European markets ended sharply higher on Thursday, recovering from earlier losses during the week.» Read More
European equities closed sharply higher on Tuesday, with a surge in retail stocks helping to boost investor sentiment.
U.K. inflation has fallen to 0.5 percent, putting pressure on the Bank of England's Mark Carney. Sam Hill, senior U.K. economist at RBC Capital Markets, weighs in.
The oil price is nearing a 6-year low. Richard Mallinson, geopolitical analyst at Energy Aspects, says markets are looking for "a turning point" in oil production and it will end up being non-OPEC countries that cut supplies.
As Shire announces that it will buy U.S. company NPS Pharmaceuticals, Suki Virji, analyst at SCRIP Intelligence, discusses whether it will be a good deal.
Europe shares regained some ground on Monday, ending in positive territory as speculation on further stimulus from the European Central Bank (ECB) boost sentiment, even as the oil price continued to tank.
The European Central Bank could announce a quantitative easing program that's based on paid-in capital by central banks, a source told CNBC. Jeremy Stretch, head of FX strategy at CIBC weighs in on the bank's options when it comes to a potential sovereign bond-buying program.
Last week, Fitch Ratings downgraded Russia's credit rating to 'BBB-'. Paul Rawkins, head of emerging Europe sovereign ratings at Fitch, explains that recent events such as the rapid decline in the oil price and the volatility of the Russian ruble contributed to the downgrade.
France is set to deploy 10,000 soldiers on their home soil after the recent terror attacks. CNBC's Hadley Gamble reports on the latest developments in Paris and how Europe needs to increase its level of security.
Could Uber have an IPO during 2015? Alex Wood, editor in chief at Tech City News, gives his thoughts and discusses wearable technology.
Discussing the hostage situations in France, CNBC's Hadley Gamble reports that it has been confirmed that the Kouachi brothers responsible for the Charlie Hebdo shootings and the gunman involved in the kosher supermarket siege have been killed.
While the U.S. nonfarm payrolls report beat expectations, wage figures disappointed. Themis Themistocleous, head European investment office at UBS, says that they expect the U.S. Federal Reserve to raise interest rates around the middle of 2015.
Shell is definitely a choice for investors as the most "defensive" oil services stock currently says Jason Gammel, oil equities analyst at Jefferies.
As the investigation into the "Charlie Hebdo" magazine shootings continues, CNBC's Hadley Gamble reports about the latest whereabouts of the two main suspects.
European stocks surged to close almost 3 percent higher after European Central Bank President Mario Draghi reiterated on Thursday that the central bank was ready to start "full-blown" quantitative easing.
Tesco shares soar as it works on a new turnaround, on the same day that Marks & Spencer's drops due to poor Christmas sales. Guy Grainger, U.K. CEO of Jones Lang LaSalle, discusses.
CNBC's Catherine Boyle reports on what is in-store for Tesco during 2015.
As the investigation into the "Charlie Hebdo" magazine shootings continues, CNBC's Hadley Gamble reports about what we currently know about the two main suspects.
Discussing the recent attacks on the magazine "Charlie Hebdo" offices, Crispin Hawes, managing director at Teneo Intelligence, says that while Western countries may see these cartoons as "legitimate self-expression," this wouldn¿t be accepted elsewhere.
Discussing the recent attacks on the magazine "Charlie Hebdo" offices, Crispin Hawes, managing director at Teneo Intelligence, says that when events like these happen, some individuals may sympathise and find that copycat attacks do become "attractive."
This year, drones have taken over the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas. CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports more.