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The ongoing war of words between Beijing and the U.K. over an apparent reluctance to develop a new nuclear plant in the west of England has escalated.
The U.K. prime minister returns to 10 Downing Street this week, a reminder to anyone still basking in the sun with a bottle of rosé that fall is upon us.
It's easy to forget that Greece's political and economic crisis dominated headlines last summer and that the country's problems have not gone away.
The presidential election has the potential to cause considerable volatility and could possibly re-price a number of markets, Citi highlighted.
Global superpower China has explained away its disappointing medals haul at the Rio Olympic Games by noting a shift in the national mood and sporting policy.
London could finally become a 24-hour city with the arrival of its long-awaited round-the-clock London Underground services this weekend.
Music fans woke up to exciting news with the announcements of new work from U.S. rock band Metallica and R&B singer Frank Ocean.
Donald Trump may have run out of time in the race to be the next U.S. president says one political expert.
Start-ups are hoping new AI techniques that make searching the web more like talking a friend will help them take on Google.
U.K. retail sales posted a strong beat on Thursday, adding to a positive picture for the country's economy following the decision to leave the European Union.
Moody's said the "most immediate" risk to the global economic outlook is associated with the U.S. presidential election in November.
Fresh jobs data in the U.K. managed to surprise market analysts on Wednesday, with benefit claimant figures actually falling.
Tourists spent 14 percent less in July 2016 than July 2015, according to global figures from value added tax refund company Global Blue compiled for UBS.
Russia can expect 'indefinite' sanctions for its illegal annexation of Crimea , according to a Russia specialist, but Russia cares about economic bans more.
BHP Billiton reported a record $6.4 billion annual loss on Tuesday, hammered by a bad bet on shale, a dam disaster in Brazil and a commodities slump.
Investors need to think ahead about how to generate returns independently in case the rally in equities and bonds loses steam, an analyst told CNBC.
The Hornsea Project Two offshore windfarm – set to be the largest in the world – received the green light from the U.K. government on Tuesday.
Sterling could continue to see weakness and may plunge further as uncertainty and monetary policy easing from the BOE drives investor sentiment across the U.K.
Amazon sent a buzz around Finland last week as it sought out tech stars, boosting the country's start-up scene in the process.
More and more investors are starting to hoard cash thanks to an ultra-low interest rate environment and negative bond yields.