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The Greek government is asking its creditors to avoid excuses and proceed with talks on much-needed debt relief.
Rising house prices in Sweden are an "unnecessary reality" according to Henrik Unell, chief analyst with Nordea.
Bernie Sanders' oldest brother was placed fourth in a by-election on Thursday, failing to secure a seat at the U.K. parliament.
Public market assets have largely lost their appeal thanks to quantitative easing pushing their prices up to stratospheric levels.
Higher earnings from passenger cars offset falling demand for trucks, helping group to keep to its forecast for higher annual profit.
World's biggest maker of mobile network equipment said it would introduce further cost-cutting to deal with a weaker mobile broadband market.
European leaders have ruled out introducing new sanctions against Russia for its role in the Syrian conflict.
Finance chief confident about delivering a strong fourth quarter based on a robust order pipeline.
The Belgian region of Wallonia rejected new amendments to a planned EU-Canada free trade agreement on Thursday.
British American Tobacco has offered to buy Reynolds American Inc. in a $47 billion cash-and-stock deal.
The pound will remain volatile amid uncertainty over when the U.K. will leave the EU, the U.K. chairman at KPMG told CNBC on Friday.
European leaders were clear that they would not allow Britain to "cherry pick" the profitable parts of their union.
Shares of Deutsche Bank briefly recovered levels from before the news of the Department of Justice's demand for a $14 billion settlement.
European Union leaders were considering a text that would condemn attacks by the Russian military on Aleppo and threatened sanctions if they continue.
Brexit campaign leader Nigel Farage, a vocal Donald Trump supporter, tells CNBC the GOP presidential nominee is not as far behind as the polls show.
Despite a slick campaign to lure companies from London to Berlin, some of those which have moved say it is not as easy as it first appeared.
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Theresa May, British prime minister, discusses the future of the U.K.'s trade post-Brexit.
British Prime Minister Theresa May discusses Europe's stance towards Russia's involvement in the Syrian civil war, as well as the U.K.'s post-Brexit stance on trade.
U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May discusses how the country will be a "fully independent sovereign country" yet have a "mature, cooperative relationship with our European partners."