Greece's Supreme Court judge Vassiliki Thanou was named the head of a caretaker government to lead Greece to elections expected next month.» Read More
After April’s weak jobs report, investors will scrutinize each piece of economic data for a read on whether the economy's soft patch is temporary or the start of something more troubling.
Sunday will bring elections in both France and Greece. Here's your trading strategy.
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Ratings agency Fitch is not likely to downgrade the credit ratings of the U.S. before the November elections but the world’s biggest economy definitely needs to tackle its debt problem, Paul Taylor, president and chief executive officer of Fitch Group, told CNBC on Friday.
Jobs data and elections curb risk appetite and Australia is downbeat - it's time for your FX Fix.
Elections in Greece on Sunday could throw the country into disarray once more, unsettling investors who believed that a deal struck earlier this year to restructure the country’s debt and avert a default marked the end of a major chapter in the euro zone debt crisis.
Greece needs to see consensus among the various political factions and to renegotiate its bailout to return to markets and build a long-term program of economic growth, according to the President of the Athens Chamber of Commerce.
European shares are seen opening the day lower as concerns that the closely watched labor market data out of the U.S. will show only modest improvement.
Many countries finance their Olympic competitors, but not the United States, where athletes fund their own training.
A look at the how the global markets are moving ahead of the closing bell, with Joseph Greco, Meridian Equity Partners and John Brady, R.J. O'Brien; and CNBC's Bob Pisani.
Manufacturing reports suggest Europe could slide into recession without the rest of the world, creating fallout for the euro.
Whole Foods shares surge to all-time highs after the company reported positive Q2 EPS and increased its earnings forecast. The FMHR traders share their plays on the company.
Repairing the economy and regulating banks is “the biggest challenge the Bank [of England] has faced for decades,” Sir Mervyn King said on Wednesday in a speech in which he conceded for the first time he should have “shouted from the rooftops” about risks before the financial crisis.
The chief executive of Societe Generale, Frederic Oudea, warned Socialist party French presidential candidate Francios Hollande against any move to break up the French banking system on Thursday as the financial institution announced first quarter earnings that declined from a year earlier.
Spain's crisis is one of private, not public debt, and arguably has its roots far more in the inappropriate monetary policy applied from Frankfurt during the key 2002 to 2006 period than in any failure in the application of the EU Stability and Growth Pact.
European shares are seen opening higher Thursday with the European Central Bank’s interest rate decision a major focus for markets.
The European Central Bank is meeting Thursday, and this strategist has a trading plan - sort of.
Mort Zuckerman, Boston Properties chairman and CEO discusses the trade on REITs and his perspective on U.S. job growth.
Standard & Poor’s rating agency upgraded Greece’s long-term credit rating from 'selective default' to sub-investment grade triple-C on Wednesday, citing the country's recently-completed bond swap.
Spain should be restructuring its debt right now, Matthew Lynn, founder of Strategy Economics, told CNBC's "European Closing Bell," suggesting a 50 percent haircut on Spanish sovereign debt holdings now in order to get the country back on track.