Special Reports Davos - World Economic Forum


  • Capital conditions are getting tighter: Solomon

    David Solomon, co-head of the investment banking division at Goldman Sachs, says more IPOs and company sales may occur, as businesses turn from private capital to the public market.

  • We will see more volatility: David Solomon

    David Solomon, co-head of the investment banking division at Goldman Sachs, says to expect more market volatility which is driven by a re-pricing and a correction.

  • We are in bear market conditions: CEO

    Investec Asset Management CEO, Hendrik du Toit says 2016 will be a year where many market levels will be tested as opinion is divided and challenges must be solved.

  • Fight against Isis is a common issue: Lykketoft

    Mogens Lykketoft , president of the 70th Session of the UN General Assembly, says differences need to be put aside in order to contain the threat of Isis.

  • Cyprus leaders close to peace deal

    Nicos Anastasiades, President of Cyprus, talks about how close the leaders are to the reunification of the island.

  • More flexibility in labor market needed: Macron

    France’s economy minister, Emmanuel Macron says France will keep pushing and keep reforming when it comes to improving the labor market in the country.

  • Brexit would be a ‘lose, lose’ approach: Macron

    France’s economy minister, Emmanuel Macron says Europe is a “good thing for U.K.” and the “U.K is a good thing for Europe”.

  • Is it time to invest in Cyprus?

    Nicos Anastasiades, president of Cyprus, says oil and tourism are potential growth areas for the Cypriot economy and there are so many reasons to invest in the country.

  • Refugee crisis is challenge for all of Europe: Macron

    France’s economy minister, Emmanuel Macron discusses the job market in parts of Europe in relation to the refugee crisis.

  • EnQuest’s ethos is high efficiency, low prices: CEO

    EnQuest CEO, Amjad Bseisu tells CNBC how the oil and gas production company will survive the current oil price environment.

  • Portugal’s financial system is improving: Econ. min

    Portugal has no connection to Italian banks, says Portugal’s economy minister, Manuel Caldeira Cabral, following the news of a recent ECB investigation into euro zone banks.

  • There’s investor confidence in Portugal: Econ. min

    Portugal’s economy minister, Manuel Caldeira Cabral discusses the country’s budget for 2016 adding that Portugal’s growth is increasing and will do throughout 2016.

  • Fines were a dream for banks: Adam McKay

    Adam McKay, director of new film The Big Short, talks about Wall Street, the financial system and greed and says banks did not learn any lessons from the financial crisis.

  • The impact of central bank policy

    Peter Michaelis, head of equities at Alliance Trust Investments, talks about central bank policy and whether the Federal Reserve will raise rates again in 2016.

  • Markets are less liquid these days: CEO

    Michael Dobson, CEO of Schroders, talks about recent market volatility and says there are interesting investment opportunities emerging for long term investors.

  • China's burgeoning tech sector

    Neil Shen, managing partner at Sequoia Capital China, talks about the Chinese economy and says China's leaders are deeply engaged in understanding the technology sector.

  • The luxury retail sector in China

    Mario Moretti Polegato, president and founder of Geox, talks about China and the luxury sector.

  • Digitization is essential: Cisco VP

    Chris Dedicoat, executive vice president of worldwide sales for Cisco, says every company needs to become a tech company and digitize to stay competitive.

  • Is OPEC still relevant?

    Majid Jafar, CEO of Crescent Petroleum, tells CNBC's Hadley Gamble that OPEC is not as relevant as it used to be.

  • Are we at the bottom of commodities cycle?

    Anil Agarwal, chairman of Vedanta Resources, says we are definitely at the bottom of the commodities cycle, and talks about the expectations of Narendra Modi's government.