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Shell firms linked to former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort owed as much as $17 million to pro-Russian interests, the New York Times reported.
The ongoing battle for Charlie Gard's treatment has taken a new turn.
Budget cuts could prove the first stumbling block for France's fresh faced president.
For the first time, Britain's publicly funded BBC has revealed the salaries of its top paid stars in a move to become more transparent with taxpayers.
The move feeds opposition fears President Tayyip Erdogan is subverting the republic's secular foundations.
A crash in global bond markets and a policy mistake by central banks could be the biggest tail risks to the market, according to a survey.
The European Central Bank is widely expected to hold interest rates steady on Thursday with many market watchers expecting the bank to announce in September plans to reduce its bond buying program.
The Bank of England's governor has unveiled a new 10-pound note featuring Jane Austen at one of England's grandest cathedrals.
Bitcoin miners are signaling their intent to support a new upgrade for the bitcoin blockchain that may solve its scaling issue.
U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May has told ministers to show “strength and unity”, and to keep details of their discussions private, after reports over the weekend suggested divides over Brexit.
The U.K. has fallen out of favor as an emigration destination for China’s wealthy, according to a new report which pips Canada in front.
The Greek government seems ready to tap the bond markets again as early as next week, a source close to the situation told CNBC on Tuesday, which would mark the first time since 2014 that the country has borrowed from the capital markets.
A seven-minute flight of a small jet powered plane with no pilot has been completed in South Africa.
British inflation unexpectedly slowed for the first time since October last month, adding to the likelihood that the Bank of England will keep interest rates at a record low in August.
Russia has threatened to take retaliatory measures against the United States after diplomatic talks collapsed over the seizure of two mansions.
Mobile telecom equipment maker Ericsson reported a heavier than expected second-quarter loss on Tuesday and lowered its mobile infrastructure market forecast.
As the painful and quite frankly embarrassing stumble out of Europe continues for the U.K., I watch with sadness at the pathetic lack of conviction of both the previous Remain and pro-Leave camps.
Consumers in U.S., Europe and the U.K. are increasingly favoring specialist retailers when purchasing their beauty products, a UBS report showed Monday.
Overseas landlords are moving out of the U.K. property market in search of pastures greener, according to new research which suggests the number of international investors who own property in the U.K. has fallen to a new low.
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CNBC's Uptin Saiidi retraces the journey of the Dunkirk evacuation in a vintage 1940s plane.
After the European Central Bank left interest rates unchanged, central banks will continue to proceed cautiously, Ben Gutteridge, head of fund research at Brewin Dolphin said.
The tech rally is "off in its own world" and companies have been capitalizing on it, Mike Bailey, director of research at FBB Capital Partners said.