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European markets closed higher Thursday after the Federal Reserve announced a plan to begin unwinding its balance sheet.
British Prime Minister Theresa May is poised to travel to Florence, Italy on Friday with ambitions to underline Britain's hopes for a "special partnership" with the EU post-Brexit.
Michael Meister, Germany's deputy finance minister, speaks about the rise of the country's far-right Alternative für Deutschland party.
Syed Kamall, Conservative Member of the European Parliament (MEP) for London, discusses the impact of Brexit on the tech industry and immigration in the United Kingdom. And Dan Primack, Axios business editor, weighs in.
Spanish police are reported to have raided several departments of Catalonia's regional government as tensions rise between Madrid and the pro independence regional government over a banned independence referendum.
Nandini Ramakrishnan, global market strategist at JPMorgan, weighs in on Brexit and the U.K. economy.
European markets closed provisionally choppy Wednesday afternoon, as investors awaited monetary policy guidance from the Federal Reserve.
ECB policymakers disagree on whether to set a definitive end-date for their money-printing program when they meet in October.
Discussions over Wolfgang Schaeuble's future as Germany's Finance chief took place this week.
Liam Halligan, author of 'Clean Brexit,' weighs in on Brexit negotiations.
Rolls Royce Chairman Ian Davis discusses Brexit negotiations.
Mark Phelps, CIO of concentrated global equities at Alliance Bernstein, weighs in on political risk in Europe.
Jörg Ambrosius, chairman of State Street, weighs in on this week's German election.
AmCham Germany President Bernhard Mattes speaks about the European economy and the upcoming German election.
European stocks closed little changed on Tuesday, as investors paused for breath ahead of a Federal Reserve meeting.
European business suffers from "promise fatigue" in China, the European Union Chamber of Commerce in China wrote in its latest paper.