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Greece's Parliament has passed a budget of continued austerity as mandated by the country's creditors, but which forecasts robust growth for 2017.
The Qatar Investment Authority and Glencore signed a deal on Saturday to buy 19.5 percent of Rosneft, which said it would receive $11.37 billion.
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The 62-year-old prime-minister designate is a key member of outgoing premier Matteo Renzi's Democratic Party.
The president-elect says he doesn't believe Moscow was behind leaked Democratic National Committee and Clinton emails.
The ECB won't give extra time to the embattled Italian bank Monte dei Paschi to raise money to finance its operations, sources told CNBC.
Europe is swamped by political risk, but peripheral markets have not yet fully priced such risk, a chief investment officer told CNBC.
Ongoing political talks In Italy should lead to an interim government, rather than to snap elections, an analyst told CNBC on Friday.
Media that focus on scandals and spread fake news to smear politicians risk becoming like people who have a morbid fascination with excrement, Pope Francis said.
Russia's government will not order Russian oil companies to cut output as part of a deal with OPEC, RIA cited Deputy PM.
ECB President Mario Draghi said he is "confident" that the Italian government knows what to do to address the country's banking sector.
Russia said on Wednesday it sold a stake in oil giant Rosneft for $11.3 billion to Qatar and commodities trader Glencore.
New rules will ban ads promoting high fat, salt or sugar food and drink to under-16s across online and social media, print and cinema
The board of Monte dei Paschi asked the ECB for more time to move ahead with a $5.4 billion recapitalization, according to the FT.
Renzi said he would quit following his crushing defeat in Sunday's referendum.
It's the oldest world lender and it has been making headlines amid concerns it doesn't have the financial capacity to cover its bad debts.
Credit Suisse on Wednesday announced more than 1 billion Swiss francs ($991 million) in extra cost cuts.
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Fine Gael Chairman Martin Heydon talks about Irish Taoiseach Enda Kenny and where his leadership lies in the future. Added comment on Kenny’s trip to the U.S.
Fine Gael Chairman Martin Heydon says it wouldn’t be surprising if the Fianna Fáil party was his political party’s main competition, when commenting on recent polls.
Fine Gael Chairman Martin Heydon talks about how Ireland has to deal with the fallout of the Brexit vote.