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OPEC ministers announced a deal that will increase oil supplies after the producer group capped output for the last 18 months. » Read More
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The German economy grew by less than expected in the second quarter as net trade dampened an overall expansion which was driven by strong household spending and rising state expenditure, the Federal Statistics Office said on Tuesday.
Ryanair has called on U.K. airports to restrict the sale of alcohol after it was reported that arrests of drunken passengers rose by 50 percent in a year.
U.K. lender Barclays reported a net loss of £1.21 billion ($1.58 billion) loss for the first half of 2017, hit by the fall in sterling and a charge from the mis-selling of payment protection insurance.
Russian supermodel Natalia Vodianova shows CNBC Moscow's famous Red Square, St. Basil's Cathedral, GUM shopping center and other favorites
UBS, Switzerland's biggest bank, on Friday reported 1.174 billion Swiss francs ($1.21 billion) in second-quarter net profit, up 14 percent on a year earlier.
France's largest bank BNP Paribas announced Friday that it delivered a top and bottom line beat in the second quarter, against consensus estimates.
Credit Suisse reported second-quarter revenues that were in line with analyst estimates on Friday.
Every person's first foray into the working world teaches them something about who they are: so what did it teach the CEO of Time Out Group?
Francois-Henri Pinault tells CNBC that the company's success is not as fickle as fashion itself.
A private moon lander has partnered up with Boeing’s United Launch Alliance (ULA) for its maiden mission to the moon in 2019.
Doctors should reconsider telling patients to complete a prescribed course of antibiotics, according to analysis in the British Medical Journal.
The drug maker's combination of two injectable immunotherapy drugs failed to help patients as hoped.
Free movement of people between the U.K. and the European Union will come to an end in March 2019 after the completion of Brexit, a U.K. minister has said.
It should have been just another routine press conference for the European Commission.
Spain's economy is heading in a "very good direction" and is set to grow more than the European Union, the CFO of the Spanish lender Bankia told CNBC on Thursday.
The White House’s newly-installed communications director Anthony Scaramucci has likened the U.S. to some of the world’s most formidable corporates such as Uber and Airbnb, saying it’s a nation intent on treading its own path.
Europe's Airbus on Thursday unveiled a one-third slump in half-way operating profit on flat revenue, as delays in engine deliveries for its upgraded A320 neo hit interim earnings.
The chief executive of Deutsche Bank has defended the bank's mixed bag of results as markets reacted negatively to lower-than-expected second-quarter revenues.
Britain's largest retail bank reported Thursday a statutory pretax profit of 2.5 billion pounds on Thursday, about 4 percent higher than last year.
Volkswagen said operating profit more than doubled in the second quarter, helped by cost cuts and higher-margin new models at its core brand.
Agustin Carstens, general manager at the Bank of International Settlements (BIS), says cryptocurrencies are not true currencies.
Agustin Carstens, general manager at the Bank of International Settlement (BIS), says many projects are being postponed due to trade friction.
Suhail Al Mazrouei spoke with CNBC's Steve Sedgwick about OPEC's output hike deal on Friday.