Major European markets slipped as Germany and Greece seemed unable to come to an early agreement on Greek debt. Markets are cautious ahead of U.S. inflation figures.
This open letter to Britain's finance minister George Osborne points out regulations Osborne says are hindering British business, which were introduced at Britain's behest.
European markets are torn between hopes the Fed will delay tightening and concerns that a solution to the Greek debt crisis may be impossible to find.
European markets were mixed Monday, torn between hopes that the U.S. Federal Reserve will delay raising interest rates and continuing pessimism over a solution to the Greek question.
European markets rise, as European Central Bank president Mario Draghi says has no plans to curb quantitative easing in the Eurozone, while sovereign bond yields are steadier.
European markets bounced back Friday as European Central Bank president Mario Draghi said he would maintain the bank's quantitative easing. SABMiller rose.
Dutch maker of high-class roadsters and racing vehicles Spyker gets creditors to agree to a close haircut.
Private equity firms Advent International and Bain Capital have held conversations with Lazard about Worldpay, a source close to Worldpay revealed on Wednesday.
Pharmaceuticals heavyweight Pfizer has taken a minority interest in Dutch kidney disease specialist AM-Pharma, plus the right to buy the biotech firm outright if it creates a successful new drug.
The company behind Wedgwood china and Waterford crystal changes hands for $437 million.