Bob Iaccino, chief market strategist at Tethys Partners, says it's all about stock picking this week as the two events this week - the FOMC meeting and the Scottish referendum - are very difficult to predict.» Read More
Lance Roberts, chief strategist at STA Wealth Management, says the ECB has been pushed into a situation where it now has to do "more work" as unemployment remains high and inflation low.
Petr Zemcik, director of European economics at Moody's Analytics, says the euro zone's recovery is weak and fragile and will continue to remain so "unless the ECB steps in."
Charles Diebel, head of market strategy at Lloyds Bank Commercial Banking, says the real fear for the ECB is that price expectations are "starting to be un-anchored".
David Gray, retail analyst at Planet Retail, says that some of Tesco's problems are self-inflicted and that while it is on the right track to recover, it will be "painfully slow."
Olivier Khayat, deputy head of CIB at UniCredit, says that the euro zone's recovery is too slow and that there is an "obvious strong case" for the ECB to act on Thursday.
Itay Michaeli, auto analyst at Citi, discusses the auto market in the U.S. and says pricing has held up quite well due to the strong pent-up demand.
Joseph Hedden, analyst at Datamonitor Healthcare, says that the clinical and commercial potential of immunotherapies against cancer is growing but that there appears to be no front-runner.
Sam Poser, senior research analyst at Sterne Agee, comments on the sale of basketball clothing and sneakers, and which brands have the edge.
Charles Dumas, chief economist at Lombard Street Research, says the drift towards deflation is "convenient" for the euro zone as it keeps interest rates low and government bonds attractive.
Nick Cohn, global traffic congestion expert at TomTom, discusses traffic congestion and how drivers could save a lot of time by using live traffic data.
Vikas Khemani, CEO of Wholesale Capital Markets, Edelweiss Financial Services, says the Indian central bank did the right thing by leaving rates unchanged and says coordinated action with the government will be needed going forward.
John Curtice, poll analyst at Strathclyde University, discusses the Scottish referendum on independence and highlights that while the "No" vote remains the majority, the gap is narrowing.
Brian Singer, head of dynamic allocation strategies team at William Blair & Co., discusses how geopolitical events influence markets and explains why the current environment is supportive of Spanish and Italian equities.
Ben Lichtenstein, president at TradersAudio.com, says the only reason to sell the U.S market is "if you don't like money".
Arif Naqvi, founder and group chief executive of Abraaj Group, describes emerging markets as the "global growth markets" and highlights where the opportunities are.
John Silvia, chief economist at Wells Fargo Securities, discusses U.S. inflation data and how it impacts Treasurys.
Jan Hatzius, chief economist at Goldman Sachs, says the U.S. should soon see a cyclical recovery but that there is uncertainty over how much spare capacity is left in the economy.
Jonathan Taylor, U.K. partner at Bird & Bird, talks about the investigation into the corruption allegations surrounding the 2022 World Cup bidding process.
Madhur Jha, global economist at Standard Chartered, discusses how the rise of the middle-class in emerging markets will impact the global economy.
Apostolos Bantis, credit analyst at Commerzbank, says investors are accustomed to political uncertainty in Turkey and focus instead on the fundamentals and sentiment which have remained quite resilient.
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