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Janet Yellen is the first woman to even be considered to lead a major central bank—one of the highest glass ceilings remaining for women.
A growing number of French students from the Grandes Ecoles, the country's 'Ivy League', are considering quitting France to find their first job.
ECB Executive Board Member Joerg Asmussen expressed confidence in the U.S. government, but warned that in Europe, depositors could still be tapped if a bank failed in the future.
It looks like it's steady as she goes when the U.K. central bank's monetary policy committees meets this Thursday, said analysts.
Fears that struggling euro zone country Slovenia are closer to asking for an international bailout re-emerged this week with lawmakers warning that the country might soon not be able to fund itself.
Italy and Spain have launched landmark new debt-raising initiatives on Wednesday, capitalizing on market demand.
European lawmakers have passed a bill to regulate pilots’ flying times, despite fierce opposition from both the European Parliament and the U.K. pilots union.
Most people in Briton feel the quality of their public services has either been maintained or improved since the financial crisis.
Goldman Sachs caused a rally in U.K. homebuilders on Wednesday with an ultra-bullish analysis of the country's resurgent housing market.
British industrial output suffered an unexpected fall in August as factories cut production, data showed on Wednesday.
With Europe's fragile economic recovery at stake, it is keeping a close eye on the looming budget crisis, wary of the unthinkable: a US default.
Italian airline Alitalia risks having to file for bankruptcy if no deal on a capital increase is reached in a couple of weeks, a source said.
Greece might be confident that it will exit six years of recession in 2014, but the country's economic outlook remained worrying.
Parts of Europe's proposals for a banking union may fall foul of European Union law, lawyers have said in a fresh setback to plans aimed at strengthening the financial system.
UK should beware economy-boosting government schemes, a business leader warned.
Britain is on track to sell shares in Royal Mail at the top of its range, two sources close to the deal said.
European lawmakers have rejected proposals that aimed to clamp down on how the latest gadget to help smokers give up tobacco should be sold.
Singaporean demand for London properties is heating up as a host of factors drive locals out of the local market and into the thriving U.K. capital.
The restructuring of Banca Monte dei Paschi di Siena is essential if the bank is to continue to operate independently, its chief executive told CNBC,
Peter Voser said the failure of Royal Dutch Shell's huge bet on US shale was a big regret of his time as chief executive of the company, the FT reports.
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