Jeff Currie, global head of commodities research at Goldman Sachs, says the risk of crude oil reaching $20 a barrel is driven by “breaching storage capacity.”» Read More
Irish Prime Minister Enda Kenny says the end of the "Double Irish" tax loophole will not deter tech giants such as Apple from further investment in the country.
Spokesperson for World Travel Market, Paul Nelson, says North Korea's wants to go beyond its current "limited" tourism and get distribution into more mature markets.
All major European indexes closed lower on Monday after data revealed euro zone manufacturing activity expanded slightly less than expected in October.
Senior Analyst at Davy Research, Stephen Furlong says that Ryanair's increasing volume could be down to its low costs, "extra advertising" and having improved its image and website.
Global Chief Economist at UniCredit, Erik Neilson, says that Germany wants the U.K. "to stay for sure" in the European Union but there's a political underlying tone of "what a pain for us."
Piers Curran, head of trading at Amplify Trading, says it's been a "phenomenal" month for the global economy. He adds that the close timing of action from the Bank of Japan and the Bank of England suggests policymakers are channeling a "global coordinated response".
European shares ended the day sharply higher on Friday, after the Bank of England outlined tougher leverage rules for banks and the Bank of Japan expanded its monetary base target.
Michael Metcalfe, head of multi-asset strategy at State Street Global Markets, says that the "global slowdown in inflation" is partly driven by commodity prices.
There's "no drama whatsoever" at Suez Environment, says Jean-Marc Boursier, the deputy CEO in charge of finance. That's despite the need to "battle a bit" given the European economy, and to continue with cost cuts.
Alcatel-Lucent CEO Michel Combes has "no time to waste with speculation" that the telecom giant might be interested in M&A. That's after it posted a 34% jump in gross profit margins.
European stocks ended the day higher on Thursday, after moving into the red earlier in the afternoon.
Telenor CEO Jon Fredrik Baksaas says the company's third quarter has been "very strong", and was helped by its expansion into the domestic market.
Editor of SCRIP Intelligence, Eleanor Malone, says it's a "shocking move" for Sanofi to sack its CEO over what she described as "relatively small misdemeanours."
Saadia Zahidi, head of the gender parity program at the World Economic Forum, tells CNBC the gender gap is narrowing, but lots more remains to be done.
Head of Commodity Markets Strategy at BNP Paribas, Harry Tchilinguirian says U.S. oil supplies aren't 'hindered by current price levels' and the country 'keep on producing' even if the oil price falls to $75.
Jeremy Stretch, Head of FX Strategy at CIBC says analysts anticipated a cut to interest rates by the Swedish central bank, but not of the 'magnitude' seen on Tuesday.
Alan Schwartz, previously CEO of Bear Stearns and now executive chairman of Guggenheim Partners, explains why he is still interested in investing in Europe.
Europe's stock markets closed lower after a closely-watched German economic report came in weaker than expected.
Athanasios Orphanides, former ECB Governing Council member, says quantitative easing is "necessary" for the central bank to meet its mandate.
Mark Haefele, CIO of UBS Wealth Management, says euro zone central bankers should have been more positive about the region's financial sector following the publication of the ECB's stress tests.