Talks on a funding deal between reshuffled Greek negotiators and creditor representatives have been under way since Thursday.» Read More
The euro zone economy grew faster than expected amid signs of a narrowing gap between the region's strongest and weakest countries.
The current state of the U.K. pension system is leaving consumers short-changed, according to the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA).
Investors have plowed into Europe, making it the consensus positive call, but some analysts are starting to think it's time to curb the enthusiasm.
The euro zone economy is expected to have expanded at a modest rate in the fourth quarter, but economists warned of a weak and uneven recovery.
Italy's Letta will tender his resignation on Friday after his Democratic Party (PD) called for him to step aside to make way for a new government.
The app sector in the European Union (EU) could add 63 billion euros and nearly 5 million jobs to the economy, a new report finds.
French lender BNP Paribas reported net profit for 2013 that missed market expectations with two different charges for the bank hitting its figures for the year.
British finance minister George Osborne warned Scotland on Thursday it cannot keep the pound if it votes for independence.
State-backed bank reports a statutory profit of £415 million ($689 million) for 2013 compared with last year's £606 million loss.
French carmaker Renault pledged on Thursday to lift its operating margin to 5 percent in 2017, extending its turnaround plan by one year.
Swiss industrial conglomerate has trimmed its target for revenue growth in 2014, blaming a sluggish global economic recovery.
Nestle shares fell on Thursday after the group announced lower-than-expected net profit for 2013 and guided for another "challenging year" in 2014.
The CEO and Chairman of Commerzbank has told CNBC its fourth-quarter earnings were "solid," but warned investors not to expect a dividend in 2014.
For a currency that's taken quite a beating in recent years, things couldn't look better for sterling.
Italian PM Enrico Letta made clear on Wednesday he would not step down and that if the center-left leader wants to replace him he must make it clear.
Bank of England Governor Mark Carney has unveiled the "next phase" of forward guidance and adopted a less-dovish tone than many expected.
As swathes of the U.K. battle with severe flooding, insurers prepare to take a hit of over £500 million ($826 million).
ECB President Mario Draghi said on Wednesday the new European banking supervisor will be able to prick localized asset bubbles.
U.S. business magnate Donald Trump continued his spending spree this week by snapping up a 400-acre golf resort in Ireland.
Enda Kenny, Taoiseach (Prime Minister) of Ireland has denied that international companies doing business in Ireland pay as little as 2.2 percent tax.
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