George Kakarelidis, senior lecturer at the Technological Educational Institute of Patras, says the Greek coalition government has one purpose only: to try to renegotiate Greece's bailout terms.» Read More
The U.K's air traffic control announces it has restricted flights in and around London due to a computer failure, CNBC's Louisa Bojesen reports.
Ukraine is still on the radar of international investors, according to a minister, and has only a "minimal" risk of defaulting.
Google is planning to close its Russian engineering operations, amid growing disquiet at technology companies about new Russian internet laws.
The Swiss central bank kept its rates steady today. Thomas Jordan, Chairman of Swiss National Bank talked to CNBC, explaining its reasons.
Funding Circle is one of the U.K.'s biggest peer-to-peer lending fund platforms. Samir Desai, CEO of Funding Circle, discusses how it benefits investors and consumers.
With Norway's central bank cutting its key policy rate by 25 basis points, Øystein Olsen, governor of the central bank of Norway discusses why now and how oil has impacted Norway's economy.
After Greece's snap election announcement, Karen Olney, head of European thematic strategy at UBS, discusses the economic risks associated with Greece and Europe; and how that could change in 2015.
Russia's Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev discusses the possibility of a budget review in 2015, and how western sanctions are impacting the economy.
European shares closed lower on Wednesday, continuing its declining trend as Greek political fears and slumping oil prices weigh.
The swift drop in oil will be beneficial for consumers, says Arnaud Gandon, chief investment officer at Heptagon Capital. He says it is usual for this commodity to see "extreme" volatility at times.
With prices plummeting, Andrew Goldberg, global market strategist at JP Morgan Asset Management, discusses how low oil could go in the run up to 2015.
A further $15 billion may be needed to bailout struggling Ukraine, which seems ever closer to economic disaster.
Greek economist Elena Panaritis discusses how Greece's citizens feel about the prospect of snap elections.
European shares closed sharply lower on Tuesday as a slide in the oil price and Chinese and U.S. equities weighed on investor sentiment.
Petro Poroshenko, President of Ukraine, was asked by CNBC if the withdrawal of foreign troops was still a key condition of a ceasefire.
Tesco has issued another profit warning, but CEO Dave Lewis says he is "quietly optimistic". Bruno Monteyne, an analyst at Bernstein, discusses.
The "cloud" is here to stay and tech group Rackspace is focusing on service leadership and hybrid solutions, says Taylor Rhodes, CEO.
A new Deloitte report states that the top 1000 medium-sized business contribute more than 9 percent to U.K.'s economy. Chris Gentle, head of Insight at Deloitte UK discusses the report, saying two thirds of these companies are outside of London and the South East.
Israel and Cyprus' natural gas pipeline proposal has been "gaining momentum" due to Southstream pipeline being scrapped says CNBC's Hadley Gamble.
European shares closed lower on Monday, with construction stocks continuing to weigh heavily after Wall Street opened down.