German industrial orders unexpectedly surged in July, hitting a post-reunification high and pointing to a solid start to the second half.
Britain's economy grew by a faster-than expected 1.0% in June, boosted by the huge services sector.
Rebranded asset manager abrdn posted a 77% jump in first-half profits on Tuesday, despite it posting a net drop in assets under management.
An Israeli-owned merchant ship reportedly came under attack off the coast of Oman in the Arabian Sea, the British military said Friday.
Global staffing group Randstad on Tuesday reported second-quarter core earnings and revenue growth ahead of market expectations.
The number of employees on British company payrolls surged by 356,000 in June from May, the biggest increase since the start of the coronavirus pandemic.
An investigation showed a clamp, intentionally placed on the brake as a patchwork repair, prevented the brake from engaging after the lead cable snapped.
A wooden sculpture of U.S. first lady Melania Trump was torched near her hometown of Sevnica, Slovenia, on the night of July Fourth.
The Italian government approved a package of measures on Tuesday aimed at cutting the complicated red tape that has long been blamed for crimping growth in the euro zone's third-largest economy.
The lender made the announcement as it appointed industry veteran Robin Budenberg as its new chairman.
Boeing Co and suppliers set the final number of parts it would need for the 747 jumbo jet program at least a year ago, signaling the end for a plane that democratized global air travel in the 1970s but fell behind modern twin-engine aircraft.
President Donald Trump on Saturday signed into law a temporary extension of a subsidy program for small businesses affected by coronavirus.
The Berlin-based company, which runs platforms for food delivery in 44 countries, said second-quarter orders rose 94% compared to a year earlier.
Sainsbury's, Britain's second biggest supermarket chain, said underlying retail sales soared 8.2% year-on-year in its first quarter to June 27.
British asset manager Standard Life Aberdeen said on Tuesday that Keith Skeoch would step down as chief executive and be replaced by former Citi executive Stephen Bird after five years at the helm.
BP will sell its global petrochemicals business to billionaire Jim Ratcliffe's Ineos for $5 billion, the oil major said on Monday.
Britain's Royal Mail laid out restructuring plans on Thursday that will affect around 2,000 management roles and see it save 130 million pounds in staffing costs next year.
The Swiss National Bank renewed its commitment to an ultra-expansive monetary policy, saying its unconventional measures will help Switzerland deal with its sharpest recession in decades.
The British drugmaker has already begun human trials of the vaccine developed by the University of Oxford, with a phase I trial in Britain due to end soon.