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The two races differ in several key ways, Goldman economist Alec Phillips said, diminishing the possibility of a repeat.
Hillary Clinton has an 85 percent chance of winning the U.S. presidential election, at least according to two prominent U.K. betting companies.
GDP data due Thursday to give first indications of how the U.K. economy is performing after the Brexit vote.
Hillary Clinton received the backing of pop star Adele on Tuesday evening, with the British singer telling fans she was "100 percent" behind the Democratic presidential candidate.
The European parliament will for the first time vote on whether to spend large scale public cash on military research.
Ericsson announced Swedish businessman, Börje Ekholm, as its new CEO on Wednesday in an effort to revive a crisis.
Spain is the attractive spot for investment, an analyst has told CNBC .
Presidential hopeful Jean-Francois Cope shocked French voters on Monday when he failed a key election test: The price of pain au chocolat
Britain has fined Vodafone a record 4.6 million pounds ($5.60 million) for "serious and sustained" customer failures.
Britain's largest retail bank also booked a fresh £1 billion charge to compensate customers mis-sold loan insurance.
The maker of Europe's top-selling lager sold 2 percent more beer than a year earlier, with strong growth in Mexico and Asia.
ECB hit back at growing criticism that central banks' aggressive actions to support the economy had widened the gap between rich and poor.
Europe's largest aerospace group said quarterly operating profit before one-off items fell 21 percent to 731 million euros.
Metro Bank reported on Tuesday a 78 percent year-on-year jump in third quarter revenue and a swing into positive earnings territory.
"It's mainly due to bioenergy in the U.S. and the situation keeps deteriorating as our customers are living through a very difficult time," says CEO.
U.K. finance secretary Philip Hammond has said the government would take into account the needs of the financial services when it negotiates Brexit.
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Ulrich Spiesshofer, CEO of ABB, weighs in on his company's third-quarter results, saying that he is "cautiously optimistic" about its future.
State Street Global Advisors Global CIO Rick Lacaille gives his view on the current performance of earnings season.
CNBC’s Arjun Kharpal discusses Samsung’s latest earnings results and what investors should expect from the tech giant.