UK gross domestic product growth for the final quarter of 2017 was revised down as the Office for National Statistics published its second estimate on Thursday.
German business confidence deteriorated more than expected in February, according to a widely-followed survey released on Thursday.
Britain’s relationship with Europe supports trade with the rest of the world and those who say the UK must decide between the two options present a false choice, the head of the CBI will tell business leaders.
Continuing the series of banks reporting this week, Barclays results on Thursday come alongside those from Anglo American, BAE Systems, British American Tobacco, Centrica, Playtech, RSA Insurance and Serco.
The UK wants to extend the Brexit transition period to the European Union, according to reports on Wednesday.
Activity in the US manufacturing and services industries grew more than expected in February, according to preliminary data released on Wednesday.
The UK's budget surplus widened further at the start of the year, with economists optimistic that Westminster was set to overshoot its own targets for fiscal consolidation.
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro used his Twitter account on Tuesday to announce that the country has made $735m from the sale of its new cryptocurrency on the first day.
Breakthroughs in artificial intelligence technology could be used maliciously, boosting cybercrime by means of political threats, physical attacks and data corruption, according to researchers at Cambridge University.
The European Commission handed out a total of €546m in fines to car shipping and parts suppliers for anti-competitive behaviour in three separate decisions, with all companies acknowledging their involvement in the cartels and agreeing to settle the cases.
A deal to cut trade barriers in some of Asia-Pacific’s most advanced economies took a big step forward on Wednesday with the release of its final version.
UK unemployment increased unexpectedly at the end of last year but wage data was mixed, which may stoke some further speculation about the Bank of England's likely path for interest rate hikes.
Business growth in the eurozone slowed more than expected this month, according to data released on Wednesday, although it remains firm overall.
The US Treasury auctioned $28bn in two-year notes at a yield of 2. 255%, attracting a bid-to-cover ratio - an indication of how many times it was oversubscribed - of 2. 72.
Several directors of GlaxoSmithKline offloaded shares in the healthcare giant on Tuesday in order to meet certain tax liabilities.
The Balearic Islands regional government has fined Airbnb €300,000 for advertising homes whose owners didn't hold a licence for vacation rentals, a legal requirement since August 2017.
Mike Pence has called on the US Congress to reach an agreement on immigration reform and funding for an extension of the border wall with Mexico just days after lawmakers' latest attempt at reaching a deal fell through, leaving the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program ever so close to expiring on 5 March.
Wednesday is a big and busy day for macro news, with crucial UK labour market data, initial Eurozone purchasing managers' surveys and a closely watched set of FOMC minutes, plus corporate results from Lloyds Banking Group, Glencore and Barratt Developments.
A Spanish government auction of 30-year bonds has been met with a flood of demand.
The European Parliament wants the EU to soften its stance on Brexit and negotiate an agreement that would give the UK special access to the single market, according to a report.