German Chancellor Angela Merkel on Thursday said she believed Brexit talks were moving forward and dismissed the prospect of a breakdown.
Stephen Macklow-Smith, head of European equity strategy at JPMorgan Asset Management, speaks about the market reaction to politics in Europe.
Europe's largest economy is now at the beginning of one of the most difficult political processes in its post-war history.
Sven Balzer, senior investment strategist at Coutts, weighs in on a potential merger between Germany's Siemens and France's Alstom.
CNBC's Willem Marx updates on a dispute between French President Emmanuel Macron and Italian Prime Minister Paolo Gentiloni over the French STX shipyard.
Valentijn van Nieuwenhuijzen, chief investment officer at NN Investment Partners, weighs in on a potential merger between Siemens and Alstom.
The U.S. dollar hit five-week highs against the euro on Tuesday before the greenback gave back some gains as the move was seen as overdone.
The rise of Germany's far-right could hurt Europe's economy, and potentially cut Merkel's term in office short, analysts said.
German Chancellor Merkel's underperformance at the elections is likely to hinder Eurozone integration, says Mark McFarland of Union Bancaire Privée.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel's re-election will benefit Europe as she remains a force of stability, says Michael Strobaek, global CIO of Credit Suisse, adding that he's overweight on Europe.
Germany's Merkel faces challenging coalition talks as uncertainties loom for Europe, says Fredrik Erixon of the European Centre for International Political Economy.
The post of German finance minister, now held by Wolfgang Schauble, is likely up for grabs in coalition talks, says UBS Wealth Management's Paul Donovan.
Macron said he had not yet given up on convincing Trump to change his view of the nuclear deal between Iran and world powers.
The euro's future, just as was the case with its origin, crucially depends on a French-German agreement, Michael Ivanovitch writes.
Renault-Nissan announced on Friday that it plans to launch 12 new zero-emission electric vehicles by 2022
European stocks finished Tuesday mostly higher as investors took stock of the impact of Irma while North Korea tensions appeared to abate.
The upcoming federal election in Germany is not going to throw Brexit negotiations off course, but the U.K. needs to face the reality that Brexit is not the greatest priority for the EU, according to the head of the European Stability Mechanism (ESM).
European markets ended higher on Thursday, as the European Central Bank (ECB) left rates unchanged.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel is the "right person" to protect the European project throughout Brexit negotiations, a key political ally told CNBC.
North Korea's biggest nuclear test to date was condemned around the world on Sunday, with several leaders calling for new sanctions.