As central bankers gather at the annual Jackson Hole symposium on Friday, analysts think the death of a major economic concept could dominate discussions. » Read More
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The government of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has suffered a huge setback after a landmark Supreme Court ruling found that citizens have a fundamental right to privacy. » Read More
British household spending grew at its weakest pace since late 2014 in the three months to June as the weaker pound weighed on spending power. » Read More
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Dutch police on Thursday questioned a Spanish man detained with gas canisters in a van while driving near a concert venue where a rock concert was cancelled due to a threat of an attack.
Germany’s central bank has successfully moved $27.9 billion worth of gold bars from New York and Paris to Frankfurt in a Hollywood-style transfer.
Barclays customers are now able to use Apple’s virtual assistant Siri to make payments on their phones.
A scheduled meeting between Egypt’s Foreign minister and top U.S. Presidential advisor Jared Kushner was aborted at the last minute Wednesday, just hours after the U.S. withdrew tens of millions of dollars in aid.
Estonia wants to issue its own virtual currency with the help of Ethereum founder Vitalik Buterin.
Advertising mogul Martin Sorrell told CNBC on Wednesday his company is poised to increase its investment in Facebook to "well over" $2 billion this year.
Escaping the "direct jurisdiction" of the European Court of Justice is one of Prime Minister Theresa May's main aims in the Brexit process.
President Mario Draghi gave little indication about the next steps for monetary policy in the euro zone during a speech on Wednesday ahead of a key meeting between central bankers.
Euro zone manufacturing businesses clocked their best month of growth in six-and-a-half years in August, a survey of private companies showed on Wednesday.
New German regulations aim to prevent takeovers of core domestic industries by an increasingly acquisitive China. But could they hurt the economy more than they help?
Police in Germany have seized thousands of ecstasy tablets shaped like the U.S. president's head.
Luxury real estate developer DAMAC International is building a 50-storey tower in London in partnership with Italian fashion house Versace.
It will be very difficult to see the U.S. wining in Afghanistan but President Donald Trump had no easy options, Peter Westmacott, former U.K. ambassador to the U.S., told CNBC Tuesday.
Norway's $975 billion oil fund has been buoyed by equity markets.
The U.K. government is preparing 11 trade deals to reduce the economic impact of leaving the European Union. However, all this work might be in vain.
The intense competition being faced by U.K. grocers was laid bare on Tuesday with new data showing that discount retailer Lidl has trumped upmarket Waitrose.
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SettleMint CEO Matthew Van Niekerk discusses bitcoin and initial coin offerings.
Jaydeep Gupta, regional head of retail banking in Africa and the Middle East for Standard Chartered, and Peter England, RAKBANK CEO, discuss moving into emerging markets.
Jaydeep Gupta, regional head of retail banking in Africa and the Middle East for Standard Chartered, and Peter England, RAKBANK CEO, weigh in on fintech in Dubai.