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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?
Michelle Caruso-Cabrera reports from Paris where the manhunt is still underway for suspects who carried out Friday’s attack.
Germany may have a reputation as Europe’s economic stalwart, but a new report says the country is at risk of becoming the region’s money laundering capital. A study by the non-profit group European Network on Debt and Development (Eurodad), says that despite recent revelations over corporate tax dodging, the EU still provides a “wide-range” of …
Greeks gave Alexis Tsipras a second chance, voting to re-elect him as the country’s prime minister.
Thousands of vehicles and delivery trucks are stuck along one of Britain’s main highways.
The head of the European Central Bank increased its emergency lending to Greek banks.
Protesters take to the streets in Athens on the same day Parliament votes on the controversial bailout deal.
Many critics say Germany went too far during its negotiations with Greece. Steve Liesman explains.
Wall Street rallies on a deal for Greece, but at what price for the indebted country?
European leaders in Brussels reached a third bailout deal for Greece on Monday morning, after a final round of more than 17 hours of talks on the thorny subject of reforms and more financial aid for the near-bankrupt country. The president of the European Union, Donald Tusk, tweeted to confirm the news. Bond yields in …
European leaders plan to meet in Brussels to consider the fate of Greece.
Stocks rally as it appears Greece is closer than ever to striking a bailout deal with its creditors.
Greece has submitted its economic reform proposals and asked for 53.5 billion euros ($59.4 billion) as part of a new bailout package from its creditors. So what happens next? On Friday, the Greek parliament will vote on the plans then on Saturday the Eurogroup of finance minister will discuss the proposals. If that goes well, …
Michelle Caruso-Cabrera lays out a roadmap of what may happen next in Greece.