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French election runoff would be a 'disaster scenario' for markets: Expert

Anthony Gardner, former U.S. ambassador to the EU, discusses how the outcome of France's election will likely impact French markets and the future of the European Union.


UK would be welcomed back if it abandons Brexit: EU Parliament chief

European Parliament President Antonio Tajani has said Brexit could be reversed if the U.K. wanted to withdraw Article 50 after the upcoming General Election.


Portugal was shocked by Eurogroup Chief's words on 'booze and women': Official

Ricardo Mourinho Félix, Portugal’s deputy finance minister, talks about Eurogroup President Jeroen Dijsselbloem, after the EU boss offended South EU nations with his "booze and women" remarks.


How Turkey might have ruined its relationship with the EU

European leaders were less-than-congratulatory to Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan following the result of last weekend's referendum.


The biggest concern for the IMF and World Bank? France

CNBC's Geoff Cutmore says the top concern of IMF and World Bank members is the outcome of the French election, and its impact on the future of the EU.


Le Pen tried to address her core eletorate over EU flag controversy

CNBC's Claire Fournier reports from Paris on far-right French presidential candidate Marine Le Pen's request that an EU flag is removed from a TV interview.


No French presidential candidates - apart from Fillon - guarantees a parliamentary majority

CNBC's Claire Fournier updates on French election news, a key story being far-right candidate Marine Le Pen's refusal to appear on TV in front of an EU flag.


'Snap elections positive for UK'

The elections will likely influence Brexit negotiations with the EU, notes Richard Harris of Port Shelter Investment Management.


Europeans may soon pay less for New Zealand lamb

SATS has received EU approval as an establishment for the provision of transshipment services, including meat products, explains CEO Alex Hungate.


EU chief Juncker, a harsh critic of Trump, is starting to see him with a 'growing benevolence'

European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker has started to see U.S. President Trump with different eyes, following the latter's decision to strike Syria.