German exports enjoyed their steepest monthly rise in four-and-half years in November and industrial production in Europe's biggest economy rose.
Italian shipyard Fincantieri has been approved as the preferred bidder for cruise-ship builder STX France, but politics could yet scupper the deal.
British and Irish manufacturing grew at a fast pace in December, showing little effect from the Brexit vote.
As Republican celebrations continue in the US, analysts are attempting to understand how the electoral landscape has changed.
Many businesses believe Turkey’s strategic location at the crossroads of Europe and Central Asia, and its skilled workforce is a winning formula.
Moldova - Europe's poorest country - is rich in grapes and plans to build on that to earn much needed foreign currency through wine sales.
Ratan Tata returns to head India's biggest conglomerate as Cyrus Mistry - his replacement just four years ago - is removed with no reason given.
The French government has moved to preserve Alstom jobs by ordering 21 high speed trains even without high speed lines for them to run on.
Saudia Arabia has softened its stance on Iran pumping more oil, but an OPEC deal to freeze output remains elusive.
More than 150 flights to and from Rome’s international Fiumicino airport were cancelled on Thursday (September 22) because of strike action.
The world’s biggest nickel producer has admitted that one of its plants was responsible for a river in the Russian Arctic turning red.
A collection of stories of Ukrainians who have started inspiring social and business projects in the eastern Donbas region, in the hope that development will help bring peace to a land now in its thir
LEGO is blaming a lack of production capacity for a decline in revenue growth and profits in the first half of the year, addressing that with big investment plans.
A freeze of oil output by major producers is looking more likely as Saudi Arabia signals a change in approach ahead of an OPEC meeting in Algeria later this month.
German factory orders unexpectedly fell in June as demand from eurozone countries plunged by 8.5 percent compared to May.
Economic activity in the eurozone fell less than expected in July, but was still at its lowest since the start of 2015. The Brexit effect was not as bad as economists had feared.
There was an unexpected fall in exports from Germany in May and imports barely rose, further indicators of slowing growth in Europe's largest economy.
Tourism jobs boosted the number of people in work in Spain in June. The total of registered unemployed fell to its lowest level since September 2009.
Probably no one could argue that a circular economy is what we need in the future.
Oil prices have hit their highest in 10 months due to a fall in stockpiles in the United States and supply disruptions in Canada, Nigeria, Venezuela and Libya.
Brazil's economy shrank for the fifth straight quarter between January and March. Agriculture, industry and services all declined amid a political crisis and sweeping bribery scandal.
Eurozone factory activity remained stagnant in May despite more price cuts. German production hit a four-month high, French manufacturing activity contracted again.
German industrial output was down by 1.3 percent in March but still strong for the period from January to March.
German industrial orders rose more than expected in March with a strong jump in demand from countries beyond the eurozone.
Medical equipment and technology firm Philips says it will sell a stake of at least 25 percent of its lighting division in an initial public offering of shares.