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CNBC goes behind the scenes to bring you some of the highlights of the 85th Geneva International Motor Show.
Things could be about to get even tougher for Russians with rampant inflation meaning that more than half of their annual incomes could be spent on food.
The Russian car market could take up to five years to recover from the country's economic volatility, leaders in the global auto industry believe.
Stiff competition for its biggest drug and high research and development costs have pushed Merck to adopt a cautious outlook, the German firm said.
The European Banking Authority, Europe's banking watchdog, said it had decided not to run an EU-wide stress test this year.
Glencore took an impairment charge of $1.1 billion on lower commodity prices, as it posted a 2 percent fall in 2014 core profit.
A corpse near the Kremlin is the perfect symbolic backdrop, Russian media say, for the West to step up a campaign to vilify President Vladimir Putin.
The Russian people’s reaction to the death of Russian opposition politician Boris Nemtsov could shape Russia for decades.
Global investors are waiting with bated breath this month, as an expected 60 billion euros ($67 billion) is set to flood the euro zone's economy.
Euro zone countries are discussing a third bailout for Greece, Spain's economy minister said on Monday, but EU officials said there were no talks.
The president of Spanish region Catalonia could strain relations with the country's political elite further by calling a snap vote on independence.
Despite the improving backdrop for Europe's auto industry, manufacturers are keeping an eye on the uncertainty in Russia
Deflation eased in the euro zone in February, according to data from Eurostat on Monday, as the 19-country region awaits the ECB's QE program.
As Germany and the rest of euro zone tighten the screws on the Greek government, it alienated itself further from its neighbors this weekend.
Nearly four years after Rebekah Brooks left News Corp amid the phone-hacking scandal, the former head of News International is set for a return.
Warren Buffett, the billionaire investor who took a hit on Tesco shares last year, has compared the U.K. supermarket’s problems to cockroaches.
Luxembourg's finance minister told CNBC Monday that a system which allows companies to evade tax was unacceptable.
Russian real estate magnates, until recently among the top buyers of luxury property in the UAE, have retreated from the region amid ruble weakness.
Tens of thousands of Russians marched through central Moscow on Sunday in memory of murdered Kremlin critic Boris Nemtsov.
Spain's PM Mariano Rajoy hit back against Greek accusations that Spain and Portugal had led a conspiracy to topple the anti-austerity government.
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Salman Ahmed, global fixed income strategist at Lombard Odier Investment Managers, gives his reaction to the European Central Bank's meeting.
European equities ended higher on Thursday after the European Central Bank (ECB) set a start date for its bond-buying program and upped economic growth forecasts for the euro zone.
Maarten-Jan Bakkum, global emerging markets strategist at ING Investment Management, talks about China lowering its growth target for 2015.