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European stocks were higher on Monday afternoon, amid heightened expectations U.S. lawmakers could pass a long-awaited tax bill.
British Prime Minister Theresa May has said that her government is "proving the doubters wrong."
Four Huawei customers were recognized for their outstanding Smart City achievements at the prestigious Smart City Expo World Congress 2017
Austria's conservative leader Sebastian Kurz has brought the far right Freedom Party (FPO) into government.
China and Britain have vowed to continue and strengthen cooperation on a wide range of economic, financial and trade issues.
Airbus confirmed the departure of planemaking chief Fabrice Bregier as part of a series of board moves on Friday to clear the air over succession plans.
Siemens' businesses will become akin to a "fleet of ships" in order to adapt to the digital age, its chief executive told CNBC on Friday.
British Prime Minister Theresa May received a round of applause from European leaders on Thursday, but there remain plenty of hurdles to overcome.
Fashion retailer H&M said on Friday fewer visitors to its core brand stores weighed on turnover in its fiscal fourth quarter as it reported an unexpected year-on-year drop for the perio
European stocks closed lower on Friday, with sentiment curbed by concerns over plans to overhaul the tax system in the U.S.
A general election in Italy in early 2018 is likely to end in a hung parliament, mimicking the political situation across much of Europe.
British Prime Minister Theresa May said she was "disappointed" with U.K. lawmakers' vote to give parliament a vote on the final Brexit deal.
European Central Bank President Mario Draghi delivered a speech on monetary policy at its premises in Frankfurt, Germany.
The European Central Bank kept its monetary policy unchanged Thursday and reiterated its ready to extend stimulus if needed.
The Bank of England's voted 9-0 on Thursday to hold its monetary policy as markets look for hints of future rate rises
Deutsche Boerse executives are reportedly considering the introduction of futures contracts for bitcoin.
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Ralf Stegner, deputy leader of Germany's SPD, explains what the liberal party wants from coalition talks.
Christyan Malek, European oil and gas analyst at JPMorgan, speaks about oil demand in the coming year.
Chad Giussani, head of transaction reporting compliance at Standard Chartered, speaks about the implications of Mifid II.