The UK continues to be attractive to foreign investors, who are ready to pour more money into the economy every year, despite Brexit.
One in seven EU companies with UK suppliers had moved part or all of their business out of Britain in advance of Brexit, according to a survey by the Chartered Institute of Procurement and Supply (CIPS) published on Tuesday.
The value of bitcoin may be down more than 50% from its highs in December but that doesn't stop Iceland from becoming one of the world's prime locations for energy-hungry cryptocurrency servers. Companies have flooded the Nordic island nation
Norway’s government plans to phase out fox and mink farms by 2025, making it the first Scandinavian country to take the step.
Zhejiang Geely Holding, China's leading privately owned automotive group, has bought an estimated $3.3 billion stakes in AB Volvo, a Swedish manufacturer of trucks, from Europe’s largest activist fund manager Cevian Capital.
Timber is making a comeback. Mjøstårnet, named after its neighbour and Norway’s largest lake, Mjøsa will be the world’s tallest timber building.
Ireland exported a higher value of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) services than any other nation last year, according to a report from the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD).
The Bank of England is expecting up to 75,000 job losses in financial services if the U.K. crashes out of the bloc in March 2019 without a deal the BBC reported on Tuesday.
The sovereign wealth fund of Norway, officially known as the Government Pension Fund of Norway and locally known as the oil fund, hit an unprecedented $1 trillion value on Tuesday.
A new report by the Danish Foreign Ministry predicts that Danish exports are set to increase 5.2 per cent this year and 4.5 percent next year.