Insight on continued fears over Europe and ramifications for the global markets, with Jonathan Corpina, Meridian Equity Partners; Jeffrey Grossman, BRG Brokerage; Jeff Kilburg, Treasury Curve; and CNBC's Bob Pisani.
CNBC's Sue Herera and Simon Hobbs discuss the three drivers of today's market selloff, including the French elections, the resignation of Prime Minister Mark Rutte and his Cabinet, and the recession in Spain.
In a country where gas is more expensive than the U.S. ($4.42/gal), where the roads and highways and are still being built out, and where congestion chokes the traffic in big cities, China's love of the SUV runs strong.
Sunday's flash PMI report on China shows the importance of maintaining discipline in your trading strategies.
Singapore reports inflation and France's election roils Europe - it's time for your FX Fix.
Stephen Roach, former Morgan Stanley chief economist breaks down the risks facing the U.S. recovery; the cost of Fed policies; whether China's economy is hitting a wall; and the race for the White House, with GOP presidential candidate, Rep. Ron Paul, (R-TX).
GM sold more vehicles in China than in the U.S. last year. Dan Akerson, General Motors chairman & CEO, expects auto sales to rise 10% this year in China and discusses GM restoring its 50/50 partnership with China's SAIC.
CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports the latest detail on the outlook for global growth as the world's largest automakers meet in China this week.
China's manufacturing activity, while still in contraction, rebounded in April from a four-month low, and one analyst says that's a further sign that China's slowing growth has bottomed out.
Nissan Motor is concentrating all its investments and increase in capacity over the next several years to develop the Chinese market, the company’s CEO Carlos Ghosn told CNBC's Kaori Enjoji at the Beijing Motor Show on Monday, even as he gave a pessimistic outlook for Europe.
Carlos Ghosn, Chairman & CEO of Nissan Motor describes how the company's Venucia brand is set to benefit from the government's decision to put 5 million electric vehicles on its roads by 2020.
A potential change of government in France and the Netherlands is raising concerns that Europe may backtrack on the fiscal consolidation needed to deal with the region's debt crisis, but David Lipton, IMF's first deputy managing director told CNBC he's not that concerned, and said the organization won't lend money until it is sure governments are dedicated to policy changes.
John Noonan, Senior FX Analyst, Thomson Reuters says that the breakdown of Dutch budget talks is surprising and that the country could see snap elections soon.
A positive manufacturing report in China should lift the Australian dollar, this strategist says.
Discussing the IMF pledge, how the French elections could impact the U.S. economy and whether China will have a soft landing, with William Rhodes, William R. Rhodes Global Advisors CEO & president.
Argentina’s move to seize the local energy assets from Spanish oil and gas giant Repsol has spurred condemnation from the European Union's parliament and has led to worries about more anti-free market policies in Latin America.
The Squawk on the Street team discusses comments made by Charles Bunch, PPG Industries chairman & CEO. He told Jim Cramer that rising costs in China could mean more jobs in the U.S.
Jin Liqun, Chairman of Board of Supervisors of CIC tells Managing Asia's Christine Tan why he has turned more positive about investing in Europe
MGM Resorts International is in far better shape than it was four years ago and should be able to weather another economic storm should there be a repeat of the 2008 financial crisis, says CEO Jim Murren.
A rush of corporate earnings news should help steer stocks Thursday, but Europe’s sovereign debt crisis could come back into play, depending on the outcome of Spanish bond auctions.