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Ukraine is worried Nord Stream 2 could leave its gas pipeline vulnerable to a Russian attack, according to a leading political risk expert.
Jose Manuel Barroso has been criticized for allegedly trying to lobby members of the European Commission.
As euro zone growth rebounds, so does its currency, making earnings tighter for export-heavy companies.
Israeli media reported Wednesday that one of Netanyahu's closest confidants will incriminate him in corruption allegations.
Wednesday's announcement marks the bank's highest pre-tax profit since 2006.
The recent sharp pullback and volatility in global equity markets is not yet over, according to the chief executive of Longview Economics.
Glencore on Wednesday announced full-year overall adjusted profit of $14.76 billion, in line with expectations.
Apple Inc is in talks to buy long-term supplies of cobalt for iPhone batteries directly from miners.
KFC expects some of its U.K. outlets to remain closed for the rest of the week, as a result of chicken shortages across the country.
For the first time in her life, 91-year-old Queen Elizabeth II attended London Fashion Week on Tuesday, surprising fashionistas at the show.
European equities closed higher Wednesday afternoon as investors focused on further earnings reports and data releases.
HSBC Chairman Mark Tucker, in an exclusive interview with CNBC, talks about the bank's prospects in an ever-changing global environment.
Greece wants to exit its bailout program as scheduled in August. But that brings about a difficult decision on how that should take place.
The scandals rocking Latvia's banking system are the latest in a series of crises for the former Soviet state.
Annegret Kramp-Karrenbauer has been named the new secretary-general of the Christian Democratic Union (CDU).
British bookmaker William Hill will pay 6.2 million pounds ($8.7 million) as a penalty, the Gambling Commission said on Tuesday.
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But it would be wrong to assume that everyone wants to go digital, Scott Egan said.
Anglo American will be "better placed than anyone" in the mining sector for the next couple of years, Mark Cutifani said.
We are starting to see wage inflation in Europe which hasn't been seen for several years, Paul Venables said.