CNBC Unpublished Franchises What Investors Should Know in Europe

  • Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne poses for photographers outside 11 Downing Street.

    Monetary policy could be set to change in the U.K. when George Osborne unveils his latest budget, but any alterations to the Bank of England's remit could sink the sterling even further, analysts told CNBC.

  • A Chinese state television program on Apple raised concerns that the company has less fair phone-replacement policies in China than in other countries. The Global Post reports.

  • The Cyprus impact is a minor blip on the weekly euro/dollar chart. The upside target for the pair in a rebound from $1.29 is the previous resistance level near $1.34.

  • Meredith Whitney

    The bailout in Cyprus that rattled the markets and rekindled fears of the European debt crisis will be beneficial for U.S. stocks, analyst Meredith Whitney told CNBC.

  • Investors took a subdued reaction Monday to the bailout chaos in Cyprus, but expect that to change significantly should policy makers stumble further.

  • Carl Sheldon, chief executive officer of Abu Dhabi National Energy

    Africa offers interesting investment opportunities for energy companies, CEO of Abu Dhabi National Energy told CNBC, while the Middle East is no riskier than Europe.

  • Save-haven Gold hit a two-and-a-half week high on Monday as a controversial bailout plan for Cyprus sparked fresh uncertainty in the euro zone.

  • Some big names in investing are saying the great gold rally is over, but these experts see central banks cutting interest rates, and beg to differ.

  • With annual shareholder meeting season getting underway, long-term investors should applaud activist shareholders trying to agitate for change.

  • Identity-thieving tax schemers are proliferating like never before, so it's important to know how to avoid them.

  • The Fed could add fuel to the market rally in the week ahead, keeping the Dow on track for its best first quarter since 1998.

  • Apple may finally do something big with some of its $137 billion cash pile, said Legg Mason Capital's Bill Miller.

  • Even as the S&P 500 edges toward its all-time closing high, strategists are recommending investors think about stocks to play during a pullback.

  • The bank capital return plans: Some banks returning as significant dividend payers.

  • Investors watch the electronic board at a stock exchange hall in Huaibei, China.

    Asian equities could deliver gains of 20 percent by the end of the year, according to HSBC.

  • Why the Markets Aren't Worried About Italy

    Giada Giani, economist at Citigroup and James Walston, professor at the American University in Rome, discuss the political situation in Italy where elections for speakers in both the upper and lower houses of Parliament start today, and the reasons behind the markets' lack of reaction to the stalemate delivered by elections in the country.

  • "Abenomics" will not be able to achieve the two percent inflation target in Japan, Eisuke Sakakibara, former vice finance minister of Japan told CNBC on Friday.

  • Expect S&P 500 Pullback Here: Brian Kelly

    Here's what the end of the stock rally will look like, Brian Kelly of Shelter Harbor Capital says.

  • The austerity focus at the European Union summit is weighing on the euro, and this strategist doesn't see much near term relief for the currency.

  • Emerging markets appear to be losing out as investors pile into developed markets on hopes of better economic conditions.