European markets ended sharply higher on Thursday, recovering from earlier losses during the week.» Read More
John Meyer, analyst for SP Angel, reacts to Glencore's "disappointing" earnings and discusses where metal prices are headed.
Bill O'Neill, head of UK investment office at UBS, says there's a sense that "more needs to be done" when it comes to oil's supply structure.
Dan Gandesha, CEO of Property Partners, explains how his company helps people diversify their properties.
Marina Prentoulis, a spokesperson for Greece's ruling Syriza party, talks about the younger generation and their feelings towards left-wing parties.
European equities closed largely lower on Tuesday as investors were left on edge shrug off negative sentiment from Asia, after Chinese stocks tanked again.
Jon Copestake, editor of the Worldwide Cost of Living Survey for the Economist Intelligence Unit, names 2015's most "livable" cities.
Andrew Balls, chief investment officer of global fixed income at PIMCO, explains why he thinks the Federal Reserve will hike in September.
European equities finished mixed on Monday, after a choppy day of trade, as investors kept and eye on the oil price and watched for progress being made on. Greece.
Hans Redeker, global head of FX strategy at Morgan Stanley, says Angela Merkel is trying to convince lawmakers to back the bailout package, as it will support her politically.
Olivia Bailey, research director at Fabian Society, says that if the U.K.'s Jeremy Corbyn gets elected as head of Labour, it will be tough for the party to be "a party of government."
Sim Tshabalala, joint-CEO of Standard Bank, says the major decision for the company is whether to focus on Africa or look outside the continent.
European equities closed flat to lower on Friday, as investors eyed a key European meeting on Greece's hoped-for third bailout program.
Diego Moya-Ocampos, Latin America analyst at IHS, explains the bars to a full U.S.-Cuba rapprochement and the latter's integration with the international market.
Peter Rosenstreich, head of market strategy at Swissquote Bank, explains why an election in Greece has to happen "fast."
Dilshad Hothi, co-founder of The Knowledge Academy, discusses how his company provides professional education.
European equities closed higher on Thursday, as investors eyed developments in the Chinese yuan and Greece's third bailout program.
STING is a support system for technology start-ups, to help build growth companies in Sweden. Pär Hedberg, CEO of STING, discusses.
David Rees, senior markets economist at Capital Economics, says the U.S. Federal Reserve won't change its rate hike path based on the yuan devaluation.
Ian Fogg, senior director of mobile & telecoms at IHS Technology, talks about the health of Samsung’s mobile business.
European equities traded sharply lower on Wednesday as a yuan-related selloff in Asian stocks weighed on investor sentiment.