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A second man was arrested in the U.K. on Saturday in the investigation into the terrorist attack on London's Parsons Green station.
A WSJ report suggested Trump was backing away from his pledge on the Paris accord, but the White House shot it down.
London police are racing to find out who placed a homemade bomb on a packed London subway train during the morning rush hour on Friday.
British negotiators need to better articulate their position on Britain's departure from the European Union, a German industry leader stressed Friday.
The British pound broke above the $1.35 benchmark on Friday morning but political uncertainty could undermine its performance.
An oil-rich, Kurdish province in Iraq plans a referendum on independence this month, prompting fears of another Middle East conflict.
Flames engulfed one carriage and raced along a train on a west London route to Parsons Green, forcing passengers to trample others as they rushed for an exit.
Germany's election process is so complex that some Germans admit they don't understand it.
It would be "wrong" to tweak portfolios in a knee-jerk reaction to North Korean missiles, said the co-CEO of Standard Life Aberdeen.
Portugal’s credit rating is set to return to the headlines Friday as Standard & Poor’s updates its opinion on the southern economy. This could be just another statement, if the country wasn’t hanging on to its one and only investment grade.
London authorities say an explosion at the Parsons Green Tube station is being treated as a terrorist attack.
Maersk's ongoing restructuring will improve shareholder value, said former group chief executive Nils Andersen.
European stocks fell after North Korea sent another missile over Japan into the Pacific Ocean.
U.S. fashion brands need to adapt their strategy if they want to compete in the U.K. market.
President Trump is on course to ring in the new year without having passed almost any of his campaign promises into law, according to a new survey conducted by CNBC.
Mercedes-Benz owner Daimler has invested millions in an Israeli start-up whose battery technology can charge electric vehicles in a matter of minutes.
Saudi Aramco's planned initial public offering remains on track, the company said on Thursday.
The Bank of England held interest rates steady Thursday but said that a hike is likely to be needed in the "coming months."
Germany's Munich Re warned it could miss its profit target this year, the first major reinsurer to flag a hit to earnings from damage caused by hurricanes Harvey and Irma.
Switzerland's central bank tweaked its long-held language about the "significant overvaluation" of the Swiss franc on Thursday.
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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.