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From governments to first-time buyers, the acute housing shortage in capital and gateway cities is a real and worsening problem.
Almost 300 institutional investors file a suit against the carmaker for what they see as breaches of its capital markets duty.
Central banks are hoping negative rates will boost lending, but the policies may have an unintended effect, according to BlackRock.
The rift is festering and could, in the worst case, escalate as Russia and Turkey jockey to protect their vital interests in war-torn Syria.
A team led by a 15-year-old British teenager has scooped up $250,000 after winning a major drone-racing tournament this weekend.
HBO has partnered with the International Rescue Committee to launch the “Rescue Has No Boundaries” campaign, to raise money for the refugee crisis.
After the ECB's bumper stimulus package last week, investors will be closely following central bank speak this week, with five major policy decisions expected.
Attacks in Ivory Coast by al-Qaeda linked militants is seen by some experts as an attempt to scare off western investment in the region
The UN human rights office in Moscow is set to close, according to reports, in a move that one analyst says is warning shot to political opposition.
The global shipping industry continues to fall victim to weakening demand with freight rates on some routes hitting all-time lows.
President Barack Obama is to visit the U.K. in April to try to persuade Brits to vote to stay in the EU, according to The Independent on Sunday.
A British breakaway from the EU this summer will do little damage the country's business ties with the rest of the world, according to a new survey.
The German chancellor suffered one of her largest political setbacks this weekend after her party, the CDU, saw losses in regional elections.
A car bombing in Turkey's capital has killed at least 37 people, the second such attack in the area in less than a month.
Norway's $830 billion oil fund has severed ties with Pimco, the bond house, and BTG Pactual, the Brazilian bank, the FT reports.
British finance minister George Osborne said on Sunday he would announce further cuts to public spending this week.
Merkel's migrant-friendly policies face a first major test this weekend, with voters expected to punish the German Chancellor in regional elections.
A stamp originally worth just one penny has sold for £495,000 pounds ($707,000) to a private buyer.
As investors digested the ECB's new stimulus package, some are suggesting Draghi has shelved plans to drive the euro lower for the time being.
Indian drinks billionaire and MP Vijay Mallya had denied via Twitter that he fled India amid mounting pressures to repay debts.
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