Irish and Spanish yields hit record lows on Monday - even though peripheral European countries still face plenty of headwinds.» Read More
In 2025, France will have no unemployment, no debt, and tapping the housing market will be a “pleasant” experience - at least according to four of its government ministers.
Virtual currency bitcoin has been recognized by the German Finance Ministry as a "unit of account", meaning it is can be used for tax and trading purposes in the country.
Global supermarket chain Tesco plans to launch a tablet device, the Sunday Times newspaper reported on the weekend, with analysts saying a Tesco tablet could prove popular at the cheap end of the market.
All five of the U.K.'s biggest banks posted profits for the first half of 2013, but a report on Monday warned that banks and regulators may be too focused on combating the wrongs of the past to take heed of future threats.
Spanish banks' bad loans as a percentage of total credit rose to 11.6 percent in June, the highest level on record, Bank of Spain data showed on Monday.
Norway's Statoil has sold stakes in key oil fields to OMV, freeing at least $2.65 billion for capital expenditure and boosting the Austrian firm's presence in Norway's booming oil industry.
Chancellor Angela Merkel said the German elections in September were a "very close call" and that it would be foolish to see the result as a foregone conclusion, despite her Christian Democratic Union (CDU) leading polls.
Despite growing fears of a housing bubble, the chief executive of Bovis Homes told CNBC that a future rise in interest rates has been priced in by lenders as the homebuilder posted a 50 percent increase in housing operating profits.
As the number of "low alcohol" wines continues to grow, industry experts are divided over the demand for these products – and whether their taste will satisfy the sommelier's palate.
The Italian Prime Minister on Sunday warned that a government collapse would undermine economic recovery and anger voters after local media reported center-right leader Silvio Berlusconi was poised to pull the plug on the executive.
Greece dismissed the chairman of its privatization agency on Sunday after a newspaper exposed how he used the private plane of a businessman who had just bought a state company to go on holiday.
Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood accused security forces of killing dozens of detained Islamists, upping the pressure in a crisis that has rocked the Arab world's most populous state.
One of the U.K.'s top business lobbying organizations has raised its growth forecasts for the U.K. this year and next after a better-than-expected round of economic data, but warned that unemployment will be "sticky".
Mining giant Glencore Xstrata is expected to write down the value of assets inherited from Xstrata by as much as $7 billion, when it reports first-half earnings on Tuesday.
Remember the days when you could take a mortgage big enough to buy a house and furnish it, a car to park outside and a holiday to celebrate? Those days haven't gone away in parts of Europe.
The Premier League's chief executive hit back at Manchester United's boss, saying David Moyes was simply having a "moan" when he questioned the fairness of the fixture list.
"Taper terror" has investors once again running for cover, spurring a broad selloff this week in global equities and bonds. But, the euro has been spared.
Shipping group Moller-Maersk delivered better-than-expected earnings on Friday and lifted its profit target, but the group's CEO warned that the outlook for container shipping remained challenging.
Top business people around the world hope that German Chancellor Angela Merkel's re-election would strengthen the euro zone's economic prospects, the FT reports.
A decrease in Norway's market share of salmon exports to China could be due to the Nobel Peace Prize awarded to a jailed Chinese dissident. The FT reports.
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Limor Schweitzer, founder of RoboSavvy discusses the different uses of 3D printing, saying the technology could have a big impact on education and really make robotics "shine".
Eamon Javers, Washington Correspondent for CNBC said U.S Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel's resignation may have appeared a "surprise", but President Barack Obama had known about this situation for a few months.
Kate Shoesmith, head of policy at the Recruitment and Employment Confederation, responds to U.K. Labour Party leader Ed Miliband's comments that he will not tolerate rogue employment agencies undercutting wages.