A 50-meter high section of the bridge, including a tower that anchored several supports, crashed down with as many as 35 vehicles driving on it onto the roofs of warehouses and other buildings. » Read More
By: Silvia Amaro
The European Central Bank (ECB) was reported Friday to be concerned that the ongoing currency crisis in Turkey could result in problems for the continent's banks. » Read More
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RWE on Tuesday said a deal to break up its networks and renewables unit Innogy with rival E.ON was on track after posting first-half core profit that was in line with expectations. » Read More
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Cyberattacks, election meddling and other online crimes are not a massive concern for Estonia, where public services are highly digitalized, President Kersti Kaljulaid told CNBC on Monday. » Read More
German engineering services giant Bilfinger reported a rise in second-quarter net profit on Tuesday, underpinned by an uptick in demand for oil and gas.
European stocks traded lower Tuesday afternoon although concerns over Turkey's economic woes have eased.
The prospect of continued strength in the U.S. dollar over the coming months should constitute an even greater concern to bullish oil traders than an escalating trade war between the world's two largest economies, an analyst told CNBC on Monday.
UAE's biggest fuel retailer told CNBC that there is 'a lot more to come' regarding the firm's expansion plans in Saudi Arabia.
European stocks failed to shrug off jitters by Monday's close, as Turkey's worsening economic crisis prompted investors to offload riskier equities and flee to safe-haven assets.
The U.K. government is thinking about introducing a so-called "Amazon tax" to support struggling online retailers, Finance Minister Philip Hammond said in an interview with Sky News on Friday.
The Italian government has an important task ahead that could ultimately bring about further market turmoil.
President Trump's administration has been criticized by leaders around the world for reinstating tough economic sanctions against Iran.
With financial turmoil in Turkey roiling the country’s assets, analysts are busy contemplating which other countries could be exposed and what this could mean for international investors.
A U.S. plan to impose targeted crude sanctions against Iran could significantly impact global supply and exhaust the world's spare oil capacity cushion, according to the latest monthly report from the International Energy Agency (IEA).
Shares of global biotechnology company Novozymes slumped Friday morning after reporting second-quarter earnings that missed analysts' expectations.
The euro dropped nearly half a percent against the dollar on Friday morning, following reports that the ECB is concerned over the impact of a weak Turkish lira on European banks.
Russia's Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev reportedly warned the U.S. on Friday that sanctions it plans to impose against Moscow over the nerve-agent attack of a former spy living in Britain could be treated as a declaration of an economic war.
European stocks closed lower on Friday as investors reacted to corporate earnings, fresh turmoil in Turkey and the ongoing trade war between the U.S. and China.
Two weeks after reaching a handshake agreement to calm trade talks and back off new tariffs, the United States and European Union are beginning to lay the formal groundwork underpinning any deal.
While likely to be heavily debated and amended before going to a final vote, the measures detailed in the bill are set to be a more powerful tool against Moscow, and several analysts foresee its passage taking place before the midterms.
Andrew Gardner explains how his business addresses the demand for healthcare in Britain.
Estonian President Kersti Kaljulaid explains how Estonia has transformed itself into a hi-tech society.
Markus Krebber speaks about the German utilities firm's latest earnings report and its hopes for the future.