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Economic Regions The European Union

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    Stephen Davies, CEO, Javelin Wealth Mgmt recommends having a well diversified portfolio as fixed income is overcrowded and interest rates remain low through next year.

  • European Stocks Post Gains

    CNBC's Kelly Evans reports Greek banks are leading European markets higher, as shares in the National Bank of Greece rose by eight percent.

  • EU Downturn Will Worsen in 2013: Pimco

    Pimco Head of European Portfolio Management Andrew Balls says growth in Europe will contract by up to 1.5 percent next year, with policymakers facing severe economic and political hurdles.

  • Models show Samsung Electronics Co's Android smartphones during the unveiling ceremony on February 4, 2010 in Seoul, South Korea.

    Korea's Samsung Electronics on Tuesday said it would drop law suits aimed at banning the sale of Apple products in Europe.

  • Sino - U.S. Trade Relations

    Kerry Brown, Executive Director, China Studies Center, University of Sydney discusses China's new foreign policy approach to the U.S. as Wang Qishan visits Washington.

  • Global Markets Update

    CNBC's Kelly Evans reports on all the market moving events from Europe, including

  • Short Eur Between 1.33 - 1.35

    Kathy Lien, Managing Director, BK Asset Management sees some weakness in the Euro-Dollar cross going into the new year, explaining why the 1.33 to 1.35 range is a good place to short the Euro.

  • Global Markets Update: Selloffs Across the Board

    CNBC's Kelly Evans reports on all the market moving events from Europe, including profit warnings and a big change in the government of Japan.

  • Global Markets: Draghi FT's 'Man of the Year'

    CNBC's Kelly Evans reports on all the market moving events from Europe, as the Shanghai Composite posts some of the biggest gains.

  • Europeans' reluctance to spend on travel and eating out slowed increases in the cost of living in the euro zone in November, and the economy's deteriorating power to generate jobs offered little chance for consumers to help in economic recovery.

  • Europe's leaders agreed to press on with further steps to shore up their finances and sustain momentum in tackling the debt crisis on Friday, a day after clinching a deal on banking supervision and approving long-delayed aid to Greece.

  • Euro to Benefit From Global Monetary Easing

    Axel Merk, President and Chief Investment Officer, Merk Investments said that the world is awash with money, and the euro will stand to benefit while the yen will be the biggest looser.

  • No Deal Better Than Poor Deal

    Jim McDonald, Chief Investment Strategist, Northern Trust Global Investments says that no fiscal cliff deal might be a better option than to pass through a poor proposal.

  • Global Markets: Weak Session For European Stocks

    CNBC's Kelly Evans reports on all the market moving events from Europe, as markets edged lower ahead of the next round of aid for Greece.

  • Fiscal Cliff is More a Media Event

    Timothy Riddell, Head of Global Markets Research, Asia, ANZ says that if we go over the fiscal cliff the treasury still has the flexibility to implement the changes.

  • Trading Around the Fiscal Cliff

    Michael Yoshikami, Founder & CEO, Destination Wealth Management says that individual investors have bailed from the markets and that current market action is mostly driven by institutional investors.

  • N. Korea Rocket Launch is A Renewed Threat for the U.S.

    Bruce Klingner, Senior Research Fellow, Northeast Asia, Heritage Foundation says North Korea's rocket launch is a renewed threat for the U.S. as Pyongyang could eventually build missiles that may reach American soil.

  • Expect a Fiscal Cliff Band-Aid, Not a Solution: Pro

    Michael Yoshikami, Founder & CEO, Destination Wealth Management says that with time running out, congress will likely come up with a fiscal cliff "band aid", rather a solution in two weeks' time.

  • Frankfurt, Germany

    Are the days of Germany cushioning the ongoing euro zone crisis fading? One researcher thinks so.

  • City of London

    The United Kingdom has never been the most ardent fan of the European Union. And is it any wonder? When it originally joined the "European Economic Community" just over 40 years ago, it had no idea that legislators based in Brussels would end up telling it that convicted prisoners must be allowed the vote, or that only certain types of bananas could be stocked in a supermarket.