European shares closed at their lowest level in more than two years on Monday with investors concerned over the region's banks and slowing global growth.
Oil prices at new lows have hit the world's stock markets. A share sell off has investors braced for one of the worst monthly performances ever in January.
European and world stock markets fell following the news that Turkey had shot down a Russian warplane near the Syrian border, as investors became
Italy’s biggest sale of state assets in a decade failed initially to generate much excitement on the Milan stock exchange. The government’s disposal
European stocks fell again on Wednesday, amid worries of what looks like a Chinese market in free fall. In Frankfurt, the Dax lost 1.6 percent and in
European and US stocks rebounded on Tuesday despite the continued sell-off in China that saw the Shanghai Composite Index lose another 7.6 percent
European shares bounced back Tuesday lunchtime despite China’s main Shanghai Composite Index falling a further 7.6 percent by close of trading. In
Question: Paul in Brussels “A group of EU countries (1) are working on the introduction of a European tax on financial transactions. A first version
Crédit Agricole’s share price surged on word that the French bank is starting to pull out of Greece.
Three Greek lenders are said to have shown