Silvia Amaro is a Digital Reporter for CNBC in London. She joined the team in October 2016 after reporting on European macro economics for two years in Brussels. Previously, she graduated from City University London with a BA in Journalism.
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Money managers are becoming increasingly concerned about the prospects of a ‘no-deal Brexit’ between the U.K. and the European Union.
CNBC takes a look at the key events affecting global trade since January.
European shares closed higher Wednesday, as investors maintained their focus on corporate earnings.
Despite a slowdown in growth and trade tensions, there are “enormous” and “stunning” opportunities in China, particularly in Fintech, an investment manager said Tuesday.
Stocks in Europe closed higher Tuesday as investors digested further corporate results and monitored remarks by Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell.
The spotlight might be on Presidents Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin Monday as they hold their first summit; but investors will also monitor a meeting between the EU and China with both looking to fend off U.S. tariffs.
European shares closed lower on Monday as investors focused on earnings and monitored a meeting between the United States and Russia.
President Donald Trump and his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin are due to meet Monday in Helsinki — but the Finnish capital wasn’t chosen at random to host the summit.
There might be a lot of controversy surrounding Donald Trump’s visit to the U.K., but one way or another the U.S. president will leave with a victory in his pocket, a former assistant to White House told CNBC Friday.
The giant balloon named “Trump Baby” was released near the U.K.’s Houses of Parliament, where “Stop Trump” protesters are marching in central London.
The three most popular online streaming services, Netflix, Amazon Prime and Now TV, had 15.4 million U.K. subscribers for the first quarter of 2018, while there were 15.1 million subscribers to services such as Sky, Virgin Media and BT.
The giant balloon portraying President Donald Trump as an angry baby that was flown next to the UK parliament in London might make it to the US. A crowdfunding campaign aims to take the balloon to the Trump National golf course in Bedminster.
From starting out in a career to managing social media and hiring staff, some of the world’s top media executives including WWE's Stephanie McMahon and advertising founder John Hegarty gave CNBC’s “What Drives You” their business advice
CNBC looks at how the computer systems in F1 cars have made their way into regular vehicles.
FIA President Jean Todt discusses his start with the Ferarri team and the current problems facing F1.
F1 experts discuss whether the quieter engine sounds are making the sport less attractive.
Cyrus Mewawalla of GlobalData says the EU antitrust case against Google & Alphabet reflects the fundamental differences between how European and US regulators approach the issue.
Chad Morganlander of Washington Crossing Advisors discusses the firm's move to underweight US stocks and shift to a more value approach in equities and shorter-term bonds.
Meaghan Werle of Kantar Consulting discusses how Amazon Prime Day has evolved since it was first introduced in 2015.