Estonian President Toomas Hendrik Ilves, says the country doesn't need quantitative easing because its economy is in good shape.» Read More
David Page, senior economist at AXA Investment Managers, discusses the U.K. economy and says the Bank of England is unlikely to raise rates until May or June 2015.
John Nugée, associate fellow at Chatham House, discusses the new normal for central banks, as their balance sheets are "abnormally large at the moment".
Bill Grimsey, former CEO of Iceland and adviser for the Labour Party, says U.K. consumers cannot afford for Tesco "to be run in this manner", adding that the industry "has become bloated".
Alex Castelli, office managing partner at CohnReznick, says the U.S. Jobs Act has created an opportunity for middle market companies to take advantage of the "surging" IPO market.
Avery Ash, director of federal relations at AAA, comments on the crude oil and gas price drops in the U.S. and says they represent "significant savings" for consumers.
Greg McBride, senior financial analyst at Bankrate.com, comments on the latest Federal Reserve minutes and says the central bank is "not in a hurry" to raise rates.
Apostolos Bantis, credit analyst at Commerzbank, discusses emerging market credit, and how it may perform given the Fed's latest policy minutes.
Melanie Baker, U.K. economist at Morgan Stanley, says that although recent data shows signs of cooling in the U.K. economy, growth remains at a "good pace".
James Ashley, chief economist at RBC Capital Markets, says the euro area could easily tip into deflation territory and is set to experience a long period of low growth.
Ylan Mui, financial reporter at The Washington Post, comments on the Fed minutes and says the key will be how much debate there was over changing the language on the first rate hike guidance.
Brian Nagel, senior equity research analyst at Oppenheimer & Co., discusses Costco after the group reported a "nice beat" in the fourth quarter and says the stock is now "fairly valued".
Russ Koesterich, global chief investment strategist at BlackRock, says volatility is starting to get closer to long-term average as U.S. monetary policy starts to normalize.
Janet Henry, chief European economist at HSBC, says that quantitative easing worked in the U.S. and U.K. but that in order for it to work in Europe, the ECB would need "to go big".
John Strickland, director at JLS Consulting, comments on airline stocks and on how they adapt to health scares as the Ebola virus reached the U.S. and Spain.
Lucio Malan, Italian senator for Forza Italia-PdL, says that the Italian labor reform championed by Matteo Renzi will bring no significant change and that the government has done nothing so far.
Tim Harris, CEO of Harris Capital, discusses the equity market rout and how central banks - from the Fed, Bank of England to the ECB - may have to act if "turbulence" worsens.
Chad Morganlander, portfolio manager at Stifel, comments on the U.S. earnings season and on how the strong dollar will impact businesses.
Stacey Widlitz, founder of SW Retail Advisors and CNBC retail analyst, discusses Yum's China strategy following several "supplier shocks" and the pressure fast food chains are facing in the U.S.
Steven Englander, global head of G10 foreign exchange strategy at Citi, discusses the outlook for the U.S. dollar and says that the dollar has "a lot further to go" against the euro and the yen.
Juan Sartori, founder and executive chairman of Union Group, discusses Brazil following the first round of the presidential election and says whoever wins will face a "challenging situation".
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