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After May Brexit opening, EU leaders ask: where’s the beef?

BRUSSELS — British Prime Minister Theresa May’s show of goodwill at the European Union s...

China a big buyer of German machine tools

CHINA placed orders totaling 2 billion euros (US$2.2 billion) for German machine tool producers last...

European Central Bank seeks power over key financial sector

FRANKFURT — The European Central Bank is asking for legal powers to oversee how transactions i...

The Latest: French president meets central European leaders

BRUSSELS — The Latest on the European Union summit (all times local): 9:30 a.m. French Preside...

The pain and gain of Brexit vote: British economy a year on

LONDON — Few events outside of war can have quite as much impact on the economy of a country a...

Exclusive: Cheap and easy offshore FX brokerage? Not anymore….

FinanceFeeds - In most respects, the strengthening of regulatory and infrastructural requirements wi...

Norwegian Air CEO Is More Worried About UK Passenger Taxes Than Brexit

Although Gatwick is strategically important for Norwegian, its multiple subsidiaries' model means th...

Surf Air’s Subscription-Based Business Takes Off in Europe

For just over $2,220 a month, customers can fly unlimited times within Europe

Theresa May Offers Hope for E.U. Citizens After Brexit, Winning Guarded Praise

Britain's Prime Minister said the fate of E.U. citizens will be a top priority in Brexit negotiation...

Oil stabilises while global markets plateau

There was little movement in global indices overnight. While the oil price stabilised and made a sli...

Alphabet Leads London-Based Blockchain’s $40 Million Funding Round

It's the largest financial technology funding round since Britain voted for Brexit last year.

Banks see electric car industry revving up and ushering in an energy fortune

Banks are betting on an energy fortune from the electric car industry. And the frantic race is on as...

Fund manager Q&A: Global infrastructure funds

The prospect of a big federal government ramp-up in infrastructure spending has helped lift shares i...

Oil, Warren Buffett’s Home Capital investment help spur rally in Canadian dollar

The loonie rose 0.8 per cent to C$1.3233 against the U.S. dollar in Toronto, the top performer among...

Emmanuel Macron’s government is off to a floppy start

IT SHOULD have been a triumphant moment. Together with its allies, La République en Marche! (LRM), ...

A split over refugees has left the Dutch with no government

LIKE most things Dutch, the asylum-seekers’ centre in Rijswijk, a suburb of The Hague, is clean, r...

AT&T Still Doesn’t Know the DOJ’s Final Conditions for Its Time Warner Bid

The No. 2 U.S. wireless carrier still needs some foreign approvals.

Klarna, a Swedish fintech unicorn, gets a full banking licence

BANKS moan incessantly about over- regulation. Yet their banking licences come with perks: in most p...

Why nationalists are so bad at foreign policy

NATIONALIST politicians come in many varieties, from blustering to downright scary, but most share a...