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SAP posted 2017 results on the lower side of market expectations.
Mobile technology is reshaping society and the global economy in ways that would have been unimaginable a decade ago.
European stocks were lower on Tuesday morning, as investors monitored the release of fresh economic data and corporate earnings.
More countries are expressing interest in China's Belt and Road Initiative because of just how big it is growing, a researcher said.
March's general election in Italy poses a threat to stability at a time when the economy is doing well, according to Italy's economic development minister.
The U.S. Treasury report outlining new sanctions on Russian business entities, to be released Monday, will test Trump's relationship with Congress.
General positivity about Europe's financial sector is not expected to last long, according to two asset managers.
There is anger after the bank posted its third consecutive annual loss.
The British government's "refusal" to outline the UK's post-Brexit relationship with the EU is alarming, analysts and policymakers told CNBC on Monday.
Apple has notified suppliers that it will halve its iPhone X production target for the first quarter to around 20 million units, Nikkei reported on Monday.
The move marks the drugmaker's second big deal this month after buying Bioverativ.
That moment when you're on vacation and go down to the hotel pool to find towels placed on every sunbed could soon become a thing of the past.
Facebook is overseeing a transparency drive ahead of the introduction of stringent data protection rules in the European Union (EU).
Traditional correlations in global financial markets have become broken that this fragmentation has become a new normal, a strategist told CNBC.
Saudi Arabian billionaire businessman Prince Alwaleed bin Talal has been freed after a high-profile detention during a crackdown on corruption, describing his arrest as a "misunderstanding."
The ECB and the euro look like the only glue holding together the 19 countries of the monetary union, Michael Ivanovitch writes.
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Equity investors should watch out for “the pace of moderation” in 2018, Sheila Patel said.
CNBC's Hadley Gamble speaks with Jihad Azour, director of the Middle East and Central Asia department at the IMF, about the region's economic environment.
Daniel Lalonde discusses SMCP’s full-year revenues.