“Turbulence may ensue” if no agreement is struck between Greece and its international bailout supervisors soon, the vice-president of the ECB has told CNBC.» Read More
Europe and Japan are the most sought-after regions for hedge fund investors as economic conditions show signs of improvement.
UK inflation fell below the Bank of England's (BoE) target in January to its lowest annual level since November 2009.
Analysts are concerned that Matteo Renzi may need superhuman strength to maintain his bold reform plans.
Europe's auto industry was given another lift in January, as car sales rose for the fifth consecutive month.
A pro-efficiency movement contends that Spain can become more productive, more in sync with the rest of Europe, if it adopts a more regular schedule. The New York Times reports.
Britain's fraud agency has started criminal proceedings against three former bankers of Barclays for the alleged manipulation of Libor interest rates.
Iran's largest private bank is suing the British government for almost $4 billion in damages over the sanctions imposed in 2009.
Asking prices for U.K. houses jumped above £250,000 ($419,050) in February, up 6.9 percent on the same time last year, a new study finds.
Stopping an independent Scotland from using the pound will hurt business in the rest of the UK, warned the country's 's first minister.
Netflix saw a bumper number of U.S. subscribers tune in to Web-only TV show "House of Cards" as the second series of the drama came out on Friday.
Heavy storms that have flooded around 6,000 U.K. homes could knock more than 1 percent off economic growth, a U.K. economist told CNBC on Monday.
Italy is expected to face days of political horse trading for key posts as Matteo Renzi begins talks to form a coalition government.
As he bides his time preparing a possible comeback, former French President Nicolas Sarkozy has a winning asset - his wife.
Swiss authorities detained the hijacker of an Ethiopian Airlines flight that was forced to land at Geneva's international airport on Monday.
Spain will probably begin the privatization of bailed-out Bankia with the sale of a 5 to 10 percent stake to institutional investors.
Center-left leader Matteo Renzi was set to be nominated as Italy's prime minister in a matter of days after a party coup forced Enrico Letta to resign.
European Commission President Jose Manuel Barroso said states breaking away from existing EU countries would struggle to gain EU membership, further complicating Scottish nationalists' already uncertain plans for independence.
Moody's raised its outlook on Italy's Baa2 sovereign debt rating, citing the country's financial strength and reduced balance sheet risks.
The euro hits its highest level against the dollar in almost three weeks on Friday, following better-than-expected growth data.
The Bank of England will only start to increase interest rates when a range of measures suggest the economy is operating at closer to full capacity, central bank governor Mark Carney said in an interview broadcast on Sunday.
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European equities closed flat to lower on Thursday, as hopes faded that a reforms-for-aid deal between Greece and its lenders was getting nearer.
Peter Rosenstreich, chief FX analyst at Swissquote Bank, explains why he thinks the market is finding the Greece deal situation "numbing" right now.