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Thursday, January 12, 2017 at 01:43 AM
CNBC's Gemma Acton takes a look at Barratt Development's latest numbers, and how the homebuilder is faring, considering the uncertain British environment at present. [Read More]
Bourses in Europe opened lower after President-elect Trump accused pharmaceuticals of "getting away with murder" and recommitted to a US "border tax". [Read More]
Alva Capital CEO, Alex Vaskevitch, talks about the disruption expected to be seen in the technology sector in the coming year. [Read More]
Nicholas Melhuish, head of global equities at Amundi, takes a look at how luxury stocks are performing as of late, with comment on Richemont. [Read More]
Following its trading update, CNBC's Gemma Acton talks about Barratt Developments' relationship with the London housing market. [Read More]
TheCityUK Chief Executive Miles Celic explains why passporting rights are extremely important for the U.K. as Brexit negotiations continue to rumble on. [Read More]
Chris Hayward, consumer specialist at Kantar Worldpanel, takes a look at the performance U.K. retail companies have had recently, with comment on consumer trends. [Read More]
BMI Research Global Economist, Tim Cooper, talks about President-elect Donald Trump's business affairs and the conflict they have with his presidency. [Read More]
Everything has changed, and nothing has changed more than the world of fashion," Karl Lagerfeld tells CNBC. [Read More]
Britain's finance industry has given up on efforts to keep full access to the European Union after Brexit. [Read More]
Bourses in Europe should start Thursday lower after President-elect Trump accused pharmaceuticals of "getting away with murder" and recommitted to a "border tax" in the... [Read More]
Fillon will beat Le Pen by 63 percent to 37 percent if they meet head to head in a presidential election runoff. [Read More]
An aide to a Florida congressman who was wheeled out of the Capitol on a stretcher Wednesday says he "did not suffer a heart attack." [Read More]
Jan Thoresen, CEO of, says the switch from FM to digital radio is rather meaningless. [Read More]
Stephen Nagyat of the International Christian University talks about Japanese PM Abe's interest in building a norm-based relationship in Southeast Asia. [Read More]
Our live blog is tracking market reactions following Trump's press conference where he criticized pharmaceutical firms. [Read More]
Asian shares were mixed following a choppy session in the U.S. with stocks ending higher. [Read More]
Justin Smirk at Westpac says that the outlook for oil prices in the second half of the year is negative. [Read More]
Peter Mathews, author of Dollar Democracy, talks about the conflict between Trump's private and public interests. [Read More]
Nearly 70 percent of the world's most innovative companies in 2016 were American, according to the study. [Read More]