Christian Schulz, economist and director of Citi, argues that falling oil prices will not deliver much of a boost to consumers in Europe.
Squawk Box Live in Europe tracked reaction to a slump in Chinese and Russian stocks.
European markets opened lower on Monday after U.S. stocks ended last week posting their worst five-day start to a year ever, and as the sell-off in Chinese equities continued.
The U.K. could vote this summer on whether Britain will sever its four-decade relationship with the bloc, the Financial Times reports.
Dolce and Gabbana are looking to the Islamic market by launching its first collection of headscarves and full-length robes for women.
CNBC's live blog tracked reaction after China's central bank guided the yuan higher and the circuit breaker mechanism was scrapped.
Kian Abouhossein, head of European banking research at JP Morgan, shares his concerns about the banking sector, but recommends the M&A space and investment banking as areas of earnings growth.
European markets opened slightly higher as Chinese stocks stabilized after authorities scrapped a market circuit-breaker.
The Dow industrials closed sharply lower after China stocks shook global markets.
Stefan Kirsten, CFO of Vonovia, discusses his company's appeal to Deutsche Wohnen shareholders to back the merger.
European markets opened lower on Thursday amid further turmoil in the Chinese stock market, where stocks were suspended from all trade on Thursday, and as the oil price hit levels not since since April 2004.
Squawk Box Live in Europe watched market reaction to North Korean claims that it has successfully tested a hydrogen bomb.
European markets opened lower on Wednesday as geopolitical risks posed by North Korea's latest nuclear test and geopolitical tensions in the Middle East increase uncertainty.
Neil Dwane, global strategist at Allianz Global Investors, argues that credit is becoming easier to access, but governments are failing to restructure economies.
Neil Dwane, global strategist at Allianz Global Investors, talks about how QE is affecting the euro, bond yields and the impact of European Central Bank policy.
Squawk Box Live in Europe kept an eye on investor reaction after China's central bank attempted to buoy markets with a $20 billion injection on Tuesday.
European markets opened higher on Tuesday despite volatile trade in China, following a rout in the previous session.
Check out our global markets coverage ahead of the U.S. opening bell.
European markets opened lower on Monday amid a sharp sell-off in Chinese stocks that saw authorities halt trading on the mainland for the rest of the day.
Ed Nusbaum, global CEO for Grant Thornton, says Europe should maintain QE to support the economy, even though business optimism in the continent is higher than a year ago.
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