European equities were mixed on Monday, as investors got to grips with a fresh set of earnings reports.
Twelve months since the nerve-shredding "flash crash" in US Treasurys and the financial industry is working on improving stability.
A gunman tried to force his car through the gates of Belgian military barracks and several shots were fired, but no one was hurt, prosecutors said.
Despite the global scandal surrounding Volkswagen, German business optimism remained unfazed in October.
The triumph of the Law and Justice party at the weekend demonstrates how the refugee crisis could play into the hands of anti-European Union parties.
Cheniere Energy doesn't believe it will become Europe's leading liquefied natural gas player despite bullish export plans.
EU leaders agreed to cooperate to manage migrants crossing the Balkans but offered no quick fix as winter sets in.
Squawk Box Live had analysis on the surprise rate cut by China's central bank, European earnings and further comment on political developments.
Aberdeen Asset Management has sounded out potential buyers for the group as the emerging markets slump hits profits, the FT reports.
IMF staff are set to give the all-clear for China's currency to be included in the lender's benchmark basket, sources said Sunday.
Law and Justice party claims victory in an election that risks putting the ex-communist state on a collision course with EU allies.
An increase in Britain's rock-bottom interest rates is not guaranteed, Bank of England Governor Mark Carney said in comments published on Saturday.
Political and social crises are hampering Europe's recovery. And even though they may have risen separately, they're increasingly interlinked.
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European stocks closed sharply higher Friday, as investors cheered China's central bank as it cut interest rates and digested more earnings.
Squawk Box Live in Europe had full reaction to the global stock rally, aided by dovish talk from the ECB.
A large number of women are opposed to "fracking" because they don't understand it, a female scientist as told The Times.
Manufacturing and services output in the euro zone rose above all expectations in October, according to figures from Markit.
After three days of pomp, deal-making and geopolitics, British Prime Minister David Cameron raised a pint to Chinese President Xi Jinping on Thursday over a traditional pub dinner of fish and chips.
Nearly a dozen junior bankers, some from the U.K., have been sacked by JPMorgan in New York after being discovered "cheating" at a basic math test.