Finnish police arrested four other Moroccan men over their possible links to the man suspected of killing two and wounding eight in Friday's knife attacks. » Read More
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The European Commission cut its 2016 growth forecast for the euro zone economy.
April saw wind turbines in Scotland provide 699,684 megawatt hours of electricity to the National Grid, according to new data.
Spain's King Felipe on Tuesday dissolved parliament and formally called a parliamentary election for June 26.
Swiss bank UBS' wealth management business attracted strong inflows, but said it saw "abnormally low" transaction volumes in the first quarter.
BNP Paribas reported a 10 percent rise in net profit in the first quarter but its investment banking division took a hit from a volatile market environment.
The head of Europe Sovereign Risk at Moody's told CNBC that the ECB's policies weren't as effective as they used to be.
A crackdown on terrorism financing in the wake of the attacks on Paris and Brussels will see European regulators tighten up the rules governing digital-only currencies like bitcoin and prepaid payment cards.
Some hot global property markets may be showing signs of cooling off, but that hasn’t dissuaded Dubai’s Emaar Properties.
British mortgage approvals fell for the first time in six months in March, but consumers borrowed at the fastest rate in over a decade.
A majority of shareholders approved the executive pay packages at Credit Suisse on Friday, amid backlash from some investors.
Germany is proposing a change to its unemployment benefits law so that EU migrants would only be able to access jobless benefits after five years.
The U.K. is not be the only one mulling its future in the European Union. Denmark and the Czech Republic may face their own referendums on membership.
Law enforcers have successfully taken down an illegal counterfeit operation printing out 100 euro notes in Bulgaria.
With several virtual reality devices such as the Oculus Rift being released in 2016, Newzoo have looked into consumer demand for them.
Russia's central bank held interest rates steady at 11 percent on Friday, although it signaled that if inflation kept on falling it could cut soon.
Pearson CEO told CNBC its first-quarter trading was "very much in line with what we expected," despite sales being down 4 percent from last year.
European markets were on edge on Friday as investors, economists and lawmakers await a raft of key regional economic data.
Russian President Vladimir Putin could be forging a “personal” army to deal with rising domestic tensions according to some analysts.
A vote in the U.K. on June 23 on whether to leave the European Union may prompt the Fed to remain on hold during its meeting a week earlier.
It's the stuff of sporting fairy tale, but Leicester City have won one of the most coveted championships in the world of soccer.
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