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President Francois Hollande declared a state of emergency in the worst affected areas.
Prime Minister David Cameron said he would join the EU if Britain wasn't a member, but would not adopt the euro currency.
The "Brexit" vote will be close and unpredictable, and markets — not just in the U.K. — need to wake up to that fact.
A U.K. vote to leave the European Union could see the FTSE 100 fall by over 10 percent in the next year, according to an analyst at UBS.
Negative deposit rates are hurting savers' ability to make money, Erste Bank CEO Andreas Treichl told CNBC on Thursday.
London Stock Exchange Group said its planned $30 billion merger with German rival Deutsche Boerse could result in 1,250 job cuts across the combined group.
The Brexit vote will overshadow other risks and could spur the Fed to delay a rate hike, said Axel Weber, chairman of UBS and a former central banker.
CNBC gives you the lowdown on why a vote on basic income in Switzerland is so important.
France has the most to lose from a U.S. travel alert that has warned citizens about the risk of terror threats across Europe, an expert told CNBC.
A French naval vessel has picked up signals believed to be from one of the black boxes of EgyptAir flight MS804 which crashed last month.
Greece's economy minister is confident the latest debt deal struck with creditors will be completed, but concedes some points of concern remain.
Investors received a reality check this week after a poll on the upcoming referendum highlighted that the vote might just be closer than many were thinking.
Ahold, the operator of supermarkets in the United States and Netherlands, reported on Wednesday first-quarter earnings that beat analyst expectations.
Global soccer legend Pele is to auction off his worldly belongings next month with 2,000 pieces of memorabilia up for grabs.
It was a mixed picture for the euro zone on Tuesday with a slew of fresh data revealing that deflation had eased in the region but loans to households had failed to match expectations.
Risks to the world economy remain to the downside and include a sudden change to expectations regarding the Fed’s interest rate path, Societe Generale warned.
Danish politicians are debating whether to cut off the Queen's grandchildren's yearly allowance once they come of age, according to a media report.
VW posted a surprise gain in first-quarter profit on special items related to provisions it has set aside to pay for its diesel emissions scandal.
Ecstasy is becoming popular again in the European Union, with online sales and targeted marketing helping to drive the revival.
Portugal's finance minister has urged policymakers and investors to be patient as the country tackles its burgeoning debt issue and sluggish growth.
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Singapore may be one of the most expensive cities in the world but it’s home to the world’s cheapest one-star Michelin meal. CNBC’s Xin En Lee finds out the business behind Hong Kong Soya Sauce chicken rice.
Pollution is killing at least 9 million people every year and it's even threatening the 'survival of human societies.'
U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May speaks about a meeting with other European Union leaders in Brussels, Belgium.