Fred Kemple, Atlantic Council, and Eric Pelofsky, Washington Institute, discuss the markets while President Trump is in the Middle East this week. » Read More
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The euro currency leaped to a six-month high on Tuesday following strong production data and hawkish talk from European policymakers. » Read More
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U.S. President Donald Trump is visiting Europe for the first time since taking office at a time when the markets are worried about the sustainability of his presidency.
Donald Trump will find that Europe is increasingly confident on its politics and economy.
Publicis Groupe CEO Maurice Levy says French President Macron has not accepted any compromise with the populists or extremists, which is something that’s refreshing and good for Europe’s future.
There is hope in Europe since the election of incoming French President Emmanuel Macron, says the boss of advertising firm, Publicis Groupe.
Neither Russia nor the U.S. can be relied upon to stump up for Syria's hefty reconstruction bill, says the EU’s foreign policy chief.
Federica Mogherini, high representative of the Union for foreign affairs and security policy, talks about Europe’s relationship with the current U.S. administration.
With several elections already out of the way in Europe, Italy now presents the biggest political risk for markets and investors.
British Prime Minister Theresa May’s Conservative party is poised for a landslide victory in the upcoming U.K. election and a clear path through to Brexit negotiations, Citi Bank has said.
The US is setting a strong example that the UK must follow as it presses ahead with steel recycling, says Liberty House Group's founder.
Here's the topline on what you need to know as Iranians head to the polls on Friday to vote for their next President.
Sanjeev Gupta, executive chairman at Liberty House Group, says that the highest steel prices in the world are in the U.S., the U.K. and Australia.
Cobalt demand has soared in the past year as investors expect rapid growth in electric vehicle sector to generate a supply squeeze in 2017.
Nandini Ramakrishnan, global market analyst at JPMorgan Asset Management, speaks about political risk in Europe and Italy's potential to leave the euro zone.
EU's Competition Commissioner Margrethe Vestager told CNBC that Irish authorities are "taking too long" to get unpaid taxes from Apple.
Societe Generale's resident bear Albert Edwards has admitted to being caught off guard by continuously weak U.S. wage data.
Britain’s benchmark stock index has soared since the post-Brexit vote low it reached in June, yet some believe the momentum will soon fade.
The European Central Bank should not wait too long before paring back stimulus once it is convinced that inflation has recovered, and it could in theory increase rates early if necessary, ECB board member Benoit Coeure told Reuters.
In Europe, the path forward is further integration, but don't expect sudden changes, even though France has just elected a pro-European leader.
France's new president has unveiled his cabinet ministers on Wednesday afternoon, showing mixed political hues.
U.K. fintech firm Transferwise claimed its first operational profit today, six years after it was founded in London.