Markets in Europe opened lower as investors took a breather after a strong rally on Wall Street and focused on earnings and political instability.
Matthew Sheldon, senior portfolio manager in water strategy at KBI Global Investors, discusses investing in the space alongside new regulations from Trump.
CNBC's Hadley Gamble discusses the implications of Saudi Arabian King Salman making a "historical" trip to Asia, as well as possible plans for Aramco's IPO.
Thomas Guénolé, political scientist at Sciences Po, weighs in on the French presidential election, adding that the "ideology of Mr. Macron is opportunism."
Estimize CEO Leigh Drogen weighs in on Snap's IPO listing, suggesting that the social media platform secures users' loyalty less than the likes of Facebook.
Estimize CEO Leigh Drogen discusses the Trump administration's relationship with Russia, and how this is viewed by U.S. civil servants.
Laura Slimani, spokesperson for Benoit Hamon, argues that the furor surrounding Francois Fillon discredits all politicians for being corrupt.
Adecco CEO Alain Dehaze discusses earnings, a planned share buyback and growth in regional markets.
Stefan Meister, head of the Robert Bosch Center at the German Council on Foreign Relations, adds that undermining German credibility also impacts the EU.
AfD co-leader Georg Pazderski tells CNBC that the rise of populist politics in Europe is because "people want to have an alternative."
SAN FRANCISCO, March 1- California's carbon market generated little interest from buyers at last month's permit auction, results released on Wednesday showed, raising concern about the program's ability to deliver funding for projects like the state's bullet train. California along with its carbon market partner Quebec sold 18 percent of the over 65...
Eni CEO Claudio Descalzi discusses growing reserves in countries which may have corporate governance issues.
Eni CEO Claudio Descalzi discusses his business strategy for the company, which will focus on new upstream projects.
Eni CEO Claudio Descalzi discusses his strategy in terms of capex cuts and adds that the oil price will rise, though "2017 is still a transition era."
CNBC's Hadley Gamble discusses news that Iraq is to be removed from U.S. President Trump's new immigration order affecting seven majority-Muslim countries.
Class CNBC's Claudia Pensotti reports from Milan on the details of luxury clothing brand Moncler's positive earnings data.
Simon Derrick, chief currency strategist at BNY Mellon, suggests that there could be be surprise results in this year's elections taking place in Europe.
CNBC's Gemma Acton weighs in on Man Group's latest earnings and business strategy, as well as the wider hedge fund industry's need for attrition.
Avast CEO Vince Steckler warns CNBC that Internet of Things manufacturers "don't think about security."
David Miller, investment director at Quilter Cheviot, argues that the market is "presenting opportunities for stock selectors."