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Catalan's independence vote could come sooner than you think. That may be bad news for the euro's survival.
The euro zone may be in recession but the region’s efforts to repair budgets, cut labor costs and improve competitiveness is signaling a more dynamic future for its economy, according to a report commissioned by a European think tank The Lisbon Council and Germany-based Berenberg Bank.
Buying your love each item from the song “The 12 Days of Christmas” will cost more than ever this year.
The euro awaits Greek aid and the Bank of Japan has some new doves — it's time for your FX Fix.
Some of Barclays’ biggest investors have urged Antony Jenkins, the bank’s new chief executive, to take an axe to its investment bank. The FT reports.
The fact that East Asia accounted for more than half of American trade deficit in the first nine months of this year is enough to conclude that Washington’s decision to devote a greater policy focus to the fastest-growing segment of the world economy was long overdue.
International lenders take a third stab on Monday at reaching an agreement on lowering Greece’s debt to sustainable levels. A positive outcome would pave the way for the release of key aid to Athens and should cement the risk appetite that has resurfaced in markets, well, at least for the short-term, analysts said.
EU finance ministers must urgently dispel doubts over their “political will” to create a single bank supervisor so talks do not drag on and upset “fragile markets”, the official spearheading the reforms has warned. The FT reports.
As the euro zone debt crisis weighs on the German “strong man of Europe”, Germany’s slowdown puts Eastern Europe’s growth at risk too, analysts told CNBC.
The euro has rallied against the Australian dollar, but this pro says it can't last.
Despite the European Union budget struggles, this pro sees the euro hitting $1.35 by year end.
European shares posted their best weekly gain so far this year after rising for a fifth day on Friday, boosted by strong German data and growing expectations Greece will soon get the next dose of financial help.
The Greek drama plays on and the Brazilian real crosses a line — it's time for your FX Fix.
Anshu Jain, co-chief executive of Deutsche Bank, has a problem with his job – it’s ever so slightly embarrassing.
Shrinking incomes are leading more families to switch to cut-price convenience foods, the Global Post reports.
In space no one can hear you scream. But they may be able to hear you moan about debt crises and squabble over how to keep your astronautical ambitions from crashing back down to Earth, the Global Post reports.
Enough of the pessimism over the euro zone, says one analyst, who points out that the disaster scenarios anticipated by financial markets for the region have not played out, leaving the euro poised for a strong rally that could take it to $1.50 next year – a 17 percent gain from where it is now.
Until recently, Jordi Parellada a singing teacher from Barcelona, would never have seen himself voting for Catalan independence. The FT reports.
German objections to suffering losses on official loans to Greece have forced the euro zone to explore more complex means of helping Athens cope with its debt mountain. The FT reports.
Despite bucking the economic gloom of the euro zone in recent years, Poland’s Finance Minister warned that the region’s debt crisis could derail Poland's progress.
Rallies have to end sometime for sure, but history suggests the current one doesn't have to end anytime soon.
The world's Top 50 hedge funds have added more to Boeing than any other stock, according to research firm FactSet.
The wealthy are back to pre-crisis boom years when it comes to their confidence, but why are some still sitting on cash?
What Warren Buffett once called "financial weapons of mass destruction" are firing again.
Economic growth in the Middle East and North Africa will moderate this year before recovering in 2014, the IMF said.
Former Prime Minister Mario Monti said he does not believe another Italian election will be called any time soon.
European shares closed higher on Wednesday, mirroring gains in the U.S. after Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke reiterated his commitment to maintaining loose monetary policy.
David Cameron, British prime minister, tells CNBC ahead of the EU Summit on tax fraud that he 'believes in low taxes for businesses' and highlights that international cooperation is crucial to tackle tax evasion.
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