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Police said "mental health" was likely a factor behind the attack that killed an American woman and wounded five people in Russell Square.
The Bank of England is expected to cut interest rates and could unveil a new round of stimulus on Thursday, while cutting its economic forecasts.
The prospect of the outspoken billionaire businessman Donald Trump becoming the next U.S. president sickens some European leaders.
Sport and social media will link ever closer tonight when a soccer match between English clubs Manchester United and Everton is streamed live on Facebook.
Donald Trump's bold statements have startled Europe, but Ireland may have more to fear than most if the Republican makes it to the White House.
A record 1.3 million migrants applied for asylum in the Europe in 2015 – nearly twice as many as the previous high point in 1992.
Italy is investigating whether Islamic State is involved in organizing the passage of migrants across the Mediterranean.
HSBC logged a H1 pre-tax profit of $9.7 billion, slightly missing analysts' expectations according to a Reuters poll.
The U.K. economy is set to shrink in the 3 months following the Brexit vote, marking the first contraction in almost 4 years, says a think-tank.
French advertising giant Publicis has announced that Kevin Roberts, the executive chairman of Saatchi & Saatchi, has resigned.
France is more vulnerable to business disruption than emerging markets like South Africa, Argentina, Brazil — and even Afghanistan, says a new report.
StanChart reported underlying pretax profit of $994 million in the six months to end-June, as cost-cutting, steady income and fewer bad loans helped the bank.
Dutch financial services company reports a nearly 27 percent rise in net earnings for the second quarter.
The trends in markets haven’t changed and people still continue to buy yields and high growth, an analyst told CNBC on Wednesday.
German postal and logistics company Deutsche Post said it was selling its long-distance bus unit to market leader Flixbus due to tough competition.
Demonstrators accuse Byron Hamburgers of having "entrapped (staff)" over illegal immigration.
Thanks to a charge on plastic bags in the U.K, the British government has forecast there will be 6 billion fewer in circulation.
Frederic Oudea, the chief executive of Societe Generale, played down the tests' importance as the bank reported a rise in income.
Gold prices have rebounded and are likely to continue to climb as investors seeking haven from market turmoil pour money into the metal.
Swedish furniture brand IKEA has poured cold water on Kanye West's ambitions to design a range of furniture for the company.
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Anna Thal Larsen, partner at Bain & Company, speaks about retail sector trends as Black Friday looms.
IHS Markit's Head of Aviation John Sneller speaks about how airlines will fare as the winter peak travel season gets underway.
Cinda Securities analyst Chen Jiahe speaks about Chinese markets amid a sharp fall in trade.