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After a run toward record highs in stocks last week, there may be better clues on why the rally faltered: the market hadn't priced in Brexit.
Central banks are essentially out of ammunition, with negative rate policies spurring greater savings, not growth, said the Allianz's chief economist.
The global defense trade increased at a record pace last year, expanding by $6.6 billion to be worth $65 billion.
Ireland will bear the brunt of a "Brexit" more than any other U.K. trading partner, according to a "sensitivity index" from Standard & Poor's.
Russia's central bank has cut its key interest rate by 0.5 percentage points to 10.5 percent.
Nearly 19 percent of all corporate bond activity in the past two days is down to the ECB's corporate bond-buying program, data suggests.
It's important to all the women in the U.S. to see that its actually possible for a woman to be nominated for president, said Siv Jensen.
Bookmakers, sportswear and travel seem a safe bet to profit from a large sporting event, but are they the best stocks to hold?
Euro 2016 will be one of the biggest sporting events of the year. CNBC takes a look at the security measures in place.
DONG Energy's CEO said there were opportunities for global growth, playing down a controversy surrounding Goldman Sachs' holding in the group.
The career of Russian former world number one Maria Sharapova was in tatters on Wednesday after she was given a two-year ban, but sponsor Nike said it would stand by her.
Citigroup has warned staff it might rebalance operations away from the U.K. if the country votes to leave the EU, according to the Guardian newspaper.
Russian Prime Minister Dmitriy Medvedev has whipped up a storm on Russian social media for an off-the-cuff comment he made to a Russian pensioner.
German bund yields headed towards 0 percent on Thursday, as investors sought shelter from diverging central bank policy and the possibility of a "Brexit."
European Central Bank President Mario Draghi warned on Thursday of "lasting economic consequences" of years of weak output.
European Central Bank Governing Council member Erkki Liikanen said on Thursday the council had not discussed the idea of' helicopter money' in its meetings.
U.K.'s triple A sovereign rating may be cut should Britain vote on June 23 to leave the EU, a Standards and Poor executive said Wednesday.
The impact of the Brexit vote is being felt in London's property market, with many overseas investors sitting on the sidelines.
The role of the euro in the global monetary system is falling and is particularly noticeable within foreign exchange reserves.
Suzuki Motor Corp's Chief Executive and Chairman Osamu Suzuki will give up his CEO title while Exec Vice President Osamu Honda will retire.
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