Continued pain at Societe Generale's domestic retail division and a decline in the profitability of its global banking arm during the second quarter was partially mitigated.
Los Angeles has reached an agreement to host the Olympics in the summer of 2028 instead of 2024, the Los Angeles Times reports.
France's brand new President Emmanuel Macron needs to move quickly to change the country, according to a top-ranking member of the European Commission.
Donald Trump accused China of dumping cheap steel in the American market, Financial Times reports.
P.J. Crowley, former assistant secretary of State and "Red Line" author, provides insight to the meeting between President Donald Trump and French President Emmanuel Macron. France is a significant ally for the United States, says Crowley.
Investors and international institutions often criticize France for its rigid labor market and how that's a drag on its economic performance. But that's about to change, the former governor of the Bank of France told CNBC.
HSBC Chief Executive Stuart Gulliver confirmed on Tuesday possible plans to move 1,000 jobs from Britain to Paris in case of a so-called 'hard' Brexit.
JPMorgan chief Jamie Dimon has said that the financial sector needs to be prepared for a so-called “hard Brexit” scenario and has raised the possibility of moving some jobs from the City of London to other European cities.
Former Banque de France Governor Christian Noyer gives his thoughts on post-Brexit plans for financial institutions, in light of HSBC’s CEO saying a “hard Brexit” could mean 1,000 HSBC jobs could move to Paris from London.
“I frankly think that apart from the U.K., in three to four months from now, France will have the more flexible labor market in Europe,” former Banque de France Governor Christian Noyer tells CNBC.
Former Banque de France Governor Christian Noyer takes a look at the comparisons between the City of London and Paris, when it comes to tax, being a financial marketplace, and attracting investors.
The CEO of Amundi, Yves Perrier, said that he was "really optimistic" for the French economy, and encouraged colleagues from UK bank HSBC to visit.
Societe Generale Deputy CEO Severin Cabannes says that "Europe today is suffering from a lack of long term financing."
Safran Chairman Ross McInnes outlines Paris' potential to take the baton from London to become Europe's international financial hub.
Bob Ward, policy director at Grantham Research Institute, discusses U.S. president Donald Trump's decision to withdraw from the Paris climate change accord.
In his first parliamentary address as France’s prime minister, Edouard Philippe takes a not-so-subtle swipe at President Trump.
French President Emmanuel Macron vowed Monday that he would move to a public vote if lawmakers did not move quickly enough to back his ambitious reform agenda.
Ken Salazar, former U.S. Secretary of the Interior and former Colorado senator, discusses Energy Week in Washington, D.C. and President Trump's policy on fossil fuels.
The world wants to fly, or at least a growing number of people around the world do and that's lifting forecasts for new planes, especially narrow-body models, to an all-time high.
Flight training specialists are warning that within ten years the global airline industry faces a massive shortfall of pilots.
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.
A key worry for some is whether libra competes with sovereign currencies like the dollar.
French Secretary of State for Economy and Finance Agnes Pannier-Runacher discusses the new Italian government, European fiscal policy and the attacks on Saudi oil facilities.