Mixed data out of the U.S. is adding confusion to the schedule of the next Bank of England rate rise, says senior economist at ING, James Knightley.» Read More
Killian Hurley, CEO of Mount Anvil, tells CNBC that London's housing market needs radical change and says supply, not demand, is the central issue.
Commenting on investigations into fraud at the Bank of England, Andrew Goodwin, senior U.K. economist at Oxford Economics says the central bank needs to be more transparent.
The strong dollar story has not changed, and many pros will tell you the currency has further to climb.
The Bank of England's rate-setting committee voted unanimously to keep rates on hold. CNBC's Helia Ebrahimi reports on this and U.K. unemployment figures.
Discussing the U.K. inflation data, George Buckley, chief UK economist at Deutsche Bank, says the falling prices in oil, petrol and utility bills is adding downward pressure on inflation.
Annual consumer price inflation in the U.K. came in at 0.3 percent in January -- its lowest level since records began. CNBC's Helia Ebrahimi discusses.
James Knightley, U.K. economist at ING, says that falling oil and food prices were the main factors behind the fall in U.K. annual inflation.
Alan Clarke, chief U.K. economist at Scotiabank, discusses what moves we are likely to see from the Bank of England in the face of falling inflation.
Amid a low inflationary environment worldwide, central banks will likely do more hence the rate cut by Sweden's central bank wasn't totally unexpected, says Dominic Bunning, FX strategist at HSBC.
The Bank of England's Mark Carney discusses the Bank of England's inflation forecasts and discusses the oil price.
Jens Nordvig, global head of FX strategy and co-head of global markets research at Nomura Securities International, talks about "central bank activism" and when central banks will eventually raise rates.
The Bank of England has kept its key base rate at 0.5 percent and left its asset purchase program unchanged at £375 billion.has Steven Saywell, global head of FX strategy, gives his reaction.
Discussing recent U.K. pension deficits, Danny Vassiliades, head of investment consulting at Punter Southall, explains how quantitative easing is "exacerbating" the situation.
Simon Wells, chief UK economist at HSBC, talks about the possibility of U.K. spending cuts and explains why the upcoming U.K. election will be an "unusual" one.
Ahead of the Bank of England rate decision, Simon Wells, chief UK economist at HSBC explains that the oil price drop had a lot to do with the hawks in the BoE reversing their previous decision.
Christian Schulz, Senior Economist with Berenberg Bank, says the Bank of England is under more pressure to tighten than ease at Thursday's meeting.
Discussing spending cuts in the U.K., Paul Johnson, director at IFS, says the difference in policy between Labour and the Conservatives hasn't been this wide since 1992.
Discussing Greece, Adam Posen, president of Peterson Institute for international economics & former BoE MPC member, says that "in the short term," Greece and Europe are moving in the right direction. However a short-term loss for Greece will not help Europe in the long-term.
Adam Posen, president of Peterson Institute for international economics & former BoE MPC member says the issue with Greece is that things aren't going to change. So we should just give them the money rather than just "drag out all of Europe for the sake of a few million euros."
Mark McFarland, gobal chief economist at Coutts, does not expect a rate hike in the U.S. amid a weak labor market, and disinflation feeding through from falling oil prices and a soft euro.