Michael Scialla, research analyst at Stifel, says that despite oil's volatility, he expects prices to rise in the next 18 months.» Read More
Andrew Bosomworth, head of PIMCO portfolio management in Germany, says he sees "zero value" in a discussion surrounding a tapering of the ECB's bond-buying program.
Temel Kotil, CEO of Turkish Airlines, talks about the low oil price and its impact on his business.
Rick Whittington, senior equity analyst at Drexel Hamilton, discusses Intel earnings, and says the company may have "some participation" in the wearables sector.
Discussing U.S. earnings, Jeff Krumpelman, senior portfolio manager at RiverPoint Capital Management, says he favors companies in sectors including consumer discretionary and healthcare.
Mark Dunkerley, CEO of Hawaiian Airlines, discusses how the oil price and the strong U.S. dollar are affecting his business.
Smartphones are wonderful, but are causing a lot of issues in the workplace, says Michael Acton Smith, founder of Mind Candy.
Luis Maroto, CEO of Amadeus, says a rise in demand for travel and tourism has boosted his company, and discusses investor confidence.
Has the travel and tourism sector been too slow in adapting to new technologies? Julie Meyer, CEO of Ariadne Capital, explains why she doesn't think this is the case.
Ahead of the European Central Bank's April meeting, CNBC's Annette Weisbach says a wide variety of topics will be on the table.
Discussing the Chinese economy, Michelle Lam, economist at Lombard Street Research, says that momentum in China is weakening significantly.
Marty Mosby, director of bank and equity strategies at Vining Sparks, discusses which banks will outperform this earnings season.
Samir Kapuria, vice president of cyber security services at Symantec, says that cyber-attacks have to be taken in a "holistic" manner.
How much will the low oil prices and a strong U.S. dollar impact profitability in the U.S. earnings season? Christine Short, senior vice president at Estimize, discusses.
Derek Halpenny, European head of global currency research at Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi, says it wouldn't have been "too big a deal" if the U.K. had entered deflation.
Fred Laluyaux, CEO of Anaplan, discusses how his company is planning to take on the likes of Microsoft Excel, by reinventing business planning software.
As the U.K. Conservative Party launches its manifesto, Home Secretary Theresa May talks to CNBC about the beneficial aspects of the right-to-buy scheme in the U.K.
Eugen Weinberg, head of commodity research at Commerzbank, says that for the U.S. and Europe, the effects of a falling oil price should be positive on the economic side.
Chinese markets have shrugged off a sharp slowdown in the country's exports, amid hopes that the weak data will prompt further monetary stimulus from Beijing. CNBC's Eunice Yoon reports.
Tensions are rising in the leadership team at Volkswagen, after its chairman, Ferdinand Piech, said on Friday that he had lost confidence in CEO Martin Winterkorn. CNBC's Nancy Hulgrave discusses the brewing feud.
The list of presidential bids for the U.S. 2016 elections is getting increasingly crowded. James Pethokoukis, economic policy analyst at the American Enterprise Institute, talks about Marco Rubio's potential bid and what it takes to be a winning candidate.
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