Alan Knuckman, chief options strategist at Bulls-Eye Options, says he expects Apple to be the biggest market mover this week.» Read More
Peter Hensman, global strategist at Newton, says there's evidence that sterling is pricing in all the U.K. election risks.
Jay Bregman, founder and CEO of Verifly, says that drones are seen as "completely uncontrolled but with massive potential" and says Verifly hopes to help improve regulations for drones.
The Markit euro zone flash PMI data fell in April. Riccardo Barbieri, chief European economist at Mizuho International, says this is more a "temporary" slowdown in Europe.
Kabir Sehgal, vice president in emerging market equities at J. P. Morgan, says that a lot of people's financial decision-making is influenced by our genes.
Stephen Anderson, senior analyst at Miller Tabak, says he expects to see another tough quarter from McDonald's, and that the next quarter will be the "true test" for the new CEO.
CNBC's Eric Chemi says that Facebook does best with lower-income kids, while Instagram is the winner when it comes to richer households.
David Seaburg, head of sales trading at Cowen and Company, explains why there's more M&A to come in the biotech and pharmaceutical sector.
Following the "Flash Crash" arrest, Eric Noll, CEO of Convergex, says there are concerns when it comes to regulating the futures markets, but changes have been implemented since 2010.
Tom Gearing, owner of Cult Wines, says that with prices having fallen in wine, there's some good opportunities when it comes to investing in fine wine, with Burgundy definitely grabbing attention with its good performance.
A U.K. trader has been arrested for allegedly contributing to the 2010 Wall Street "Flash Crash" and is expected to appear in court today. CNBC discusses what we know so far about the trader.
John Wraith of UBS talks about the Bank of England and its future decisions when it comes to a rate hike, especially with expectations of a loose government coalition.
Petrobras, is expected to report its full year results for 2014 on wednesday. Marina Petroleka, head of energy and infrastructure research at BMI Research, says the impairment charge is what everyone's watching.
Douglas Breeden, professor of finance at Duke University, says that markets are "schizophrenic," as one part bets that interest rates will normalize, while the others are "fearing" that rates will remain low.
Darren Chervitz, portfolio manager at Jacob Asset Management, says that Marissa Mayer's "honeymoon period" as Yahoo CEO is approaching an end, with consumers expecting more core results from Yahoo.
George Osborne, the U.K.'s finance minister, speaks to CNBC about prospects for the country's May election.
Talking tech and US earnings, Leigh Drogen, CEO of Estimize, says this quarter will be about mobile monetization, especially for Facebook and Twitter.
Charles Newsome, divisional director at Investec Wealth & Investment, says he believes that Greece will move towards some sort of exit from the euro zone in the long term.
Has the Fed already hiked through its words? Charles Newsome, divisional director at Investec Wealth & Investment, explains why he believes so.
European Central Bank staff are considering increasing haircuts on Greek bank collateral, sources told CNBC. Annette Weisbach reports.
Jakob Christensen, senior economist at Exotix, explains why he believes we should be buying Greek bonds right now.
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