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Politicians have been bought off by big corporations, demonstrators said in Berlin, and that’s why they push so hard for free trade agreements.
European stocks were lower on Monday on concerns that the Fed could be considering an imminent interest rate hike.
The German government is considering telling the public to stockpile food and water in case of major disasters or an armed attack, a newspaper says.
Seventeen percent of bank loans in Italy are bad, according to aMonday report in the Wall Street Journal. That figure, which comes out to a combined 360 billion euros ($401 billion) in bad debt, is more than three times the bank loans that were bad in the U.S. on a percentage basis at the height of the financial crisis.
It’s more than stocks or currencies: The global economy could be damaged if the U.K. votes to leave the E.U.
Stay or go, the market may produce the same result following the U.K.’s referendum on its European Union membership this week, strategists say.
The risk of a Brexit is a concern for the whole world, International Monetary Fund Managing Director Christine Lagarde told CNBC.
Britain has a “fixation” with next week’s vote on whether the U.K. should exit the European Union trading block, Blackstone chief Steve Schwarzman tells CNBC.
Markets have been complacent for too long about the possibility of a British exit from the European Union, and last week they proved it. On Friday alone, the pound fell 1.5 percent from peak to trough off the back of a single poll, published in London’s Independent, that gave “leave” a significant lead over “stay” …
Activist hacking group Anonymous have declared this Friday December 11 a “trolling day” against the so-called terrorist group Islamic State (ISIS) as part of its cyber campaign against the militant Islamist group. In an online message, Anonymous asked people to mock ISIS, or “Daesh” as it is also known in the West (a derogatory term …
Julia Chatterley reports on the lockdown in Brussels.
Julia Chatterley reports from Brussels where Belgian police conducted a series of raids.
Michelle Caruso-Cabrera reports on the latest developments out of Paris.
The markets show their fragility as the manhunt for suspects in the Paris attacks continues.
Will the attacks in Paris keep the Federal Reserve from hiking interest rates?