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Better late than never. After a string of delays, and having overcome a constitutional obstacle in Germany, the euro zone’s new rescue fund, the European Stability Mechanism, looks set to be finally inaugurated on Monday, the Financial Times reports.
The Turkish prime minister announced on Wednesday night that Turkey had fired artillery at targets in Syria, in retaliation for Syrian mortar fire that fell in a Turkish border town and killed five Turkish civilians, the New York Times reports.
Both the Bank of England and the European Central Bank are meeting tomorrow. Here's your trading plan.
European markets ended mixed on Wednesday after Spain’s Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy denied reports that he would be seeking a bailout for Spain this weekend.
Gloom lifts the dollar and Poland's central bank surprises — it's time for your FX Fix.
CNBC's Karen Tso reports on all the market moving events from Europe, including a look at the major European indexes.
François Hollande’s Socialist government is facing a new tax revolt – this time not from big business protesting against the president’s 75 per cent income tax band but in the form of a viral online campaign by small French entrepreneurs furious about a jump in capital gains taxes, the FT reports.
Euro zone countries would have to sign binding contracts with Brussels, committing them to detailed fiscal reform, according to a draft EU agenda that would increase the bloc’s control over national economic policies. The FT reports.
A European Central Bank rate cut won't come right away, but this strategist thinks it's in the bag for late 2012.
European markets closed mixed on Tuesday, with Spanish stocks higher on ongoing hopes that Spain will seek a full bailout, a move which would ease investors' concerns over the euro zone debt crisis.
Australia cuts rates and kiwis look sweet — it's time for your FX Fix.
CNBC's Ross Westgate reports on all the market moving events from Europe, including euro zone data showing a rise in factory price inflation.
Ikea is coming under fire for deleting women from the Saudi version of its bargain furniture catalogs. The Global Post reports.
The summer holiday that went on the American Express card, the private indulgence charged to a Victoria’s Secret store card, the winter wardrobe that won’t be paid off until spring.
Martin Lakos, Division Director, Macquarie Private Wealth recommends betting on a recovery in the U.S. economy via Australian companies including Amcor and Computershare.
Gary Schlossberg, Chief Economist, Wells Capital Management says that the jury is still very much out on the effectiveness of QE3. The U.S. economy needs lower fuel prices and stability in the Euro zone before a rebound can occur.
Click to see some of the hottest new releases from Europe’s biggest car makers at the 2012 Paris Motor Show.
CNBC's Bob Pisani chats with Art Cashin, UBS, about Fed chief Bernanke's comments today.
Currency investors got frisky in the third quarter and risk currencies rose, but this strategist senses a mood shift.
CNBC's Simon Hobbs reports EU stocks moved higher on Monday as concerns over Spanish banks eased, and CNBC's Mary Thompson has the details on American Expressed ordered to refund $85 million to consumers. Also, Gary Kaminsky, weighs in on the cause and effects of quantitative easing.
Mark Cahill, regional managing director of ManpowerGroup EMEA, says the worst hit countries in Europe have shown positive hiring intentions for 2014.
Cypriot finance minister Harris Georgiades, says he is concerned about the developments in Crimea.
Olly Burrows, Senior banks analyst at Rabobank, discusses what the details of the European Central Bank's latest phase of the asset quality review could mean for euro zone banks.