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German Chancellor Angela Merkel has seen her grip on power wane following an inconclusive election a year ago. But nobody is sure who could succeed her.
U.K. chancellor Philip Hammond told CNBC Friday that very definite steps were being taken on Brexit but still need to make significant progress.
The prospect of an abrupt supply shock in the energy market is making investors increasingly nervous about the possibility of oil prices soaring above $100 a barrel before year-end.
His comments come one day after the Dow posted its third largest fall of 2018.
Prominent officials have praised the U.S. Federal Reserve, its chairman and its independence, amid new attacks from President Donald Trump.
Whitbread obtained shareholder approval for its proposed sale of its coffee chain Costa to Coca-Cola.
When you visit Zhejiang, you witness ancient China meeting the modern day unlike anywhere else.
The European Union wants to avoid a "crisis" with Italy over the country's spending plans, Pierre Moscovici, European Commissioner, told CNBC.
Over the last eight years during the euro crisis, Italy never lost market access, Klaus Regling, managing director for the European Stability Mechanism, told CNBC at the IMF and World Bank annual meetings in Bali, Indonesia.
Germany is planning to allow thousands of small businesses registered under British rules to convert to being German firms after Brexit.
A new all-female racing series, aimed at encouraging women racers to get into Formula One, will launch in May 2019.
Ratings agency Moody's told CNBC Wednesday that it's waiting to see the full policies enacted by the anti-establishment government in Italy before updating its views on the country.
Turkey and South Africa both appear to be unwilling to implement meaningful economic reforms, one analyst told CNBC on Wednesday.
Regional elections are being held in Bavaria in Germany this weekend; the results could mean more bad news for Chancellor Angela Merkel.
A 'hard Brexit' could halve EU exports to Britain, German study claims
Uber drives around the U.K. will take part in a 24-hour strike on Tuesday in an effort to secure better pay and working conditions.
Market players have lost confidence in the Italian finance minister's pledges to deliver a sound budget, analysts told CNBC on Tuesday.
Brazil's far-right presidential front-runner has promised not to become a "peace and love" candidate ahead of a second-round vote, as he continues his push to become the next commander-in-chief of Latin America's largest democracy.
Adidas has signed a five-year deal to provide kits for English soccer team Arsenal that is reportedly worth $391 million.
The Irish Data Protection Commission said it was "not aware" of the security glitch and would reach out to Google to enable it to better comprehend the situation.
Claudio Borghi, economic advisor for Italy’s Lega party, discusses the Italian spending proposals.
Alexander Stubb, vice president of the European Investment Bank, has some advice for U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May.
Anders Fogh Rasmussen, a former Danish prime minister and ex-secretary general for NATO, discusses the Trump administration's foreign policy stance.