U.S. stock futures pointed to a higher open Tuesday as investors digested second-quarter earnings.
The British pound could be showing signs of a false dawn, according to currency analysts, who suggest that a recent rally could soon give way to more bouts of heavy selling.
The terror attack in Nice on Thursday has underlined the continued problems facing governments and officials despite a major increase in security.
With fresh new faces arriving, a clearer picture has emerged of what the negotiations between the EU and the U.K. could look like.
U.S. Treasury yields spiked Friday after the June jobs report easily beat expectations.
Western nations should not consider revoking tough economic sanctions against Russia, according to the deputy prime minister of Ukraine.
The citizens of Italy will vote to leave the euro zone after an impending recession, according to Societe Generale's bearish strategist, Albert Edwards.
One investment bank has just given an even more generous prediction for the future price of the precious metal.
The U.K. economy will be negatively affected by the country's vote to leave the EU, according to a new CNBC survey of chief financial officers.
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