Adam Chester, head of UK macroeconomics at Lloyds Bank, shares his thoughts on the latest GDP, data for the UK.» Read More
Huw Pill, chief European economist and co-head of the economics team at Goldman Sachs, discusses euro zone's inflation and growth expectations and comments on the ECB's strategy.
Denis Coleman, head of EMEA credit finance at Goldman Sachs, discusses the high yield market and says that as interest rates rise, there should be a "revised cost of capital" for issuers, but no fall in activity.
Scott Shellady, CEO of Bull Reef Brokerage at TJM Investments, says the U.S. is not "doing so well" and that the Fed is "in trouble". He advises being long stocks and bonds.
The Turkish President, Recep Tayyip Erdogan has spoken in defense of the country's counter-terrorism strategy, arguing it's been "unfairly categorized", CNBC's Hadley Gamble reports.
Patrick Spencer, director of international institutional equity sales at Baird, says that "all the excitement" going forward will be in equities, not bonds, and that valuations are "not excessive" yet.
Parag Saxena, founding partner and CEO of New Silk Route Partners, says the Indian market is giving Prime Minister Modi a "strong vote for governance" and discusses the country's still shortage.
Lance Roberts, chief strategist at STA Wealth Management, says that the trend for U.S equities is still positive but warns that there is a "significant amount of deterioration" now happening.
Samiran Chakraborty, head of India research at Standard Chartered, says India has opened up nearly every sector to international investors and discusses how best to invest there going forward.
Joohee An, portfolio manager at Mirae Asset comments on emerging markets - in particular China, India and Indonesia - and says that markets should be "volatile going forward".
Tarek Sultan, CEO of Agility, says Middle Eastern countries have not done enough to create opportunity for young people and must find a way to "energize the economy".
The U.K. government's economic plan "is working" says George Osborne, U.K. finance minister, adding that he will unveil the next stages of his plan in his Conservatives' Conference speech.
James Bevan, CIO at CCLA Investment Management, discusses whether the protests in China could impact domestic markets and comments on the government's agenda.
Ben Lichtenstein, president of TradersAudio.com, says that although the market is under pressure, the trend hasn't been derailed.
ISIS is a threat to the British people says U.K. Prime Minister David Cameron, adding that there is a "clear plan" to eradicate the threat, but that the mission is likely to take years.
Sanjay Nayar, CEO of KKR India, says that as business confidence grows in india, a "slew" of opportunities will open up. He adds that there is a clear effort from authorities to attract foreign investments.
Angelo Zino, equity analyst at S&P Capital IQ, highlights what to look for in Blackberry's earnings and says the Passport phone is a "good product" but unlikely to compete with Apple and Samsung.
U.K. Foreign Secretary, Philip Hammond, says Britain must "shoulder its share of the burden" when it comes to ISIS and adds that the government is concerned about potential attacks in the West.
Europe may have the edge over the U.S. when it comes to golf, but as the Ryders Cup approaches, CNBC takes a look at the similarities between the economy and the course.
Carl Uminski, COO and co-founder of Somo, says social media is "huge" when it comes to sporting events and that advertisers can now reach new customers through social networks.
Iain Armstrong, oil analyst at Brewin Dolphin, discusses the oil market and explains why geopolitical events have had little impact on prices.
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