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The recent gold price rally looks unsustainable and it’s time to sell, Societe Generale analysts say.
An inconclusive general election result has thrown Irish politics into disarray.
The Greek Marxist economist and fiery former finance minister is going to help out a U.K. political party.
Anshu Jain, the former co-chief executive of Deutsche Bank, is to join SoFi as an adviser, The Financial Times reports.
Matthias Mueller tells CNBC that the carmaker is preparing for additional costs relating to the emissions scandal.
Another crisis in the global financial system is imminent, according to a former governor of the Bank of England.
Russia’s president approved plans to raise domestic tax rates on gas by nearly 25 percent on Monday, in a move aimed at reining in the deficit.
Amazon has struck a deal with Morrisons to distribute the UK supermarket's fresh and frozen products to the e-commerce giant's Prime customers.
Europe's refugee crisis could boost sagging growth by forcing governments to ramp up public expenditure, according to the European Commission's Pierre Moscovici.
Coffee giant Starbucks is taking its Americanized version of Italian coffees back to Italy, with its first outlet set to open in early 2017.
The U.K. is facing new spending cuts as it turns out the economy is smaller than previously believed, the Financial Times reports.
Start up Paribus is helping consumers save by looking into their email.
After a strategic review, the bank's board decided that in principle it made strategic sense to get out of the continent, the FT reports.
The world's top economies are set to declare that they need to look beyond ultra-low interest rates if the global economy is to shake off its torpor.
Ireland looked set to kick Prime Minister Enda Kenny's coalition government out of office in an election on Friday, exit polls showed.
The U.K. pound is set to end the week down more than 3 percent from when U.K. Prime Minister David Cameron set June 23 for the so-called Brexit referendum.
A rare and significant early Beatles record is expected to fetch at least £10,000 ($13,956) at auction next month.
Gold is still expensive, but rising economic risks and market turmoil mean investors should buy it for insurance, Deutsche Bank said Friday.
The rift on how the world should tackle slowing growth appears to be growing between Germany and a leading ECB policymaker.
The BOE's governor has defended central banks' monetary stimulus plans, saying the lack of structural reforms has hurt global growth.
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Lyn Graham-Taylor, fixed income strategist at Rabobank International, speaks about the outcome of the German election.
CNBC’s Carolin Roth talks Nestle’s profit margin announcement. The announcement was driven largely by pressure from activist shareholder Third Point.
U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May’s Brexit speech would have had little effect on the decision by Moody’s to downgrade Britain’s credit rating to Aa1 from Aa2, Yves Lemay, head of sovereign risk, EMEA at Moody's, said.