European stocks were lower on Friday afternoon, as Turkey's ongoing currency crisis appeared to keep investors wary.
The newspaper published a compilation of editorials from media outlets across the country defending a free press.
With no sign of de-escalation in its tariff spat with the U.S. and the absence of a comprehensive plan to address key economic weaknesses, risk remains extremely high. And Qatar's $15 billion investment package may be a mere band-aid.
Teneo Intelligence Co-President Wolfango Piccoli speaks about the political fallout from the recent collapse of a motorway bridge in Genoa, Italy.
Bourses in Europe climbed higher Thursday following news that China accepted an invitation from the United States to talk trade in late August.
In a tweet shortly before his appearance on MSNBC, Brennan alleged that Trump's actions are "part of a broader effort" to "suppress freedom of speech & punish critics."
Carsten Hesse, European economist at Berenerg, speaks about repercussions of Turkey's economic crisis.
The government claims it is responding to a “deliberate attack” by the U.S. on Turkey’s economy.
Shares in Europe closed lower on Wednesday afternoon as concerns over the Turkish currency crisis continued to impact investors' appetite.
Omarosa revealed later on Tuesday that she has been interviewed by special counsel Robert Mueller.
Turkey’s interior ministry is launching investigations into 346 social media accounts posting negatively about the lira in an apparent attempt to stifle dissent amid a dramatic currency crisis.
The currency has lost 28 percent of its value against the greenback since August and more than 40 percent this year amid investor fears over central bank policy and escalating disputes with the United States.
European stocks traded lower Tuesday afternoon although concerns over Turkey's economic woes have eased.
Georgina Wright, research associate for the Europe program at Chatham House, speaks about the latest Brexit news.
Reporting from Istanbul, Turkey, CNBC's Willem Marx wraps President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's latest comments concerning the economy and Turkey's relationship with the U.S.
Cristian Maggio, head of emerging markets strategy at TD Securities, speaks about governance in Turkey.
William Jackson, chief emerging markets economist at Capital Economics, says that tackling inflation requires a long term commitment from policy makers in Turkey.
David Stubbs, chief client investment strategist at J.P. Morgan Private Bank, speaks about the Turkish economy.
European stocks failed to shrug off jitters by Monday's close, as Turkey's worsening economic crisis prompted investors to offload riskier equities and flee to safe-haven assets.
CNBC's Willem Marx reports from Istanbul, Turkey, about the country's currency troubles.