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A top Greek official said Friday he is not worried about the cash-strapped nation's ability to meet its debts.
The International Monetary Fund head has warned that the IMF cannot "see anything positive in a vote for the U.K. to exit the EU."
Replacing Trident, the U.K.'s nuclear weapons system, will cost "at least" £205 billion according to the CND.
Victor Massiah, CEO of UBI Banca, discusses the bank's earnings results and the European Central Bank.
European car sales rose 9 percent in April, industry data showed on Friday.
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.
The upcoming EU referendum in the U.K. will be carefully monitored within the Spanish region of Catalonia, according to its president.
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.
Tottenham Hotspur may have narrowly missed out on clinching the English Premier League, but has taken home a consolation prize.
Norway's arms-length relationship with the EU is popular among some British politicians, but the PM is unconvinced the U.K. should imitate it.
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.
Hollande pressed ahead with changes to the workforce including scrapping France's 35-hour week.
Credit Agricole reported a 71 percent fall in first-quarter net income.
Swiss insurer Zurich Insurance returned to profit in the first three months of 2016, helped by its flagship general insurance (GI) business.
A company that can produces tech to harness waves from networks such as WiFi or 4G to charge devices, has raised £8 million ($11.5 million).
A receptionist who says she was sent home from work for refusing to wear heels has started an online petition.
Deutsche Post DHL Group said it was on track for its full year targets after reporting a 21 percent rise in profit in the first quarter.
Mars has announced that its U.K. operations will be completely powered by renewable electricity.
Strengthening lending and inflation in the U.K. may mean the Bank of England raises rates sooner than expected — possibly even this year.
U.S. President Barack Obama's warnings about Brexit are less worrying given the president will soon leave office, the U.K.'s former work and pensions secretary told CNBC.
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CNBC's Carolin Roth caught up with Jamie West, deputy managing director at Sky Media U.K., to talk about the British government's decision to scrutinize further Rupert Murdoch's planned $15 billion takeover of Sky.
Several analysts offer their verdict on what to expect from the anticipated German election before voters go to the polls.
Maarten-Jan Bakkum, emerging markets specialist at NN Investment Partners, explains why emerging markets have been performing so well.