Squawk Box Live in Europe had all the major market movements and updates as global sentiment remains subdued.
Greek PM Alexis Tsipras is in New York and, with hat in hand, is looking for debt-relief partners at the UN and Clinton Global Initiative.
Labour politician, Alan Johnson, discusses why he's heading the party's campaign to the keep the U.K. in the European Union.
UK Shadow Chancellor John McDonnell discusses the Labour party’s future plans, including on taxes and the Bank of England.
Swiss regulators have opened an investigation into possible manipulation of the precious metals market by several major banks.
Squawk Box Live in Europe had the full reaction of the local elections that took place in the Spanish region of Catalonia Sunday.
Britain's Labour Party plans to launch a "radical review" of economic institutions, including the Bank of England.
Anheuser-Busch InBev could bid about $106 billion for SABMiller within days, the Sunday Times reported.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel was overheard confronting Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg over incendiary posts on the social network.
Howard Shore, CEO of Shore Capital, says that small business in the U.K. are skeptical of the benefits of European Union membership.
Squawk Box Live in Europe had all the news and analysis on the unfolding emissions scandal.
The resignation of a Greek minister hours after his appointment has exposed Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras to fierce criticism.
The government in the Swiss canton of Zug may have to raise its famously low tax rates, the Financial Times reports.
Jonathan Bell, CIO of Stanhope Capital, says the German economy should bounce back from the Volkswagen scandal, but it could take some time.
European Union leaders tell CNBC how the refugee crisis and the EU will looks after they came to an agreement.
Squawk Box Live in Europe had news and analysis on Volkswagen, after its CEO Martin Winterkorn resigned Wednesday.
Further downside risks to euro area's growth and inflation outlook have emerged as a result of currency headwinds and weakness in commodity prices, President of the European Central Bank Mario Draghi warned.
European Central Bank President, Mario Draghi explains how the macroeconomic environment has become "more challenging," and its repercussions.
ECB President, Mario Draghi discusses the European Central Bank's relationship with Greece with its bailout program.
ECB President, Mario Draghi discusses how their monetary policies have prevented "immeasurable tightening" in financial conditions for the real economy, despite volatility.
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