Eric Wasserstrom, managing director at Suntrust Robinson Humphrey, tells CNBC that in his own view the Jamie Dimon JPMorgan vote is unlikely to garner sufficient support to compel the board to make a change.» Read More
India's Commerce Minister Anand Sharma spoke to CNBC's Adam Bakhtiar in an exclusive interview about the global impact of India's trade deal with the European Union
Daniele Antonucci, senior European economist at Morgan Stanley, tells CNBC there is the perception of a policy backstop in the euro zone, which enables a search for yield despite poor macro data.
Daragh Maher, FX strategist and director at HSBC, tells CNBC that he the euro has been remarkably resilient but is lower than it has been.
Marty Mosby, banking analyst at Guggenheim Partners, tells CNBC that there¿s been a severe shock to the system that US banks had to absorb, with some still struggling.
Aaron Kwittken, CEO of Kwittken + Company Worldwide, tells CNBC that Bloomberg has a lot more work to do following the news that they leaked private messages.
Seijiro Takeshita, director at Mizuho International, tells CNBC that Sony's polite answer to proposals to spin off its entertainment arm would be 'thanks but no thanks'.
Boris Schlossberg, managing director at BK Asset Management, tells CNBC that the Euro has had everything thrown at it and been remarkably resilient.
Sharan Burrow, general secretary of the International Trade Union, tells CNBC that five years in to the economic crisis, austerity has failed, international institutions have failed and there's a humanitarian crisis.
Don Smith, government bond strategist at ICAP, tells CNBC that yield levels across the euro zone are edging higher but not because of the euro zone, it's being driven by treasurys.
Philippe Plouvier, senior partner and Aerospace Consultant at Roland Berger Strategy Consultants, tells CNBC that there's a continuous improvement of the EBITDA margin of the EADS group.
European finance ministers speak to CNBC about whether there's a credible threat of Britain leaving the European Union.
Richard Hoey, chief economist at BNY Mellon, tells CNBC that the European economy is about to hit the bottom of the saucer, with a very slow recovery.
Nigel Farage, leader of the UK Independence Party (UKIP), tells CNBC's Steve Sedgwick that David Cameron needs to have a proper, sincere negotiation about getting powers back from the EU.
So what are investors to do at the start of a new trading week. Here's a recap of some of the thoughts we've already had this morning.
Eleanor Hope-Bell, head of UK intermediary sales at State Street Global Advisors, tells CNBC that chasing yield over the long-term is not going to give you growth uplift.
Adam Cole, head of currency strategy at RBC, tells CNBC that the fall in the Japanese Yen is still very much a speculative move, rather than Japanese investors being forced to look elsewhere.
Ignazio Visco, ECB central bank governor, Italy, tells CNBC that they are equipped and ready to intervene on refinancing operating rates.
Claudine Fry, South Asia senior analyst at Control Risks, tells CNBC Nawaz Sharif faces serious challenges, particularly the electricity crisis, after winning the election in Pakistan over the weekend.
Harris Georgiades, the Cyprus Finance Minister, tells CNBC that there greatest priority remains doing away with the capital restrictions and they are eager to repair their relationship with Brussels.
Rupert Nathan, head of fund management at Fat Prophets, tells CNBC that the Glencore CEO is likely to continue on the acquisition trail and may be eyeing Anglo American.