CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera, discusses the credibility of the ECB's stress test on euro zone banks.» Read More
Philippe Bodereau, MD and global head of financial research at PIMCO, says stress tests on the European banking system will show the sector is "fit to survive".
Roberto Henriques, head of financials credit research at JPMorgan, discusses why the upcoming European bank stress tests are more credible than previous iterations.
What are the European stress tests? Who is conduting them? What does it mean for banks and markets? CNBC's Catherine Boyle breaks it all down.
Katie Koch, head of global portfolio solutions at Goldman Sachs Asset Management, says she expects the European Central Bank to carry out full blown quantitative easing.
Antonio Timoner-Salva, Senior Economist at IHS, expects at least 10 of the 130 banks to fail the European Central Bank's assessment and related stress tests.
Luis Costa, head of CEEMEA FX and rates strategy at Citi, says an ECB corporate bond buying program will not impact the global economy or money supply in the euro zone.
Ray Attrill, Co-Head of FX Strategy at National Australia Bank, explains why he's not convinced that the European Central Bank is mulling corporate bond purchases.
Jacob Kirkegaard, Research Fellow at PIIE, says news that the European Central Bank is looking to buy corporate bonds are "strategically leaked" by officials.
John Haynes, head of research at Investec Wealth & Investment, discusses the stock market volatility and monetary policy - particularly at the ECB.
CNBC's Rick Santelli speaks to Matt Maley, MillerTabak & Company, about using copper as an indicator to the performance of the global economy and China.
Douglas Rediker, International Capital Strategies, provides perspective on whether a cohesive unit in Europe can address its economic concerns as the ECB considers quantitative easing against Germany's push back.
There's a rebound in European market Friday but the problems that plague the euro zone are not going away any time soon, reports CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera.
After more than a year of interest rates across Europe moving lower in lockstep, the last 24 hours show a breakdown.
Stocks tried to shrug off steep early losses, but strategists see more selling ahead.
Goldman Sachs reported third-quarter earnings of $4.57 a share on revenue of $8.39 billion, handily beating analysts' expectations.
Wells Capital Management's Jim Paulsen told CNBC that the ongoing stock selloff could get "a little scarier yet."
Mark Grant, Southwest Securities, provides his call on bonds and its impact on GDP and the equity market.
After a daylong pummeling, stocks shed much of their worst losses in the final hour, as small caps turned positive.
With Treasury yields defying calls for a rise, one bank is polishing up its once tongue-in-cheek forecast the 10-year yield would fall to 1.5 percent.
If inflation trends fell significantly short of the Fed's target, another of round asset purchases may be needed.