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The CEO of a leading biopharmaceutical company has tried to reassure investors over upcoming U.S. elections.
Growth in London's construction market suffered a sharp slowdown in the third quarter according to a survey released Thursday.
It's been a month since the first mention of reports that Deutsche Bank would have to stump up $14 billion to settle with the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ).
Larry Sanders has lived in the U.K. since 1969 and is Green Party candidate to replace Cameron, who quit politics after the Brexit vote.
European Space Agency anxiously awaits news from its probe after it fell silent in the last few meters of its 310 million mile journey from Earth.
Germany's KfW Development Bank has announced it is to provide about one billion euros to develop sustainable public transport systems.
The U.K. should expect tough discussions ahead to leave the EU as member countries don't want its citizens to suffer from Brexit
The U.K. government has dropped plans to create a secondary annuities market amid concerns over its ability to protect consumers.
Deutsche Bank has moved to suppress speculation that it may seek to wind-down its investment banking operations in the U.S.
Travis Perkins, Britain's biggest supplier of building materials, warned on full-year profit on Wednesday.
The High Court said it would rule soon on whether lawmakers, and not the government alone, must trigger the process of leaving the EU.
The British people have shot themselves in the foot by voting for Brexit, billionaire Richard Branson told CNBC on Tuesday.
The Norwegian government is considering taking a bigger bet on stocks, which could be a big deal for global equities.
Paris' business district has unveiled an advertising campaign encouraging finance workers in the City of London to relocate.
Many companies are unprepared for new European regulations that will require higher standards of data protection, according to a new survey.
As tensions within the U.K. grocery market grow, analysts have started to wonder which company will be the first to pass on the costs to consumers.
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Mario Draghi, president of the European Central Bank, discusses the effect of monetary policy on inequality, as well as Portugal's economic situation.
Barnaby Martin, head of European credit strategy at Bank of America Merrill Lynch and David Owen, chief European economist at Jefferies, discuss upcoming Brexit negotiations.
Mario Draghi, president of the European Central Bank, addresses recent penalties levied against Apple and Deutsche Bank.