New president Christine Lagarde is expected to redefine the ECB’s main goal, but it is expected to leave its monetary policy on hold for now
Four people are missing and parts of Catalonia and the Balearic islands remain on alert
With most banks now adequately capitalised stress testing has become less frequent
Speaking at Davos, Trump uses the proposed European digital tax on US tech giants as leverage to impose tariffs on European vehicles
Trump's scathing assessment follows appeals by Greta Thunberg and Swiss president's emotional appeal to save the ailing planet
Power was cut for 90 minutes to world’s largest wholesale fresh food market by the energy branch of union CGT
The UK's leader wants Britain to be Africa's 'investment partner of choice'
The French president has tried to lure more investors to his country since he was economy minister in 2014
In the four years to 2018, violent attacks in Greece have risen 34.4%, with 66% of the victims being women
The new ECB president wants to listen to citizens, so the bank is ‘not just preaching the gospel that we think we master’
Oil pipeline blockage threatens the north African country's oil output
Some strategists are telling clients to brace for a 'ground-breaking peak decade' that will disrupt business and investing.
The UK government is speeding up plans for trade negotiations with the US, according to a report
The appointment of Mikhail Mishustin highlights the Putin system’s fundamental paradox — an antiquated, deeply corrupt model that values technocratic brilliance
The EU says it was assured by the Chinese that the deal would ‘in absolutely no way’ affect European businesses
Ukraine is also concerned about surveillance of US ambassador to Kiev Marie Yovanovitch after recent revelations by Lev Parnas