Maya Bhandari, multi-asset fund manager at Columbia Threadneedle investments, discusses her outlook on European equities.
This week, investors like Carl Icahn, Paul Singer and Ray Dalio had danger on their minds at the Delivering Alpha conference.
Jorg Eigendorf, head of communications and senior group director at Deutsche Bank, says that his organization did not want the $14 billion figure to be made public.
Barnaby Martin, head of European credit strategy at BofA Merrill Lynch Global Research, asserts that the BoE is awaiting a fiscal response to Brexit before taking further action.
Asia markets traded mostly lower on Wednesday, tracking U.S. losses, as uncertainty over central banks' next moves spurred jitters.
Markets may be headed for a "double-barrelled taper tantrum" and investors don't have a lot of safe havens left as shelter, one CIO has warned.
Jorgen Kjaersgaard, head of European corporate credit at AllianceBernstein, says that there is more upside to the European credit market.
In the near-term, the yen will be a beneficiary of a lack of activity from the BOJ, says Westpac Bank's Sean Callow.
Wolfango Piccoli, co-president at Teneo Intelligence, says that Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras' disagreements with financial authorities are unhelpfully "wasting time."
Nicholas Melhuish, head of global equities at Amundi, discusses political risk in Europe and says that the European Central Bank will ultimately extend its quantitative easing program.
Nicholas Melhuish, head of global equities at Amundi, says that today's market moves are emphasized as the summer brought an "amazing period of calm."
Macquarie Securities Group's Viktor Shvets says that important drivers of the market are being influenced by political decisions.
Greece and ungovernable Spain, struggling with jobless rates of 23.5 percent and 20 percent, respectively, are saying enough is enough.
Central banks have done the heavy lifting to boost growth since the crisis, but economists now expect fiscal spending to get some life.
U.S. government debt prices were broadly higher on Friday as investors eyed comments from a series of Fed speakers.
The dollar rose on Friday as remarks by Federal Reserve policymakers helped boost investor expectations of a near-term increase in U.S. interest rates.
Gold slipped as hawkish comments on U.S. interest rates from a top Federal Reserve official helped lift the dollar.
There are few investment opportunities in a world where bond yields are low and U.S. stocks are near all-time highs.
Wei Li, head of EMEA investment strategy at iShares, discusses the fallout of Mario Draghi's announcement at the European Central Bank.
Simon Derrick, chief currency strategist at BNY Mellon, says that Mario Draghi intended to bore audiences at Thursday's meeting, doing little.