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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.
Tidjane Thiam has denied he is already in the frame for a new job: Heading up the International Monetary Fund (IMF) .
Inflation in the 19 countries that use the euro came in at 0.2 percent in December, confirming preliminary estimates.
Consumer good group says it is preparing itself for tougher market conditions and high volatility in 2016.
Sepp Blatter may have been banned for eight years from the game but he is still receiving pay, a spokesman told Reuters on Monday.
Britain’s security service has been named the most lesbian, gay, bi and trans (LBGT)-friendly employer in the country, according to a charity.
Dozens of large shareholders in Volkswagen plan to sue the carmaker, seeking compensation for the plunge in its shares due to its emissions scandal.
MPs will debate whether Donald Trump should be banned from entering Britain after more than 570,000 people signed a petition.
French President pledges to redefine France's business model and declared what he called "a state of economic and social emergency."
Over 1,000 steel workers in the U.K. will lose their jobs in the coming weeks due to cost-cutting measures introduced by Tata Steel UK
The Australian Open kicks off amid allegations of match fixing that involve some of tennis' top players, according to the BBC and BuzzFeed News.
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"Cartel" elements of the German car industry being investigated by the European Commission are a concern for investors, Maurits Heldring, senior equity research expert at ABN AMRO Private Bank said.
UK International Trade Secretary Liam Fox should discuss how the US will open its market up to Britain, Barry Gardiner, shadow secretary of state for international trade, said.
The broader conversation on UK-US bilateral trade agreements should consider small businesses, Jeffries Briginshaw, CEO at BritishAmerican Business said.