LONDON Prime Minister Theresa May met with senior members of her ministerial team on Monday to discuss their response to European Union demands for more detail on how much Britain is willing to pay as part of its Brexit divorce package.
BRUSSELS The European Union's top court said on Monday Poland would be fined 100,000 euros ($117,000) a day if it did not stop large-scale logging in the Bialowieza forest, a UNESCO World Heritage site.
BRUSSELS Amsterdam and Paris won the right to host two EU agencies that must leave London because of Brexit after an extraordinary ministerial meeting in Brussels that left both results decided by drawing lots from a fishbowl. | Video
BRUSSELS Was it the most fateful fishbowl in the history of the European Union?
BELFAST The head of the Democratic Unionist Party said on Monday Northern Ireland would leave the EU on the same terms as the rest of the United Kingdom, rebuffing a suggestion from the bloc that the region remain subject to some of its rules.
LONDON A booming financial services industry has reshaped London's skyline over the past 20 years, with gleaming towers dubbed the "Cheesegrater" and the "Walkie Talkie" testament to its impact. | Video
British ship insurer North is setting up a subsidiary in Dublin, joining a growing list of insurers setting up regulated European Union operations in case Britain does not have access to the single market after Brexit.
LONDON In a former bank building just across from the Bank of England in the City of London, the glass-domed 1 Lombard Street restaurant offers a taste of the financial district's mood. | Video
LONDON Will Britain's decision to leave the European Union in 2019 damage one of its most successful industries? | Video
PARIS French President Emmanuel Macron on Monday hailed his EU peers' decision to relocate the European Banking Agency (EBA) to Paris after Brexit as proof of the country's attractiveness and a reward for its pro-Europe efforts.
NEW YORK Global equities markets advanced on Monday as confidence over economic growth around the world helped investors brush off concerns about the collapse of government coalition talks in Germany, which sent the euro lower against the U.S. dollar.
PARIS France's fourth-biggest listed bank Natixis aims to grow revenue by five percent annually over the next three years and to return more than 60 percent of its earnings to investors, it said on Sunday ahead of an investor day.
ROME Italy's anti-establishment 5-Star Movement pummeled a center-right coalition to govern Ostia, one of Rome's largest neighborhoods, in a run-off vote that confirms the 5-Star's strength months away from a national election.