Martin Schulz, president of the European parliament, has warned that revelations of tax evasion by major companies were leading to a loss of trust among the European public.» Read More
David Tepper, president & founder, Appaloosa Management, says the question you have to ask is what happens with the Fed when the unemployment rate comes down. They'll keep doing what they're doing till that happens, he adds.
The practice of short selling, betting that stock will fall to profit from the decline, has declined, according to research firm Markit, and this trend is much more pronounced in Europe than it is in the U.S.
A nexus of leaders lies behind Greece's crisis, say critics.
Steve Goldman, Managing Director, Kapstream Capital remains optimistic on corporate bonds. Speaking of Europe, he says that ECB action has helped reduce tail risks, leaving a benign environment for EU bonds.
A single apartment complex where 30 of 72 apartments are registered to offshore companies is expected to pay more than $4 million in taxes.
Spanish savers and pensioners who have seen their money wiped out by investing in state-rescued lender Bankia are likely to seek redress in court rather than wait for any official inquiry, which looks increasingly unlikely.
CNBC's Karen Cho takes you through the European market open on Monday 17th of December.
The French actor, accused by French government leaders of being "pathetic" and unpatriotic in trying to dodge taxes by buying a house over the border in Belgium, has hit back at politicians.
France's Constitutional Council said on Saturday it was overturning a 75 percent upper tax rate on income above 1 million euros ($1.32 million) due to be introduced in 2013 by the seven-month-old Socialist government.
Markets across Europe close mostly lower on "fiscal cliff" concerns, and CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera reports Mario Monti is expected to make an announcement this week on whether he intends to run for Prime Minister.
Elections, the economy and a looming debt crisis in the U.S. and Europe dominated headlines in 2012. What will take center stage in 2013? Washington Post's Ezra Klein and Yahoo! Finance's Mike Santoli make their predictions on what's ahead for Washington, Wall Street and around the world.
CNBC's Simon Hobbs reports on all the market moving events in Europe today, including France's final estimate of Q3 GDP.
Ross Westgate takes you through the European market open as stocks are open higher.
Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy said on Friday he did not rule out tapping the European Central Bank's bond-buying
Valentijn Van Nieuwenhuijzen, head of strategy at ING Investment Management, tells CNBC that Europe¿s periphery is relatively constructive with yields continuing to fall.
CNBC's Kelly Evans reports on all the market moving events from Europe, as stocks lose ground and hope fades there will be additional monetary easing in Japan and a "fiscal cliff" deal reached in the U.S.
For Ian Barlow, Britain's tax authority has gone from being fearsome to being really rather nice.
The official U.K. Libor manipulation report points the finger at five banks for helping UBS rig the rate. So which banks were they?
The UBS Libor settlement swings the spotlight on to the role of interdealer brokers in the burgeoning scandal, alleging that employees at these institutions actively "colluded" with rate-fixing efforts.
Ross Westgate takes you through the European market open, with stocks weighted to the downside.
Rallies have to end sometime for sure, but history suggests the current one doesn't have to end anytime soon.
The world's Top 50 hedge funds have added more to Boeing than any other stock, according to research firm FactSet.
The wealthy are back to pre-crisis boom years when it comes to their confidence, but why are some still sitting on cash?
What Warren Buffett once called "financial weapons of mass destruction" are firing again.
Economic growth in the Middle East and North Africa will moderate this year before recovering in 2014, the IMF said.
Former Prime Minister Mario Monti said he does not believe another Italian election will be called any time soon.
European shares closed higher on Wednesday, mirroring gains in the U.S. after Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke reiterated his commitment to maintaining loose monetary policy.
David Cameron, British prime minister, tells CNBC ahead of the EU Summit on tax fraud that he 'believes in low taxes for businesses' and highlights that international cooperation is crucial to tackle tax evasion.
What should investors do with equity markets at record highs? Here is a recap of trade tips from today.