Michael Feroli, JPMorgan Bank, explains why he believes June's employment report will likely lead to the Fed slowing its asset-buying program in September.
Tim Geithner, the former US Treasury secretary, has been elevated to the highest rank of public speakers after receiving about $400,000 for three speaking engagements.
The Federal Reserve should begin its move away from easy money now in order to strengthen a "tepid recovery," the head of a heavy machinery making company tells CNBC.
The Indian rupee has been plunging for more than a month, spreading fear of a crisis. The key issue now is whether Indian equities will see major outflows as well, analysts say.
Tony Fratto, Hamilton Place Strategies, and Dean Baker, Center for Economic & Policy Research, discuss the Fed's timeline for tapering after a better-than-expected jobs report on Friday.
The U.S. dollar edged off three-year highs against major currencies on Monday but looked poised to resume gains after last week's strong U.S. jobs data.
Joseph Amato, Neuberger Berman Group president, discusses the difference between planned tapering and rising interest rates; and Gary Kaminsky, Morgan Stanley vice chairman, shares his thoughts on the likely tug-of-war between the Federal Reserve and bond vigilantes.
Alberto Gallo, head of European macro credit research at RBS, advises investing in European high-yield bonds over U.S. ones and says European central bankers want to differentiate bonds' trajectory from what's happening in the U.S.
Ashraf Laidi, chief global strategist at City Index, explains why he describes the impact of Carney and Draghi's statements on their respective currencies (GBP and EUR) as "carnage".
Sam Hill, fixed income strategist at RBC, discusses European bonds following the ECB and BoE meetings and explains that core Europe is influenced by both domestic policy and Fed action.
Stephanie Mehta, Fortune Magazine, and Ben White, POLITICO, discusses which companies made Fortune's "Global 500" list of the world's largest companies, as China continues adding to the list.
Stephanie Mehta, Fortune Magazine, and Ben White, POLITICO, and share their thoughts on a possible political return of former NY Governor Eliot Spitzer; and more buzz about the Fed's future including Larry Summers.
Jim O'Neill, former Goldman Sachs Asset Management chairman, discusses the end of the Fed's easy money; stabilizing Europe's financial problems, and the outlook on China.
Richard Hoey, BNY Mellon, and Phil Orlando, Federated, provide perspective on the Fed's tapering program, and take a look at major headwinds facing the markets.
CNBC's Ross Westgate reports on all the market moving events from Europe, as investors await a decision from euro zone ministers as to whether Greece will receive the last substantial tranche of its bailout program.
Nick Xanders, head of European equity strategy at BTIG, discusses expectations for the second quarter earnings season and explains why he expects many companies to disappoint.
Rob Aspin, Head of Equity Investment Strategy at Standard Chartered Bank Wealth Management Group, says it's still too early to discuss the Fed's tapering of its QE program as data remains weak.
Frederic Neumann, MD & Co-Head of Asian Economics Research at HSBC, lists the most prominent headwinds investors in Hong Kong and China should be keeping an eye out for.
Frederic Neumann, MD & Co-Head of Asian Economics Research at HSBC says that despite a 7.6% unemployment rate, the Fed may still taper if data continues to show green shoots.
Jay Richards, Investment Manager at GTL Capital Management says gold may ease to $1,110/oz with global economic situation improving while geopolitical turmoil will continue to impact oil prices.
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