Quitting the EU would cost London its title as the financial services capital of Europe, City heavyweight Win Bischoff warned on Tuesday.
Top technician Carter Worth says this sector, and its biggest stock in particular, are fantastic bets right now.
JC O'Hara of FBN Securities and Tony Dwyer of Cannacord Genuity take opposing sides on the well-worn advice.
Defense spending in the Middle East and North Africa is set to hit nearly $1 trillion over the next seven years, a new report shows.
Major oil companies with interests in Russia scrambled Monday to respond to new U.S. sanctions against Russia.
The latest sanctions mark an intensification of the U.S.'s attempts to wound Russia economically over perceived intervention in Ukraine.
Former U.K. Prime Minister Tony Blair told CNBC that Russian President Vladimir Putin needs to know the U.S. and Europe mean business.
Pimco's former CEO and one-time heir apparent also tells CNBC he left the investment giant because he wanted to do something different.
As tensions over Ukraine continue to build, the risk of a flashpoint that could trigger violence between Russia and the West may be growing.
The new measures are aimed at stopping President Vladimir Putin from fomenting the rebellion in eastern Ukraine but hold off from broad measures that would hit Russia's economy.
A fresh wave of M&A activity is breaking across the Atlantic – but reactions to US companies buying up Europe's crown jewels have varied wildly.
Bayer CEO Marijn Dekkers told CNBC he did not feel a need to make acquisitions on Monday.
GE chief executive, Jeff Immelt, met French officials Monday to discuss the U.S. company's bid for Alstom amid news of a rival bid from Siemens of Germany.
Europe’s dependence on Russian gas has declined for years, but the standoff in Ukraine has Europe seeking alternatives.
Google says it has turned a corner in its pursuit of a car that can drive itself.
Bitcoin's price lost 14 percent over the weekend as BTC China confirmed that transactions have been affected by a clampdown from the Chinese government.
If Republicans don't nominate a center-right candidate for president in 2016, the back up plan may be Clinton, POLITICO's Ben White says.
House prices in the U.K. saw strong gains in April, with prices outside of the capital rising more than at any other time in the last decade.
The CFO of Russian telecoms company MTS said it is "too early" to judge the impact of the Ukraine crisis on its business.
Singapore has overtaken London as the largest clearing center for China's domestic currency outside of China and Hong Kong, according to SWIFT.
Hong Kong's worst protests in decades have hit its stocks and currency, and some expect longer-term economic repercussions.
Virgin Money, one of the upstart UK banks, is expected to announce plans to raise around $3.2 billion in an initial public offering this week.
Riot police advanced on tens of thousands of protesters in Hong Kong's Admiralty district on Sunday, and the stand-off continued Monday morning.
Expectations that the Fed will raise interest rates coupled with growth headwinds in Europe have pushed the U.S. dollar index higher.
Chinese stocks stormed higher in recent months, but charts indicate they may face a period of consolidation.
Gold fell on concerns that a strong dollar and improving economy could damp demand, and silver charts suggest that bullion may not regain upward momentum soon.