""Whoever conducted the attacks, Russia ultimately bears responsibility for the victims in East Ghouta and countless other Syrians.""
US Secretary of State
"Brexit is going to be pretty bad for the UK but I also think it's going to be pretty bad for Europe"
""The concept of closing the doors to immigrants is repugnant to the concept of America.""
Governor of New York
""Russia I think could initiate hostilities sooner than we expect.""
General Sir Nick Carter
Chief of the General Staff, British Army
""These are useful skills in life, because you never know what you can expect.""
Student, Yevpatoria School
""There are still too many people who are left out of that recovery and acceleration of growth.""
IMF Managing Director
"Give up attempts to solve the existing problems by force."
Russian Foreign Minister
""Inequality is not inevitable, it's not like the weather. It's a policy choice.""
Oxfam’s head of policy on inequality.
Former Goldman Sachs banker, Steven Mnuchin has been sworn in as President Trump’s Treasury secretary.
Alibaba affiliate Ant Financial to buy US money-transfer company MoneyGram in what could be a game-changer for the international payments industry.
Premiership success may have eluded them in recent years, but that hasn’t stopped Manchester United topping football’s latest rich list.
Venezuela’s embattled President Nicolas Maduro has announced a 50 percent increase in the minimum wage in a bid to combat runaway inflation.
Can a cabinet reshuffle bring relief to recession-hit Argentina?
Greek finance ministry seems to take aim at country's lenders with annual Christmas card depicting Dickensian miser
Will the new banking regulations make our banks safer and be less of a burden to the taxpayer?
Euronews’ Maithreyi Seetharaman asked Valdis Dombrovskis, the European Commission Vice President for the Euro & Social Dialogue, Financial Stability, Financial Services & Capital Markets Union, if the
2016 has been quite the rollercoaster year for European banks, with elections, regulations and other surprises making investors nervous.
The European Central Bank's attempt to be more user friendly via #AskECB on Twitter brought serious questions, but a few pranksters as well.
The UK is the only major EU economy where average wages have failed to return to pre-crisis levels, new figures reveal.
JPMorgan Chase, Credit Agricole and HSBC have been fined a total of 485 million euros for their alleged role in a cartel to fix the price of Euribor interest…
Eurogroup agrees to a modicum of debt relief
There is some good news for Britain’s Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond ahead of his first Autumn Statement.
Germany's biggest lender, Deutsche Bank, has posted an unexpected quarterly net profit but CEO John Cryan say no settlement yet on US misselling fine.
Italy's Monte dei Paschi says its restructuring plan includes writing off bad loans, job cuts and raising five billion euros in new capital.
In 2015 more than a third of the world's new billionaires were created in China, as for the first time Asia overtook the United States.
Commerzbank has confirmed it will reduce its workforce by more than a fifth - cutting 9,600 jobs as it faces a slump in earnings.
Observers say it is a sign that a sweeping corruption investigation is closing in on the inner circle of the leftist Workers Party leadership, who ran the South American country for 13 years.
Janet Yellen, the head of the US central bank, has defended it against accusations from Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump saying: "The Federal Reserve is not politically compromised".