HSBC Chairman Douglas Flint told CNBC that relocating the bank's headquarters back to Hong Kong "would be potentially interesting" on Friday.» Read More
Euro zone unemployment numbers point to a tepid regional recovery, analysts said on Tuesday, after official data showed unemployment levels remained unchanged in August.
Consumer goods company Unilever warned on Monday that a slowdown in its emerging markets accelerated in the third quarter and it now expects underlying sales growth of just 3 to 3.5 percent in the period.
Google, which has been grilled twice in the past year by a UK parliamentary committee over its tax practices, had a UK tax bill of 35 million pounds ($55 million) in 2012, on sales of $4.9 billion to British customers.
Indian authorities have frozen some of Nokia's assets in a tax dispute but the move isn't expected to delay its handset business sale to Microsoft.
The European Central Bank is set to stick to its policy course on Wednesday while keeping a wary eye on risks to the euro zone's nascent recovery.
The French government will review its legislation on Sunday trading after two DIY chains defied the law and opened their doors over the weekend.
The Greek government said it would soon present a bill targeting racist hate speech, part of a crackdown on the Golden Dawn party.
Tumbling gold prices have hit one of Britain’s biggest pawnbrokers, Albemarle & Bond, with the company forced to issue a profit warning and launch an emergency sale of shares.
Italy's political chaos could spell further elections, market uncertainty and economic turmoil, analysts warn.
Structural issues in the European steel making industry need to be addressed, according to Jeff Largey, mining analyst at Macquarie Group, as steel prices look set to decline.
U.K. Chancellor George Osborne unveiled plans to overhaul unemployment benefits on Monday, as he attempts to boost his party's standing in the polls.
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Portuguese voters punished the ruling Social Democrats for painful austerity, boosting opposition candidates in municipal elections.
Governments across the world are engaged in cyber-attack campaigns against one another, with Europe left out.
For the first time since 2011, expansion is a bigger priority for U.K. businesses than cost-cutting or stockpiling cash.
Germany engineering company Siemens says it will cut up to 15,000 jobs worldwide by the end of 2014.
Italian Prime Minister Enrico Letta will meet the president to try to chart a way out of a deep political crisis.
Just as you thought the crisis in Europe was over and markets seem to be enjoying confidence and stability, along comes another curve ball.
Greece's lenders called a temporary halt to their latest mission, saying they had made good progress and expected to resume talks soon.
What looks like a difficult search for a governing coalition in Germany, and, possibly, another round of parliamentary elections, could soon be a sight to behold.
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Piers Curran, head of trading at Amplify Trading, discusses what we should watch from Apple earnings, adding that he expects more dividends and more share buybacks.
HSBC Chairman Douglas Flint told CNBC that Hong Kong would be an attractive location if the bank moved its headquarters.
European equities finished slightly higher on Friday as investors reacted to a slew of corporate earnings news.