Richard Kelly, head of European rates at TD Securities, says the euro zone is "one global recession away" from being stuck in deflation.» Read More
Markets are more likely to get a schooling on the labor market than a road map for rate hikes when the Fed meets in Jackson Hole in the week ahead.
CNBC's Rick Santelli discusses bond prices and yields.
CNBC's Courtney Reagan and Art Cashin, of UBS, discuss the situation in the Ukraine, which says it attacked a Russian military convoy. The 10-year yield will tell investors how the markets will react, says Cashin.
CNBC's Rick Santelli and Andy Brenner, National Alliance Securities, discuss euro currencies and the outlook for European interest rates.
Michael Gallagher, director of research at IdeaGlobal, says tighter monetary policy in the U.S. will cause an equity market correction in the first quarter of 2015.
Sani Hamid, Director, Wealth Management, Economy & Market Strategy at Financial Alliance, explains why geopolitical events have failed to spook global financial markets.
Hans Goetti, Head of Investment Asia at Banque Internationale a Luxembourg, says the euro zone's subpar growth data may spur further easing measures from the European Central Bank.
The move to hold rates steady on Thursday will help the central bank achieve its inflation target by year-end, says Perry Warjiyo, Deputy Governor of Bank Indonesia.
With upbeat U.S. economic data, it is possible that the Fed will raise interest rates at the beginning of 2015, says Karyn Cavanaugh, Senior Market Strategist at Voya Investment Management.
As the Fed's quantitative easing draws to an end, staying fully invested in equity markets is a mistake, says Peter Boockvar, Chief Market Analyst at The Lindsey Group.
After a slew of bad data across the globe, the market may need to rejig its expectations for the end of easy monetary policy, some analysts said.
In a weakening global economy, U.S. Treasurys have a lot of fans. Thursday’s $16 billion 30-year bond auction saw demand for a long bond yielding 3.22 percent.
Revenues for most U.S. states continued to fall in the second quarter.
Stocks are reflecting sentiment on easy monetary policies, says Mohamed El-Erian, Allianz's chief economic advisor.
CNBC's Bob Pisani and Art Cashin, of UBS, discuss the German bund and the U.S. Treasury market. And traders continue to watch the convoy headed to Ukraine.
David Darst, Morgan Stanley Wealth Management, discusses what investors to watch for in the coming months. The market basically wants to lift, says Darst.
Anthony Chan, Chase chief economist, and Julian Emanuel, UBS U.S. equity strategist, discuss how geopolitical risks are impacting European and Japanese markets. I have faith Japan will do better in the second half, predicts Chan.
If history repeats itself, stocks will dip when the Fed exits the bond-buying business for good, data suggest.
Global gold demand saw a sharp year on year decrease as levels steady following the blow-out numbers seen in the same period last year.
Daniel Martin, Asia Economist at Capital Economics, says Indonesia's troubled current account balance will likely lead the Bank Indonesia to hold rates steady for the rest of the year.
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