Ruth Lea, economic advisor at Arbuthnot Banking Group, says the U.K. economy is "not out of the woods yet" as the country still has a large budget deficit.» Read More
Alan Higgins, chief investment officer at Coutts, tells CNBC that overall he thinks the Bank of England was much more dovish than expected.
Jon Elvekrog, CEO of 140 proof, tells CNBC that the Twitter IPO will be huge, and the company is on a different trajectory to Facebook.
The new governor of the Bank of England (BoE), Mark Carney, has announced that a renewed recovery is now underway in the United Kingdom and it appears to be broadening
Hans Redeker, global head of foreign exchange strategy at Morgan Stanley, tells CNBC that the USD recovery trend will remain the dominant market force.
Kevin Doran, senior fund manager at Brown Shipley, tells CNBC that earnings have been ok on the whole, but there's not a lot of top line growth.
Edward Guinness, manager at The Guinness Alternative Energy fund, tells CNBC they are seeing a transition of demand for solar into the US, China and Japan.
Andrew Collins, managing partner of 1HQ, talks to CNBC about whether consumers will ever buy into laboratory based foods.
Alberto Gallo, head of European Macro Credit Research at RBS, tells CNBC that while there are some tentative signs of recovery in Italy, the country is still far from growth.
Sara Fagen, partner and chief political at DDC Advocacy, tells CNBC that she expects congress to pass a continuing resolution to keep the government funded for a short period of time when they return in September.
Emmanouil Schizas, senior economic analyst at ACCA, tells CNBC they have the best confidence figures for two years, but a genuine recovery confined to North America and Africa.
Slim Feriani, chief executive officer at Advance Emerging Capital, tells CNBC that stock picking remains the way to go for emerging market, but he likes Turkey, Thailand and Indonesia for the domestic story.
New Zealand's dairy giant, Fonterra says sorry for the contamination of its milk products. With more, Eunice Yoon is in Beijing.
Jamie Ingram, Middle East analyst at IHS Global Insight, tells CNBC that the West will demand concessions from Iran before lifting any sanctions.
Jonathan Tepper, partner and chief editor at Variant Perception, tells CNBC that it seems crazy that banks aren't retaining more earnings when there's a public subsidy backstopping them.
Patrick O'Keefe, director of economic research at CohnReznick, tells CNBC that he is looking for over 200,000 private sector jobs.
Chris Watling, CEO of Longview Economics, tells CNBC that the debt levels of the Western world have at best remain constant since the days leading up to the credit crunch.
Tomo Kinoshita, chief economist at Nomura, tells CNBC that the Japanese government should proceed with the sales tax hike or foreign investors will lose confidence on the economy.
Duncan Brock, director of CIPS, tells CNBC why the July construction PMI is has hit the highest level in over three years.
Mario Draghi, president of the European Central Bank reports on the outcome of the meeting of the ECB's governing council.
Tom Levinson, FX strategist at ING Financial Markets, says a major negative sterling move could happen after the Bank of England's inflation report on August 7.