CNBC's Karen Tso lays out the problems facing Europe and explains why Europe needs swagger.
European stocks opened lower after no deal was reached between major oil producers to freeze oil output in order to support global oil prices.
The newly-set up bank bailout fund in Italy — dubbed Atlas — will help clear uncertainty over the financial system, the country's central banker said
Portugal’s finance minister denied Angola controlled too much of his country’s banking sector, but said the economic straits of the former colony were a worry.
Eurogroup president, Jeroen Dijsselbloem told CNBC that the “Brexit” debate hinges on the fact that European citizens no longer understand what value the European Union actually delivers.
In the event of “Brexit”, the long-term ramifications for the U.K. are likely to be a weaker sterling and potentially higher interest rates says Russ Mould, AJ Bell investment director.
Squawk Box Live in Europe followed market reaction after China posted its slowest pace of economic expansion in seven years.
Alexander Stubb, finance minister of Finland, talks about the importance of publishing tax returns for democracy.
Jeroen Dijsselbloem, president of the Eurogroup, says the IMF is crucial to helping to deal with Greece's debt burden.
European stocks opened slightly lower on Friday as investors digest the latest growth data from China and look ahead to a key oil summit this weekend.
UBS Chairman Axel Weber warns of more volatility for banks ahead of the Brexit vote in June.
Pier Carlo Padoan, Italian Finance Minister, discusses the health of Italian lenders and the country's plans to restart its economy, with CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera.
Squawk Box Live in Europe watched market reaction after Asian stocks rose to multi-month highs, boosted by weakness in some regional currencies.
Bruno Verstraete, partner at Lakefield Partners, says the U.K. referendum on EU membership is a reason his company is reluctant to invest in Europe.
European stocks opened lower on Thursday, amid a slip in oil prices and as earnings season kicked off.
Negative interest rates do not fuel populism, a top economist at the IMF told CNBC, denying claims they are helping the rise of a new right-wing party in Germany.
European stock markets rallied following positive Chinese data, with the U.K. FTSE hitting a 2016 high, but it may fall back soon.
Are investors truly pricing in the risk of a “Brexit”? Derek Halpenny, European head of global markets research at Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi, explains why there’s more to come on the downside before June.
Squawk Box Live in Europe is tracked market reaction after Chinese trade data beat expectations.
European stocks opened sharply higher, tracking gains in the U.S. and Asia, buoyed by higher oil prices and better-than-expected China export data.
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