"Part of this movement are people who use language that we have heard in Germany about 80 years ago," says Karl-Theodor zu Guttenberg. » Read More
By: Holly Ellyatt
It could be said that the underlying winner of Germany's election Sunday was ultimately the Alternative for Germany (AfD) party. » Read More
Berliners voted to keep the historic Tegel airport open, creating a headache for the German capital's government, which wanted it closed. » Read More
The European Central Bank is becoming more confident that inflation will rise back to its target but the euro zone still requires substantial stimulus, ECB President Mario Draghi said on Monday. » Read More
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A British vote to leave the European Union would damage the British, European and global economies, the German Finance Minister told the BBC.
Sigmar Gabriel has criticized Donald Trump as a right-wing populist whose political views pose a threat to peace and prosperity.
The divisions over the migrant crisis in Europe are widening with some leaders trying to deter more arrivals from coming to the region.
The social media giant Facebook will pay millions more to the U.K. government after an overhaul of its current tax system.
An Airbus A320 jet narrowly avoided colliding with a drone while descending for an approach to Paris Charles de Gaulle airport last month, BEA said.
The ECB looks set to deliver yet more monetary stimulus next week amid growing criticism of how the world's central banks are handling policy.
The ECB needs to do something to reflate the economy, but negative rates aren't it, said David Hussey, Manulife Asset Management's head of Europe equities.
Volkswagen will pay employees a bonus for 2015, despite the scandal over defeat devices.
A group of 40 major banks have tested a way to trade fixed income assets using the blockchain, the technology that underpins bitcoin.
UBS France has been placed under investigation over allegations that it intimidated a former employee who helped raise flags over potential tax-dodges.
German finance minister Wolfgang Schaeuble said he would cry if Britain voted to leave the European Union at a referendum on June 23.
Deflationary tides are lapping the shores of countries across the world and financial bubbles are set to burst everywhere, Vikram Mansharamani, a lecturer at Yale University, told CNBC on Thursday.
Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi's Derek Halpenny tells CNBC there's scope for major declines in the U.K. currency as the "Brexit" debate rages on.
Yanis Varoufakis said the U.K. finance minister is doing himself no favors by mocking him in parliament.
The refugee crisis is a "manifestation of the disintegration of the European Union," Greece's controversial former finance minister told CNBC on Thursday.
German sportswear company Adidas expects sales and net profit to keep rising fast in 2016, helped by aggressive marketing and big events.
The leader of Spain's Socialists Pedro Sanchez lost a parliamentary vote to become the country's next prime minister on Wednesday.
The world's most elite automakers unveiled their latest productions ahead of Switzerland's Geneva Auto Show.
Donald Trump's wins in the U.S. primaries are worrying and highlight the rising popularity of insurgent movements, Tony Blair says.
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