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The ECB has formally started its corporate sector purchase program (CSPP), a move announced by President Mario Draghi in March.
Sainsbury's, Britain's second biggest supermarket, on Wednesday reported a drop in quarterly underlying sales and cautioned that market conditions remained challenging.
China's slow progress in opening up its economy to foreign business has prompted European companies to re-evaluate their operations in the country.
Societe Generale fired former trader Jerome Kerviel without real and serious cause, a French labour court ruled, ordering the bank to pay him $510,255.
'Clothing-optional' pop-up restaurant is opening in London for three months, and there are already over 40,000 people on the waiting list.
British graffiti artist Bansky has painted a new mural - this time on the wall of a U.K. classroom. It shows a girl chasing a flaming tire.
Shell has said that it will respond to a "changing landscape" by "re-shaping" the company with a plan to grow free cash flow and returns.
Currency markets in turmoil with sterling fluctuating on the release of each new voter survey on whether the UK should stay or leave the EU.
The euro zone economy grew by the highest rate for 12 months, supported by household spending and private sector investment.
Burberry paid its chief executive 75 percent less last year than in the 2014-15 period after the British luxury brand failed to meet its profit target.
The former London mayor rejected claims by the JPMorgan Chase CEO that the U.K.'s exit from the EU would cost jobs.
CNBC highlight what you really need to know about one of the most lucrative property markets in the world.
The French government is tackling floods, continuous strikes and now terrorist threats at the start of one of the most important sports tournaments of the year.
An Elon Musk tweet suggests Norway may have just given Tesla Motors a big win.
Italians vote on Sunday to choose mayors of the largest cities in elections that will test the popularity of Prime Minister Matteo Renzi.
Finland lost its last top-grade credit rating on Friday as Moody's downgraded it to Aa1 with a stable outlook.
Boris Johnson denounced comments made by GOP contender Donald Trump who has called for a temporary U.S. ban on Muslims.
Swiss voters rejected by a wide margin on Sunday a proposal to introduce a guaranteed basic income for everyone living in the wealthy country.
European Central Bank council member Ewald Nowotny says he's not concerned about inflation remaining well below target until 2018.
A gender pay gap is emerging in the amount of pocket money UK parents give their kids. It seems boys receive significantly more than girls.
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London’s long been the banking capital of Europe, with the financial services sector employing 1.1 million people in the U.K. in 2016. CNBC's Silvia Amaro reports on which cities are trying to steal London's title.
Ralf Stegner, deputy leader of Germany's SPD, explains what the liberal party wants from coalition talks.
Christyan Malek, European oil and gas analyst at JPMorgan, speaks about oil demand in the coming year.