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CNBC takes a look at some of the top names scheduled to return to the snowy mountains of Davos, Switzerland next week.
The growth momentum in the euro zone helped the region log its highest annual value of mergers for over 10 years in 2017, according to new data from research firm Mergermarket.
A bus carrying children to school in southern Germany hit multiple cars and then slammed into the side of a building without braking.
French President Emmanuel Macron is 'the man to watch' in Davos for clues on where Europe is heading.
The World Economic Forum (WEF) is often criticized for being not much more than a talking shop but it begs to differ.
Europe eked out gains by Tuesday's close, however a downturn in commodities weighed on sentiment, despite positive trading from overseas.
Police said an explosion has torn through three adjacent homes in Belgium's northern port town of Antwerp and injured up to 20 people.
Britain scrambled two Royal Air Force Typhoon jets on Monday from Scotland to intercept Russian planes near the United Kingdom's airspace, a defense ministry spokesman said.
All eyes will be on U.S. President Donald Trump at the World Economic Forum next week with analysts predicting what Trump will tell the "party of Davos."
There are doubts that Chancellor Angela Merkel will be its leader for the full mandate, a political analyst told CNBC on Monday.
British construction and services company Carillion collapsed on Monday when its lenders refused to provide any further financial support.
Europe finished Monday's session slightly lower, amid a lighter trading day, as stocks paused for breath after two weeks of strong gains.
The single currency is expected to strengthen over the foreseeable future as the European Central Bank (ECB) slows down its monetary stimulus, analysts told CNBC.
Coalition party leaders in Germany have reached a breakthrough in talks to form a new government, according to multiple reports.
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Vladimir Krulj, former special economic advisor to the Serbian government, speaks about Chinese investment in central Europe.
Peter Kinsella, senior FX and rates strategist at the Commonwealth Bank of Australia, speaks about potential moves in major currencies this year.
CNBC's Arjun Kharpal discusses why bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies are falling.