European equities closed lower on Monday amid low volumes, with a number of markets shut for the holiday weekend.
Nick Hungerford, chief executive officer of Nutmeg, explains why a possible "Grexit" would have "far less effect than two or three years ago."
Are markets pricing in a Grexit? Philippe Waechter, head of economic research at Natixis Asset Management, explains why no one wants to imagine Greece leaving the euro zone.
The Bank of England is under pressure, following plans of how to deal with a Brexit were leaked. CNBC's Julia Chatterley discusses recent developments.
Simon Grose-Hodge, head of investment advisory at LGT Bank Singapore, explains why the European Central Bank's monetary policies need to keep on going.
Pierre-Yves Gauthier, founding partner at AlphaValue, explains why very few investors are really committed to European equities.
Vincenzo Scarpetta, political analyst at Open Europe, discusses what you need to know about this weekend's Spanish regional elections.
European equities closed mixed on Friday as investors focused on a central bank meeting in Portugal and a speech from U.S. Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen.
Christoph Schmidt, chairman of the German Council of Economic Experts, discusses Germany in relation to the ECB's monetary policy.
Bill Blain, strategist at Mint Partners, explains why there's not much to worry about in terms of euro appreciation.
ECB's Mario Draghi said that the euro zone's looked brighter than it had done for the last 7 years. And he's not the only one seeing some light.
British Prime Minister began his campaign to persuade EU leaders to make changes to the European Union before he holds a referendum.
Moritz Kraemer, chief sovereign ratings officer at Standard & Poor's, explains why he thinks a risk of a Greek default is "pretty high."
Catherine Mann, chief economist at OECD, explains why Europe is looking lot better economically, while discussing capital markets.
Catherine Mann, chief economist at OECD, talks about the European Central Bank and the creative efforts they could do to further aid the economy.
European Central Bank head Mario Draghi said that "growth is too low everywhere" in the 19-country euro zone despite a modest recovery.
European equities finished higher on Thursday as investors digested fresh data from the euro zone.
Rob Dobson, senior economist at Markit, says that while the euro zone's economy has lost "a little bit of vigour," it's nothing to get despondent about.
HSBC's Chief Economist calls explains why the world could be on the cusp of a major collapse.
European shares closed higher on Wednesday, but markets struggled to gain momentum amid worries about cash-strapped Greece.
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