MacNeil Curry, head of global tehcnical strategy at Bank of America Merrill Lynch, says there is further upside for the S&P 500 over the course of the next few weeks.» Read More
George Galloway, member of parliament for The Respect Party, says there would be a "race to the bottom" among Scottish workers if the country gained independence.
Hans Redeker, global head of FX strategy at Morgan Stanley, discusses the best way to trade the U.S. dollar after the a strong jobs number was reported by the world's largest economy.
Low volatility and low volumes look set to continue intact into the Independence Day weekend, says Ben Lichtenstein, President at TradersAudio.com.
Low labor force participation rates for 25-50 year-olds mask deeper structural problems, said Patrick O'Keefe director of Economic research at CohnReznick.
Brand USA is actively involved in Asian markets to tap into the "aspirational" nature of travel to the U.S., said Chris Thompson CEO of Brand USA.
U.S. credit markets have doubled in size while dealer inventory has fallen, creating a shortage of buyers, said Gemma Godfrey, head of investment strategy at Brooks Macdonald,
Michael Pettis, finance professor at Peking University, explains why China could be in for a "long landing".
Patrick Gibbels, secretary general of European Small Business Alliance, says the interest rates offered by European banks to small- and medium-sized businesses are not "feasible" for companies looking to borrow.
Alan Miller, founding partner at SCM Private, says European Central Bank President Mario Draghi "says whatever it takes" rather than taking meaningful action.
Robert Tuchman, president at Goviva, explains why this World Cup has been pivotal for the perception of soccer in the U.S and that advertisers will definitely "start pouring money" in the sport.
Peter Garnry, equity strategist at Saxo Bank, says the environment is "clearly in favor of equities" and outlines his investment strategy including his top picks.
Mark Stefanini, lawyer at Mayer Brown, discusses Argentina's bond default and the difficulties facing the country.
Jim Tankersley, economic policy correspondent at The Washington Post, says the Fed chairman, Janet Yellen, is unlikely to give any indication that the central bank is deviating from its path.
Frances Lun, CEO of GEO Securities, says that it's business as usual in Hong Kong despite the massive pro-democracy protests.
Nazy Vassegh, CEO of Masterpiece, discusses the art market as the Masterpiece event comes to an end in London and talks about why London is such a "great international hub" for the art investors.
Urs Ramseier, chairman at Twelve Capital, says that the main benefit of catastrophe bonds is that they are "uncorrelated with other assets" and discusses spreads.
Geoffrey Yu, foreign exchange strategist at UBS, discusses currencies ahead of the U.S. jobs report and says that he doesn't "see anything moving at this point".
Michelle Krebs, director of automotive relations at AutoTrader.com, discusses auto sales in the U.S. ahead of the June data release on Thursday and discusses GM.
Iain Armstrong, oil analyst at Brewin Dolphin, discusses oil prices on the back of Iraqi tensions and explains why he "very positive" on LNG.
Alex Gurvin, founder and portfolio manager at Rockledge Group, discusses expectations for the third quarter, and says that energy, industrials and technology are the sectors most likely to outperform.