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On the anniversary of Mario Draghi's promise the ECB would do "whatever it takes" to support the euro, how should one assess its performance the past year?
STMicroelectronics posted a second-quarter loss more than double that of a year earlier, as Europe's largest maker of semiconductors struggles with a softening smartphone market.
Swatch's chief executive said on Tuesday he did not care about the company's falling share price, stressing he is "quite bullish" on growth for the company.
Over $10 billion is set to change hands in the world of telecommunications as two key merger and acquisition (M&A) deals were announced on Tuesday.
Britain's millionaires are not being proactive enough when it comes to protecting their wealth for future generations, according to a new report by private bank and wealth manager Coutts.
British finance minister George Osborne will meet lenders and house builders on Tuesday to flesh out how a state-backed scheme to guarantee mortgages for risky borrowers will work when it comes into force.
Luanda, the capital of Angola in Southern Africa, has overtaken Tokyo as the world's most expensive city to live in for expatriates, according to Mercer's cost of living survey.
If there is a catalyst looming in the distance that could send markets spiraling into a selling frenzy, most pros think it’s Europe.
Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton delivered a baby boy Monday afternoon, an event analysts said would be "overwhelmingly positive" for the U.K. economy. Brands, too, got in on the action.
As Britain cheered the birth of a son to Prince William and his wife Kate, analysts said the birth would also be "overwhelmingly positive" for the U.K. economy.
Portuguese bond yields fell and stocks rallied after the two parties leading the coalition government vowed to keep an international bailout deal on track.
The co-CEO of software giant SAP Jim Hagemann Snabe has denied any friction with the firm's other CEO Bill McDermott after announcing on Monday that he will step down as joint head of the company.
Dividends paid out by U.K. companies in the second quarter of 2013 hit a record £25.3 billion ($38.66 billion), new research says.
The Duchess of Cambridge, 31, was admitted into a London hospital early Monday in the early stages of labor, a palace official confirmed.
U.S.-led appeals to the euro zone to stimulate economic growth and create jobs are turning out to be empty talk, and Germany is unlikely to make a contribution to euro's recovery.
Deutsche Bank plans to shrink its vast balance sheet by as much as a fifth in order to comply with incoming stricter rules for financial soundness. The FT reports.
Julius Baer adjusted net profit rose more than 25 percent in the first half, beating analyst estimates as increased client activity lifted operating income and gross margins.
France is in a worrying situation, the country's finance minister told CNBC, but growth will return in the second half of the year.
Shares of Swiss bank UBS rose 2.2 percent on Monday after it pre-announced second quarter results that were better than expected and said it had settled a lawsuit over mortgage bonds in the U.S.
Russia's finance minister said it was not in the country's interest to devalue the ruble, despite last month arguing a weaker currency would help boost Russia's flagging growth.
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Boris Schlossberg, managing director at BK Asset Management, remains dubious about the Federal Reserve, saying there's no economic merit in the Fed's arguments to raise rates.
Recommending the Apple stock to investors; Anil Doradla, analyst at William Blair, says a a number of factors helped Apple's earnings, including its new products in China.
Discussing the Federal Reserve meeting, Hugh Grieves, manager of the CF Miton US Opportunities Fund, explains the risks of the Fed delaying the interest rate hike until 2016.