*Slowing investment, capital outflows will hurt Russia. LONDON/ MOSCOW March 11- To understand Western unease about the idea of imposing wide-ranging sanctions on Moscow over its intervention in Ukraine, consider an ongoing deal by one of the Kremlin's corporate giants.» Read More
Matt Huang, Strategist at Macquarie Asian Markets sees big risks from the selloff in emerging market bonds.
A look at why concerns over whether China could be slowing is the "real elephant in the investment room," with Mark Luschini, Janney Montgomery Scott.
Once a sure-bet, investors are beginning to doubt how long emerging market plays can generate steady returns.
"We fear a systemic collapse of the banking system," Louis Gargour, CIO of LNG Capital, told CNBC.
With only two countries apart from Slovakia left to approve the extension of the euro zone's bailout fund, all eyes are on the Eastern European nation of around 5 million people who are not keen on helping richer Greece.
Slovakia's parliament may vote on the expansion of the euro zone's bailout fund as soon as mid October, but the risk of a Greek default is still possible, Slovak Prime Minister Iveta Radicova told CNBC in an interview in Bratislava.
The dollar is rising against the euro on concerns European leaders aren't doing enough to contain the debt crisis. So what's next for the euro? Insight with Camilla Sutton, chief currency strategest at Scotia Capital.
The present crisis of the Eurozone is a direct consequence of a half hearted, half considered, half explained and therefore half finished integration process, writes the former Prime Minister of Hungary.
Insight on the negative aspects of globalization, such as the impact on prices of goods, with Michael Spence, NYU Stern economics professor/Nobel Laureate 2001, Stanford University and Glenn Hutchins, Silver Lake Co-founder and Co-CEO. They discuss why globalization has not been good for the U.S. economy.
Jeff Palma, UBS head of global equity strategy, provides investment strategies for Q4, the Fast Money traders weigh in with their top trades in the final quarter of the year, and the next play in financials.
The world's largest bond fund said it is cutting back on its exposure to riskier assets amid concerns about the outlook for the global economy.
Hungary's decision to help its citizens pay back the foreign exchange loans they took at the height of the economic boom a few years back has sparked outrage among banks and spooked foreign investors.
Michael Buhl, CEO of the central and eastern Europe stock exchange, told CNBC that the outlook for economic development in Eastern Europe is positive, but the debt crisis will continue to fuel volatility.
Hungary's government is taking steps to pull the country out of the difficult economic conditions it still faces but needs to ensure predictability, Eleni Tsakopoulos Kounalakis, US Ambassador to Hungary, told CNBC.com.
The US can learn how to boost long-run growth from successful emerging economies, US Federal Reserve chairman Ben Bernanke said in a speech on Wednesday that will delight developing countries more used to admonishment than admiration from Washington. The FT reports.
Mansoor Mohi-uddin, chief currency Strategist at UBS Investment Bank, believes that if politicians reach the consensus on leveraging, it would have a positive effect on the euro.
A spokesman for the medical-technology industry warned that a new medical-device tax that goes into effect in 2013 under the Obama health-care law could force some companies to cut jobs.
Major averages are on track to snap a four-day winning streak on ongoing concern over Europe, with David Steinberg, DLS Capital Management; Quint Tatro, Tatro Capital; and Anton Schutz, Mendon Capital Advisors.
Since it was elected last year, Hungary's government has aggressively aimed to cut the country's debt burden, through raising taxes and nationalizing private pension assets, amongst other measures.
The correction in markets around the world have given us the opportunity to pick up stocks that we wanted to in the past that were too expensive, says Mark Mobius, Templeton Emerging Markets Group executive chairman.