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Britain has sold its last remaining stake in Lloyds Banking Group, making the lender the first to re-emerge from British state ownership.
The EU will launch legal action against Italy on Wednesday for failing to police allegations of emissions-test cheating by Fiat Chrysler properly following the Volkswagen dieselgate scandal, EU sources said.
The latest in a seemingly endless parade of scandals will further erode the president's ability to make progress on major legislative goals.
Officials in Berlin and other European capitals are still unsure about where the Trump administration stands on many of the big issues that concern them.
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The euro hit a six-month high on Tuesday morning as political risk shifts from Europe to the United States.
HSBC Holdings has settled claims by a group of U.S. bondholders that it conspired with rivals to rig the Libor benchmark interest rate, according to a New York court filing on Monday by the bondholders' attorneys.
British inflation rose to its highest level since September 2013 last month, according to official data on Tuesday.
McDonald’s has apologized after its latest advertising campaign attracted widespread criticism for exploiting childhood bereavement.
The oil market has essentially reached a balance and will continue to accelerate in the near term, the IEA said in its monthly report.
British budget airline easyJet posted a bigger than expected loss in the first half of the year, though said it still expected to meet full-year targets due to strong cost control.
The owner of Italian soccer club Inter Milan is asking fans to have faith in the team as it works to turn things around.
Japanese gaming firm Nintendo plans to release a smartphone game based on the "The Legend of Zelda", the Wall Street Journal reported.
Jeremy Corbyn and British rap artist Jme Snapchatted their lunch together – the latest in an unlikely relationship.
French President Emmanuel Macron has appointed Edouard Philippe as France's new prime minister.
"That's a common misconception," Aleksandr Yampolskiy told CNBC when asked if Apple users can't be affected by other cyberattacks.
JPMorgan Chase has agreed to buy a Dublin building with room for 1,000 staff as Brexit proceedings begin.
Oil prices surged Monday after a joint commitment from Saudi Arabia and Russia to extend the existing oil output cut deal until March 2018.
Angela Merkel is widely tipped to secure a fourth term as German Chancellor after her Christian Democratic (CDU) party defeated the Social Democrats (SPD) in a key state election on Sunday.
Italian infrastructure group Atlantia has launched a cash-and-share offer on Abertis on Monday, in a deal that values the Spanish rival at 16.34 billion euros ($18 billion).
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Bijan Zanganeh, Iranian oil minister, says that European and Asian - but not American - companies are signing contracts for his country's oil.
CNBC's The Brave Ones features Michael Dubin, the founder of Dollar Shave Club.
Saudi Arabian Minister of Energy Khalid Al-Falih discusses the potential to extend the current OPEC supply cut.