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Patrick Legland, global head of research at Societe Generale, says catalysts such as the banking union and further aggressive measures from the ECB will push stocks higher.

Miroslav Trnka, co-founder of ESET, says corruption is a "big problem" in Slovakia and is damaging the entrepreneurial environment.

Robert Talbut, chief investment officer at Royal London Asset Management, discusses the proposed changes to the Financial Reporting Council's corporate governance code.

European stocks opened slightly lower on Monday following weak industrial production data for Germany.

Nic Brown, head of commodities research at Natixis, says the movement of the gold price will be driven by U.S. Federal Reserve action.

France slams dollar dominance     Mon, 7 Jul '14 | 1:45 AM ET

CNBC's Stephane Pedrazzi reports on French Finance Minister Michel Sapin's calls for a "rebalancing" of the currencies used for international transactions.

Former U.K. Prime Minister Tony Blair tells NBC that the U.S. was right to send troops to Iraq but extremism in the Middle East is a "long-term" problem.

Nobel Laureate Joseph Stiglitz says a high stock market is not the same as an economic recovery.

Nobel Laureate Joseph Stiglitz says the role of the dollar as the world's reserve currency will diminish as the renminbi takes over.

US recovery 'still weak': Stiglitz     Mon, 7 Jul '14 | 1:30 AM ET

Nobel Laureate Joseph Stiglitz says the U.S. economic recovery is still weak as real wages remain flat and labor force participation is at low levels.

Peter Kazimír, deputy Prime Minister and Finance Minister of Slovakia, says high unemployment is "typical" of Slovakia's economy.

Peter Kazimír, deputy Prime Minister and Finance Minister of Slovakia, says the country is "fully dependent" on Russian oil and gas.

London 7/7 bombings: 9 years on     Mon, 7 Jul '14 | 12:43 AM ET

David Lea, Senior Analyst, Europe, Control Risks, says terrorism in Europe may changed a little since 2005 but extremists still exist within the U.K.

Masayuki Kichikawa, Chief Japan Economist, Bank of America Merrill Lynch, says the Bank of Japan's comments indicate that it maintains a "cautiously optimistic" view on the country's economy.

Don Hanna, Managing Director at Hanna-Roubini Global Economics, explains why Indonesia will likely still see protectionist measures, no matter which presidential candidate wins the election.

Jun Okumura, Visiting Scholar at Meiji Institute for Global Affairs, says Prime Minister Abe's trip to Australia signifies the latter's position as Japan's second-most important security ally.

With U.S. firms focused on cost control amid a healthy global economy, there's no reason for earnings to see a surprise downside, says Kerry Series, Founder & CIO of Eight Investment Partners.

Robin Walker, Conservative member of parliament for Worcester and member of BIS Committee, says the U.K. is seeing a "broad based" recovery but London house prices are a "concern".

Natarajan Chandrasekaran, CEO of Tata Consultancy Services, says Indian markets have a lot of potential and explains how the firm can play a role in the country's growth.

CNBC.com personal finance reporter Kelli B. Grant speaks to NBC's Today show on the best ways shoppers can navigate poor customer service.

Inflation anxiety     Wed, 2 Jul '14 | 4:01 PM ET

Discussing inflation rates and economic data, with CNBC contributors Carol Roth; Stephanie Link; and "Fast Money" trader Tim Seymour.

BBQ lovers burned by price hike     Wed, 2 Jul '14 | 2:50 PM ET
Severe drought is a contributing factor in the declining cattle count, which has sent wholesale beef prices up.

Record high prices for both ground beef and sirloin are creating expensive Fourth of July barbecues. CNBC's Kate Kelly reports.

Karl Brauer, Senior Analyst at Kelley Blue Book, says credit availability, new product lineups and pent-up demand will fuel auto sales in the U.S. for the rest of the year.

CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis discusses the day's activity in the commodities markets. Crude was down on the day, nat gas sold off, as well. Gold was up, however, as traders look to Thursday's job report.

President Barack Obama in the Rose Garden.

President Obama discusses the state of the "broken" immigration reform. Obama breaks down what a year of obstruction has meant to Americans and the root causes of the crisis.

Pisani's future trading predictions     Mon, 30 Jun '14 | 1:31 PM ET

CNBC's Bob Pisani provides insight to Wall Street trends, and what investors can expect the trading process to be like in 25 years.

Suze Call: Mary     Sat, 28 Jun '14 | 9:04 PM ET

Mary from Montana tells Suze she's overextended and needs to refinance. She wants to know how she should shop for the best refinance rates without hurting her FICO score.

John Rossman, Alvarez and Marsal managing director, provides perspective into the culture of Amazon and its innovation.

West coast port strike looms     Fri, 27 Jun '14 | 1:09 PM ET

CNBC's Courtney Reagan reports most don't believe a strike is likely from the International Longshore and Warehouse Union, or the Pacific Maritime Association, but retailers aren't taking chances.

Finding the cure for blindness     Fri, 27 Jun '14 | 7:42 AM ET

Gordon Gund, Gund Investment Corp. chairman & CEO, who lost his sight 40 years ago, discusses his goal to raise $100 million to fund research for a cure for blindness.