Silvia Amaro is a Digital Reporter for CNBC in London. She joined the team in October 2016 after reporting on European macro economics for two years in Brussels. Previously, she graduated from City University London with a BA in Journalism.
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European bourses hovered around the flat line this Monday morning as investors eyed troubles in the London Stock Exchange-Deutsche Boerse merger.
The euro zone might be clouded by political uncertainty with fears of populist victories in key elections across the bloc. But Deutsche Bank says none of these risks should end up materializing.
More than 2,500 French expats gathered in central London on Tuesday evening to listen to Emmanuel Macron, the centrist candidate for the presidential election.
European markets finished Monday's trade mostly higher, after investors digested a raft of earnings and fresh economic data.
European markets closed mixed on Friday, pausing for breath after a strong rally at the start of the week.
European markets closed lower on Thursday as investors paused for breath after fresh record closes on Wall Street in the previous session.
France's conservative presidential hopeful has asked prosecutors to drop investigations into misused public funds arguing they do not have the competency to undertake the task.
Global stocks have pushed to new highs, outdoing previous records set in 2015, driven by strong economic data in the U.S. and comments by the Federal Reserve on the future path of interest rates.
European bourses closed higher on Wednesday after Fed Chair Janet Yellen hinted at a possible rate hike next month.
Global hotelier Hyatt is to launch a new global advertising campaign during this Sunday's Oscars' broadcast on ABC, focusing on moments of understanding around the world.
In an effort to keep TV and online audiences happy, Viacom's Comedy Central channel is running branded content spots
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CNBC looks at how the computer systems in F1 cars have made their way into regular vehicles.
FIA President Jean Todt discusses his start with the Ferarri team and the current problems facing F1.
F1 experts discuss whether the quieter engine sounds are making the sport less attractive.
CNBC's Landon Dowdy reports there was a major mess up at last night's Academy Awards after "La La Land" was incorrectly named Best Picture which was actually won by "Moonlight."
Bruce Kasman, Chief Economist at JP Morgan Chase, gives "Worldwide Exchange" his take on the markets following the Dow's record streak.
CNBC's Eunice Yoon on China's response to President Trump calling the country the "grand champions" of currency.