Friday, September 26, 2014
Britain on Thursday said new powers to punish rigging of Libor interest rates with criminal sanctions should be extended for seven major benchmarks, drawing in oil, gold and currency markets.
Thursday, September 25, 2014
Germany's Ifo business confidence indicator fell to its lowest level in 17 months in September, data showed on Wednesday, as Europe's biggest economy increasingly feels the chill from geopolitical crises.
The Warsaw stock exchange, central Europe's leading market, said Tuesday it had decided to put the brakes on a possible merger with its Vienna-based counterpart.
Wednesday, September 24, 2014
European equities slid on Tuesday as news of a sharp slowdown in eurozone business activity stoked fears over the timid economic recovery.
Tuesday, September 23, 2014
Air France pilots on Monday rejected a last-ditch management attempt to end the longest strike at the airline since 1998 that is costing up to 20 million euros (US$25.7 million) every day.
Britain's Royal Mint on Monday launched an online gold and silver coin trading service and said purchases could be stored under 24-hour military protection in its vault or delivered to your door.
Monday, September 22, 2014
With the eurozone's moribund economy once more sparking global fears, the region's cash-strapped leaders are now hoping the EU's investment bank can pull the bloc out of the doldrums.
Friday, September 19, 2014
The European Central Bank (ECB) has launched a new stimulus program aimed at getting banks to lend more
Russia's economy will contract next year as a result of the crisis with Ukraine, the EBRD development bank forecast on Thursday after slashing its prediction for growth.
The European Union's highest court says airlines are allowed to charge passengers an extra fee for checking in luggage.