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Ewen Cameron Watt, chief investment strategist at BlackRock Investment Institute, explains why he doesn't think contagion is likely when it comes to Greece.
Lindsey Piegza, chief economist at Sterne Agee, says that she expects the U.S. Federal Reserve to keep rates on hold for longer.
Discussing quantitative easing, Gerry Fowler, global head of equity and derivative strategy at BNP Paribas, explains why he thinks the euro is like a "hot potato" - no one wants to hold them for too long.
Graham Secker, European equity strategist at Morgan Stanley, discusses the potential impact of European Central Bank quantitative easing on stocks.
Malcolm Wood, Head of Investment Strategy at Morgan Stanley Wealth Management, says the uncertainty in Greece does not pose as a big risk to the euro zone amid factors like cheaper oil and quantitative easing.
Marie Owens Thomsen, Chief Economist at Credit Agricole Private Banking and Eswar Prasad, Senior Professor of Trade Policy at Cornell University, discuss the outlook for Greece.
Geoff Lewis, Global Market Strategist at J.P. Morgan Asset Management, explains why the possibility of a "Grexit" isn't high and discusses the outlook for European markets.
After the election, all eyes are now on the policies that anti-austerity party leader Alexis Tsipras and his new government will undertake for Greece. CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera reports.
Despite bold election talks, Greek leftist party Syriza has limited options and will opt to stay within the euro zone, says Michael Kelly, Managing Director, Global Head of Asset Allocation at Pinebridge Investments.
After Switzerland's surprise move to unpeg its franc, speculators are eyeing Denmark's currency peg, but the Danes likely won't follow suit, analysts say.
Scott Minerd of Guggenheim Partners thinks quantitative easing in Europe could work, but not for the reason you might think.
Greece's elections could signal a shift in the Old Continent's economic policies, CNBC's Jim Cramer said Monday.
Joseph Stiglitz, Columbia University professor, shares his thoughts on French economist Thomas Piketty views on wealth and income inequality.
Joseph Stiglitz, Columbia University professor, explains why Greece should be offered a debt write-off as the euro slips and divides Europe.
Discussing the Greek elections, David Owen, chief European economist at Jefferies International, says he's "hardly surprised" by the election results.
Mark Okada, Co-Founder & CIO of Highland Capital, says the results of Greece's elections indicate that reform is the real solution to long-term growth in Europe.
Global policymakers and businessmen ended Davos optimistically, citing the effects of low oil prices and aggressive monetary policy in Europe.
Stick to higher-quality names as the rig counts drop, and what will low oil prices do to earnings? Bob Phillips, Spectrum Management Group, and Michael Binger, Gradient Investments, discuss.
Investors often think of stimulative central bank policies as boosters for gold. But the ECB move could put a damper on the yellow metal.
Worries about a Syriza win in the Greek elections sparking a euro-zone contagion of sovereign default are overhyped. Here's why.