Amid all the European turmoil, the euro has been trading in a range, but this strategist expects that to change.
Spain and Italy pay up and the European Union summit looms - it's time for your FX Fix.
The unresolved euro zone crisis, slowing growth prospects and currency depreciations have created a risk-off environment that makes investors think twice about emerging markets, Pablo Goldberg, Global Head of Emerging Markets Research at HSBC told CNBC’s “Squawk Box Europe”.
CNBC's Kelly Evans reports on all the market moving events from Europe, including a look at Spain's short-term debt auction of 3.08 billion euros, paying the highest rate since November.
The European Union would gain far-reaching powers to rewrite national budgets for eurozone countries that breach debt and deficit rules under proposals likely to be discussed at a summit this week, according to a draft report seen by the Financial Times.
The German Finance Ministry has estimated the cost of a euro zone breakup, and it's not pretty.
In one week, a EU-wide ban on Iranian oil goes into effect along with EU-wide ban on insuring any ship carrying Iranian oil, with John Hofmeister, Shell's former president & CEO.
The euro has taken another leg lower and investors remained worried about global growth concerns, with the FMHR traders. Meanwhile John Rutledge, Rutledge Capital, says that although China is slowing, it will not see a hard landing.
"When the dollar rallies, almost everything else goes down," says Art Cashin, UBS, discussing growing concerns of a global slowdown, as investors take flight to safety.
Discussing the gain in Treasury bonds as investors seek safe havens ahead of the EU summit, with John Brynjolfsson, Armored Wolf managing director.
As Angela Merkel packs her bags for yet another European summit, the question which has been plaguing her for the past year remains: how far will Germany go to prop up the euro zone?
Summit worries weigh on the euro and India's rupee can't get a break — it's time for your FX Fix.
Mark Grant, Southwest Securities, and Barry Knapp, Barclays, discuss what's moving the markets ahead of this week's European summit.
CNBC's Kelly Evans reports on all the market moving events from Europe, including Spain's formal request for European aid for its banks, and an update of EU leaders gathering in Brussels later this week for an anxiously awaited summit.
Just a few days before another “crucial” summit, hopes should again be tempered, even without the rather inconclusive Merkel, Monti, Hollande and Rajoy meeting on Friday. It's worth reminding ourselves what in market terms, “decisive action” might look like.
John Noonan, Senior FX Analyst at Thomson Reuters says that markets are short on the euro and that if there is no good news from the European Summit this week, the single currency looks vulnerable.
Uwe Parpart, Managing Director, Head of Research, Reorient Financial Markets says that the issuance of Euro Bonds is unlikely anytime soon.
Markets are bracing for the Supreme Court ruling on health care and it could give stocks a boost if it's overturned. But any pop is expected to be short-lived for one reason: Europe.
There is a larger measure of agreement on solving the euro zone debt crisis, as everybody understands the seriousness of the situation, the IMF's first deputy managing director tells CNBC at the Saint Petersburg International Economic Forum.
The "Closing Bell" team; CNBC.com's Jeff Cox; and Stephanie Link, TheStreet; offer insight on the markets and what economic data investors should keep in mind.