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It is too early to buy Turkish assets, despite the rout, Renaissance Capital said on Friday. Instead, it advocated investors look at Russia.
Prime Minister Theresa May said Britain needed to take time to determine its objectives before triggering Article 50.
The race for control of Labour Party narrowed after Angela Eagle withdrew, leaving incumbent Jeremy Corbyn up against Owen Smith.
Turkey vowed to root out allies of the U.S.-based cleric it blames for an abortive coup last week.
More than 400 Russian Olympic athletes will learn Tuesday whether they are banned from the Rio Summer Olympics, NBC News reported.
What happens to a country after a coup is far worse than rounding up people and trying to avoid the next one, Robert Amsterdam said.
Turkey is the only majority Muslim member of the NATO alliance. Here's a closer look at the country.
CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera focuses on the fallout after the military coup attempt in Turkey and the performance of the currency there, the lira.
Social media may have prevented the coup in Turkey from succeeding, experts told CNBC.
Some Turkish military members who participated in a coup against the government have fled to Greece are are seeking asylum, Greek officials say.
Turkey rounded up thousands of military personnel who were said to have taken part in an attempted coup, The NY Times reports.
Turkey's acting military chief said on Saturday that an attempted military coup had been crushed by forces loyal to the government in clashes in which dozens were killed.
French police arrested three people in Nice in connection with the probe into the Bastille day attack that killed at least 84 people.
Saudi Arabia welcomed on Friday the release of classified pages of the official report on the Sept. 11 attacks.
The truck that ran into a Bastille Day celebration in Nice, France, appeared to have been a well-planned attack, NBC News reports.
Britain's new finmin will have to steer an economy poised for a recession, as well as convince banks to stay in the U.K. post-Brexit.
Court documents revealed Amazon's complex methods of carving out competitive tax positions, Newsweek reported.
The UK has seen its own populist revolt, but that doesn't mean the country likes Donald Trump in the White House over Hillary Clinton.
The Philippines is content with a modest acknowledgment of its victory in an international court against China. This is probably a wise move.
Can countries “pick and choose” people when it comes to immigration? Ruchir Sharma, head of EM at Morgan Stanley and author of "The Rise and Fall of Nations", weighs in.
German business morale fell in July, a survey showed on Monday, suggesting company executives in Europe's largest economy have become less optimistic.
The Philippines' new president holds his first security council meeting Monday, and The Hague's ruling will be top of the agenda.
The world's leading economies will step up efforts to lift global economic growth and share the benefits more broadly.
U.S. stock-index futures pointed to a narrowly lower open on Monday, after closing higher for a fourth consecutive week on Friday.
U.S. Treasury bonds continued to decline on Monday, with yields creeping up towards levels reached around the Brexit vote on June 23.
European markets were slightly higher in morning trade on Monday, as investors trod cautiously amid another batch of corporate earnings.