Europe

The FINANCIAL -- The Eurozone recovery is expected to gain momentum gradually after near-stagnation in the first six months of the year. GDP will grow by 0.9% this year, before picking up to 1.5% in 2015 and 1.7% in 2016. After two years of falling output, the recovery is welcome, but the pace of growth will remain substantially lower than the pre-crisis average of 2.3% a year in 1997 through ...

The FINANCIAL -- Leading City figures gathered for the twelfth annual Lloyd’s City Dinner, hosted by Chairman John Nelson and featuring guest speaker Sir Michael Rake, President of The ...

The FINANCIAL -- Brussels - The commission's report highlighted a sharp increase in the number of detained articles that would be potentially dangerous to the health and safety of consumers. They ...

The FINANCIAL -- A majority of people in Germany, France and Britain feel they are creative. 65 percent of French people, 70 percent of Germans and 72 percent of Britons describe themselves as ...

The FINANCIAL -- The slow economic recovery in Europe hasn’t delivered as much positivity as consumers had expected, keeping optimism in short supply. Consumers remain cautious, and the economic ...

The FINANCIAL -- The EBRD has cut its 2014 economic forecasts for south-eastern Europe as a result of major flood damage in the region and stresses in the Bulgarian banking sector, according to ...

The FINANCIAL -- Turkey's progress towards economic rebalancing may become more challenging for the remainder of 2014, despite the success of policy adjustments made earlier in the year, says Fitch ...