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Saudi King Salman said there was consensus with Russia's leadership on broadening relations, the Saudi press agency reported.
British Prime Minister Theresa May should call a leadership election, former Conservative Party chairman Grant Shapps said.
Spain's Constitutional Court has suspended a session of the Catalan parliament scheduled for Monday.
Insurance giant Aviva has bought a majority stake in a British start-up that manages diversified investment plans for customers.
Kazuo Ishiguro has won the Nobel Prize for Literature for uncovering "the abyss beneath our illusory sense of connection with the world," the Swedish Academy said.
Automakers now include more infotainment options to allow drivers to use social media, email and text. The technology is also becoming more complicated to use.
The pan-European Stoxx 600 closed 0.16 percent higher with sectors pointing in different directions.
Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Wednesday a deal between OPEC and other oil producers to reduce production could be extended to the end of 2018.
The European Commission says Amazon received illegal tax benefits from Luxembourg.
Europe's political leaders are calling for a quick and meaningful solution to the constitutional crisis enveloping Spain and Catalonia.
The European Commission is taking Ireland to court for failing to recover taxes from Apple.
The high-end tyremaker Pirelli had a difficult comeback to the stock market on Wednesday, but its chief executive officer told CNBC that it's too early to assess the market reaction.
European equities finished Wednesday's session slightly lower as investors continued to keep a close eye on political events in the region.
A lack of avenues into buying and selling lithium is an issue that has led some investors to believe a lithium futures contract might one day be possible.
Catalonia's pro-independence leader has said that the region will declare independence from Spain "in a matter of days."
U.S. officials broke into residences at Russia's consulate in San Francisco, the foreign ministry in Moscow said.
Stocks in Europe still have room to push higher in the next few years despite a series of political pressures weighing on sentiment in the region, equity analysts told CNBC.
A telecommunications start-up has raised £255 million ($338 million) from investors including Russian tycoon and soccer club owner Roman Abramovich.
The U.K. will not "cut and paste" existing European trade agreements once a deal for Brexit has been completed, the country's trade chief told CNBC Tuesday.
A general strike in Catalonia on Tuesday will likely bring much of the wealthy Spanish region to a standstill.
Herbert Diess told CNBC that the regulatory environment is coming down hard on VW and others.
Herbert Diess claimed the company's size will help it transition to an electric car market leader.
Liam Fox, international trade secretary for the U.K. government, discusses Theresa May’s Brexit deal.