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Spanish elections: 'Era of political fragmentation'

Antonio Barroso, senior vice-president at Teneo Intelligence, says there will be a future of political uncertainty in Spain after upcoming parties Ciudadanos and Podemos made gains in local elections.

Are the Greek talks setting a dangerous precedent?

Nick Carn, founder of Carn Macro Advisors, says Syriza is getting its own way in Greece's negotiations with its creditors and this could set a bad precedent for future talks involving other euro zone countries.

Greek government 'opposed' to reform   Mon, 25 May '15 | 3:35 AM ET
Greek government 'opposed' to reform

Volker Wieland, managing director of the Institute for Monetary and Financial Stability, says the Greek government will lead the country into more poverty.

Bond speculators could get 'fingers burnt': CEO

David Kuo, CEO of The Motley Fool, says that investors looking to make a "quick buck" from bonds could get "creamed" when interest rates rise in the U.S.

European shares open flat amid low volumes, Greece fears

European equities opened flat on Monday amid low volumes as a number of markets are closed for the holiday weekend, while Asian stocks spiked to multi-year highs.

'We're in a fight': Crowd protests against central banks

Crowds gathered outside a meeting of central bankers last week protesting against the financial situation of Europe.

Why the ECB has decided to 'frontload' on bonds

Volker Wieland, managing director of the Institute for Monetary and Financial Stability, discusses why the European Central Bank has decided to increase its bond purchases ahead of the summer.

Some 'sparks' in Chinese economy: Economist

Julian Evans-Pritchard, China economist at Capital Economics, says stimulus measures from the People's Bank of China are bearing fruit but long-term problems remain in the Chinese economy.

EU, China need dialogue over steel imports: CEO

Julian Verden, CEO of Stemcor, says China and the European Union need "dialogue" to resolve the issues over Chinese steel dumping in the region.

This is what would happen if Greece defaults

Christopher Pissarides, Regius professor of economics at the London School of Economics, says that a Greek default would be "disastrous".

Kurdistan will not be taken by ISIS: President

Masoud Barzani, President of the Iraqi Kurdistan region, says the region is safe and will be able to meet its financial obligations.

This will end the party in Chinese markets   Mon, 25 May '15 | 12:50 AM ET
This will end the party in Chinese markets

The key risk for Chinese stocks is when the government decides to pull the plug on policy support, says Eric Robertsen, head of Global Macro Strategy at Standard Chartered.

Why the oil price is not moving...for now   Mon, 25 May '15 | 1:30 AM ET
Why the oil price is not moving...for now

Neil Atkinson, head of analysis at Lloyd's List Intelligence, says its difficult to see the upside for the oil price which is likely to stay around $65 per barrel.

Greece casts dark cloud over euro   Mon, 25 May '15 | 12:43 AM ET
Greece casts dark cloud over euro

Until a clearer picture emerges in the case of Greece, the euro will likely continue to stumble, says David Greene, head of Dealing at AFEX Australia.

Geopolitics vs Iran: Which is a greater risk for oil?

For oil markets right now, a return of Iranian supply is a bigger worry than geopolitical risks, says Victor Shum, VP at IHS Energy Insight.

Are efforts to revive Japan bearing fruit?   Mon, 25 May '15 | 12:11 AM ET
Are efforts to revive Japan bearing fruit?

Japan is seeing the initial stages of corporate reform, alongside the discussion of Prime Minister Abe's "third arrow", says Eric Robertsen, head of Global Macro Strategy at Standard Chartered.

Italy shouldn't 'slack off' on reform: Analyst

Volker Wieland, managing director of the Institute for Monetary and Financial Stability, says Italy remains a concern in the euro zone and should use the opportunity provided by easy monetary policy to enact reforms.

Keep faith in US economy, says this expert   Mon, 25 May '15 | 12:04 AM ET
Keep faith in US economy, says this expert

Eric Robertsen, head of Global Macro Strategy at Standard Chartered, believes that the U.S. economy will bounce back later this year and explains what that means for the timeline regarding rate hikes.

Iraq slams US tactics against ISIS   Mon, 25 May '15 | 1:20 AM ET
Iraq slams US tactics against ISIS

Iraq's deputy prime minister Saleh al-Mutlaq, says the U.S. air strikes against ISIS have been "ineffective".

Want to check in at a luxury villa for your next trip?

Stephanie Chai, founder and CEO of TheLuxeNomad, says the Singapore-based travel start-up curates the luxury villa market to offer a different experience for travelers.

Why JP Morgan is bullish on Japan stocks   Sun, 24 May '15 | 11:32 PM ET
Why JP Morgan is bullish on Japan stocks

Factors such as improved corporate governance will buoy Japanese equities, says Nicholas Weindling, fund manager at JP Morgan Asset Management.

Here's how the euro zone could change in 5-8 years

Kelvin Tay, MD & Regional CIO, Southern APAC at UBS Wealth Management, says the European Union won't be able to survive the current recession and may eventually split into two.

Yellen was more hawkish than expected: Westpac

Jonathan Cavenagh, senior FX strategist at Westpac, says Fed chair Janet Yellen's comments last week indicate that she is betting on a rebound in the second quarter.

Despite slowdown, China underpins oil demand: Pro

The change from a supply to a demand story in the crude oil market is driven by China, says Alejandro Barbajosa, VP, Crude Middle East & Asia-Pacific at Argus Media.

After all the drama, is a Grexit inevitable?   Sun, 24 May '15 | 10:09 PM ET
After all the drama, is a Grexit inevitable?

Tony Nash, chief economist at Complete Intelligence, discusses the fate of Greece after its interior minister threatened to default on loan repayments due to the IMF over the weekend.

Veeam Software CEO: 'We have no plans for IPO'

Ratmir Timashev, president & CEO of Veeam Software, says the Switzerland-based company prefers to stay private because that will give it "the ability to execute without pressure from external investors."

Why China's bull market isn't over yet   Sun, 24 May '15 | 9:31 PM ET
Why China's bull market isn't over yet

Hans Goetti, head of Investment for Asia at Banque Internationale a Luxembourg, says factors such as low share ownership and further policy support will give Chinese stocks a leg-up.

Tracking the risks of a stronger US dollar   Sun, 24 May '15 | 9:13 PM ET
Tracking the risks of a stronger US dollar

As global central banks remain in easing mode, one needs to ask whether the U.S. economy is strong enough to withstand a stronger dollar, says Roger Bridges, global rates & currencies strategist at Nikko Asset Management.

Bulls back in action: USD hovers at two-month high

The stronger-than-expected consumer price index released last week supported the Fed's case for a rate hike later this year, says Elias Haddad, senior currency strategist at Commonwealth Bank.

GE: US should participate in AIIB   Sun, 24 May '15 | 8:24 PM ET
GE: US should participate in AIIB

John Rice, vice chairman of General Electric (GE), says the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB) is a great opportunity for the U.S. to help resolve the shortfall in infrastructure.

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