Lord (Norman) Lamont, former MP and former chancellor, talks about the political rhetoric surrounding the EU referendum debate, with specific comment on Boris Johnson and Donald Trump.
Our live blog tracked reaction as oil prices hit a 6-month high. Both Brent and WTI up after the Nigerian oil minister said production had fallen.
The U.S. economic outlook is "definitely looking good," San Francisco Federal Reserve Bank President John Williams said on Friday.
Should investors put money into European equities right now? Paras Anand, head of European equities at Fidelity International, explains why you should be selective, and how sentiment could shift in the future.
The results are in from CNBC’s quarterly survey of leading CFOs from across the globe, with specific comment on the EU referendum. CNBC’s Karen Tso walks you through the key details.
Nikos Pappas, Greek Minister, discusses Greece's upcoming debt deadline with the ECB and what his political party believes can happen in the country.
Germany economic growth more than doubled in Q1 2016, following a boost to domestic consumption that may have derived from the ECB's expansionary policy.
Our live blog tracked market moves after the U.S. retail sales in April recorded their biggest increase in a year, up 1.3 percent.
Having secured a deal with Viacom’s Logo, U.S. Eurovision enthusiasts can tune in to Logo this May 14, to watch the song contest in all its brightly-colored glory.
Carles Puigdemont, president of Catalonia, discusses the possibility of Brexit and says it would be an important loss to the European Union.
European car sales rose 9 percent in April, industry data showed on Friday.
Lars Sorensen, CEO of Novo Nordisk, shares what he thinks of a potential Brexit by the U.K. in next month's referendum and how it would hit the currency.
Bob Parker, senior advisor of investment, strategy & research for Credit Suisse, discusses Germany's first quarter GDP growth.
European stocks opened lower on Friday following declines in U.S. and Asian markets and a slide in the oil price.
Our live blog tracked reactions as Brazil's suspended President Dilma Rousseff defended herself saying she did not commit any impeachable crime.
The Bank of England cut its growth outlook for the U.K. from 2016 through to 2018 on Thursday, as it announced no change to its main interest rate and stock of purchased assets.
CNBC's Wilfred Frost reports the Bank of England is warning a vote to leave the European Union would damage growth in the U.K.
European banks should not fear retaliation from the United States for resuming legitimate trade ties with Iran, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry said Thursday.
CNBC's Nancy Hulgrave reports on the trading action in Europe, including disappointing results from insurers.
George Quinn, CFO of Zurich, shares his concerns about the U.K.'s Brexit referendum, saying it would introduce risks and uncertainty.
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