Spriha Srivastava is the lead blog writer for World Markets Live at CNBC International, managing the coverage of the European trading day and breaking news for CNBC's live blog. She also writes regular news stories covering various aspects of macroeconomics across Europe and emerging markets for CNBC.com. She was previously a senior staff writer, Money Management at the Financial Times where she covered personal finance. Prior to that, Spriha spent four years at Thomson Reuters where she was one of the moderators for Global Markets Forum, a live forum for market professionals.
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Our live blog tracked market reaction after the White House stated that US President Donald Trump and the Japanese prime minister Shinzo Abe have agreed to cooperate to enhance sanctions against North Korea.
Our live blog tracked market reaction on reports that OPEC oil ministers agree to extend production cuts for 9 months.
Our live blog tracked market reaction as House Democrats asked Deutsche Bank to show whether loans made to Trump were backed by Russia.
Our live blog tracked reaction as 22 people were killed and at least 59 injured after a bomb was detonated in Manchester, England.
Technology companies in India are in the midst of a massive restructuring drive that has employees worried over the future of the sector.
Our live blog tracked reaction as U.S. stock markets opened higher for a third session in a row.
Our live blog tracked reaction as U.S. crude topped $50 for the first time since mid-April.
Our live blog is tracked reaction as a scandal involving Brazil's president dragged on stocks across South America.
Our live blog tracked market reaction as Vladimir Putin said he can prove Trump did not pass secrets to Russia but investors flew to safety.
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F1 experts discuss whether the quieter engine sounds are making the sport less attractive.
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S&P chief global economist Paul Sheard says the stock and bond markets have been primed to wade through both positive & negative headlines