European stocks are set to open slightly lower Friday morning, after news the U.S. and China have agreed to hold their first trade talks since June next week. » Read More
By: Sam Meredith
Turkey imposing capital controls could quickly exacerbate the exposure of other emerging market economies, an analyst at Goldman Sachs told CNBC Thursday. » Read More
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Danish brewer Carlsberg raised its full year profit outlook on Thursday after second-quarter sales beat forecasts on growing demand for its expensive beers in China and strong sales in Russia during the World Cup. » Read More
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The country's political parties have apportioned blame for the disaster to, variously, previous governments, the European Union, the road management company and even the Mafia. » Read More
President Trump's administration has been criticized by leaders around the world for reinstating tough economic sanctions against Iran.
With financial turmoil in Turkey roiling the country’s assets, analysts are busy contemplating which other countries could be exposed and what this could mean for international investors.
A U.S. plan to impose targeted crude sanctions against Iran could significantly impact global supply and exhaust the world's spare oil capacity cushion, according to the latest monthly report from the International Energy Agency (IEA).
Shares of global biotechnology company Novozymes slumped Friday morning after reporting second-quarter earnings that missed analysts' expectations.
The euro dropped nearly half a percent against the dollar on Friday morning, following reports that the ECB is concerned over the impact of a weak Turkish lira on European banks.
Russia's Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev reportedly warned the U.S. on Friday that sanctions it plans to impose against Moscow over the nerve-agent attack of a former spy living in Britain could be treated as a declaration of an economic war.
European stocks closed lower on Friday as investors reacted to corporate earnings, fresh turmoil in Turkey and the ongoing trade war between the U.S. and China.
Two weeks after reaching a handshake agreement to calm trade talks and back off new tariffs, the United States and European Union are beginning to lay the formal groundwork underpinning any deal.
While likely to be heavily debated and amended before going to a final vote, the measures detailed in the bill are set to be a more powerful tool against Moscow, and several analysts foresee its passage taking place before the midterms.
Real estate companies have admitted that a slowdown in sales has affected their profits.
The world number 11 player admitted he didn’t notice the missing prize money.
Millennials are the driving force behind a resurgence in popularity for heritage sneakers, according to the chief executive of the world's second-largest sportswear brand.
The chemicals and drugs maker said it expected adjusted EBITDA from continuing operations to decline to 3.75 to 4.0 billion euros in 2018.
German sportswear firm Adidas reported stronger-than-anticipated second-quarter net profit on Thursday, with the company saying it remains firmly on track to hit it's full-year targets.
European stocks revealed a mixed picture at the market close on Thursday amid a deepening U.S.-China trade dispute and a flurry of corporate earnings.
The two countries are locked in an argument over jailed women's rights activists.
Sterling slumped to fresh lows on Wednesday with traders citing increased concerns that the U.K. might leave the EU without a formal trade agreement.
President Donald Trump's administration is in no position to reduce Iran's oil sector to zero, Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif was cited as saying by a local newspaper on Wednesday.
Saudi Arabia and Canada are currently locked in a diplomatic spat over human rights, with both countries refusing to back down despite a breakdown in future trade deals, suspended passenger flights and a flurry of other sanctions.
Dutch bank ABN Amro reported a net profit of $799 million in its second quarter earnings, beating Reuters' analysts expectations of $642 million.
CNBC's Adam Reed spoke with former Arsenal player Ian Wright about concerns over Stan Kroenke's bid for 100 percent ownership of the soccer club.
Cees 't Hart speaks about the Danish brewer's latest earnings release and its Russia business.
Kavita Karnik, director of global nutrition at Tate & Lyle, speaks about consumers' attitudes to sugar in food.