With the development of new technology, the way construction sites operate is changing.
Some European and Chinese ETFs have been outperforming as the underlying countries get the coronavirus under control, analysts say.
"Hygge" is an important part of the Danish world view—and it has a lot to do with why Denmark does well in happiness rankings year after year.
One of the tools being discussed as a way to deal with the economic damage of the coronavirus pandemic is negative interest rates. CNBC's Tom Chitty looks at whether we'll ever be paid to borrow money.
The coronavirus has infected more than 8.34 million people around the world as of Thursday, killing at least 448,959 people.
Belgium had the worst response to the coronavirus crisis out of OECD countries, while New Zealand's response was the strongest, according to a new ranking.
The decision to exclude Sweden from the lifting of Nordic travel restrictions hurts, Foreign Minister Ann Linde told CNBC.
As the world's two largest economies lose ground, smaller nations shift up in the Institute for Management Development's new World Competitiveness Ranking.
The 27 EU leaders need to agree on the details of the stimulus plan before it is implemented and questions up for debate include: how much to borrow, what to fund and how to oversee it.
It comes at a time when the country has the highest coronavirus death rate in the world.
Sweden's Foreign Minister Ann Linde said the EU had cautioned against discriminating when opening borders.
The pandemic has forced world leaders to quickly deploy emergency financial measures in an effort to avoid a devastating economic collapse.
Sweden's decision to avoid a strict lockdown was not without controversy, but its chief epidemiologist says there are few things he would have done differently.
Torbjorn Wist, CFO of SAS, discusses the airline's position in the coronavirus crisis and its seeking of state aid to support the company through the pandemic.
The European Union's agency for disease control has said that the U.K. is among five countries in the region that are still not seeing a decline in new coronavirus cases.
Italy, Belgium and Portugal are reopening some business activities on Monday as they take their first tentative steps to lifting their coronavirus lockdowns.
Lars Green, CFO of Novozymes, discusses the Danish biotech firm's first-quarter earnings.
Sweden went against the grain by keeping public life as unrestricted as possible. Now, it says its strategy appears to be working.
The World Health Organization has identified six criteria for countries looking to slowly lift coronavirus lockdown measures.
Austria, the Czech Republic, Denmark and Norway have now all announced plans to slowly relax national lockdowns later this month.