CNBC’s Chris Bishop reports from Johannesburg.
Andrew Lilico, executive director at Europe Economics, gives his thoughts on Brexit.
Siemens is working more collaboratively to develop technology, Joe Kaeser told CNBC.
The days of the "conglomerate of all nature" are in the past, Joe Kaeser tells CNBC.
Nivindya Sharma, senior editor at WGSN Instock, discusses H&M’s disappointing fourth quarter results.
Stephane Malrait, global head of e-commerce and innovation for financial markets at ING, and Grant Lee, partner at PwC, discuss incoming EU reporting rules.
It does not help that the U.K.'s parliament will have to vote on whatever Brexit deal Britain strikes with the European Union, Xavier Bettel says.
There is a strong case for policymakers to regulate bitcoin, Clemens Fuest, president of the Ifo Institute, says.
Andrew Wilson, chief executive for EMEA and co-head of global fixed income at Goldman Sachs Asset Management, discusses the Federal Reserve’s decision to hike interest rates.
Andrew Wilson, chief executive for EMEA and co-head of global fixed income at Goldman Sachs Asset Management, tells CNBC what he expects to see from central banks.
Germany's economy is seeing growth in employment, wages and exports, Clemens Fuest, president of the Ifo Institute, says.
Ger Brennan, managing director of MSD Ireland, tells CNBC about how the company is making contingency plans ahead of Brexit.
Brexit talks seem to be going in the right direction, Friedrich Joussen says.
TUI is “confident” it will achieve a 10 percent profit increase each year for the next three years, Friedrich Joussen said.
Friedrich Joussen discusses TUI’s full year results.
Pippa Malmgren, founder of DRPM, gives her reaction to controversial Republican Roy Moore's failure to win the U.S. Senate seat in Alabama.
Ricardo Perez, senior client director at Kantar Millward Brown, gives his take on Zara-owner Inditex's third-quarter results.
David Riley, head of credit strategy at BlueBay Asset Management, gives his market outlook for 2018.
Markus Ferber, vice-chair of the European Parliament’s Committee on Economic and Monetary Affairs, discusses a shakeup of financial data reporting rules.
The U.K. currently has an exchange rate that "works for services but doesn't work for industry," John Mills, chairman of JML, said.
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