape domestic turmoil. The FT reports.
Russian President Vladimir Putin has been nominated for the 2014 Nobel Peace Prize - but the conflict in Ukraine is also likely to be on the Nobel committee's agenda.
As the IMF warns of the risks of low inflation and calls on the ECB to act - here's a look at the options open to the central bank.
The era of record low interest rates in the U.K. has helped salvage the country's economy - but also created further problems.
IT disasters like cyberattacks and telecommunications outages are global business mangers’ greatest concerns, said a survey published on Wednesday.
Russia said it could not order "self-defense" forces in Ukraine's Crimea region back to their bases ahead of crucial ministerial talks in Paris.
As global stocks stage a big rebound, one market watcher says the initial plunge was a major pressure point for Russia's Vladimir Putin concerning Ukraine.
Some telephone services were severed after Russian forces seized control of airfields in Crimea, but now lawmakers are being targeted, Ukraine says.
CNBC goes behind the scenes of the 84th Geneva International Motor Show to bring you some of the highlights.
Two of Bank of Ireland's largest shareholders, Wilbur Ross and Fairfax Financial, have begun selling a 6.4 percent share in the country's largest lender.
Car manufacturers at Europe's premier car show were confident the recent uptick in sales in Western Europe would continue, and attributed weak U.S. sales to the severe weather.
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Vincenzo Scarpetta, political analyst at Open Europe, discusses what you need to know about this weekend's Spanish regional elections.
Christoph Schmidt, chairman of the German Council of Economic Experts, discusses Germany in relation to the ECB's monetary policy.
European equities closed mixed on Friday as investors focused on a central bank meeting in Portugal and a speech from U.S. Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen.