Clash looms on Brexit as EU leaders spurn Cameron’s go-slow
EU leaders want to avoid a long period of uncertainty and show they are responding to citizens’ concerns.
Brexit’s implications for Yellen’s Fed come with a timeline
The fallout from Brexit could delay the Federal Reserve's plan to increase interest rates in coming months.
Revenge Would Be the Wrong EU Response to U.K. Exit
As predicted during the campaign, the EU vote casts a long shadow over the U.K. economic outlook.
EU seeks to shame tax-free riders with business disclosures
About 6,500 companies with EU operations would be required to make public taxes paid to havens on a future blacklist.
Greece Is No Lehman Brothers to European Markets
For all the angst-ridden headlines about Greece, markets are saying this is no repeat of the debt crisis that peaked four years ago.
Fired obese workers can sue for discrimination, European court says
The disability ruling may apply mainly to workers with a BMI over 40.
Most European life insurers satisfy Solvency II capital standard
Starting in 2016, the European Union plans to introduce risk-based capital requirements known as Solvency II.
Eurozone markets are a mixed bag
The winners and losers in Europe's markets right now might surprise you.
Ireland sells Irish Life to Canada's Lifeco
Ireland agreed Tuesday to sell the country's largest insurance company, Irish Life, to Great-West Lifeco of Canada.
S&P Downgrades Hungary to Junk After It Defies IMF and EU
Hungary was downgraded to junk for the second time in a month, this time by S&P, after Moody's took a similar action previously, but markets reacted little to the news.