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The Greek government might be preparing to return to the bond market but there are many structural problems that have yet to be resolved to make the economy more sustainable, an analyst told CNBC on Friday.
Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble was quoted on Friday as comparing Turkey with the former communist East German state.
A train operator in Sweden has vowed to name one of its trains Trainy McTrainface in a bid to bring “joy” to all those disappointed when the U.K. overturned a public vote to name a polar research ship with a similar quirky name.
The euro could be on track to hit $1.20 against the dollar before the year is out, according to analysts who say that it is set to ride a wave of improved euro zone data and weakening investor conviction in the U.S.
Philips Lighting, the world's largest maker of lights, on Friday reported a better-than-expected rise in second-quarter core earnings, as margin improvements at its LED and home lighting businesses offset falling sales.
A powerful earthquake of magnitude 6.7 struck off the southwestern Aegean Turkish coast on Friday, the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) said.
The European Union and the U.K. are far from reaching an agreement on key issues in Brexit talks, as the second round of negotiations comes to an end.
The euro saw a sharp surge as Mario Draghi spoke on Thursday afternoon, with the president of the European Central Bank (ECB) discussing inflation expectations and the potential end of its asset-purchase program.
President Mario Draghi's difficult task of calming markets was laid bare on Thursday afternoon.
More than 150,000 ether tokens, a digital currency similar to bitcoin, worth around $30 million were stolen by cybercriminals on Wednesday.
Presidents Trump and Obama made the same mistake, a former U.S. assistant secretary of Commerce tells CNBC.
The Greek government is widely expected to return to the bond market soon although Athens isn't saying much.
France's brand new President Emmanuel Macron needs to move quickly to change the country, according to a top-ranking member of the European Commission.
China is tightening control over foreign companies' internet use in a move some worry might disrupt their operations.
Brexit talks are a "very difficult process" but they need to move fast to give enough time for officials to negotiate a trade deal, the vice president of the European Commission has told CNBC.
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.
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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.