European markets closed mixed on Friday, while investors remained vigilant after a roller-coaster week in global equity markets.» Read More
Gareth Lewis, senior oil strategist at BNP Paribas, looks forward to this week's OPEC meeting.
Marino Valensise, head of multi asset at Barings Asset Management, discusses why the European equity market is getting "a little bit nervous" around the Greek negotiations.
What's the long-term outlook for London's luxury property market after the Conservative victory? Jeremy McGivern, founder of Mercury Homesearch, explains.
Bolaji Osunsanya, president of the Nigerian Gas Association and CEO of Oando Gas & Power, discusses the issues the new Nigerian president must address in the gas industry.
European equities closed sharply lower Friday following a slew of data releases and as uncertainty over Greece weighed on sentiment.
This car can reach speeds of 273 miles per hour. Christian von Koenigsegg discusses his company's $2.8 million "megacar."
Christian Keller, economist at Barclays, discusses why he thinks the "real deadline" for a Greek deal will be at the end of June.
Jack Lew, U.S. treasury secretary, says that there needs to be some flexibility from institutions and some tough policy commitment implemented in Greece.
Michel Platini, president of UEFA, discusses the possible fate of FIFA President Sepp Blatter.
European equities closed flat to lower on Thursday, as hopes faded that a reforms-for-aid deal between Greece and its lenders was getting nearer.
Peter Rosenstreich, chief FX analyst at Swissquote Bank, explains why he thinks the market is finding the Greece deal situation "numbing" right now.
Vitor Constancio, vice-president of the European Central Bank, says that he is still convinced that the worst case scenario of a Greek exit from the euro zone will not happen.
Vitor Constancio, vice-president of the European Central Bank, says that market "turbulence may ensue" if an agreement isn't reached with Greece in a short time span.
European stock markets ended sharply higher Wednesday after hints that Greece may have edge closer to finalizing a deal with its euro zone creditors.
U.K. Conservative Member of Parliament Damian Collins says that Wednesday underlined the "total failure" of FIFA to investigate itself.
Joe Oliver, finance minister of Canada, tells CNBC that countries must take critical steps to improve growth, with particular comment on the Greek crisis.
Phillippe Gudin, chief European economist at Barclays, explains why the Greek crisis is different today compared to 2010.
Europe markets extended losses on Tuesday, following U.S. stocks into negative territory with investors reacting to corporate earnings and concerns that Greece is finally about to default on its loan repayments.
Stephen Furlong, airlines analyst at Davy Research, says that the market really liked the earnings guidance in Ryanair's latest numbers.
Nina Schick of Open Europe talks about the U.K. reform deals that are being discussed with euro zone leaders.