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Sean Corrigan, director of Cantillon Consulting, discusses the European banking sector.
The latest data on U.S.-China trade indicate that Beijing is not doing what it should to reduce its excessive surpluses by buying more American products, writes Dr Michael Ivanovitch.
Novak's comments come as construction continues apace on Nord Stream 2 — a contentious undersea gas pipeline.
The Fed and the ECB should clearly communicate to the general public that monetary policy is only one of the instruments of economic management, writes Dr Michael Ivanovitch.
The U.S.-China trade war has changed how economists look at France and Germany.
Austria's most prominent anti-immigration lawmaker looks all set to return to power, not even four months since his premiership ended.
Oliver Steil, CEO of TeamViewer, discusses the company's IPO.
David Owen, chief European economist at Jefferies International, discusses the euro zone economy.
The ECB announced a new quantitative easing program and cut interest rates deeper into negative territory.
Olaf Koch, CEO of Metro AG, discusses the wholesale sector and the German economy.
A prompt and a meaningful decline of U.S. trade deficits with China is an urgent matter of economic policy and national security, writes Dr Michael Ivanovitch.
Stefan Oschmann, CEO of Merck, discusses the slowdown in German manufacturing, the impacts of the Sino-U.S. trade war, and the company's acquisition of Versum Materials.
Germany's 54 billion euro ($59 billion) plan to reduce carbon emissions is too small to make a difference, an analyst told CNBC Monday.
IBM executive Jason Kelley said the firm is looking to foster "collaboration" across industries when it comes to blockchain.
Renewable sources of energy are becoming increasingly important cogs in the global energy mix.
With a population of more than 1.3 billion, the Chinese market is already a huge source of revenue for companies around the world — but the state's economic policies have faced heavy criticism.