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Deleveraging in Europe can be orderly if they can actually sell more debt, explains Barry Knapp, Barclay's. "Equities isn't such a big problem- but rolling their debt," he says.
British MPs took the step of interviewing Revenue & Customs’ top lawyer under oath as a row over an alleged “sweetheart” tax deal offered to Goldman Sachs intensified, the FT reports.
Jim Rickards, "Currency Wars" author, discusses which country is the biggest offender to currency manipulation.
Are we still entrenched in the pattern of risk-on or risk-off? "It's too simplistic," says Kevin Ferry, Cronus Futures Management. "There's like a Pavlovian response that when the euro goes up you buy risk assets."
The crisis in Europe has begun to spill over into US bank lending, according to the latest survey of loan officers by the US Federal Reserve.
European stocks were called to open higher on Tuesday, tracking gains in Asia and on Wall Street, but investor concerns persist over rising Italian bond yields and doubts over who will replace Greek Prime Minister George Papandreou.
European and U.S. inflation will rise in the medium- to long-term, according to Berdibek Ahmedov, manager for European and UK real return products at Pacific Investment Management Company (Pimco).
Discussing Italy's debt problems and its impact on the markets, with David Malpass, Encima Global president, and David Goldman, Macrostrategy.com president.
Mad Money host Jim Cramer explains why investors should stay in the market, and not sell the rally here.
Can investors still make money in this market? Discussing how investors should position their portfolios in the midst of market uncertainty? Jason Trennert, Strategas Research Partners, weighs in.
Tony Dwyer, Collins Stewart, and Jeffrey Palma, UBS, discuss the European debt crisis and market volatility. Also, CNBC's Jon Fortt has Priceline.com's Q3 earnings.
CNBC's Sharon Epperson discusses the day's activity in the commodities markets and looks at where oil and precious metals are likely headed tomorrow.
Greg Trocoli, TheChartLab.com founder, explains why he's looking at industrials.
Insight on financials as most investors turn their attention to Europe, with Marc Chaikin, Chaikin Stock Research, and George Ball, Edelman Financial Group.
Stocks are taking a beating Monday as investors turn their attention to Italy, with Jack Ablin, Harris Private Bank, and Mike Holland, Holland & Company.
"Anyone has to be looking at the Italian confidence vote in Silvio Berlusconi and saying, do we want him to pass it? We need a change in Italy to really get some market sentiment into it, because... at the moment, it really isn't there," Jeremy Cook, chief economist at World First, told CNBC.
The Group of 20 is seeking to meet again, possibly before Christmas, with the aim of resurrecting a deal to provide an international firewall around Greece, G20 sources have told the Financial Times, saying negotiators at the Cannes summit had been close to an agreement.
European stocks were called to open higher on Monday after Greece Prime Minister and opposition leader reached a coalition deal, paving the way for approval of the latest bailout for the country, but investors remained nervous over the euro zone's ability to resolve the sovereign debt crisis and developments in Italy.
CNBC's Carolin Schober has the latest details on Greek PM, Papandreou's win on key confidence vote, 153 to 148. Jackie DeAngelis has the rundown on Friday's market activity, and discussing Greece's new coalition government, and containing global debt contagion, with Phil Orlando, Federated Investors; Ronald Kruszewski, Stifel Financial; and Jack Albin, Harris Private Bank.