A Venezuelan police helicopter attacked the country's supreme court building with grenades in what President Nicolas Maduro described as a "terrorist attack".
The cost of living in Italy saw a large and unexpected drop in June, leading some economists to mark down their forecasts for euro-area wide data which were set for release at the end of the same week.
Lending activity within the euro area expanded at a steady pace last month with a slight improvement in a key gauge, official data revealed.
Republicans in the US Senate have delayed a crucial vote on the introduction of healthcare reforms in the country, as some within the party threatened to revolt against the legislation.
It's not the tight time for a hike in Bank Rate, the Deputy Governor for Financial Stability said.
French consumer spirits were buoyed following the elections, a possible indication that the French had bought into new president Emmanuele Macron's promises of deep reforms to reinvigorate the economy, the results of an official survey revealed.
Italian businesses and consumers were in a chipper mood in June amid improved perceptions of the economic environment and as order books grew.
China, the world's second largest economy, is capable of achieving its full-year growth target and controlling systematic risks despite challenges,announced Premier Li Keqiang on Tuesday at the World Economic Forum in Dalian, China.
The United States has said it believes there are preparations being made for another chemical attack in Syria, and warned Bashar al-Assad’s regime against the use of such weapons.
The factors dampening inflation pressures are only temporary but in order for prices to return to target policy-makers need to be persistent, prudence is also called for when re-adjusting policy in reaction to the improving economy, European Central Bank chief Mario Draghi said.