European markets traded lower on Thursday and appeared poised for a negative end to the shorter Easter trading week which saw markets shaken by a terrorist attack in Belgium and fresh concerns over U.S. interest rate hikes.
Neil Dwane of Allianz Global Investors, Fred Kempe of the Atlantic Council, and CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera discuss the implications of growing terror threats in Europe.
Our live blog followed events as authorities continue to seek a man in connection with the terror attack in Brussels.
Zhu Min, deputy managing director of the IMF, says growth in Europe and the U.S. is not strong and deflationary pressure remains.
Mark Demesmaeker, MEP of European Conservatives and Reformists Group, talks about Belgium's response to the attacks in Brussels.
European equities opened higher on Wednesday following the terrorist attacks in Belgium claimed to have been carried out by the Islamic State.
Mohamed El-Erian, Allianz, discusses the economic effects from the Brussels terror attacks and the longer term issues.
In the aftermath of the Brussels attacks, Belgium has reintroduced border checks, drawing attention to Europe's open borders.
Matthew Beesley, Head of Global Equities at Henderson Global Investors, discusses the European market reaction to the Brussels attacks and other risks investors are looking at like a Brexit.
The terror in Belgium may also dampen consumer sentiment, which has been key to Europe's economic recovery, market watchers tell CNBC.
The Brussels attacks are unlikely to have a long-term impact on markets, but could create roadblocks to commerce and give Euro sceptics momentum.
Our live blog tracked latest news out of Brussels following reports of explosions in the city's main Zaventem airport and a metro station.
European markets opened lower on Monday after an explosion at Brussels airport at least one dead and several injured.
Germany has become more politically and economically powerful than when the euro was adopted, former Bank of England Governor Mervyn King says.
Squawk Box Live in Europe tracked market reaction as oil prices declined in the wake of U.S. rig count data.
European markets opened lower on Monday, following mixed trade in Asia, as a slide in commodity prices weighed on investor sentiment.
Squawk Box Live in Europe watched market reaction as investors edge back in to riskier assets following Fed comments.
Alex White, regional director for Europe at The Economist Intelligence Unit, says the deal between Turkey and the EU is a stopgap solution.
European equities opened higher on Friday following a positive trend set in Asia after oil prices rose further.
One of the countries to first adopt negative interest rates is at risk of an unsustainable asset bubble as a result, Moody's Investors Service has warned.
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