Spriha Srivastava is the lead blog writer for World Markets Live at CNBC International, managing the coverage of the European trading day and breaking news for CNBC's live blog. She also writes regular news stories covering various aspects of macroeconomics across Europe and emerging markets for CNBC.com. She was previously a senior staff writer, Money Management at the Financial Times where she covered personal finance. Prior to that, Spriha spent four years at Thomson Reuters where she was one of the moderators for Global Markets Forum, a live forum for market professionals.
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Our live blog tracked reaction after U.S. stock markets gave up gains from the previous session.
Our live blog tracked market reaction as a bullish edge returned to equities.
Our live blog tracked news that Wall Street stocks are set for their second weekly loss as investors focus on policy uncertainty and terror attacks.
Our live blog tracked euro's reaction after the latest ECB minutes showed policymakers concerned about the overshoot in the euro when they met on July 20.
Our live blog tracked reaction as Wall Street stocks traded higher start to the trading day as investors focus on FOMC minutes.
Our live blog tracked market reaction as Wall Street traded higher start and dollar climbs amid tensions easing in the Korean peninsula.
Our live blog tracked market reaction as tensions between North Korea and the United States appear to recede.
Our live blog is tracking reaction after North Korean state media claim the country is planning how to carry out a missile strike on Guam.
Our live blog tracked market reaction to U.S. crude stockpile data showing a bigger-than-expected drawdown in oil inventories.
Our live blog tracked market reactions as Wall Street stocks traded lower amid investors eyeing corporate earnings.
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.
Talley Leger of Oppenheimer Funds discusses potential risks for US equities
John Kilduff of Again Capital says OPEC and non-OPEC producers have their hands full, as the soft dollar and end of summer driving season pressures prices.
Todd Haselton of CNBC.com previews the Samsung Galaxy Note 8, and how the company needs to get a leg up on Apple and the iPhone 8.