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The cease-fire agreement is only hours old and doesn't start until Sunday, but analysts fear the deal will fail.
Brian Reynolds, chief market strategist at Rosenblatt Securities, talks about the current state of the U.S. economy, and says the agreement between Russia and Ukraine is not a big macro driver.
The Bank of England's Mark Carney discusses the Bank of England's inflation forecasts and discusses the oil price.
George Galliers, auto analyst at ISI Group, says that while he is "bullish on Tesla," the possibility of the company surpassing Apple is still a "long way off."
Discussing the ceasefire deal reached between Russia and Ukraine, Rob Carnell, chief international economist at ING, says while it's a positive start, there needs to be an "implementation on the ground" to ensure that the agreement follows through.
A ceasefire deal between Ukraine and Russia has been made. Simon Quijano-Evans, head of EM research at Commerzbank, discusses market reaction.
There is a clear business link between focusing on emissions and the profitability of businesses, according to James Magness, head of investor research at CDP.
Could the agreement in Minsk between Russia and Ukraine lead to a lift in Western sanctions? James Butterfill, global equity strategist at Coutts, weighs in.
It appears that Russia's Vladimir Putin and Ukraine's Petro Poroshenko have reached an agreement on peace in Ukraine. Christopher Granville, managing director at Trusted Sources, discusses.
CNBC talks to the CEOs of Credit Suisse and Zurich Insurance, and Switzerland's Economy Minister about the Swiss National Bank's decision to drop its currency peg last month.
Discussing the agreement between Russia and Ukraine, Philip Shaw, chief economist at Investec says "it's a long way before we get a permanent ceasefire," but it's a step toward easing markets' concerns.
José Manuel Vargas Gomez, CEO and chairman of Aena, says he expects to see a debt agreement between Greece and Europe soon, and also comments on the recent introduction of sovereign bond-buying in Europe.
Today marks the first day of trading for Aena's landmark IPO. José Manuel Vargas Gomez, CEO and chairman of Aena, explains why investors should buy into his company.
Is Aena's IPO a reflection of the current state of the Spanish economy? José Manuel Vargas Gomez, CEO and chairman of Aena, says his company is very much linked to "the evolution of the domestic economy."
Kevin Caron, portfolio manager at Stifel, talks about corporate earnings and what to expect with the current currency headwinds.
Does innovation really deliver for investors? Mark Payne, author of "How to Kill a Unicorn," says that innovation is a prominent component affecting how a company is perceived - big or small.
Telenor is planning to expand into countries like Malaysia, India and Bangladesh. Jon Fredrik Baksaas, CEO of Telenor says he sees "big potential" in this region.
Jon Fredrik Baksaas, CEO of Telenor, discusses the company's results and explains why companies like his will see benefits in the future.
Andrew Burkly, managing director at Oppenheimer & Co., discusses the impact of Greece on investor sentiment and the potential of a rate rise by the Federal Reserve.
Chinese investment into Europe has reached an all-time high, according to a new report by Baker & McKenzie. Tim Gee, global head of M&A at Baker & McKenzie, discusses what's driving it.
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