Brian Reynolds, chief market strategist at Rosenblatt Securities, explains why credit investors "don't care about tapering."» Read More
James Lockhart Smith, principal analyst for Latin America at Maplecroft, says the Brazilian bank run highlights growth and credit issues in the Latin American country.
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Marco Elser, partner at Advicorp, talks about the Italian banking sector and in particular Unicredit ahead of the company's quarterly results.
Colin Ellis, senior vice president at Moody's Investors Service, thinks there is no bubble in corporate credit, despite low yields and high prices.
Jack Lew, U.S. Treasury secretary, says Europe needs to find the right balance between austerity and growth and fix its credit market issues to boost its economy.
Retirees looking for a mortgage may find that even a pristine credit history and healthy retirement accounts are not enough.
CNBC's Steve Liesman has the details of the consumer credit report.
Donald Lipari, managing partner and national private equity at McGladrey, explains why he expects an increase in private equity M&A activity this year.
Duncan Farr, European banks specialist at Nomura, says the environment for European banks is very "tricky" as a large number of banks will continue to be in a deleveraging phase for a few years.
About 85 percent of Americans surveyed said their credit card debt is a taboo subject for conversation with strangers.
David Marshall, senior analyst for Asia-Pacific financials at CreditSights, expects good quarterly results from Chinese banks but highlights that China's economy is slowing despite accelerating credit growth.
Jose Carlos Diez, chief economist at Intermoney, talks about Spain's deficit and what the ECB's OMT bond-buying program could do for the country's economy.
Pedro Juez Martel, professor of applied economics at UNED University, discusses the rising Spanish budget deficit and says that by being so strict with its deficit cut, the government is stifling companies' ability to access credit.
U.S. market indicators support a continued rally into the summer, but macro factors may create a pause into July and August, Citi's top U.S. equity analyst tells CNBC.
Chinese banks made $171 billion of new local currency loans in March, central bank data showed on Thursday, well above market expectations and adding to evidence of an economic recovery being fueled by ample credit.
Cars, education — consumers want it all. Consumer credit posted its biggest jump in six months as consumers borrowed more for car and student loans.
The White House wants to make it easier for people with weak credit to buy a home. Tanya Marchiol, Team Investments CEO, weighs in.
"Am I a great investor? Not yet," Pimco's Bill Gross writes in an essay titled "Man in the Mirror." The real test of greatness will be adapting to a new era once the epoch of credit expansion comes to a close.
Brian Reynolds, chief market strategist at Rosenblatt Securities, tells CNBC he prefers equities to credit as he expects the stock market rally seen in the first quarter to continue in the new one.