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The City of London must remain the top global financial centre after Brexit to avoid its financial services drifting to other parts of the world, Luxembourg Finance Minister Pierre Gramegna said on Monday.
European markets were slightly higher on Tuesday morning, as investors continued to monitor the latest corporate earnings reports.
In July, ECB President Mario Draghi said that discussions regarding a change in monetary policy stance will begin in the fall.
While the ESTA restoration allows Browder to enter the U.S. legally, travelling internationally remains an issue.
The CUP party — a key ally to the separatist coalition in Catalonia — hit out Monday at Madrid's move to intervene in the running of the region.
The populism threat in Europe continues to worry investors despite a string of election results that suggested the movement was in decline, according to the CEO of Chantico Global.
The only way of dealing with British ISIS fighters in Syria "in almost every case" is to kill them, a British government minister told the BBC on Sunday.
Theresa May must act urgently to secure a Brexit transition deal or risk losing jobs and investment in the country, businesses have warned.
Jordan Belfort has urged investors to dismiss the current craze of Initial Coin Offerings (ICOs), calling them the "biggest scam ever."
The anti-establishment ANO party won 29.6 percent of the vote but may struggle to find coalition partners.
European markets posted modest gains by Monday's close as investors pored over fresh earnings and tried to shake off concerns surrounding Spain.
The presidents of Italy's wealthy northern regions of Veneto and Lombardy on Sunday claimed victory in autonomy referendums that seek to grab additional powers.
Dutch health technology company Philips said Monday its core profits in the third quarter rose 12 percent to $626.11 million.
Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe has been removed as a goodwill ambassador, the World Health Organization said on Sunday.
U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson on Sunday promoted a Trump administration goal of uniting Saudi Arabia and Iraq in common cause to counter Iran.
Russia accused the U.S.-led coalition in Syria on Sunday of wiping the city of Raqqa "off the face of the earth."
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Andrey Kostin, president and CEO of VTB Bank, speaks about Russia's oil production and its relationship with the U.S.
Swedbank CEO Birgitte Bonnesen says that her business has seen a "solid quarter," though she expects a cooling off in the Swedish housing market.
Investors continued to monitor the latest corporate earnings reports and kept a close eye on Spain's constitutional crisis.