Robert Parker, senior adviser, Investment, Strategy & Research Group at Credit Suisse, says bond yields in Europe are headed lower, with German bonds likely to turn negative over the next 2-3 weeks.» Read More
Traders are experiencing lots of twists and turns, but ending up back where they started, Art Cashin tells CNBC.
The People's Bank of China is "desperate" to control Shanghai's stock rally, experts said, following the central bank's reserve requirement ratio cut.
Sunday's reserve requirement ratio cut and the rally in stock markets are driving liquidity in the mainland's housing market, says Nicole Wong, regional head of Property Research at CLSA.
The ECB's constant efforts to alleviate the socio-political damage done by austerity and reform-at-all-costs zealots should be acknowledged.
To curb slowing growth, Chinese policymakers could unveil another interest rate cut in May or June, says Mark Andersen, global co-head of Asset Allocation at UBS CIO Wealth Management.
Teresita Sy-Coson, vice chairman of SM Investments Corporation, says awareness of regional integration will likely begin in 2015, but the completion of the ASEAN Economic Community may need time.
It's a conundrum: bonds aren't likely to win a popularity contest any time soon, but analysts don't expect investor demand will slack off.
CNBC's Oriel Morrison highlights events and economic data that will move the markets in Asia this week.
Paul Gambles, co-founder of MBMG Group, says markets may be wondering why Beijing is "overreacting" with a 100-basis-point cut in the reserve requirement ratio.
China's central bank cut the reserve requirement ratio for all banks by 100 basis points on Sunday, the second reduction in two months.
ECB president Mario Draghi said that Europe is rooting for Greece, but the country is the only party that can save itself.
CNBC's Mandy Drury looks back at the week's top business and financial stories. Oil rose to it's highest price of the year. And ETSY went public this week, and is now worth $3 billion.
Stocks plunged Friday, and that had some predicting it was the start of a correction. Two pros told CNBC they didn't agree. Here's why.
Former Federal Reserve Chair Ben Bernanke is heading down a well-beaten path. In a move announced on Thursday, he's going from his former position at the Federal Reserve to Wall Street as a senior adviser at Citadel and "Fast Money" trader Guy Adami is outraged.
CNBC's Rick Santelli discusses bond prices and yields.
Choi Kyung Hwan, finance minister of South Korea, says the country's economy is starting to recover after last year's expansionary policies, noting the government will inject stimulus later this year if necessary.
Here are three signs the pin has been pulled on the equity-bubble grenade, says Michael Pento.
Bond prices fell as Fed Vice Chair Stanley Fischer told CNBC he saw a US economic rebound, reigniting fears of a looming rate hike.
Lower commodity prices and an expected interest rate hike in the U.S. present major risks to the developing world, Jim Yong Kim tells CNBC.