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European stocks moved higher Tuesday, as investors monitored heightened Brexit uncertainty and awaited the Federal Reserve's latest monetary policy meeting.
Germany seems to be obsessed with the idea of creating a national banking champion.
The prospect of Britain leaving the EU without a deal could be "terrific" for emerging markets, according to fund manager Mark Mobius.
Media reports have suggested that the German government, which owns 15 percent of Commerzbank, is backing the deal – even though it could cause a multi-billion euro financial hole.
European stocks were slightly higher on Monday, amid mounting speculation the U.S. Federal Reserve could sound decidedly dovish at its policy meeting later this week.
Russian tycoon Oleg Deripaska said on Sunday that Moscow and Washington are more interested in "muscle-flexing" than improving their relationship.
Deutsche Bank and Commerzbank on Sunday confirmed they were in talks to possibly merge, an indication that efforts to combine Germany's two largest lenders are gaining pace.
Irish whiskey has found a thriving market in the U.S. as the industry capitalizes on beer's decline and millennials' appetite for higher quality alcohol.
Churning out an astounding 1,900 horsepower, Ferrari's Pininfarina Battista is one of the most powerful automobiles ever produced. It also happens to be all electric, one of a score of battery-based vehicles debuting at this week's Geneva Motor Show.
The automaker offered voluntary separation programs for employees in Germany and the UK to help accelerate its plant to improve performance in the region, where Ford has struggled.
Europe should recognize the value of regional authorities, according to the president of one of Italy's most economically powerful regions.
Wetherspoons founder Tim Martin discusses the economic impact of Brexit and changing trends in the food industry.
Tim Martin, founder of British pub chain JD Wetherspoon, discusses the company's 2018 earnings and British politics.
Attilio Fontana, governor of Lombardy, says the Italian region of Lombardy is booming despite slowdowns in the rest of Italy and Europe.
European stocks closed higher for the week as Britain's departure from the European Union took a step back from "No Deal."
The SEC alleged in a court filing that Volkswagen "perpetrated a massive fraud" and repeatedly lied to U.S. investors in connection with the so-called dieselgate scandal.
The automaker said the agency is 'piling on' and that the agency's complaint is without merit.
U.K. lawmakers have voted in favor of seeking a delayed departure from the EU, marking another step in a political crisis that has ripped through the heart of Westminster.
U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May hopes it will be a case of third time lucky next week, when the embattled Conservative Party leader brings her Brexit deal to Parliament yet again.
The vote on whether to seek an extension to "Article 50" comes after U.K. Members of Parliament (MPs) rejected Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit deal and also blocked the prospect of a no-deal departure.