William Hobbs, head of investment strategy UK and Europe at Barclays Wealth and Investment Management, says there’s a lot that needs to be done for Italy’s banks, and recapitalization won’t completely fix that. » Read More
The splurge in monetary stimulus by central banks means even tiny interest-rate raises may cause serious trouble for countries’ economies, a CIO says.
John Taylor, fixed income portfolio manager at AB, discusses the low yields of Europe's corporate bonds as a result of ECB policy.
The fallout from this latest attack will deal a serious blow to the euro area's tourism sector and fragile economic recovery.
The ECB is set to release its first list of corporate bonds which have been bought. Nathaniel Rosenbaum, vice president of credit strategy at Wells Fargo Securities, discusses.
Brexit devalued the pound as many world powers spend trillions to do the same, former Fed official Richard Fisher says.
Germany will issue 10-year bonds with a negative yield, highlighting a willingness among investors to hold top-rated debt.
Asset manager BlackRock is not excited about all-time highs in U.S. stocks.
Gold fell for a second straight day on Tuesday as global equities rallied on easing political uncertainty in Britain.
David Folkerts-Landau, Deutsche Bank chief economist, discusses pressures weighing on European banks.
While Portugal's victory at Euro 2016 was a cause for celebration, its economy is less of a success story according to Barclays.
Both stocks and bonds looked expensive after rallying together and were now vulnerable to a quick sell-off, Goldman Sachs said.
Crude oil took a severe leg lower on EIA's report, but there's much more than fundamentals fueling the energy story.
Dennis Gartman says he's bullish on gold but not in an end-of-times kind of way — and with one key caveat.
Keep an eye on central bank moves for the market’s next post-Brexit response, says Oppenheimer Funds Chief Investment Officer Krishna Memani.
Britain's vote to leave the EU could be significantly negative for the euro zone, the European Central Bank said in the minutes of its June 2 meeting.
Central banks have embarked on an experiment that is now going haywire and gold and silver will be the last currencies standing, says market analyst Peter Boockvar.
The European Union's new bail-in rules increase the risk of investing in banks equity and bonds, says ADVFN CEO Clem Chambers.
Noted bond investor Bill Gross weighs in on the Fed's latest minutes.
The U.K. is the single biggest foreign direct investor in the U.S. Brexit ripple effects could be wider than some have imagined.
CNBC's Louisa Bojesen reports on record low yields across Europe, and stocks sliding on Brexit fears.