The dispute over trade and escalating tariffs between the U.S. and China are a "trade skirmish" rather than a trade war, Jamie Dimon, chairman and chief executive officer of J.P. Morgan Chase, told CNBC on Thursday. » Read More
European stocks pushed higher on Thursday afternoon, tracing strong gains seen on Wall Street as investors appeared less concerned about a trade war between the U.S. and China. » Read More
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Italy's coalition government looks like it will be sticking to European fiscal rules but tense relations and rivalries are fast developing within the cabinet.
European stocks ended Wednesday's session relatively upbeat, as investors shook off concerns surrounding escalating trade tensions.
European stocks were muted at the market close on Tuesday, as investors mulled over the recent announcements from the U.S. and China in their tit-for-tat trade war.
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European stocks were mixed by Monday's close, as renewed fears over an escalating trade war between the U.S. and China capped gains in the region.
Klaus Schwab, founder of the World Economic Forum believes the financial crisis of 2008 has done little to inspire meaningful change in the banking industry.
The founder and chairman of JD Wetherspoon believes Bank of England Governor (BOE) Mark Carney is "completely wrong" over the potential impact of a chaotic no-deal Brexit.
European stocks ended Friday's session on a positive note, as a strong performance by markets overseas lifted sentiment.
The first signs of an impending global financial crisis were clear long before Lehamn Brothers collapsed, European Central Bank (ECB) President Mario Draghi said on Thursday.
The ECB left benchmark interest rates unchanged on Thursday, with policymakers likely to argue the regional economy is robust enough to absorb spare capacity and generate inflation.
The Turkish lira spiked as Turkey's central bank increased its benchmark rate to 24 percent Thursday, quelling investor fears amid a dramatic period for the embattled currency.
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The U.K. government met Thursday morning to discuss the eventuality of a no-deal Brexit.
A decade on, the European banking system is described as "deleveraged and in a safer position." But risks remain.
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Christopher Peel, chief investment officer at Tavistock Investments, discusses global markets.
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