By George Georgiopoulos and Deepa Babington ATHENS (Reuters) - Greece emerged from a crippling six-year recession as early as the start of the year and has been growing ever s ..
Asia stocks dipped Friday following fresh signs of slowing Chinese growth, while crude oil hovered near a four-year low in an oversupplied market. ..
European stocks fell back on Friday and U.S. stocks looked set to open flat after a mixed bag of euro zone growth numbers that showed France and Germany growing marginally but ..
Pfizer appears unlikely to make a fresh bid for AstraZeneca in 12 days time, when an enforced cooling-off period ends, and the U.S. drugmaker is now weighing other less risky ..
New rules aimed at making derivatives markets safer and more transparent need tweaking to stop the $690 trillion global market splitting up, a top American regulator said on F ..
A tax deal the Netherlands cut with Starbucks Corp may be illegal state aid, European Union regulators said on Friday, part of a crackdown on members attracting investment by ..
Britain's anti-fraud agency will get any extra funds it needs to pursue a criminal investigation into alleged rigging of the $5.3 trillion-a-day currency market, a financ ..
Whether cheaper gas really helps consumers may show up in Friday's retail sales data as economists expect sales to have increased in October. ..
China's auto sales growth held steady in October after a long decline, while local brands regained market share from global rivals, an industry group reported Friday. Sales of ..
Euro zone economic growth was stronger than expected in the third quarter, preliminary data showed on Friday, as France beat market expectations and Germany steered clear of a ..