Europe's economy is on a roll — raising the question of exactly when the European Central Bank will end its extraordinary stimulus efforts.
New regulations to protect investors, improve market transparency and honesty and prevent another financial crisis went into effect on Wednesday in Europe.
Two people have died from fireworks injuries during New Year celebrations in Germany but the country avoided a repeat of the mass groping in Cologne in 2016 amid heightened security and efforts to protect women from sexual harassment.
The economy of the 19 countries that use the euro currency is growing ever stronger, and it's time for the European Central Bank to start telling the public how it will phase out its extraordinary stimulus measures.
German automakers stressed their low-emission credentials at the Frankfurt auto show this week, displaying a range of battery-powered cars.
President Donald Trump was on the fringes at the Group of 20 summit — in the leaders' group photo, that is.
Competing visions of world trade are set to collide head-on at the Group of 20 summit of world leaders in Hamburg, Germany, this week.
Sharp moves in bond and foreign exchange markets have underlined the challenge that Europe's top central bankers face as they prepare investors for the day when they will start to phase out policies that have supported the economy through financial crises and political uncertainty.
A wide-ranging survey shows that public approval of the European Union has rebounded strongly compared with a year ago but that many people nonetheless think their own national governments — and not the EU — should have the say over trade and immigration.
President Donald Trump keeps criticizing Germany's trade surplus with the United States.
A source at the Group of Seven summit says the seven wealthy democracies have reached a deal to give the Trump administration time to tell them whether the United States plans to stay in the Paris climate agreement.