Mario Draghi fought the headwinds of German-imposed fiscal austerity on sinking euro area economies and led the monetary union to economic recovery. » Read More
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German Interior Minister Markus Kerber discusses the country's fiscal stimulus plans and the economic impact of political instability across Europe.
Markus Braun, CEO of Wirecard, says Asia will be a "tremendous growth market" over the next decade.
Puma on Thursday announced it will launch its first smartwatch, in partnership with American brand Fossil Group.
Low interest rates have been one of the biggest challenges for lenders globally.
The World Economic Forum ranked 140 countries based on their appeal to tourists, but warned that many countries were nearing a tourism "tipping point" that threatened to overwhelm or damage their resources.
Volkswagen is one of the world's largest automakers. It houses brands such as Audi, Porsche, and Bentley. But perhaps its best-known vehicle is the Volkswagen Beetle. Over its entire lifespan, Volkswagen sold over 22.5 million of all three versions of the Beetle. But in July of 2019, production on one of the most iconic and important cars of all time came to an end.
Mobile bank N26 has been named Germany's best start-up to work for by LinkedIn this year.
A modified Bugatti Chiron driven by Andy Wallace, hit the top speed on Volkswagen's Ehra-Lessien test track in Germany last month.
CNBC's Steve Liesman takes a look at global economic data that shows multiple countries seeing the same slowdown in their economies.
Christian Schulz, director of European economics at Citi, discusses the ECB's monetary policy,
Blu Putnam of CME Group says there won't be a U.S. recession because the job market is doing "fine" and consumers are likely to keep spending.
Andrea Montanino, chief economist at Confindustria and former executive director of the IMF, discusses the Italian economy.
Germany shouldn't implement a "kitchen sink" type of fiscal stimulus, but a modest one is "warranted," says Jacob Kirkegaard of the Peterson Institute for International Economics.
Andrew Kenningham, chief Europe economist at Capital Economics, says Germany's economic suffering is a "major issue" for the rest of the EU.
Trump should not let up with his efforts to increase U.S. sales in the EU and Japan, writes Michael Ivanovitch.
CNBC's "Power Lunch" team discusses the G-7 meeting and what it has meant so far for global trade with Sameer Samana of Wells Fargo and David Bianco of DWS Americas.
Clemens Fuest, president of Germany's Ifo Institute for Economic Research, discusses the country's economic slowdown.
Richard Martin of IMA Asia says central bankers can't do much in the current environment, and governments across North America and Europe are going to turn back to fiscal policy.
Dino Kos, international head of regulatory affairs at CLS Bank and former New York Fed official, and CNBC's Mike Santoli, join the "Squawk Box" team to discuss what the markets are hoping to hear from Fed Chairman Jay Powell will say about the economy and rates during the Jackson Hole Fed symposium.
Gerard Dominguez Reig, senior researcher at thinktank the Education Policy Institute, says the British education system is undergoing a transformation.