US stocks opened higher on Tuesday as China stepped in to stabilise the yuan, a day after Wall Street's main indexes racked up their steepest one-day percentage fall of the year.
China on Friday said it would not be blackmailed and warned of retaliation after US President Donald Trump vowed to slap a 10% tariff on 270 billion euros ($300 billion) of Chinese imports from next month, sharply escalating a trade row between the world's biggest economies.
Brexit uncertainties are becoming "more entrenched" and increasingly weighing on the British economy less than three months before the country is scheduled to leave the European Union, the Bank of England said Thursday.
According to the preliminary Eurostat data Eurozone GDP grew 0.2% quarter-on-quarter in the April-June period, down from 0.4% in the previous three months.
US-China trade talks resumed in Shanghai amid low expectations for a breakthrough.
Capital One Financial Corp said on Monday that personal information including names and addresses of about 100 million individuals in the United States and 6 million people in Canada were obtained by a hacker who has been arrested.
UK Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab said that on the EU side the UK saw a 'stubborn' position and Britain might end up leaving on WTO terms.
Europe's largest low-cost carrier reported post-tax profit down 21% year on year at 243 million euros.
French carmaker Renault cuts 2019 revenue outlook
U.S. lawmakers grill E-cigarette maker Juul over efforts targeted at schoolchildren
The European Central Bank kept interest rates unchanged at the meeting in Frankfurt with the main refinancing rate remaining at zero and the deposit rate at minus 0.4%.
Portuguese cabin crew working for Ryanair are planning on carrying out a strike next month over pay and working conditions.
"The campaign is over and the work begins," - declared Boris Johnson, promising to energise the country.
How will he 'energise' the economy, which has fallen from the top to the bottom of the league of G7 leading economies since the Brexit vote?
British Airways loses legal bid to halt pilot strikes; plans to appeal
Trump tells France's Macron U.S. concerned with proposed digital services tax
The governor of the Bank of England, Mark Carney, is unlikely to succeed Christine Lagarde as the boss of the International Monetary Fund.
The G7 finance ministers and central bank governors agreed that large tech companies such as Google, Amazon, Facebook or Apple can be taxed in the countries in which they make money, even without being physically present there.