The U.K. and European Union are reported to have reached a provisional agreement over Brexit but before anyone gets too excited there are huge hurdles to overcome to get the draft deal approved on all sides. » Read More
By: Chloe Taylor
The director of the Centre for European Policy Studies told CNBC on Tuesday that Italy's fiscal difficulty is its own government's fault. » Read More
Howard Davies, chairman of British bank RBS, told CNBC on Tuesday that the U.K. risks a slowdown to its economy if uncertainty over Brexit continues. » Read More
By: Holly Ellyatt
Europe's much-vaunted banking union has made progress but more needs to be done to make it perfect, the vice president of the European Banking Federation, told CNBC. » Read More
The Irish Aviation Authority (IAA) is investigated reports of bright lights and possible UFOs that were seen by commercial airline pilots last Friday, U.K. media reports.
Europe's tech sector bounced back after dropping nearly 4 percent on Monday, as stocks recovered from a U.S. equities sell-off led by Apple.
The chief economist of the European Central Bank played down his previous remarks that a substantial level of monetary policy is still needed in the euro area, after those comments sent the euro to a session low on Tuesday.
European companies are unlikely to continue business with Tehran even if their governments wish otherwise, the White House's National Security Advisor said on Tuesday.
The European banking system needs consolidation and that becomes more inevitable day after day, the head of one of the largest banks in Europe told CNBC on Tuesday.
The Italian government will not make any "substantial revisions" to its 2019 budget plan, despite opposition from the European Commission, an Italian lawmaker told CNBC.
Germany's economy faces risks on both a domestic and international level, according to prominent German economists, and there is little the country can do about a lot of them.
Governments tend to look at short-term targets, often fueled by their intentions to attract vote banks before election time, but central banks generally focus on longer-term targets for the economy.
Equity markets moved higher on Tuesday in Europe as hopes rose over a deal between China and the U.S.
U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May faces another test of survival this week with mounting opposition within her own close circle of senior lawmakers.
Amin Nasser tells CNBC there is a commitment to sell shares in the oil giant.
The next two to three months will be critical for the future of the U.K. economy, Ben Broadbent, deputy governor of the Bank of England, told CNBC Monday.
Saudi Arabia is not preparing for a break-up of OPEC, Energy Minister Khalid al-Falih said Monday, adding the group will continue as the global central bank for oil markets for a long time.
European equities closed lower in Monday trade, affected by a sell-off in tech stocks.
OPEC and non-OPEC exporters must stick to a consistent message if they are to avoid exacerbating wild swings in the oil market, Russian Energy Minister Alexander Novak said Sunday.
British lawmakers have written to five online-only fashion retailers amid concern over the sustainability of cheap fashion garments.
Suhail Al Mazrouei, OPEC president and UAE energy minister discusses the future of oil prices.
John Wraith, head of U.K. rates strategy & economics at UBS Investment Bank, discusses the possibility of reaching parliamentary approval on the U.K.'s Brexit draft deal.
The best way forward for Italy is to moderate its deficit target, says Joaquin Almunia, former European Commission vice president and commissioner for competition.