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Fund managers' allocations to euro zone equities have hit pre-crisis levels amid a rapid shift in sentiment towards the region, according to a survey by Bank of America Merrill Lynch.
After a bumper summer for tourism in Greece, things appear to be looking up for the country, with economists raising their growth forecasts just a week ahead of bailout inspectors arriving in Athens.
Hot on the patent heels of New York Fashion Week, London kicked off its own spring/summer wear showcase on Friday. Click ahead for some early highlights from London Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2014.
It might be heresy to even ask it among the chancellor's supporters but some Germans are asking anyway: who can succeed Angela Merkel?
Big doubts remain about whether a U.K. recovery that's been helped by housing and a consumer upturn can lead to strong investment-led growth.
European car sales fell 4.9 percent last month, the Association of European Carmakers said on Tuesday, as PSA Peugeot Citroen lost more ground to rivals.
China's crackdown on luxury goods has hit the world's luxury goods industry but Burberry remains confident of the potential of emerging markets.
Global economic difficulties will persist and could affect Dutch electronics giant Philips, the group's CEO told CNBC Tuesday after raising its financial targets and announcing a share buyback.
At London Fashion Week, Twitter was so last season, with fashion giant Topshop partnering with new and relatively unknown app Chirp to interact with fans and consumers during its catwalk show.
The U.K.'s Financial Conduct Authority plans to fine Barclays £50 million ($80 million) over its 2008 capital raising, as the investment banking division dragged down income.
U.K. policymakers plan to address concerns of a housing bubble on Wednesday but not everyone is happy about attempts to "dampen" a nascent housing recovery.
Berlin Zoo has won the latest round in a long-running legal battle with a U.K. company over the rights to the name of a famous polar bear.
The U.K. economy is "flattish" and needs more time to recover despite signs of a recovery, the retail tycoon Philip Green told CNBC on Monday.
The co-founder and former head of Autonomy has insisted that the Hewlett-Packard fiasco will not affect his new technology fund, which raised $1 billion from investors.
Angela Merkel received a boost this weekend when her allies won a key state election, but the vote could signal the end of her current conservative alliance.
Despite uncertainty over the future of the Italian government, the country's finance minister has dismissed fears of a major political crisis.
European Central Bank President Mario Draghi said on Monday that the euro zone's economy remained "fragile", unemployment was "still far too high" and reiterated that the euro zone's central bank would keep rates low.
Portugal's leaders have generally done what their international lenders have advised, setting a pattern of government compliance and official praise. This week's bailout inspection could be different.
This weekend's Bavarian elections in Germany – in which the "alpha male" governor of the state will seek re-election – will be closely watched ahead of the country's general elections.
Lufthansa is close to placing an order, split between Airbus and Boeing, for dozens of long-haul jets, two people familiar with the matter said.
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