Former U.K. Shadow Chancellor, Ed Balls talks about how he and U.K. chancellor George Osborne do agree on some beliefs, especially when it comes to the EU referendum debate.
Emmanuel Martin, research fellow at IREF, explains why French trade unions have gone on strike and are protesting against labor reforms.
Íñigo Fernández de Mesa, economy secretary of Spain, talks about the Greek debt deal and what reform lessons it can learn from Spain.
Eric Schmidt, executive chairman of Alphabet, says he disagrees with European regulators over competition issues.
Joseph Oughourlian, co–founder of Amber Capital, comments on the problems facing Italian banks, including UniCredit.
European stocks extended gains Wednesday, underpinned by strong U.S. housing data and a boost from Asia.
Our live blog tracked market moves as U.S. equities made notable gains at the start of the trading day.
CNBC's Geoff Cutmore talks to Europe's financial leaders about what to expect if the U.K. leave the European Union.
Peter Kellner, former president of YouGov, talks about the difference between telephone polls and online polls regarding the U.K. exiting the European Union. Also Kellner explains why he thinks the U.K. will remain in the E.U.
Without absolute debt forgiveness, Greece will reach a critical point where it can no longer sustain its debt situation, says Peter Rosenstreich, head of market strategy at Swissquote Bank.
Neelie Kroes, special envoy for StartupDelta and former European Commissioner, says the Netherlands is doing a good job in attracting and aiding startups.
Ralph Hamers, CEO of ING, says the Dutch market is the most open economy in the EU and talks about the impact if the U.K. left the European Union.
Axel Weber, chairman at UBS, talks about risks related to the rise of non-centrist, fringe political parties in Europe and comments on Brexit.
Tim Adams, president and CEO at IIF, comments on the results of the Austrian election and what it tells us about politics in Europe and the U.S.
European stocks opened lower on Tuesday following shaky investor sentiment in Asian markets.
European leaders are again scrambling to revive Greece's economy, as Athens faces more debt payments it can't afford.
Our live blog tracked market reaction after Bayer CEO Werner Baumann told CNBC the $62 billion offer to buy Monsanto has no risks.
European stocks opened lower after weak Japanese export data and the potential for a U.S. interest rate hike in June weighed on investor sentiment.
The U.S. and Japan remained at logger-heads over Japan's currency policies, in a bilateral spat that overshadowed the G-7 meeting in Sendai.
If Britain chooses the leave the EU this June, the country is at risk of becoming “an outsider shouting from the wings,” stars from the creative industries warn.
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