Yanis Varoufakis, former Greek finance minister, discusses his view that the Greek government's hands are tied by financial institutions.
Seth Merrin, CEO of Liquidnet, says his company is helping to make the market more electronic to facilitate trading.
Joerg Eigendorf, head of communications and senior group director at Deutsche Bank, says the bank strongly intends to solve its problems by itself.
Credit-card debt is a huge financial concern for seniors, right behind medical bills and just ahead of paying for utilities.
Goldentree Asset Management's Steven Tananbaum says the U.S. credit market looks stretched, while the European market is still developing
Sebastian Siemiatkowski, CEO of Klarna, explains his company's attempt to revolutionize credit card purchases for online consumers.
A new study finds that credit card agreements are literally too hard for most Americans to read. NBCNews reports.
A huge portion of people in the U.S. don't grasp the terms and conditions of their credit card agreements, a new study suggests.
ECB president Mario Draghi discusses who benefits from the central bank's non-conventional monetary policies.
Earl Hesterberg, Group 1 Automotive CEO, discusses the demand for new and used cars as well as what auto sales figures are saying about the state of the economy. CNBC's Phil LeBeau weighs in.
CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports why those with good credit ratings are turning to used cars rather than new.
Citi Private Bank's Ken Peng says rising Libor and risks from Chinese banks' bad debts are big concerns for the market.
With commitment and patience, financial advisors say there are ways to repair your financial situation and up your credit score.
Who's responsible for any debt left behind by your loved ones? That depends on the type of debt, but the answer usually is: Not you.
Major Chinese banks had stronger-than-expected H1 results, largely due to Beijing's efforts to lower funding costs, says S&P Global Ratings' Qiang Liao.
There are certain Chinese sectors that are seeing a concentration of inflows, notes BNP Paribas Investment Partners' Arthur Kwong.
Standard & Poor's lowered Mexico's sovereign credit outlook to negative from stable, adding that a downgrade could happen in the next two years.
Dan Suzuki, BofA Merrill Lynch, shares his market forecast, and explains the key things to focus on are quality and leverage.
Moody's Vice President Frank Mirenzi explains that the downgraded outlook reflects deteriorating conditions seen for Australia's largest banks.
Watchers believe they now hold the greatest growth potential in the credit card industry.