After seven years of Conservative government-led austerity, a new survey suggests that public sentiment in the U.K. could be changing gears. » Read More
The currency markets experienced some major moves this week, causing one major banking institution has decided to ditch its parity call on the euro and the dollar. » Read More
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NATO's secretary general Jens Stoltenberg has insisted that the defense alliance's commitment to support each other militarily is just as crucial for U.S. security as it is for that of Europe and Canada. » Read More
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The euro dropped to $1.1320 on Tuesday early afternoon, coming off from a day's high of $1.1389, after media reports suggested that markets misinterpreted President Mario Draghi of the European Central Bank. » Read More
The European Central Bank's president said that more stimulus may be required to jump-start the European economy.
Despite persistent inflation and recent exit from recession, Ukraine can eke out modest growth in 2016, the country's finance minister told CNBC.
Mario Draghi signaled the bank could further ease monetary policy as early as March amid growing concerns over faltering global growth which have caused volatility in financial markets.
There are "positive trends" for the global economy in the current market volatility, says the U.K. chancellor of the exchequer.
Europe needs to spend a lot more money on dealing with the migrant crisis, the head of the Eurogroup of finance ministers told CNBC.
Britain's Pearson said it would cut 10 percent of its workforce and restructure once again to tackle a storm it is facing in markets.
Renault has denied it used cheating software in its cars after recalling 15,000 vehicles over emissions.
Brewing giant boosted by a warm winter and gains in Africa, South America and in Europe.
Italy's government is concerned by the rout in domestic banking shares, but the system is solid, Prime Minister Matteo Renzi was quoted as saying.
British finance minister George Osborne said he will nominate Christine Lagarde for a second term as managing director of the IMF.
David Cameron will urge business leaders on Thursday to speak out and help him keep Britain in the EU, the Financial Times reports.
The Russian government is planning to privatize state banking assets but the timing is not so good, the president of VTB Bank tells CNBC.
EU is on "verge of collapse" over migrant crisis, warns Soros, and is in "danger of kicking the ball further up the hill".
The outlook for the world may be uncertain but that shouldn't mean companies and governments should "get paralyzed," says Philips CEO to CNBC.
The decline in the MSCI All-Country World index from its high last year reached 20 percent Wednesday as stock markets in the U.S., Japan and China all fell.
Nouriel Roubini, the economist known as "Dr. Doom," slapped a distinctive diagnosis on global markets on the turbulent trading day of Wednesday.
Reality bites: A behind-the-scenes look at the unfolding refugee crisis in Europe on the front lines in Lesbos, Greece.
Migrants are not to blame for sexual attacks and terrorism incidents across Europe, the Swedish prime minster told CNBC.
Europe's economy is in the best shape in six years, the chief executive of Credit Suisse told CNBC, although the stock market suggests otherwise.
Zurich Insurance on Wednesday flagged an estimated $100 million fourth-quarter business operating loss for its flagship general insurance business.
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NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg discusses NATO and U.S. counterterror operations in Afghanistan.
Vontobel analyst Jean-Philippe Bertschy weighs in on the relationship between Nestle and activist investor Third Point.
Jens Stoltenberg, secretary general of NATO, discusses U.S. leadership on its military policy as well as support for U.S.-led coalition forces in Syria.