The ECB has started buying asset-backed securities, it said on Friday, in a move to encourage banks to lend and revive the economy.» Read More
The European Central Bank is set to embark on a scheme to buy the kind of rebundled debt that sparked the global economic crash.
Russia's ruble strengthened and its benchmark stock market hit a 2014 high on Thursday, but analysts warned it's premature to talk about a recovery.
Greece’s proposed budget for 2015 has put it at loggerheads again with the “Troika” of international monitors.
Cable billionaire John Malone is the largest landowner in the U.S. Now, he's becoming one of the biggest real-estate holders in Ireland.
Britain's appeal against the European Union's bankers' bonus cap has been been dealt a blow by a legal advisor to the bloc's top court
British retail sales grew much more strongly than expected in October after a heavy fall in September, driven by purchases of furniture.
Russia's second-largest bank VTB said its third-quarter net profit fell 98 percent year-on-year to 0.4 billion roubles ($8.57 million).
Private-sector output in the euro zone in November failed to live up to expectations, fueling concerns that the region's recovery is faltering.
The U.K. government needs to make radical changes to halt the slide in export growth, the head of British Chambers of Commerce told CNBC.
A British company has launched a £600,000 ($1 million) Kickstarter crowdfunding campaign to get to moon and drill into its surface.
With retail sales in Britain expecting to reach £36.5 billion ($57 billion) this December, businesses hope to impress with marketing campaigns.
German company Sennheiser has built up an enviable reputation when it comes to the production of high end audio equipment. How?
The cost of borrowing for embattled euro zone nation Greece got even more expensive on Thursday, as investors shunned the country's sovereign debt.
Euro zone countries must implement strict budget discipline in order to attract investment, European Commission Vice President Jyrki Katainen said.
The European Parliament will vote next week on whether Jean-Claude Juncker should resign as European Commission president, the FT reports.
The Bank of England's rate-setting committee disagrees on the risks facing the U.K.'s economic outlook, minutes of its latest meeting revealed.
Britain's Royal Mail halved the expected growth rate of its U.K. parcels market to 1-2 percent on Wednesday due to fierce competition.
A hotel in the north of England that charged a couple £100 ($156) for leaving a "bad review" of a hotel on TripAdvisor, has scrapped the charge.
With all of its income from oil sales, Russia's central bank is making a big move toward gold.
The year is drawing to a close, but European equities still have plenty of room to run, according to HSBC.
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