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CNBC's Annette Weisbach updates from Frankfurt, Germany, on negotiations to form the next German government.
German manufacturing conglomerate Siemens announced on Thursday that it was cutting 6,900 jobs worldwide in response to changes in the energy and commodity sectors.
Jean-Claude Trichet said: "We are now at a level which is higher than immediately before the financial crisis."
Germany's Deputy Finance Minister Michael Meister speaks about the European Central Bank and the gravity of risks facing the euro zone.
Bundesbank Executive Board Member Andreas Dombret speaks about the German economy and planning for Brexit.
German Deputy Finance Minister Michael Meister discusses the timeframe in which Europe's largest economy could form its next government.
Hanover Airport in Germany is closed until further notice following the discovery of explosives at the airport, NBC News has learned.
Economist Jim O'Neill speaks about the potential for foreign businesses to move into China.
Trump may have fallen into a trap by softening his trade stance with China in exchange for North Korea “help," Michael Ivanovitch writes.
Germany's biggest bank has appeared locked in a downward spiral, the Financial Times reports.
German sportswear firm Adidas posted another strong quarter of sales and profit growth Thursday, driven by expansion in China and North America, where it has been taking market share from arch rival Nike.
Trump should stop complaining about China and respond with his own trade strategy, Michael Ivanovitch writes.
Any hope that Britain and the EU can reach a deal addressing the nation's migrant population is in vain, a leading academic says.
Paul Collier, professor economics and public policy, Oxford University, says governments need to plan better on immigration flows and policies to avoid a backlash.
The Treasury said it will closely monitor India's currency practices.
There are no urgent problems calling for a precipitous new Fed course, and there are still uncertainties, Michael Ivanovitch writes.
The German car maker benefited from cost cuts in its core autos division.
CNBC's Annette Weisbach discusses Deutsche Bank CEO John Cryan's leadership in addressing the lender's litigation issues.
CNBC's Annette Weisbach discusses Deutsche Bank's third-quarter earnings report.
Stanford economist John Taylor, seen as someone who could favor fast interest rate hikes, has reportedly become a Fed chair front-runner.