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Siemens CEO has defended the company's decision to enter the U.S. shale space last year, as the group reported a steep drop in profit.
The U.K.'s economic growth slowed more than expected in the fourth quarter of 2014, as the euro zone's troubles weigh.
Sweden's Ericsson reported weaker-than-expected fourth-quarter earnings due to a drop in investment by telecoms operators in North America.
Following confirmation of a large-scale bond-buying program in Europe last week, the thinking is that if the ECB will be buying, so will we.
Novartis forecast sales and profits to grow at a faster pace this year driven by recent drug successes and its portfolio overhaul.
After Switzerland's surprise move to unpeg its franc, speculators are eyeing Denmark's currency peg, but the Danes likely won't follow suit, analysts say.
The most unpopular man in Greece appears to have won enough votes to become a new member of the Greek parliament.
Scott Minerd of Guggenheim Partners thinks quantitative easing in Europe could work, but not for the reason you might think.
Standard & Poor's on Monday downgraded Russia's sovereign credit rating to to BB+ from BBB-.
Greece's elections could signal a shift in the Old Continent's economic policies, CNBC's Jim Cramer said Monday.
Greece new government, the anti-austerity Syriza, has heightened fears about its economy. But it may not be time to panic – yet.
Euro zone officials are ready to discuss Greece’s debt burden with Syriza — but only if the anti-austerity party sticks to bailout conditions.
A victorious Syriza looks to have formed a coalition government with an unlikely ally: the right-wing Independent Greeks party.
The price of the Russian ruble fell sharply against the U.S. dollar Monday after fighting increased in the eastern part of Ukraine.
IAG approach on Aer Lingus looks set to land safely after the Irish flag-carrier said it is considering a deal to shareholders.
The euro may be the Charlie Brown of currencies. Like the comic character, it's under a cloud of negatives, with analysts tipping further downside.
Pro-Moscow rebels, backed by what NATO says is the open participation of Russian troops, pressed on with their offensive on Sunday.
Older people might be more technology savvy than you thought—at least when it comes to banking.
German business sentiment rose in January, according to a survey by the influential Ifo institute for economic research.
The U.K. said it was reviewing security procedures after a drunk hoax caller was put through to Prime Minister David Cameron.
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Heathrow has been dethroned by Dubai International as the busiest international air hub. Paul Griffiths, CEO of Dubai Airports, says that "long term vision" is the key to Dubai's city growth and therefore its air traffic.
Crispin Hawes, managing director at Teneo Intelligence talks about the tensions that have been rising in Yemen, saying that this will be a "painful headache" for the new Saudi Arabian king.
CNBC's Rick Santelli talks about the disappointing data about durable goods and how the U.S. Federal Reserve is involved.