World Sees Europe As 'Elderly And Haggard:' Pope Francis
November 25 2014 7:46 AM EST
Several secular groups within Europe had objected to a religious leader addressing the European parliament.
Private Consumption Helps Germany Avoid Recession In Q3
November 25 2014 4:02 AM EST
On the downside, equipment investment tumbled by 2.3 percent, while gross capital and construction investment also fell.
German Business Morale Rebounds In November
November 24 2014 6:29 AM EST
The German economy has been hit by a slowdown in key euro zone trading partners.
Sanctions Costing Russia $40B: Finance Minister
November 24 2014 6:08 AM EST
The fall in oil prices is also affecting the Russian economy significantly and led another official to call the sanctions "blackmail."
Disinflation A Worry Not Only For Europe But Also For The World
November 23 2014 9:47 AM EST
Alarm bells are ringing around the world despite the major central banks' highly accommodative monetary policies.
'We Realize The Malignity Of The Iron Curtain': Vladimir Putin
November 23 2014 8:25 AM EST
The Russian president says his country won’t be isolated as a result of economic sanctions over Ukraine.
Draghi Throws Door To QE Wide Open As Recovery Wanes
November 21 2014 5:29 AM EST
Draghi said there was now no sign of economic improvement in the months ahead.
Europe Car Sales Up, Thanks To Discounting
November 18 2014 11:00 AM EST
E.U. consumers bought a million cars last month, led by U.K. demand. Ford sales are up; GM's are down.
Pope Visit Sells Out Philadelphia Hotels
November 18 2014 8:55 AM EST
As many as 2 million Catholics are expected to travel to Philadelphia to see Pope Francis in September 2015.
Cameron Warns Of Impending Global Financial Crisis
November 17 2014 11:04 AM EST
The British prime minister sees a “dangerous backdrop of instability" that could lead to another global recession.
BoE Governor Suggests Curbs On Bankers' Fixed Pay
November 17 2014 6:00 AM EST
Mark Carney's remarks come just days after major global banks were fined over $3 billion for attempting to rig foreign exchange markets.
G-20 Aims To Boost Its GDP 2% By 2018
November 16 2014 10:27 AM EST
A European Union-U.S. free-trade agreement could be one factor in G-20 growth between now and then.
Eurozone Grows Faster Than Expected In Third Quarter
November 14 2014 7:44 AM EST
Year-on-year, euro zone growth was 0.8 percent in the third quarter, the same as in the second quarter.
Germany Avoids Recession, But Only Barely
November 14 2014 3:46 AM EST
A strong rise in consumer spending and small boost from foreign trade prevented a worse result.
Russia Buys 55 Metric Tons Of Gold To Brace Central Bank
November 13 2014 11:53 AM EST
Economic uncertainty in the face of plummeting oil prices and Western sanctions has Russia buying up even more than usual.
UK Wages Rise More Than Expected, Unemployment Rate Stays Unchanged
November 12 2014 5:04 AM EST
The Bank of England is keeping a close eye on labor costs as it considers when to start raising interest rates.
Big Banks Fined $3.4B In Forex Probe
November 12 2014 3:38 AM EST
The fines were imposed after a year-long investigation into allegations of rigging of forex markets between 2008 and 2013.
Russia To Build Nuclear Reactors In Iran
November 12 2014 12:29 AM EST
The deal comes amid ongoing negotiations between Iran and six world powers to hammer out a nuclear agreement before a Nov. 24 deadline.
EU To Discuss Russia Sanctions, Ukraine Support Next Week
November 11 2014 6:18 AM EST
Fighting between pro-Russian separatists and government forces in eastern Ukraine flared up again in the past week.
UK Hiring And Pay Growth Slow In October: Recruiters
November 07 2014 1:39 AM EST
Signs of a cooling in Britain's labor market will be noted by the BoE, which considers wage growth central to its decision on interest rates.