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Greece is making its return to the market Tuesday after a three-year absence with the sale of a five-year bond. Analysts have applauded the timing but caution the country is still in the hands of international creditors. » Read More
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Lower inflation and severely high interest rates have the country's top banking officials warning of a crisis.
Dutch paintmaker Akzo Nobel, grappling with the consequences of rebuffing a 26.3 billion euro takeover bid by U.S. rival PPG Industries, on Tuesday announced earnings below market expectations.
EU firms are likely to resist a U.S. sanctions bill against Russia, which itself could face resistance.
The parents of Charlie Gard have ended their legal battle to give the terminally ill British baby further treatment, a lawyer representing the parents said on Monday.
With the mounting problems facing South Africa, CNBC looks whether its economic outlook is starting to look bleak.
Poland could lose its voting rights in the European Union if it presses ahead with reforms to the judiciary.
German auto stocks took a hit in early Monday trading, weighed down by uncertainty over possible antitrust fines.
Some of the biggest technology firms on Wall Street are poised to announce earnings this week though finding a favorite among them is akin to a parent specifying their favorite child, Ben Rogoff, Polar Capital Fund Manager, told CNBC on Monday.
Euro zone businesses started the second half of 2017 with solid growth, though declining inflation pressures could put paid to expectations of a stimulus clawback by the ECB later this year, a survey found on Monday.
Shares in the top three German carmakers dropped sharply on Monday after it was reported that EU antitrust officials had started investigating a possible breach of regulatory standards.
Emmanuel Macron's popularity rating has slumped by 10 percentage points this month, the biggest drop for a new French president since 1995.
Congress agreed on sweeping Russia sanctions to punish Moscow for meddling in the U.S. presidential election, Ukraine and Syria.
As French banks move to Paris from London, reforms could mean new jobs.
U.K. businesses will still be forced to comply with rules that punish inappropriate sharing of consumer data, regardless of whether they leave the European Union or not.
The drugstore said it didn't want to upset people opposed to contraception.
The deeply flawed Western economic system is contributing to the worst economic recovery the world has ever seen, Chris Watling, CEO of Longview Economics, said on Friday.
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The euro may be a competitive currency but the European Central Bank should remain cautious in the long-term, Themos Fiotakis, co-head FX and rates strategy at UBS, said.
There will be no "major global legal threat" arising from the Volkswagen diesel emissions scandal, Arndt Ellinghorst, head of the global automotive research at Evercore ISI, told CNBC.
Google's $2.7 billion antitrust fine issued by the European Commission is not a big issue for Alphabet's earnings, Felix Wintle, fund manager at Tyndall Investment Management, told CNBC.