Special Reports Davos - World Economic Forum


  • Oil will go back to $70 in 2017: Ken Hersh

    Ken Hersh, CEO of NGP Energy Capital Management, explains how OPEC's strategy of flooding the market with supply will eventually re-balance the market.

  • CNBC update: J.P. Morgan workers encouraged to enjoy life

    John Kerry meets with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to discuss the process to end Syrian civil war; Pakistan mourns victims of attack; and J.P. Morgan Chase requires employees to take weekends off.

  • Presidential race is very ‘entertaining program’: Actor

    The U.S. presidential race is a laugh a minute says actor and director Kevin Spacey, while adding that he expects society will choose the right candidate.

  • Spacey named Relativity Studios chairman

    Actor and director, Kevin Spacey talks about taking over Relativity Media Studios and how he never imagined he’d become a studio boss.

  • Akzo Nobel sees growth in US: CEO

    Akzo Nobel’s CEO, Ton Büchner gives an overview on how business is doing, while dealing with volatile market conditions.

  • China is in a growth recession: Buiter

    Citigroup’s chief economist, Willem Buiter gives his thoughts on the current state of China’s economy and its impact on global growth.

  • Ukraine continues to rebuild its strength: Fin min

    Ukraine’s Finance Minister, Natalie Ann Jaresko discusses how the economic state of Ukraine is improving, and how the country hopes to restore stability and more jobs.

  • The future of Crimea: Ukraine fin min

    The Crimea issue remains a very painful discussion for many Ukrainians says Natalie Ann Jaresko, Ukraine’s Finance Minister, while discussing politics.

  • ECB deposit rate could get more negative: Citigroup

    Banks are already drowning in liquidity, says Willem Buiter, Citigroup’s chief economist, when discussing the European Central Bank’s strategies.

  • Osborne on US politics relationship with Fed

    U.S. voters must make their own decisions when it comes to choosing their future president says George Osborne, U.K.’s Chancellor of the Exchequer, while discussing Donald Trump.

  • Getting EU relationship right is crucial: UK fin min

    U.K.’s Chancellor of the Exchequer, George Osborne says we need to make Britain more comfortable in the European Union, by achieving certain measures.

  • Huge amount on offer in UK’s tech: Fin min

    U.K.’s Chancellor of the Exchequer, George Osborne explains why Britain is the ‘go-to’ place for technology in Europe.

  • Bank of Italy in Rome

    2016 has not been kind to Italian banks' shares so far but are the fears overblown? CNBC catches up with industry leaders in Davos.

  • ECB leaves rates on hold

    The European Central Bank left interest rates on hold on Thursday amid growing concerns over faltering global economic growth.

  • Clean up on EU banks continues: Dijsselbloem

    Eurogroup’s president, Jeroen Dijsselbloem discusses how Europe is trying to clean up and regulate its banking sector, adding that the new regime is “a lot tougher.”

  • Up to US people who they elect: Irish PM

    Republic of Ireland’s Taoiseach, Enda Kenny gives his views on the U.S. presidential race.

  • Jobs are best way out of poverty: Irish PM

    Republic of Ireland’s Taoiseach, Enda Kenny discusses the current economic state of Ireland.

  • Dijsselbloem: Showing solidarity on refugee crisis

    The refugee crisis is an operational and social support issue rather a financial concern, says Eurogroup’s president, Jeroen Dijsselbloem.

  • How will tech affect the banking system?

    Francisco González Rodríguez, chairman & CEO of BBVA, says tech will lead to a new league of competitor banks, and predicts a new banking ecosystem in five years.

  • Draghi needs to put his regulatory hat on: CIO

    Monetary policy is “flacid” right now, Nikhil Srinivasan, Generali’s CIO explains to CNBC, adding that the ECB needs to focus on regulation right now.