Todd Horwitz, author and founder of Averagejoeoptions.com, says the U.S. equity market is "very close to a top" and could start to see some selling pressure.» Read More
Jan Erik Back, CFO at Seb, comments on the group's latest results and says it is focusing on keeping costs down and attracting new clients.
I think people are looking for an excuse to sell and, if earnings continue to come in weaker than expected, they could add up to make this a volatile summer, says Matthew McCormick, principal and portfolio manager at Bahl & Gaynor.
Portugal's banking sector has gone through a transformative intervention, making its risk to Europe's banking system small, Antonio Roldan Mones, Portugal analyst at Eurasia Group.
The Arsenal deal makes sense for us financially, image-wise and strategy-wise, says Puma CEO Bjorn Gulden.
Given the new realities of the low interest rates, stocks with high dividends above the 30-year treasury yield give the "psychological comfort" of being able to weather a storm, says Martin Leclerc, chief investment officer and portfolio manager at Barrack Yard Advisors,
Nitesh Shah, analyst at ETF Securities, says investors are realizing the value of gold as an insurance hedge once again.
Peter Garnry, equity strategist at Saxo Bank, says Portuguese stocks are overvalued and there is more value in other areas in Europe.
Jonathan Schachter, senior advisor to Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, says that ending the rocket fire from Hamas is the way to return to ceasefire, while boots on the ground remains a "possibility".
Paulo Soares de Pinho, associate professor at Nova School of Business and Economics, says the issues at Banco Espirito Santo won't spread across Portugal.
While nominally a good figure, most new jobs shown in the U.S. jobs figures last week are in the services sector. These are not high paying jobs meaning they don't create growth or discretionary spending, says Todd Horwitz, founder of Averagejoeoptions.com.
The latest round U.S. China talks are focused on "thrashing out" solutions for tensions between the two powers rather than signing massive new agreements, says Miranda Carr, head of China research at NSBO.
A few years ago a hundred percent of our tickets were delivered online, now only about twenty percent, with most customers preferring e-tickets, says Chris Tsakalakis, CEO of Stubhub.
The U.S. Federal Reserve signaled yesterday that there won't be any "fire drills" on interest rates while the economy improves, says Ken Kamen, president of Mercadien Asset Management.
Joe Webb, head of digital at TNS Asia Pacific, says the practice of screen stacking - where a person uses more than one electronic device at once - is on the rise.
DeAnne Julius, former member of the of the monetary policy committee of the Bank of England, says now is not the right time for forward guidance, adding that the BoE's independence is at risk if members keep voting unanimously.
Peter Schaffrik, head of European rates strategy at RBC Capital Markets, says investors are "nervous" about the tight peripheral yield spreads.
Guy Stear, head of Asia research at Societe Generale, says the Indian stock market is "priced for nothing going wrong at all" and it could be time to take profits.
European Central Bank executive board member Peter Praet, says there is no risk of deflation in the euro zone, but the economy remains "fragile".
European Central Bank policy has not fueled "exuberance" in the euro zone credit markets, according to executive board member Peter Praet.
European Central Bank executive board member Peter Praet, says innovation and reform rather than the level of the euro, are the solution to the euro zone's competitiveness issues.
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