Europe Video

Philippe Legrain, author of European Spring, says the European Union needs a "dynamic" leader to reshape the institutions.

Has Brazil missed its World Cup free kick?  Wed, 28 May '14 | 1:30 AM ET

Irene Mia, regional director for Latin America and the Caribbean at the Economist Intelligence Unit, discusses Brazil's World Cup headache as it grapples with civil unrest and infrastructure issues.

Can South Africa boost its growth?  Tue, 27 May '14 | 11:35 AM ET

Peter Attard Montalto, emerging market economist at Nomura International, discusses South Africa and says that the growth outlook for the medium-term is not particularly "rosy."

How to position for higher inflation  Tue, 27 May '14 | 11:30 AM ET

Stephane Deo, global head of asset allocation at UBS, explains how best to invest in a higher inflation environment, and why he favors equities over fixed income.

Capitalism has 'triumphed': Summers  Tue, 27 May '14 | 11:07 AM ET

The capitalist system has triumphed and has proven to be "remarkably resilient" says Lawrence Summers, former U.S. Treasury Secretary.

European market closes slightly higher  Tue, 27 May '14 | 11:30 AM ET

European shares closed slightly higher on Tuesday, as the U.K.'s FTSE Index rose after being closed for a public holiday and other bourses took a breather from their rally on Monday.

Coming up on Access Middle East  Mon, 26 May '14 | 7:00 PM ET

CNBC's Yousef Gamal El-Din sits down for an exclusive interview with Mohamed Elnawawy, CEO of Telecom Egypt.

'Not that excited' about ECB rate cut: Posen  Tue, 27 May '14 | 5:30 AM ET

A deposit rate cut by the ECB won't do much, says Adam Posen, president of the Peterson Institute for International Economics. He also discusses how the ECB is trying to address the lack of credit available for small businesses across Europe.

How to invest in Latin America  Tue, 27 May '14 | 5:20 AM ET

Juan Sartori, founder and president at Union Group, discusses investing in Latin America, and says early stage investments in smaller economies such as Colombia, Paraguay and Uruguay are quite attractive.

What's the outlook for IPOs?  Tue, 27 May '14 | 5:00 AM ET

William Vereker, head of corporate client solutions for EMEA at UBS, discusses the IPO market, and says recent growth is due to greater confidence and easy access to capital.

Gold: Take a look at the Ivory Coast  Tue, 27 May '14 | 4:45 AM ET

John McGloin, executive chairman at Amara Mining, explains that mining gold in the Ivory Coast in Africa is cheap because of "phenomenal¿ infrastructure and the governmental backing.

Egypt: Election results are 'skewed'  Tue, 27 May '14 | 4:20 AM ET

Anthony Skinner, head of MENA at Maplecroft, discusses the Egyptian elections and points out that a significant segment of the population is boycotting the vote.

The future of food: A meatless one?  Thu, 22 May '14 | 7:00 PM ET

With the global population increasing rapidly, technology is transforming the way we think about food. Industrial Revolutions takes a look how.

Pfizer's CEO, Ian Read, has issued a statement criticizing AstraZeneca and the U.K. government. However, the U.S. giant still has at least three months to woo shareholders, CNBC's Catherine Boyle reports.

Buy periphery bonds on the dips: Pro  Tue, 27 May '14 | 4:00 AM ET

Yannick Naud, portfolio manager at Sturgeon Capital, says the main impact of the EU election will be on domestic politics and advises buying periphery bonds on the dips.

Jonny Forsyth, global drinks analyst at Mintel, says craft beer companies could be open to takeovers from bigger beverage firms.

Stephen Cecchetti, professor at the Brandeis International Business School, discusses what policy tools the European Central Bank could use at its next meeting.

Bonds are 'overbought', buy equities: Pro  Tue, 27 May '14 | 3:03 AM ET

Ian Harnett, global strategist at Absolute Strategy Research, says it is time to switch out of bonds and into equities.

Dollar is a 'value trade': Pro  Tue, 27 May '14 | 2:00 AM ET

Charlie Morris, head of absolute return at HSBC Global Asset Management, says at some point the dollar will "snap" and push higher against sterling.

Detecting illnesses...before symptoms occur  Sun, 25 May '14 | 7:00 PM ET

Illumina claims it has the most technically-advanced genome sequencing system in the world and could revolutionize health care in the future. CNBC goes to Cambridge, U.K. to investigate.

Using the cloud to improve health care  Sun, 25 May '14 | 7:00 PM ET

Microsoft is developing a cloud application that measures biometric and environmental data to forecast illness. This has the potential to increase productivity in health care but also save providers billions of euros.

Manufacturing DNA to cure illnesses  Sun, 25 May '14 | 7:00 PM ET

CNBC visits researchers in Oxford, U.K., who are working on slowing or restoring the loss of sight by creating healthy DNA for the human retina.

Europe opens mixed; UK's FTSE plays catch-up  Tue, 27 May '14 | 3:00 AM ET

European shares opened mixed on Tuesday as markets take a breather after Monday's rally, although the U.K.'s FTSE 100 is set to open higher after a public holiday.

IPO window is 'narrowing': Pro  Tue, 27 May '14 | 2:30 AM ET

Edward Bibko, head of capital markets for EMEA at Baker & McKenzie LLP, says deal fatigue is settling into the IPO market.

Bank of Mexico governor on 'currency war'  Tue, 27 May '14 | 2:25 AM ET

Bank of Mexico governor Agustín Carstens says the country is not worried about a "currency war".

Richard Longdon, CEO of Aveva Group, says the company is "on the lookout" for acquisitions to strengthen its North America business.

Tana de Zulueta, head of mission at OSCE, says the Ukrainian elections "met international standards".

Short Italian bonds vs Spain: Pro  Tue, 27 May '14 | 1:45 AM ET

Anthony O'Brien, fixed income strategist at Morgan Stanley, says there is a case for being short on Italian versus Spanish bonds.

Tomas Fiala, CEO of Dragon Capital, says Ukraine's new government is the "most professional" the country has ever had.

Bank of Mexico governor on ECB policy  Tue, 27 May '14 | 1:25 AM ET

Bank of Mexico governor Agustín Carstens says unconventional monetary policy by the European Central Bank could have spillover effects on the global economy but anything to strengthen Europe is a positive.

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