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Former French President Nicolas Sarkozy has lost support in the race for head of the conservative party, a poll showed.
A new law is Spain's latest effort to make the country more attractive to people outside the EU who want to start a businesses, invest or work there. The NYT reports.
A 1914 watercolor by Adolf Hitler fetched 130,000 euros ($161,000) at auction in the German city of Nuremberg on Saturday, the auctioneers said.
Sergei Lavrov accused the West of trying to use sanctions imposed on Moscow in the Ukraine crisis to seek "regime change" in Russia.
Royal Bank of Scotland admitted it submitted erroneous data for European bank stress tests in October and had in fact only just scraped through.
The BoE is investigating whether its officials knew of the possible manipulation of auctions designed to inject money into the credit markets. The FT reports.
Friday marks one year since protests erupted in Kiev, which snowballed into the biggest upheaval Ukraine has seen since the end of the Soviet Union.
Russia may cut oil production to shore up flagging prices, but no decision has been made yet, its energy minister said.
A end of a 400-year-old rule that means British pubs can now pick and choose their ales, won't lead to cheaper beer, a major pub boss warned.
The ECB has started buying asset-backed securities, it said on Friday, in a move to encourage banks to lend and revive the economy.
The UK Independence Party's (UKIP) latest triumph at the ballot box brings a potential exit by the U.K. from the EU closer, analysts have warned CNBC.
Greece's budget for 2015 has put it at loggerheads again with the "Troika" of international monitors.
The euro zone is likely to stay stagnant and the ECB stands ready to act fast to combat low inflation, says President Mario Draghi.
Britain's anti-EU UKIP party won its second seat in parliament on Friday, defeating PM David Cameron's Conservatives in a special election.
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.
European shares opened mixed on Monday with investors eyeing the outcome of nuclear negotiations with Iran and a meeting of major oil producers later this week.
Bart Hedges, CEO of Greenlight Capital Re, discusses the reinsurance market and how the business is competing.
Alisher Usmanov, chairman of USM Holdings, says 2015 will not be easy for the global economy.