Rakesh Mohan, executive director at the IMF representing India, explains how falling oil prices and market turmoil in China impact the Indian economy.» Read More
Federica Guidi, minister for economic development in Italy, says that the European Central Bank's quantitative easing is perfectly aligned with Italy's needs.
How much impact is the fall in euro having on European automakers? CNBC's Phil Le Beau files this report.
As the U.K. elections get closer, Bill O'Neill, head of the UK investment office at UBS Wealth Management, says the markets seem to have adjusted to the fact that the U.K. elections won't result in one single party winning.
As the euro dips below $1.06, will the single currency hit parity with the dollar? Jeremy Stretch, head of FX strategy at CIBC, weighs in.
Stephen Cecchetti, professor of international economics and finance at Brandeis International Business School, says that the quantitative easing program is already a success, however, the risk-sharing aspect may be problematic for Europe.
Ed Eyerman, managing director at Fitch Ratings, talks about the company's latest report, which warns investors on buying into European high-yield debt.
European equities extended losses to close sharply down on Tuesday, as the sell-off in U.S. stocks gained momentum, with investors spooked by the weakness in the price of oil, currency turmoil and ongoing negotiations surrounding Greece.
As the euro nears parity with the U.S. dollar, Lothar Mentel, chief investment officer at Tatton Investment Management, explains why he thinks the euro will hit that critical level.
Discussing the possibility of the euro hitting parity, Steven Saywell, senior global FX strategist at BNP Paribas, gives his thoughts on what's driving the euro lower and the dollar higher.
Brady Dougan, outgoing CEO of Credit Suisse, says that the decision to leave the Swiss bank was jointly decided with the board, and that a high priority for him was to make sure there was a smooth transition with his departure.
Brady Dougan, outgoing CEO of Credit Suisse, says it's "an unusual time for the markets," which will continue for some time.
Brady Dougan, outgoing CEO of Credit Suisse, says that his replacement, Tidjane Thiam, has courage, good vision and a background that is ideal for the business.
Charlie Mullins, founder of Pimlico Plumbers, says apprenticeships are a "must-have," as there's a skill shortage in the U.K.
European equities finished lower on Monday amid speculation that Friday's better-than-expected U.S. jobs report will lead the Federal Reserve to hike rates soon.
Toby Perkins, U.K. shadow minister for small business, says there's a "great deal more for government to do to support more businesses to grow."
As the ECB launches its bond-buying program, Luciano Jannelli, chief economist at MIG Bank, explains why he is still "optimistic" about the euro zone.
Pierre Gramegna, finance minister of Luxembourg, says that all of Greece's reforms need to be accelerated.
Cyrus Mewawalla, managing director at CM Research, explains why people will buy the Apple Watch, saying that it's the "first Apple product that is always on you."
Albert Essien, CEO of Ecobank, talks about the biggest challenges the bank faces, and investment opportunities in Africa.
Emma Hogan, Britain correspondent at The Economist, talks about the U.K. elections in terms of risks for markets, Scottish independence and the possibility of a hung parliament.