In the aftermath of the German election, there could be one important casualty for markets. » Read More
By: Silvia Amaro
European stocks were marginally higher on Monday morning as investors digested election results out of Germany, where the nationalist Alternative for Germany (AfD) won parliamentary seats for the first time. » Read More
Italy's new Five Star party leader said he would welcome rivals' support after the election, but wouldn't give away cabinet seats for it. » Read More
European bourses edged higher Wednesday as investors digested corporate earnings and looked to the US for testimony comments from Fed Chair Janet Yellen.
Britain's exit from the European Union has not only revitalized current members but it has also inspired countries outside of the bloc to apply for membership, the International Monetary Fund's managing director, Christine Lagarde told CNBC Tuesday.
The governor of the Croatian National Bank is confident that joining the euro zone’s single currency will be a good bet for a country that’s on a steady growth trajectory.
Investors and international institutions often criticize France for its rigid labor market and how that's a drag on its economic performance. But that's about to change, the former governor of the Bank of France told CNBC.
Gold prices are under pressure from the current "risk-on" equity environment and rising rates, but analysts expect the price to recover.
New banking regulations involving customer data sharing and data protection are a "headache for everyone", according to a fintech advisor at the Royal Bank of Scotland.
U.S. shale production is expected to surge throughout the remainder of the year but investors should be prepared for nowhere near as much growth in 2018, according to Dan Yergin, vice chairman at IHS Markit.
HSBC Chief Executive Stuart Gulliver confirmed on Tuesday possible plans to move 1,000 jobs from Britain to Paris in case of a so-called 'hard' Brexit.
Taxi app Uber said Tuesday it will be improving an offer to drivers and would welcome greater legal clarity about different types of employment in Britain.
JPMorgan chief Jamie Dimon has said that the financial sector needs to be prepared for a so-called “hard Brexit” scenario and has raised the possibility of moving some jobs from the City of London to other European cities.
A state visit to Britain by U.S. President Donald Trump will happen next year, Sky News quoted senior government sources as saying on Tuesday.
Coffee drinkers are waking up to some good news Tuesday after new research suggested that a cup of joe a day could keep the doctor away.
OPEC and non-OPEC producers have the capacity to extend and deepen their production cuts should the oil market's situation become even more complex, Russia's Oil Minister Alexander Novak told CNBC on Monday.
Paris is the only European city to offer a credible alternative to financial institutions in a post-Brexit world, says Safran's chairman.
Passive investment strategies are popular with investors, but they present a “frightening” risk, warns a Morgan Stanley strategist.
France’s Prime Minister has promised to reduce to tax burden by around 7 billion euros ($7.98 billion) from next year by reigning in public spending.
A government campaign portraying billionaire businessman George Soros as the enemy of the Hungarian people has prompted a public outcry with people accusing the ruling right-wing Fidesz party of Nazi-era anti-Semitism.
Just 100 companies have been identified as accountable for more than 70 percent of the world's greenhouse gas emissions, according to a report published Monday.
The Kremlin said on Monday that Ukraine's potential membership of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) would not boost stability and security in Europe.
The U.K. government is to present Thursday a draft bill that will affect all kinds of laws that have governed the country for more than 40 years – the so-called Repeal Bill.
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Hans Jörg Schelling, Austrian finance minister, speaks about the German far right's return to politics following Sunday's election result.
Sean Corrigan, director at Cantillon Consulting, speaks about the market reaction to the German election result.
Frank-Christian Hansel, parliamentary manager of the AfD in the Berlin State Parliament, says that his party is "euro-skeptic, not Europe-skeptic."