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Gold prices have rebounded and are likely to continue to climb as investors seeking haven from market turmoil pour money into the metal.
Swedish furniture brand IKEA has poured cold water on Kanye West's ambitions to design a range of furniture for the company.
CNBC speaks to Richard Balson, whose family run business has been going since 1515.
'I think it is obvious for me and for a lot of us to prefer Hillary Clinton as Commander-in-Chief,'Italy's prime minister told CNBC.
The market will continue to apply their own version of stress tests and find both the banks - and the regulators - lacking.
Despite facing what is effectively a vote of confidence in his leadership come October, Italy's prime minister said he was sure of victory.
'If now, without NPLs, with a clear strategy, I think this bank could be a very good bank for the future.'
Prime Minister Theresa May will outline her bid to reshape the British economy for a post-Brexit world, reviving industrial policy once more.
The integrity of the eurozone is at risk after Brexit, said JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon.
Could U.K.-China trade relations, once a key part of David Cameron's government policy, be cooling?
European Union banks are much better placed to cope with serious economic shock, according to stress tests released on Friday night.
U.K. firms may still be getting to grips with what a post-Brexit world looks like, but its workers are just as concerned about the future.
Kweku Adoboli, the ex-UBS trader jailed four years ago for the biggest fraud in British history, has said his crimes could be repeated.
The economic cost of poverty on U.K. government finances has been calculated in a new report published this week.
The executive chairman of global communications agency Saatchi & Saatchi has been placed on leave after making controversial remarks about women.
CNBC takes a look at some of the oldest family-run companies in the U.K., and finds out how they've lasted so long.
The West’s dominance in providing military hardware around the world is set to erode, according to analysts in the sector.
Heineken, the world's third-largest brewer, reported slightly better than expected first-half operating profit on Monday.
Increased security measures in Visegrad countries - alongside Germany's recent spate of attacks - might suggest this.
The IMF missed signs of a banking calamity, lacked independence and failed to hold countries to account, the organization's internal watchdog has said.
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The new rail line connects South Korea’s capital to some of the country’s most remote villages.
From 5G, to virtual reality, this is the technology taking first place at the Pyeongchang Winter Games.
Bill Sweeney speaks about endorsement deals for athletes at the Winter Olympics.