A handful of hard-right Republican lawmakers said on Monday they would oppose a deal to raise the United States' $31.4 trillion debt ceiling, Reuters reports.
Nestle said its guidance for this year was rather cautious given the uncertainties around rising costs.
SAP said on Thursday it has agreed to buy a majority stake in privately held U.S. fintech firm Taulia.
ASML, a key supplier to computer chip makers, reported better-than-expected fourth-quarter earnings and said it expected sales growth of 20% in 2022.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson's office apologized to Queen Elizabeth after it emerged that staff had partied on the eve of Prince Philip's funeral.
More evidence is emerging that the omicron coronavirus variant is affecting the upper respiratory tract, causing milder symptoms than previous variants, a WHO official has said.
The U.S. and Britain warned Russia over any new military aggression against Ukraine on Tuesday as NATO met to discuss Moscow's intentions.
Ryanair gave notice on Friday of its intention to delist from the London Stock Exchange next month.
Germany's energy regulator on Tuesday said the certification process for the controversial Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline under the Baltic Sea was suspended.
British police say an explosion outside a hospital that killed a man is being treated as a terrorist incident, but the motive remains unclear.
Russia's central bank increased its key interest rate to 7.5% on Friday, delivering its sixth hike this year amid the highest inflation since early 2016.
AstraZeneca's experimental antibody drug cocktail reduced the risk of severe disease and death in a late-stage study, the British drugmaker said on Monday.
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.