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While the rest of the world wonders whether the U.K. will vote to leave the European Union, one group is confident it will not.
The Bank of England's monetary policy committee voted unanimously to keep interest rates at a record low of 0.5 per cent.
New research shows a Brexit could dent mergers and acquisitions and lead to talented financial professionals leaving the City.
The main locations of wreckage from MH804 have been identified, in the race to find the crashed jet's black boxes before they expire.
Foreign investors' perception of the Russian economy has improved, the Bank of Russia's governor told CNBC.
Leading European entrepreneurs, including the founders of Skype and Lastminute.com, have called for a "single startup market."
Prince William has been photographed for Attitude and is the first member of the royal family to appear on the cover of a LGBT+ publication.
Britain's unemployment rate dipped to its lowest level in over a decade and pay growth rose, showing the labour market was holding up.
Jeffrey Gundlach said Britain would likely not exit the EU, despite the "leave" campaign leading in recent polls ahead of the June 23 referendum.
Across the City, workers are staying put as uncertainty around the vote brings hiring to a halt - in spite of a general trend for abysmal bonuses.
By telling us that success is entirely contingent on EU membership, Osborne seems to have got rather carried away in his bid to stop a Brexit.
Emerging markets might not have much to fear after a Brexit vote in the U.K., according to a strategist at BNP Paribas.
Russia’s elite will descend on St. Petersburg this week for the country’s flagship economic summit at a time of heightened uncertainty.
Portugal hopes the U.K. chooses to remain within the European Union, the Portuguese economy minister told CNBC.
Germany may make the most noise about low interest rate policies, but new research by the ECB claims Italians have been harder hit than Germans.
The hackers have had access to the group's communications and databases since at least last summer, NBC News reports.
U.S. and foreign investors have woken up to the fact that a Brexit could become a reality.
The European Central Bank would pledge to backstop financial markets in tandem with the Bank of England should Britain vote to leave the EU.
Jobandtalent, a start-up that matches you to a job via an app, has raised $42 million in a round led by the Skype founder's VC fund.
A Brexit would hammer investment in the U.K and Europe for years, JPMorgan's investment banking boss Daniel Pinto said.
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It does not help that the U.K.'s parliament will have to vote on whatever Brexit deal Britain strikes with the European Union, Xavier Bettel says.
The European Central Bank’s monetary policy will guide inflation toward its targets, ECB President Mario Draghi said.
The European Central Bank has not changed its language when it comes to its monetary policy stance, ECB President Mario Draghi said.