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Emerging market economies should "do their own homework" before they can ask for solidarity, the German Finance Minister tells CNBC.
U.K. retail sales slid more than expected in the month of January from December, but the year-on-year figure showed a steady rise for the second consecutive month.
Europe's recovery this year will not be straightforward, according to Axel Weber, the chairman of UBS, who warned against complacency in the euro zone.
Italian center-left leader Renzi picks OECD chief economist Pier Carlo Padoan as his finance minister.
Financial services giants are running a campaign to lobby every single British candidate in May's EU elections, the Financial Times reports.
George Osborne will promise on Thursday to deal with "hard truths" about Britain's unbalanced economic recovery in his annual budget next month.
The euro zone's private sector expanded in February with growth still close to the currency bloc's two and a half year high, but France bucked the trend, prompting concern over its economic growth at the start of 2014.
With at least 21 civilians killed, dozens of police dead or wounded and an overnight truce in shatters, events in Ukraine moved quickly on Thursday.
Nespresso hopes to tap the U.S. coffee market after the company revealed a new machine that serves larger cups of coffee.
BAE Systems posted a 3 percent rise in full-year profit on Thursday and said it expects earnings per share to fall by 5-10 percent in 2014.
Air France-KLM on Thursday posted a full year net loss of 1.83 billion euros ($2.51 billion), much wider than analysts had expected due to a tax impairment charge.
The jury trying Rebekah Brooks over phone-hacking charges should not hold her role as a former Rupert Murdoch editor against her, her lawyer said.
A British judge found on Thursday that Bernie Ecclestone had paid bribes to a German banker as part of a "corrupt agreement".
Deutsche Bank ended its decade-long battle with the heirs of late media mogul Leo Kirch on Thursday.
Pets at Home has become the latest company to come to the U.K. market, in what is set be the biggest year for IPOs in the retail sector in a decade.
"Kissing Coppers," a mural removed from a building in Brighton, England, was purchased by an anonymous telephone buyer, Fine Art Auctions Miami says.
Pope Francis penned a new missive on the injustices of poverty amid indications he is eyeing a major overhaul of the Vatican's financial house.
The U.K. unemployment rate rose in the three months to December, edging up to 7.2 percent, according to the Office for National Statistics.
The EU has called an extraordinary meeting of its foreign ministers on Thursday as the violence in Ukraine escalates.
Ex-U.K. Prime Minister Tony Blair offered to advise Rupert Murdoch during his media empire's phone-hacking scandal, a court heard on Wednesday.
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Dora Bakoyannis of Greece's New Democracy party discusses the country's "biggest crisis" since joining the European Union. Bakoyannis is touted as a future leader of the center-right party.
Tom Caddick, head of global multi asset solutions at Santander Asset Management, discusses the mood on Greece at Fund Forum International in Monaco.
Markets rocked on Monday after Greece instigated capital controls. However, Slim Feriani, CEO of MENA Capital, says an interest rate hike by the U.S. Federal Reserve could be bigger news than Greece for markets.