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James Ashley, Senior Economist at RBC Capital Markets says while Germany's economic fundamentals are strong, the external environment is impacting its growth.
Michael McCarthy, Chief Market Strategist at CMC Markets says that current official forecasts indicating a strong euro zone recovery are wildly optimistic.
The world's second-biggest holder of gold reserves, Germany, is planning to bring home some of its gold held in New York and Paris - a move that would mark a breakdown of trust between the world's major central banks, analysts said.
Mariano Rajoy has called on Germany and other creditor countries in the euro zone to do more to stimulate growth, arguing that a switch to a more expansionary policy would boost economic recovery across the single currency area. The Financial Times reports.
Goldman Sachs backed down on Tuesday on its plan to delay paying U.K. bonuses in order to benefit from an imminent cut in the top personal tax rate.
Joel Stainton, head of research and trading strategy at SEB Futures, joined CNBC for a technical look at copper, sterling 1-year, and the EU economy.
CNBC's Simon Hobbs reports on all the market moving events in Europe today, including the German economy growing 0.7 percent in 2012 versus growth of 3 percent in 2011.
Former Italian prime minister Silvio Berlusconi said on Tuesday he would back Mario Draghi if the head of the European Central Bank was proposed as the country's next president.
Latin American markets have been a prime target for Spanish companies because of their language advantage, and giants such as Telefonica and Banco Santander have increased their exposure there to compensate for problems in their domestic market.
CNBC's Kelly Evans reports the latest market action from around the globe, including Italy's plans to tap the debt market for the first time in two years, with a new 15-year bond.
Silvio Berlusconi's center-right coalition is making rapid gains ahead of next month's elections, the latest polls suggest, increasing the possibility that even if the center-left wins as expected it may not be able to form a table Italian government.
Protests, a mutiny among politicians calling for the prime minister's resignation, billions in bad debt, and an economic recovery on hold — just a few of the challenges facing Slovenia.
One of the most recognizable buildings in London has seen substantial interest from buyers, as its latest developers try to create an 8 billion pounds ($12.9 billion) “new town center” south of the Thames.
Karen Cho takes you through the European market open, with stocks sliding into negative territory.
There will be no chance of a financial transactions tax, a short-selling ban, or any other business-unfriendly measure being implemented here if the U.K. is not in the EU. That is a strong reason to suspect that the City would thrive outside of the EU, Professor Moorad Choudhry writes.
Disguises, pseudonyms and Hitler's salute were all part of one man's secret mission to infiltrate Europe’s far-right scene, the Global Post reports.
John Wraith, fixed income strategist at BofA Merrill Lynch Global Research, tells CNBC that in the first week of the year there was a big move away from safe havens into riskier assets., but investors are still uncertain.
The German government expects economic growth of 0.5 percent this year, business daily Handelsblatt said on Tuesday, citing a report due to be published after cabinet discussions on Wednesday, down from an earlier estimate of 1.0 percent.
Mark Matthews, Head of Research Asia at Bank Julius Baer says things are turning around in Europe right now with key markets like Germany back up to its peak and listed companies in France looking attractive.
Bitcoin fans learnt that one of the virtual currency's exchanges will enforce customer verification checks from Thursday.
Google is challanging Apple's iPhone with MotoX, the FT reports.
The recent move by the Swiss government to allow banks to sidestep secrecy laws won't prevent them from depositing money in the country.
Jose Vinals, director of the Monetary and Capital Markets department at the IMF, stresses that while Europe has started to recover, more needs to be done on fiscal policy and banking regulations.
Morten E. Astrup, founding partner at Storm Capital Management, explains that the Norwegian high-yield market is outperforming its U.S. counterpart and should continue to do so for another couple years.
Marcus Ashworth, head of fixed income at Espirito Santo Investment Bank, says that while Italy's Prime Minister Letta is in a strong position, there will be "constant scares" as the economy remains a real problem.