Asia markets traded mixed on Monday, as traders eye key central bank meetings in the U.S. and Japan due later in the week. » Read More
Jane Foley, senior currency strategist at Rabobank, reacts to the release of the Bank of England's latest minutes which saw two out of nine members vote in favor of a rate hike.
Ross Walker, senior U.K. economist at Royal Bank of Scotland, Geoffrey Yu, FX strategist at UBS, and Richard Kelly, head of European rates at TD Securities, discuss what to expect from the Bank of England's minutes.
Gianluca Salford, European fixed income strategist at JPMorgan, says he is upbeat on the prospects of the euro zone economy and sees "juice left" in the region's bonds.
Andrew Lilico, executive director and principal at Europe Economics, says the characteristics of the U.K.'s labor market are a "mystery" to economists.
After a slew of bad data across the globe, the market may need to rejig its expectations for the end of easy monetary policy, some analysts said.
Josh Miller, senior economist at RICS, says the Bank of England can take a lot of credit for the softening in U.K. house prices and discusses the outlook for the housing market.
Simon Derrick, chief currency strategist at BNY Mellon, says the market was "overexcited" about the prospects of a U.K. rate hike and discusses the price movement of sterling.
Ruth Lea, economic advisor at Arbuthnot Banking Group, argues that it is time for the Bank of England to start normalizing rates.
Bank of England governor, Mark Carney, defends the central bank's forward guidance and says that it's been "entirely consistent" for months and therefore "dull and repetitive".
Mark Carney, governor at the Bank of England, says that although slack in the labor market is being used up faster than expected, productivity and wage growth have been "remarkably weak".
The risk surrounding the U.K. housing market is a "medium term risk" to the economy's recovery, Mark Carney, governor at the Bank of England replies to CNBC.
Robert Wood, chief U.K. economist at Berenberg, reacts to the latest U.K. unemployment and wage growth numbers and discusses what it means for the Bank of England.
Ian Temple, chairman and co-founder of Hydrogen, says there is a rise in U.K. employment and labor participation which hasn't caused upward pressure on wages.
David Owen, chief European economist at Jefferies International, discusses why wages aren't rising in the U.K. and what this could mean for an interest rate hike.
Melanie Baker, U.K. economist at Morgan Stanley, says a rise in wages would make the market "comfortable" with an interest rate rise in the U.K.
Martin Beck, senior U.K. economist at Oxford Economics, says that one or two members of the Bank of England's Monetary Policy Committee could vote in favor of a rate hike on Thursday.
Simon Wells,chief U.K. economist at HSBC, says that until there is a rise in real terms income, the Bank of England will be "cautious" about raising interest rates.
Michael Sneyd, foreign exchange strategist at BNP Paribas, comments on the U.K. economy following the release of the latest manufacturing data.
Former Bank of England governor Mervyn King, says central banks are not the answer to stimulating global growth.
Former Bank of England governor Mervyn King, says current governor Mark Carney is "splendid".