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France's finance minister, Pierre Moscovici, has called on his country's business community to be conscious of the need for reform, and has attacked what he described as "French-bashing."
At least 51 people were killed and 435 injured in clashes early Monday in the Egyptian capital, the Ministry of Health said.
European Central Bank President Mario Draghi reiterated on Monday his commitment to low interest rates, saying higher rates were not currently warranted.
Throughout discussions in Europe, two questions surfaced: 1) what happened to the weather, and 2) what's happened to the tourists, specifically European tourists?
Analysts flagged China’s slowdown as a key risk to second quarter earnings season in Europe, as markets await numbers from U.S. bellweather Alcoa.
Senior bankers found guilty of "reckless misconduct" could face prison, according to plans backed by the U.K. Chancellor of the Exchequer.
U.K. justice ministers pledged to change the country's human rights laws, after radical cleric Abu Qatada was finally extradited to Jordan.
Travel and insurance company Saga is to launch a search for a new chief executive, ahead of potential plans for a £3 billion ($4.5 billion) stock market float.
The British Lions team selection just goes to show that taking a contrary view from the mainstream can be a very profitable strategy.
Experts representing Greece's international lenders have reached an agreement with the Greek authorities in Athens on further reforms the country is required to implement in return for new bailout funds.
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) could be forced into an embarrassing U-turn this week and upgrade growth forecasts for the U.K, analysts said on Monday.
The European Central Bank cannot solve the euro zone crisis, Bundesbank chief Jens Weidmann told economists on Sunday, pressing governments to get their economies in shape.
The last few heart-pounding strides towards the summit proved the most precarious for Andy Murray as he beat Novak Djokovic to end a 77-year British jinx at Wimbledon.
The euro zone must decide on Monday how to keep Greece on a lifeline but is divided over whether to delay aid payments to Athens in an attempt to force through unpopular reforms.
Egypt's political transition after President Mohamed Morsi was ousted by the military stumbled, after the choice of liberal politician Mohamed ElBaradei as interim PM was thrown into doubt by Islamist objections.
In an effort to improve tourism in a down economy, Paris officials are distributing pamphlets to teach Parisians how to not be so famously rude to visitors, reports NBC.
David Cameron won a parliamentary vote on Friday on making a referendum on Britain's European Union membership legally binding, but his victory is largely symbolic.
Britain must toughen up with oil firms that prevent smaller producers from getting access to platforms and pipelines, North Sea oil companies say.
Greece’s latest tranche of aid could be made in separate instalments, European Commission Vice-President Olli Rehn said on Friday, keeping the pressure on Athens to meet international lenders' bailout demands.
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European equities closed sharply lower on Thursday following a selloff in the U.S. Wednesday and a lackluster lead from Asia.