Italy has done a deal with the European Commission over its contested 2019 budget, a spokeswoman at the Economy Ministry said on Tuesday, adding that the accord would be formalized on Wednesday in Brussels.
Royal Bank of Scotland has appointed Katie Murray as chief financial officer, the bank said on Tuesday, making permanent a role she has held on an interim basis since August.
European stocks closed lower Tuesday, amid escalating concerns about a slowing global economy.
So whither Brexit? And what clarity — if any — can investors and businesses glean from the current maelstrom of competing interests in Westminster?
Fredrik Erixon of the European Center for International Political Economy warns that a second referendum would be about how the U.K. exits the E.U., not whether it should leave.
Earlier on Monday, May said she intended to hold the vote on her Brexit plan in the week starting on Jan. 14.
British Prime Minister Theresa May said on Monday that she intended to re-schedule a delayed vote in parliament on her Brexit plan in the week starting on Jan. 14.
The Labour leader will call for a no-confidence vote in U.K. PM Theresa May if she fails to name a date for the parliamentary Brexit vote.
Sterling would plummet and corporations would suffer if the U.K. held an election before Brexit, a Citi strategist told CNBC on Friday.
CNBC has a rundown of the flashpoints that have been hitting Europe this week.
Fresh from winning a leadership vote that allows her to stay in power, U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May moves on to her next obstacle: Brussels.
May won the leadership challenge by 200 votes to 117 votes against her in the ballot of Conservative members of parliament (MPs).
President Emmanuel Macron's parliamentary majority makes it unlikely that the government will fall.
Sterling surged Wednesday as British Prime Minister Theresa May repelled a leadership challenge and quieted a destructive mutiny within the U.K.'s Conservative Party.
British Prime Minister Theresa May will face a vote of no-confidence from members of her own Conservative party on Wednesday.
The clock is ticking on the Brexit deal deadline, but Cedomir Nestorovic of ESSEC Business School says the European Union could stop the clock until a deal is reached.
Rob Carnell of ING says Europe is not pushing economic and political reform at the "pace it needs to."
French President Emmanuel Macron announced tax cuts and wage rises on Monday in a bid to placate anti-government protesters, but the move will create tensions with the European Commission.
Britain's embattled Prime Minister Theresa May has admitted there is still "widespread and deep concern" about the nature of the Irish border post-Brexit, with less than four months to go before the country is scheduled to leave the bloc.
The delay sent the sterling to a 20-month low. Prime Minister Theresa May must now go back to Europe to try get the exit deal amended.