European Central Bank President Christine Lagarde discusses the bank's latest monetary policy decision.
ECB President Christine Lagarde says the central bank will "use all the instruments that we have" to address the coronavirus crisis.
Christian Keller, head of economics research at Barclays, discusses the European Central Bank's latest monetary policy announcement.
When coronavirus lockdowns forced businesses to shutter and pushed millions from their jobs earlier this year, Francesca Chia had her work cut out.
Jonas Prising, chairman and CEO of Manpower, discusses the current jobs climate and the future of the workforce.
European Central Bank President Christine Lagarde says the bank could reconsider using all of its pandemic monetary stimulus if there is "very significant upside."
European Central Bank President Christine Lagarde discusses the bank's latest monetary policy move.
AI is on the rise during the coronavirus pandemic, but more women are needed to get the industry where it needs to be, according to a new IBM report.
As the pandemic prompted governments to order lockdowns and other social distancing measures, consumer demand began tumbling in January — first in China, then in South Korea and from March in Europe and the United States.
Since late January, the economy has been paralyzed by self-isolation containment across the country, which kept businesses and shops closed.
Staying at home to study abroad? With the coronavirus international travel bans, colleges and universities are seeking virtual ways to provide students with the iconic overseas experience.
There will be a "significant rebound" in the aviation industry once borders start to open up, said Thomas Flohr of VistaJet.
A pronounced economic slump sparked by the coronavirus outbreak has imperiled a popular investment strategy: buying dividend stocks.
The price of rice — a staple food in Asia — has hit 7-year highs due to the coronavirus crisis as importers rush to stockpile the grain while exporters curb shipments.
On social and state media, China continues to promote its shipments of medical supplies to hard hit countries in Europe and Africa.
The coronavirus pandemic has exposed the vulnerability of countries and companies that rely on a limited number of trading partners.
Even if every American is given $1,000 to ride out the coronavirus crisis, it's still going to be difficult for the U.S. economy to stay afloat, said Andrew Levin, a former special advisor to the Federal Reserve Board.
President Donald Trump's decision to ban travel from many European countries is "politically motivated" and will not prevent further coronavirus cases, analysts told CNBC.
French President Emmanuel Macron asks global leaders to act together to combat COVID-19, as the country strives to contain its outbreak.
U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced a change of strategy to tackle the coronavirus outbreak.