"Thanks for the congrats, everyone! Much love to my #InsecureHBO family & congrats to the other nominees! #GoldenGlobes"
Star of TV's "Insecure"
"Nationalism, the oldest and worst European disease. How can it possibly creep back into our present tense?"
"While drug lord Cabello gets rich & dictator @NicolasMaduro consolidates power the elderly suffer in #Venezuela"
Republican US Senator for Florida
"For now, as frustrating as it might be, smugglers are winning. Winning bigger, in fact, and to the migrants’ expenses."
University of Cambridge
"‘We must not turn away from #Rohingya refugees’"
Actress, director and campaigner
"Chavism deflects its responsibility onto other people."
Director, Foro Penal Venezolano
"What are the leaders of Sweden, Germany and the EU Parliament doing to protect Europeans?"
German Finance minister bids farewell to his EU colleagues
French Prime Minister Edouard Philippe told an international finance forum in Paris on Tuesday that he wants to see the city become "Europe's new number one financial hub after Brexit."
The head of what was once the world's biggest bitcoin exchange stands trial in Tokyo on charges of embezzlement and data manipulation. He denies any wrongdoing.
A hugely lucrative London business could be living on borrowed time because of Brexit.
The European Union plans to give itself powers to move euro
This is the Brief from Brussels, a roundup of the top stories from the EU’s de facto political capital.
Following Santander's last minute rescue of Spain's Banco Popular, European authorities have stepped in to avert a collapse.
Portugal is no longer in breach of the EU’s budget rules, officials say, which cap a country’s deficit at three percent of gdp.
The British government has sold its last remaining stake in bailed out Lloyds Banking Group claiming to have made a profit, but that is disputed.
Turkish authorities detain dozens suspected of involvement in last July's failed coup attempt, following which thousands were taken into custody.
The Czech Prime Minister has made an about turn in his battle to remove his finance minister.
Banks working from London are starting to announce their plans for when Britain leaves the EU, including moving staff to places like Frankfurt.
by Howard Davies
Brexit has set a hungry cat among the financial pigeons of the City of London. No one yet knows what kind of access to the European
Ukraine's Central Bank governor Valeria Gontareva has resigned in a blow to reform plans for its battered corruption-plagued economy.
The Brexit battle lines have been further drawn after German politician Manfred Weber warned that the City of London stands to lose its leading role in euro-denominated business after the UK leaves th
London wary of want away business post- Brexit
Bank of England calls for Article 50 stress tests
Oxfam concluded that 20 major European banks make a quarter of their profits, or 25 billion euros in low tax jurisdictions.
European Union finance ministers have been discussing Brexit, prepared to defend the members states' interests during divorce negotiations.
G20 finance chiefs meeting in Germany on Saturday have failed to renew a pledge to bolster free trade.
Faced with Trump's threats, world financial leaders are seeking a common stance on trade and rejecting protectionism at the G20 meeting in Germany.