Citizens in the southern Philippines will vote Monday on a proposal to give the region greater autonomy, a move the central g...
The European Union requires all 28 member nations to maintain sound public finances, no matter their size or national challen...
ABN Amro Group NV’s chief executive officer is counting on the Dutch government to further sell down its majority stake this ...
Thousands of Greeks are prepared to march through the streets of Athens Sunday to protest a name deal with the neighboring Re...
Davos Man is richer than ever. A decade after the financial crisis poured flat champagne on the World Economic Forum, gold-co...
Zimbabwe’s police and military blamed violence during last week’s protest on men masquerading as soldiers in stolen military ...
Internet Gold-Golden Lines Ltd. jumped the most in five months after a New York based hedge fund offered to buy the company’s ...
When France and Germany sign a treaty on Tuesday in the historic border town of Aachen, it will be the culmination of 16 mont...
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu set off on Sunday for Chad, where he is expected to renew diplomatic ties as part o...
JPMorgan Chase & Co., one of the biggest arrangers of Gulf bond deals, expects sales to slip in 2019 from last year’s $78 bil...
Edcon Holdings Ltd., a debt-laden South African retail giant, reached a non-binding agreement with unidentified investors to ...
Democratic Republic of Congo opposition leader Martin Fayulu urged his supporters to protest a Constitutional Court ruling th...