A survey of company CEOs in Britain suggests that a majority is considering moving some business away from the UK amid concerns about the country's future outside the European Union.
An aircraft flies over Frankfurt, leaving contrails above the cloud early Monday, Sept. 26.
Stock markets slumped Monday, extending a pre-weekend drop that followed a Fed-inspired rally, while a crash in the share price of Deutsche Bank offset a surge in German business confidence.
The European Union's executive body was accused Thursday of failing to properly check the business interests of its top officials after leaked documents showed its former competition chief was a director of an offshore company based in the Bahamas.
European stocks slid Friday as investors paused for breath following a global rally after U.S. and Japanese central banks kept their easy-money policies in place.
After a lackluster recovery from the 2008 financial crisis, Denmark's central bank has warned that the labor market faces a squeeze as unemployment falls, the population ages and young people shun vocational jobs.
British Prime Minister Theresa May met Monday with Wall Street finance leaders to discuss the consequences of the Brexit vote, according to two people familiar with the matter said.
The European Central Bank (ECB) must not allow low interest rates and monetary stimulus to last indefinitely, the head of Germany's Bundesbank (central bank) said on Monday.
In a centuries-old castle in the middle of their fractious continent, European Union leaders on Friday anxiously sought to forge a sense of common purpose in the face of the planned departure of Britain and fundamental disagreements over everything from uncontrolled migration to the economy.
European stocks markets retreated on Friday, with shares in Deutsche Bank slumping as U.S. authorities hunted down Germany's biggest lender over a record fine.