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Bitcoin's meteoric price rise has left investors scrambling to understand the fundamental reason for the digital currency's runaway rally.
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International sales of arms and military services grew again in 2016 after five years of consecutive decline, according to new data by the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI).
European markets finished mixed by Monday's close as investors looked ahead to two key monetary policy meetings scheduled this week.
More than 10,000 German citizens had been contacted on LinkedIn by fake profiles from China, according to Germany's BfV.
When Revolut decided to allow users to buy, hold and exchange cryptocurrencies including bitcoin, Ethereum and Litecoin, some ran into difficulty.
Bitcoin mania could prompt some of the world's largest oil-producing countries to make a move against the dollar, according to one commodity analyst.
CNBC highlights the main points from the new joint agreement.
Uber can continue to operate in Sheffield until Dec. 18, and if it chooses to appeal the suspension, it can still run until that appeal is heard.
Despite positive news, the deal lacks details and experts are split on sterling's trajectory.
Bitcoin investors could learn a valuable lesson from the Dutch tulip bulb mania of the 1630s, according to a global banking regulator.
U.K. and European negotiators finally agreed on three key issues that were blocking Brexit talks, paving the way for the next phase of discussion between the two sides.
European markets were higher on Friday morning as investors reacted to progress in Brexit negotiations.
People in Athens remain dissatisfied and doubt their situation will improve in the short-term.
British Prime Minister Theresa May will meet European Union chief executive Jean-Claude Juncker before dawn in Brussels on Friday.
A federal judge in Argentina indicted and asked for the arrest of former President Cristina Fernandez.
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Robert Gates, former U.S. secretary of defense, discusses President Donald Trump's policy on Israel.
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David Hauner, head of emerging EMEA cross-asset strategy and economics at BofA Merrill Lynch, gives his outlook for investing in emerging markets in 2018.