Greece's Parliament early on Sunday approved a budget for 2014 which predicts a timid return to growth. The New York Times reports.» Read More
Danièle Nouy will take the helm at the Single Supervisory Mechanism (SSM), due to come into force next November.
Greece formally lost its developed market status on Wednesday, but many analysts argue that the outlook for Greek stocks is now a lot rosier.
The U.K.'s recently privatized Royal Mail reported a hike in first-half profit on Wednesday, amid concerns that it was sold off too cheaply.
Italian leader Berlusconi faces one of the heaviest blows of his political career when the Senate votes on stripping him of his seat in parliament.
German Chancellor Merkel's conservatives and the Social Democrats made a breakthrough early Wednesday in talks about a "grand coalition" government.
Prime Minister Letta won a confidence vote, reinforcing his coalition government before the Senate is expected to ban Berlusconi from parliament.
Stocks in weaker euro zone countries like Spain and Italy look set to outperform their stronger peers this year, analysts say.
Former Spanish PM Jose Zapatero has said the problem with the euro zone is that its monetary policy was designed to aid Germany.
Scotland’s campaign to break ties with the rest of the U.K. kicks off in earnest this week – but the economic implications are fiercely debated.
The latest deal with China over Greece's largest container shipping port signals strong confidence in the country, the Greek shipping minister said.
U.S. tech companies could lose their exemption from privacy rules unless the U.S. changes the way it treats EU citizens' online data, the FT reports.
Slowing price growth in Europe is likely to reverse, according to one ECB official, adding that the central bank is ready to tackle any possible disinflation.
The Bank of England will launch a review into whether it should have more power over leverage ratios at U.K. banks.
The board of troubled Italian lender Banca Monte dei Paschi di Siena has approved a rights issue of up to $4.1 billion.
Euro zone countries -- particularly in the south -- still face "challenging economic conditions," the CFO at Wolters Kluwer told CNBC.
German pharmaceutical group Bayer offered to buy Norway's Algeta for $2.4 billion, Algeta said on Tuesday.
The EU plans to close a loophole that allows companies to slash their tax bills by setting up offices in softer tax regimes.
Ukraine's rejection of a EU trade deal, was met with dismay. However, economic analysts said a move towards Russia and away from Europe could benefit Ukraine over the coming months.
Cheer has returned to London’s initial public offering (IPO) market, but investors may want to watch out for froth as they crack open the champagne.
Fiat said on Monday its U.S. unit Chrysler would not launch an initial public offering before the end of the year.
Bitcoin fans learnt that one of the virtual currency's exchanges will enforce customer verification checks from Thursday.
Google is challanging Apple's iPhone with MotoX, the FT reports.
The recent move by the Swiss government to allow banks to sidestep secrecy laws won't prevent them from depositing money in the country.
Alex Donohue, spokesman for Ladbrokes, tells football fans how he thinks they should place their bets for Next Year's World Cup.
Nick Stone, co-founder of FIXR, says his new clubbing app could revolutionize nights out in London.
Alec Young, global equity strategist at S&P Capital IQ, says markets are taking the Federal Reserve taper threat in their stride, and focusing more on the improving economy.