France's newly elected president Emmanuel Macron welcomed Vladimir Putin, promising both frank talks and cooperation, Reuters reports. » Read More
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Indian drinks billionaire and MP Vijay Mallya had denied via Twitter that he fled India amid mounting pressures to repay debts.
Moody's will stop issuing domestic ratings for Russian companies to avoid being caught in a legal crossfire between Moscow and the West.
The Norwegian economy is "rock solid", the country's finance minister said, stressing that the country is seeing growth in other parts of its economy.
Deutsche bank warned that volatile financial markets in the first quarter might pose a challenge for the entire sector.
Fickle financial markets have once again proven how volatile they can be.
Greece is facing "two simultaneous crises" on an economic and humanitarian level, the president of Greek opposition party New Democracy told CNBC.
Forget about stimulating the economy, the ECB’s endgame is a completely different one, Yra Harris of Vine Street Trading says.
Divisions over how to cope with the flood of migrants is threatening the EU's global standing. Will it diminish its ability to tackle reform?
Cyprus' finance minister was coy about the country's return to international credit markets.
Economists clashed in their assessments of the European Central Bank’s policy measures announced on Thursday.
After an initial spike in equities and fall in the euro against the dollar following the ECB's stimulus package, things started to take a curious turn.
If the U.K. decides to leave the European Union, it would have serious ramifications for British science, academics have warned.
French authorities open an investigation after a baby was found hidden in a bag belonging to an Air France passenger.
Solar Impulse 2, the solar-powered aircraft, is set to return to the skies in mid-April to complete its round-the-world trip.
You could forgive wealthy Russians for steering clear of Cypriot banks given that large deposits in the country were hit hard by a deposit "bail-in."
Meat is an integral part of many people's diet, but our love for burgers, steaks and chops also has an environmental impact.
A new study ranking the top 200 institutions in Europe reveals which colleges – or universities - offer students both the best tuition as well as the best deals.
Global economies need more than central bank policy to stimulate growth, Willem Buiter, the chief economist at Citigroup, told CNBC on Thursday.
Ireland trumped China and India to post growth of 7.8 percent in 2015, the euro zone country reported on Thursday.
ECB delivers a surprise package of measures designed to kickstart Europe's moribund economy by cutting all of its interest rates and expanding its massive bond-buying program.
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Vanda Research founder and CEO Jason Ambrose takes a look at the European sphere, weighing in on whether flows are more in favor of Europe or the U.S. at present.
CNBC’s Claire Fournier takes a look at France’s relationship with Russia and discusses whether the leaders will try to find common ground when they meet this week.
Yves Maillot, head of European equities investment division at Natixis Asset Management, takes a look at Europe strategically, with comment on the ECB and challenges in the banking sector.