A quarter of a century after the fall of the Soviet Union, Russia is finally set to pay off all the foreign debt it inherited from the vanished Communist empire.
EU fishing fleets are increasingly anxious about their future access to teeming British waters as Britain prepares to trigger the two-year countdown to its exit from the bloc.
Consumers in Germany are more confident about the economy and keen to spend money, but concerned about the impact of inflation on their incomes, a closely watched survey showed Thursday.
European markets sank Wednesday, tracking a U.S. and Asian sell-off as the Trump-fueled surge stumbled on doubts over his ability to fire up the world's biggest economy.
The world's biggest watch fair will open in Switzerland this week, even as slumping exports of luxury Swiss timepieces appear to dash hopes of a market rebound.
Bucking a trend set by its European peers to divest from coal, the Czech energy group EPH is buying coal-fired power plants across the continent to the dismay of environmentalists lobbying for a phase-out of fossil fuels.
Europe's stock markets rallied Thursday, with London striking a new record high, after the Federal Reserve painted a positive picture of the world's largest economy.
The harp-shaped Beckett Bridge provides an architectural focal point for Dublin's rapidly expanding financial services district in this image taken Thursday, March 9.
The Bank of England announced Tuesday that its newly-appointed deputy governor, Charlotte Hogg, has resigned after failing to declare that her brother worked for commercial banking giant Barclays.
Visitors gather at the booths of the different car manufacturers, during the first weekend of the 87th Geneva International Motor Show in Geneva, Switzerland, on Saturday, March 11.