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Darrell Cronk, Wells Fargo Private Bank, and Jonathan Golub, RBC Capital Markets, share their outlook on the markets for the second half of the year. We are finding value in international developed markets right now, say Cronk.

Johnny Wall Street     Tue, 1 Jul '14 | 6:30 AM ET

Wall Street is full of characters and Turney Duff, author of "The Buy Side," has seen them all after a 15-year career there. If you've ever lived in New York - or even been there for five minutes - you have surely met "Johnny Wall Street." He'll steal your cab and hit on your girl. Here's Johnny in action.

US auto sales: What to expect     Tue, 1 Jul '14 | 5:50 AM ET

Michelle Krebs, director of automotive relations at AutoTrader.com, discusses auto sales in the U.S. ahead of the June data release on Thursday and discusses GM.

Iain Armstrong, oil analyst at Brewin Dolphin, discusses oil prices on the back of Iraqi tensions and explains why he "very positive" on LNG.

How to position for Q3     Tue, 1 Jul '14 | 5:00 AM ET

Alex Gurvin, founder and portfolio manager at Rockledge Group, discusses expectations for the third quarter, and says that energy, industrials and technology are the sectors most likely to outperform.

Can China's real estate turn around?     Tue, 1 Jul '14 | 4:45 AM ET

Rafel Halpin, head of quantitative research at China Confidential, explains that there¿s been a sharp rise in Chinese mortgage costs, and discusses what the authorities can do to kick-start the real estate sector.

Erik Nielsen, global chief economist at UniCredit, says Russian President Vladimir Putin's actions in Ukraine are "brutal leadership" and not done out of commercial motivation.

Erik Nielsen, global chief economist at UniCredit, says Bank of England governor Mark Carney has been giving mixed messages about when interest rates are going to rise in the U.K.

PK Basu, chief strategist at REAL Economics, says that real confidence is returning to Japan as despite the sales tax hike, business spending is improving.

Simon Weeden, telco analyst at Citi, discusses the European telco sector after a new roaming charge cap was introduced and says the package to completely eliminate roaming charges may not get through.

Patrick Matthews, founder and CEO at Breffo, explains what the advantages to manufacturing in the U.K. are and why it has little impact on the company's price strategy.

Peter Attard Montalto, emerging market economist at Nomura International, comments on the Bulgarian economy and on the impact the bank runs could have on currencies.

Alex Koagne, banking analyst at Natixis Securities, says that BNP Paribas' announcement that it would continue to pay dividends is a good signal to investors and discusses the bank's U.S. activities.

Daniele Antonucci, European economist at Morgan Stanley, comments on the latest euro zone data and says that there seems to be a "growth rotation" towards reformist economies such as Spain.

CNBC's Stephane Pedrazzi reports on the news that former French president Nicolas Sarkozy was being questioned over suspected influence-peddling, according to a legal source.

Carson Block, founder of Muddy Waters Research, says most traders know NQ Mobile is a "massive fraud" after the company heavily shorted the stock.

Carson Block, founder of Muddy Waters Research, says NQ Mobile claims it has filed a lawsuit against him in China but has found no evidence of this.

Carson Block, founder of Muddy Waters Research, says China's GDP figures are "printed" for political reasons and claims corruption is at the "core" of the country's economy.

Alasdair Warren, head of EMEA financial sponsors group at Goldman Sachs, says there is a "challenge" in the amount of opportunity available to private equity firms.

Chris Godding, chief investment officer at Signia Wealth, says it is time to buy "late cycle stocks" in the second half of 2014.

European shares opened higher in morning trade on Tuesday buoyed by upbeat Chinese economic data.

Why are businesses not spending?     Tue, 1 Jul '14 | 2:30 AM ET

Tom Finke, CEO and chairman of Babson Capital, says business spending is not as robust as it should be as companies have not seen "escape velocity" in the economy.

BNP Paribas' fine is 'severe': Pro     Tue, 1 Jul '14 | 2:10 AM ET

Filippo Alloatti, senior research analyst at Hermes Fund Managers, discusses whether the fine handed to BNP Paribas was large enough.

Eisuke Sakakibara, former Vice Finance Minister for Japan, says Tuesday's Tankan survey was "not bad" and explains why the dollar-yen will hover in a 100 to 105 band for the rest of 2014.

Beat Wittmann, CEO of TCMG Asset Management, says he is "very bullish" on European bank stocks and adds that the sector will outperform.

Cvete Koneska, eastern Europe analyst at Control Risks, discusses whether Bulgaria's banking sector has deep problems.

CNBC's Stephane Pedrazzi discusses the terms of BNP Paribas' settlement with U.S. authorities after the bank pleaded guilty to two criminal charges and agreed to forfeit $8.83 billion.

As the Australian economy recovers, the central bank will be more likely to let the Australian dollar appreciate, says Andrew Abrahamian, Head of FX Strategy at Compass Global Markets.

Tommy Xie, Economist, Treasury Research & Strategy at OCBC Bank, says it's still too early to conclude that China's economy is regaining momentum as latest PMI data is only marginally above the threshold mark.

The outlook for global bonds in H2 2014     Mon, 30 Jun '14 | 11:10 PM ET

Douglas Peebles, CIO and Head of Fixed Income at AllianceBernstein, describes how various bonds are likely to perform in the later half of 2014 amid expectations for central banks to remain accommodative.

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