Pier Carlo Padoan, Italian finance minister, argues that Italy's reforms are starting to pay off and that growth was more positive than expected.
Tina Fordham, managing director and chief global political analyst at Citi, expects Greece to fragment politically ahead of the next election on September 20th.
Jonathan Hill, EU financial commissioner, argues that Europe needs more diverse sources of funding and investment.
Emmanuel Macron, French economy minister, discusses the need to raise the number of working hours in France and admits that growth has been too slow.
The E.U. monitors economic, social and foreign policy issues, even the making of cheese - so how can the migrant crisis have been a surprise?
The world's top economies have agreed to step up reform to boost global growth, but were split on China's surprise yuan devaluation.
Deflation is not a large threat in 2015, the head of Italy's central bank said, but warned of "very, very low inflation" ahead.
As Russia's economy stutters, its president is turning his attention to the country's Far East, where he hopes Asian money can generate prosperity.
World financial leaders say a Fed rate hike is no risk to global growth, a draft G20 communique reveals.
Peter Sutherland, U.N. special representative of the secretary-general for international migration, praises Germany and Sweden for accepting large numbers of refugees. But he adds the burden of looking after refugees needs to be more fairly distributed.
One of Germany's top independent economic advisers has warned that China is losing control of its economy, after weeks of volatility in financial markets.
CNBC's Seema Mody provides highlights from a CNBC interview with Greece's former FM Yanis Varoufakis.
Arkady Dvorkovich, deputy Prime Minister of Russia, says food prices will stabilize despite inflation around 20 percent.
Squawk Box Live in Europe had all the updates from the Ambrosetti Economic Forum in Italy and the G-20 summit in Ankara, Turkey.
Friendship between Chinese president Xi Jinping and Russia's leader Vladimir Putin is strained, the New York Times reports.
The ECB downgraded its inflation forecast and President Mario Draghi left room to extend and expand its bond buying program as the heightened market volatility seen over the summer have upped the risks to the euro zone's growth outlook.
CNBC's Steve Liesman weighs in on Mario Draghi's "dovish" comments on ECB policy.
Gilles Moec, head of developed European economist at Bank of America Merrill Lynch, outlines deflationary concerns still plaguing the euro zone.
Frédéric Oudéa, CEO of Societe Generale, discusses the economic situation in France and what needs to be done to improve it.
Euro zone business activity accelerated at its fastest pace in more than four years last month as Italy turned in its best performance since early 2011 and German growth strengthened, surveys showed on Thursday.
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