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Intesa Sanpaolo CEO Carlo Messina said: "I think that in the next year, so within 12 months, there will be some M&A deal in the country."
Cryptocurrency investors should be prepared to lose all their money, Bank of England governor says
Today 6:03 EDT
When asked about the rising value of cryptocurrencies, Bank of England Governor Andrew Bailey said: "They have no intrinsic value."
Jill Mortimer beat Labour's Paul Williams by nearly 7,000 votes, according to the count announced on Friday morning.
Treasury yields climb with key April jobs report in focus
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U.S. Treasury yields climbed on Friday, as investor attention turns to April's jobs report, due out later in the morning.
The severity of the global chip shortage has gone up a notch over the last few weeks and it's now looking as though millions of people will be impacted.
India reports over 400,000 daily cases for the third time in a week as second wave hammers country
Today 3:24 EDT
Health ministry data released Friday showed there were 414,188 new cases over a 24-hour period, where at least 3,915 people succumbed to the disease.
Adidas is more confident about sales this year as it notes stronger-than-expected demand for its products and a "healthy brand momentum."
'No prospects' for China-Australia relations to get back on track soon, political analyst says
Today 1:57 EDT
Siemens raised its full-year profit and sales guidance on Friday for the second time this year, after the German conglomerate beat earnings forecasts.
The second largest euro area economy predicts that its public debt ratio is likely to stand at 117.8% in 2021, and to fall only slightly to 116.3% in 2022.
European markets head for slightly higher open ahead of U.S. jobs report, as commodity prices surge
Today 1:07 EDT
European markets are set for a modestly higher open Friday as global stocks eye a positive week amid surging commodity prices.
China's customs agency said imports rose 43.1% in U.S. dollar terms, topping expectations of 42.5% growth, based on a Reuters poll.
The situation in India has become so dire that even upper-middle class families are pooling their resources to escape, says private jet charter company JetSetGo.
"I think we should start lifting these restrictions as aggressively as we put them in," said Dr. Scott Gottlieb, former head of the FDA.
Asia-Pacific markets set to trade mixed as investors look ahead to key U.S. jobs report
May 06, 2021
Economists expect as many as 1 million payrolls were added last month in the United States and the unemployment rate likely fell from 6% to 5.8%.
CNBC's Jim Cramer said investors will eventually wish they "own more than just the red-hot stocks of the minerals, the oils and the banks."
Cuomo privately calls on business leaders to stay in New York and lobby to remove cap on SALT deductions
May 06, 2021
Gov. Andrew Cuomo privately called on business leaders to stay in New York and lobby lawmakers to remove the cap on SALT deductions.
Peloton said Thursday it expects its fiscal fourth-quarter sales to take a $165 million hit due to a treadmill recall.
Etsy CEO Josh Silverman told CNBC on Thursday the e-commerce site is working with social media influencers to broaden its appeal.
Jim Cramer says investors can still take advantage of 'fast and furious' Covid recovery
May 06, 2021
"The gains are coming fast and furious, but only for a very small part of the market," CNBC's Jim Cramer said Thursday.
Holmes' ownership stake in Theranos was valued at up to $4.5 billion. Prosecutors say her spending more than kept pace and she was overtaken by her fame.
Futures opened slightly higher in extended trading as investors awaited Friday's highly anticipated jobs report.
Eamon Javers breaks down a recent court decision allowing the IRS to access the identities of taxpayers who use cryptocurrencies.
Norwegian Cruise Line CEO says U.S. ships are unlikely to sail this summer, calls CDC guidance 'unfair'
May 06, 2021
Shares of Norwegian Cruise Line fell nearly 7% on Thursday after the company released financial results for the first quarter.
Trump pardoned Bannon and dozens of others on his last night in office, but he did not pardon Kolfage.
Prime Day, which typically takes place in July, was postponed to mid-October last year in the U.S. and elsewhere due to the pandemic.
Peloton said it will delay the launch of its Tread machine in the United States, which had been scheduled for May 27, until new safety features are added.