Emerging market economies might be bracing themselves for the after-shock of the Fed's latest policy move, but some stocks could still take off.
European leaders are beginning a two-day summit on Thursday in an attempt to sign off on a banking union deal before the weekend.
Britain's unemployment rate fell faster than expected in the three months to October, edging closer the Bank of England's threshold level for considering a hike in interest rates.
Dutch prostitutes are demanding the same retirement tax benefits as professional footballers because of the "hard physical work" they do.
Angela Merkel will lead an unlikely alliance of conservatives and socialists in her third term as the German Chancellor.
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