European stocks accelerated gains into the close on Monday, after a weak U.S. employment report dampened expectations that the Federal Reserve would start raising interest rates soon.» Read More
Douglas Morton, head of Asia research at Aviate Global discusses China's recent moves to cut interest rates and how it was a surprise to many because it was such a "broad-based interest cut".
European shares closed sharply higher on Friday as investors reacted to a surprise policy move by the Chinese central bank and dovish words by Mario Draghi, the president of the European Central Bank.
Amjad Bashir, MEP of UKIP talks about what the UK Independence party would bring to the UK, in terms of the EU referendum, cutting the deficit, trade and immigration.
Piers Curran, head of trading at Amplify Trading talks about the European Central Bank's announcement that it will start buying asset-backed securities, and says that Draghi now has basically committed to quantitative easing.
Friday marks one year since protests erupted in Kiev, which snowballed into the biggest upheaval Ukraine has seen since the end of the Soviet Union.
Eamonn Butler, director of the Adam Smith Institute, says that despite recent scandals, most bankers should keep their bonuses and politicians shouldn't get involved with running banks.
Daragh McDowell, senior russia analyst at Maplecroft, says there's "very little" room for the Russian economy to improve when it is still under sanctions from the West.
Cyrus Mewawalla, managing director at CM Research, thinks Apple's latest move to include music-streaming service Beats on all iPhones is a good move as it will surpass iTunes "old-fashioned" downloading service.
David Stubbs, global markets strategist at JP Morgan Asset Management, talks about his reaction to today's PMI data, saying that there is little or no"economic momentum" in euro zone.
Simon Smiles of UBS Wealth Management, says ultra-high net wealth individuals still hold "25 percent" of their assets in cash, which is higher than the company would recommend.
Matthew Spivack, Middle East and North Africa analyst at Frontier Strategy Group, explains why Iran is a promising market to enter.
European shares closed flat to lower on Wednesday as investors awaited the minutes from the last Federal Reserve policy meeting.
Tamer Tamar, president of EMEA Operations at Groupon, talks about how Groupon has "re-platformed" its business during Summer 2014, to make its services faster and easier to manoevure.
Sam Theodore, managing director of financial institutions at Scope Ratings, says that lending is still contracting in Italy because there is a "demand problem".
Patricia Lewis, research director at Chatham House, says the possibility of cyberattacks on satellites is of "great concern".
Stella David, CEO of Glenfiddich, says Scotch whisky companies have to plan for sales 30 years in advance, and must protect their brands.
Neil Atkinson, head of analysis at Lloyd's List Intelligence, predicts OPEC will come up with a deal to tackle plunging oil prices, following its "major efforts" in recent days.
European shares closed in positive territory on Tuesday as new data for Germany beat expectations and buoyed investor sentiment.
BaFin President Elke Koenig discusses the issues preventing European banks from lending more.
Mike Jakeman, global analyst at the Economist Intelligence Unit, discusses Japan's recent decision to delay the sales tax hike, and to call a snap election.