Russia’s elite will descend on St. Petersburg this week for the country’s flagship economic summit at a time of heightened uncertainty.
British finance minister George Osborne warned voters that he will take new austerity measures if they decide to leave the bloc in next week's referendum.
Richard Bernstein Advisors' Joe Zidle explains why six months from now, people will look back at the Brexit vote as a nonevent.
Brexit Alert! Jim Cramer shared his advice on moves to take if the market panics off of the Brexit vote.
Jim Cramer says the market has been through far worse before. A Brexit doesn't mean investors should run for the hills.
CNBC's Rick Santelli discusses the state of European banks.
Our live blog tracked market reaction amid growing consternation over Britain's possible exit from the European Union.
European stocks closed lower on Tuesday as investors wavered ahead of a two-day meeting of the U.S. Federal Reserve and global concerns over a Brexit weigh on sentiment.
Anticipating the U.K. vote on leaving the European Union or not, with Rob Arnott, Research Affiliates Chairman & CEO.
The European Central Bank would pledge to backstop financial markets in tandem with the Bank of England should Britain vote to leave the EU.
Portugal hopes the U.K. chooses to remain within the European Union, the Portuguese economy minister told CNBC.
The 10-year German bund's first-ever move below zero percent is a negative for markets overall, Pimco's Richard Clarida says.
Germany may make the most noise about low interest rate policies, but new research by the ECB claims Italians have been harder hit than Germans.
The Russian national football team has been handed a suspended disqualification from Euro 2016 and a 150,000-euro ($168,300.00) fine.
Euroskeptic economist Roger Bootle says the UK will not be the one to feel the pinch if Britain votes to exit the EU.
Many Europeans would rather focus on domestic issues and query whether obligations to allies should take precedence over national interests, said Pew.
Manuel Caldeira Cabral, Portugal's economy minister, says his country is anxious about the prospects of Brexit in the U.K.'s EU referendum.
Manuel Caldeira Cabral, Portugal's economy minister, says reducing the country's deficit has put it on the right path to gain investors' confidence.
A Brexit would hammer investment in the U.K and Europe for years, JPMorgan's investment banking boss Daniel Pinto said.
Tuesday's strike could be particularly debilitating for the country as France is five days into hosting the month-long UEFA soccer tournament.