Scott Shellady, CEO of TJM Investments, discusses the U.S. market and says that 10-year Treasurys show that "the man on the street" is not feeling the rally.» Read More
Gemma Godfrey, head of investment strategy at Brooks MacDonald, discusses the momentum stocks sell-off and the rotation from small caps into large caps.
Chuka Umunna, U.K. shadow secretary of State for business, innovation and skills, says that, in some cases, governments should intervene to protect domestic companies from foreign takeovers.
Boris Schlossberg, managing director at BK Asset Management, says the German flash PMI data out this week will be "absolutely critical" as a poor figure would escalate chances of ECB action.
Anshu Jain, co-CEO at Deutsche Bank, says the bank is very "focused" on its U.S. strategy and that it has a targeted plan to narrow the "competitive gap" there.
Deutsche Bank is taking steps to increase its capital reserves to take advantage of the "tectonic plate shift in European banking", Anshu Jain, co-CEO at Deutsche Bank told CNBC.
Stephen Furlong, senior transport analyst at Davy research, discusses why Ryanair's stock rose on Monday morning despite the group posting its first profit drop in five years.
Savvas Neophytou, pharmaceutical analyst at Panmure Gordon, says the probability of any further move from Pfizer on AstraZeneca has been greatly reduced as both groups disagree on the value of AstraZeneca's pipeline.
Maarten-Jan Bakkum, global emerging markets strategist at ING Investment Management, says a lot has already been priced into Indian assets but that the market still "has room to move."
While AstraZeneca's management has rejected Pfizer's latest offer, there is still "some wriggle room." However, six months are needed before another offer can be brought forward, CNBC's Catherine Boyle reports.
Mick Cooper, health care analyst at Edison Investment Research, says that AstraZeneca is under a lot of pressure to deliver after it rejected Pfizer - which could come back in another six months.
Ha-Joon Chang, economist and author at the University of Cambridge, discusses how economics is taught after U.K. students protested over the content of the degree courses.
Paul James, global brand leader for luxury at Starwood Hotels Group, discusses the growth of high-end, premium travel brands and says the group is expanding fast and incorporating new technologies.
Carter Worth, chief market technician at Sterne Agee, says the stall in the U.S. stock market "foreshadows trouble ahead" because the technicals are "not good."
Danny McCoy, president at Ibec, argues that the Irish government should cut taxes and invest in infrastructure to boost its growth and reach its fiscal targets.
Fernando Ulrich, CEO of Banco BPI, says bond spreads for Portugal are justified and shows the market recognizes the "major effort" Portugal produced over the past few years.
Kanti Bajpai, professor at Lee Kuan Yew School, describes Narendra Modi as "bold" and "scary" and expects him to start work fairly quickly but highlights that he will face many challenges.
Pedro Passos Coelho, Portuguese prime minister, comments on the sacrifices made by Portugal to exit its bailkout program and says there is "no risk of imprudent budget policy."
Tim Edwards, director of index investment strategy at S&P Dow Jones, says that it's "very hard to be bearish" right now.
Jharonne Martis, director of research at Thomson Reuters, says Wal-Mart is expected to report weak, negative same-store sales for its fifth consecutive quarter. He also comments on JC Penney.
Robert Noel, CEO of Land Securities tells CNBC that the group is beginning to "reap the rewards" from the "bold call" it made to build new buildings with no rental agreements in place.
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