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Thousands of demonstrators have turned out in the German city of Hannover to protest a planned U.S.-Europe free trade agreement.
“Clumsy interventions” by central banker will “destroy” the economy and usher in political chaos, a Societe Generale strategist has claimed.
CNBC takes a look at the top European cities for a great party.
The IEA's Neil Atkinson tells CNBC he believes both Saudi Arabia and Russia will continue to “pump as much oil as possible.”
This is how VW is trying to keep cars on the road after dieselgate, according to Bob Lutz, former vice chairman of General Motors.
Obama encouraged continued collaboration between Britain and the United States, while also arguing that Britain should remain in the EU.
Boris Johnson has landed himself in hot water after claims that the U.S. President Barack Obama dislikes Britain because of his ancestry.
The German carmaker said the cost of provisions to cover the emissions scandal had risen to 16.2 billion euros.
Euro zone business activity growth slowed in April, according to the latest survey of the services and manufacturing sectors by Markit.
Smaller countries' historical disadvantages are gone, and their economies enjoy a "triumph of the tiny," said Alex Salmond, Scotland's former first minister.
German car manufacturers will recall 630,000 Porsche, Volkswagen Opel, Audi and Mercedes vehicles to fix emissions management software.
When it comes to its wine, beer and cider, Europe has a world-renowned reputation. But how can it avoid a hangover as tastes change?
The U.K. is warning its citizens about risks in visiting America's Southern states because of laws against accommodations to the LGBT community.
One member of the Bank of England's monetary policy committee said that the country could adopt a negative rate policy.
The heads of the IMF and the Eurogroup hit back at critics of the ECB, saying the central bank is an independent institution.
Barack Obama is in Europe for what could be his last trip to the region before his presidency ends.
Analysts are poring over the details of a new corporate bond-buying plan from the ECB that might just raise an eyebrow over in the United States.
ECB President Mario Draghi said on Thursday that the bank had "never discussed" issuing so-called helicopter money.
The decision to bring antitrust proceedings against U.S. tech giant Google was not politically motivated, Europe's competiton chief told CNBC.
The host of the Euro 2016 football competition, France, is seeking to extend its state of emergency until the end of the tournament.
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Mergers and acquisitions can be constructive and lead to increased shares and cost savings in companies, Christopher Davis, head of activism and M&A at Kleinberg Kaplan told CNBC.
CNBC's Arjun Kharpal discusses Amazon's sales rise and Twitter's stock tumble after it reported a user count unchanged from the previous quarter.
Filippo Alloatti, senior credit analyst at Hermes Investment Management, discusses the second quarter earnings of two Swiss banking giants.