Nicholas Watson, Latin America analyst at Teneo Intelligence, says an Argentine default is the most likely scenario, but that and eleventh-hour deal could still be reached.» Read More
Christian Schulz, senior economist at Berenberg Bank, says that while the latest German ZEW data shows some "jitters for the future", the country is well on track for a good year of growth.
Adam Posen, president at the Peterson institute for International Economics reacts to the Bank of England's announcement that it had named Nemat Shafik and Ben Broadbent as Deputy Governors.
Daniel Morris, global investment strategist at TIAA-CREF Asset Management, says volatility in the Chinese market will continue as it's difficult to get a "firm view of what the outlook is."
Adam Posen, president at the Peterson institute for International Economics, says that the ECB is scared of "politicians and Germans" and that it's failing to understand how serious low inflation could be for the euro zone.
Steven Saywell, global head of foreign exchange strategy at BNP Paribas, discusses currencies and says that a lot of pessimism has been taken out of the currency market following the Crimean referendum.
The French government has taken measures to curb pollution in the Paris region including restricting the number of cars in use, CNBC's Stephane Pedrazzi reports from Paris.
Amid news Jimmy Choo is considering a London listing, CNBC's Helia Ebrahimi takes a look at the recent and upcoming U.K. IPOs.
Conall MacCoille, chief economist at Davy Stockbrokers, says Ireland is currently in a "pretty strange kind of recession" as, despite the poor GDP data, underlying conditions are "much more positive."
With the Soccer World Cup only 90 days away, Richard Brinkman, analyst at Kantar Media discusses who will win the sponsorship race.
Christopher Nicholson, director at ORACA Independent Equity Research, says Vodafone¿s deal to buy Spain's Ono is good strategically and explains why Vivendi should sell the SFR business to Numericable.
The EU is to discuss possible sanctions against Russian officials, who are behind the country's "illegal" decisions and actions in Ukraine says Linas Linkevicius, Lithuanian foreign minister.
Lilit Gevorgyan, CIS analyst at IHS Global Insight, discusses Russia following the Crimean referendum to join the country and how increased tensions between Russia and the West could impact investments.
Scott Shellady, senior vice president at Trean, says this week will be all about U.S. data and which will have the potential to "erase last week's losses."
John Garvey, U.S. banking and capital markets leader at PwC, says that retail banks should innovate to adapt from a branch-based model to mobile banking.
Tina Fordham, senior global political analyst at Citi, highlights Russia currently has "no legal mechanism" in place to absorb Crimea and that the status the region would have remains undetermined.
Samuel Cox, founder of BitTag, discusses his product which acts as a digital price tag.
Samuel Greene, founding director of King's Russia Institute at King's College London, says that even if Crimea votes to join Russia, the ultimate decision will be made in Moscow where the government will need to weigh the pros and cons of annexation.
Jimmy Wales, founder of Wikipedia, says the revelations of spying by the U.S. National Security Agency is a "huge scandal" and the government is "out of control".
Michael Purves, chief global strategist at Weeden & Co, says equities will rally in the "broader term" despite the dip in stocks at the start of the year.
Jens Weidmann, president of the Deutsche Bundesbank, says that the market seems to be "anticipating" the euro zone's progress but warns geopolitical risks could still threaten markets.