Op-Ed: British Prime Minister Theresa May holds the keys to making America great again.
Banks pulling out of the U.K. would not impact Europe's financial stability, according to a top official at Germany's central bank.
Markets across the globe are on a cautious footing as the countdown to President-elect Donald Trump’s inauguration begins.
DAVOS, Switzerland— In a story Jan. 19 about the World Economic Forum, The Associated Press reported erroneously that WTO director-general Roberto Azevedo said Britain would leave the trade body once it exits the European Union. Roberto Azevedo, director-general of the World Trade Organization, said it's not inevitable that Britain will rejoin the body that...
*Weaker euro, steady Algeria/ Mideast demand help EU exports. *Germany set for good run after brisk start for Romania, UK. PARIS, Jan 20- A weaker euro and healthy demand from importers such as Algeria are helping the European Union clear a reduced export surplus, while currency and logistical headwinds limit competition from big U.S. and Russian crops.
Brexit, elections in Europe and the uncertainty surrounding a Donald Trump presidency are causes for concern; Nordea's CEO.
ECB executive board member Benoît Coeuré says the European Union doesn’t need Donald Trump to be strong and united, the EU needs to be united anyway.
Thiel has not confirmed the appointment but, according to the newspaper, the announcement could take place within days.
Jacob Kirkegaard, Peterson Institute for International Economics, says that Draghi feels that has the backing of Germany's Angela Merkel.
Jim Rickard, Strategic Intelligence, weighs in on the ECB's next move under Draghi and Eurozone inflation.
Francois Hollande does not want to chair the European Council when he steps down as French president in May, aides said on Thursday.
SOROS SAYS POLITICAL ELITE NEEDS TO RECOGNIZE THAT' THEY ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR THE BREAKDOWN OF THE EUROPEAN UNION'.
U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May discusses the impact - and benefits - of globalization.
BRUSSELS, Jan 19- European Union lawmakers rejected on Thursday an EU blacklist of ten countries at risk of facilitating money laundering or terrorist financing on the grounds that the list is too short and needs to be expanded to include tax havens. North Korea, Iran, Afghanistan, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Iraq, Laos, Syria, Uganda, Vanuatu and Yemen are in the latest...
PORTLAND, Maine— Sweden isn't giving up on a long-running battle with the U.S. and Canada over lobsters that have turned up in Swedish waters. Officials with Sweden told The Associated Press that their country is working on a new proposal about how to deal with American lobsters that have turned up. Sweden had wanted the European Union to consider a ban of imports...
Central bank president argues the increased inflation rates were not yet a convincing trend for the ECB to amend its monetary policy.
BRUSSELS— European Union lawmakers have rejected a proposed blacklist of countries at risk of money laundering and terror financing because it is too limited. The EU's executive Commission has put Afghanistan, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Guyana, Iraq, Laos, Syria, Uganda, Vanuatu and Yemen on the list. The Bahamas was one place mentioned.
DAVOS, Switzerland, Jan 19- British finance minister Philip Hammond warned the European Union on Thursday that Britain would find other ways to remain competitive after Brexit if it did not strike a comprehensive trading deal with the bloc. But Hammond, who is keen to show Davos that Britain is "open for business", said while the government did not want to leave the...
Irish Taoiseach Enda Kenny discusses his country's relationship with the U.K.
U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May declared Britain would remain open for business when speaking in Davos, Switzerland on Thursday.