Rising oil prices may see the ECB upgrade its inflation forecast when it meets on Thursday, while striving to keep the door open for more monetary policy loosening. » Read More
Lufthansa has cancelled its flights to Venezuela in the latest sign of the country’s growing isolation and economic, social and political turmoil.
Greece has told its creditors it cannot implement some of the extra changes sought in exchange for fresh bailout loans.
Giphy is a revenue-less three-year-old start-up and all it does is curate and allow users to search for GIFs. So why is it worth $300 million?
2016 was billed as the year emerging markets (EM) would make a comeback, but some analysts say the years of stunning growth in developing economies are over.
Former Zurich Insurance Chief Executive Martin Senn has died after committing suicide, the company said on Monday.
DAF, Daimler, Iveco, Scania, MAN and Volvo/Renault set to be punished for price-fixing and delaying new emission technologies, the FT reports.
Wolfgang Schaeuble said that the ECB's responsibility for the entire euro zone meant the institution was not implementing the best monetary policy for Germany.
Presidential candidates will roll out their economic platforms, but much of it is pure wishful thinking.
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St. Louis Federal Reserve President James Bullard said global markets appear to be "well-prepared" for a summer interest rate hike from the Fed.
Iraq will supply 5 million barrels of extra crude to its partners in June, industry sources familiar with the issue said.
Gold fell below $1,200 on Monday, as comments from Fed chief Janet Yellen on the likelihood of higher rates sent the dollar to two-month highs.
Around AUD $16 million worth of confiscated bitcoins will be auctioned in Sydney next month, as demand for the digital currency surged.
Floyd "Money" Mayweather posted a mock-up poster on Instagram on Monday teasing a fight between himself and Conor McGregor on pay-per-view.
Workers in Sweden are proving that a shortened workday may actually be more productive. That may not work in the U.S., says Annie Perrin.
The specter of bankruptcy is hanging over a major part of South Korea's economy, further threatening the country's stagnant growth.
Families that do business together may not necessarily stay together, as these high-profile fights demonstrate.
Troubled commodities trading firm Noble Group said its chief executive Yusuf Alireza had quit for "family reasons."
Data releases from China, Australia and Japan this week will provide a snapshot of economic health in Asia Pacific.
Shinzo Abe said he would delay a sales tax hike scheduled for next April by two and a half years, a senior ruling party official said.
Unlike consumer-facing payment apps like Apple Pay, Adyen works on the back-end and is a business-to-business product.
Analysts are questioning whether the U.S. shale oil industry can ever boom again.
Demonstrators threaten to paralyze France when it hosts the 2016 UEFA European Championship soccer tournament next month.
CNBC Meets hosted a special event in New York, speaking to a panel of celebrities and business leaders including Richard Branson and Ashley Judd on their philanthropic goals and aspirations.
Dolly Parton has formally opened the doors of the latest addition to her growing Dollywood theme park empire, the "DreamMore" resort.
Tania Bryer speaks to fashion designer Diane von Furstenberg about her extraordinary life.
The weekly dollar index chart shows several interesting patterns. On balance, the bias is towards renewed dollar strength.
The steps being taken by the currency pair lead downward, which is great for short-side traders but not so encouraging for Abe.
The euro/yen pair continues relentlessly and inevitably towards 120, according to Daryl Guppy.