Tuesday, September 1, 2015
Protesting French seamen ended their blockade of the northern port of Calais in the early hours of Monday, after stranding thousands of cross-Channel ferry passengers on a busy bank holiday weekend in Britain.
Inflation in the 19-country eurozone was unchanged at 0.2 percent in August, official data showed Monday, slightly higher than analysts expected.
Scotland's Faslane naval base is to receive £500 million (US$770 million) in investment over 10 years, the British government announced on Sunday.
Russian oil giant Rosneft on Monday said its net profit fell by 22 percent in the second quarter from a year earlier, a stronger result than expected as the weak ruble partly offset falling oil prices.
Friday, August 28, 2015
French oil giant Total announced Thursday it had agreed to sell a North Sea gas terminal and two pipelines in a deal worth over US$900 million in a move to help offset falling oil prices.
Thursday, August 27, 2015
Swiss watchmakers are facing turbulent times in one of their top markets, as the already shrinking luxury sales in mainland China are compounded by the recent devaluation of the yuan.
Portugal's center-right government is citing a jump in tax revenue as evidence the economy is growing and proof that its crackdown on tax evasion is working.
Wednesday, August 26, 2015
People found working illegally in England and Wales face up to six months in prison and could have their wages seized under proposals announced by the British government on Tuesday.
Unions representing London's Underground staff on Monday called off two 24-hour strikes planned for this week, which threatened more chaos for commuters already hit by walkouts over plans for night services.
German economic growth picked up in the second quarter of 2015, and the public finances of Europe's economic powerhouse were firmly in the black in the first half, data showed on Tuesday.