Jonathan Krinsky, chief market technician at MKM Partners, discusses the S&P 500's recent winning streak and discusses the outlook for the index.» Read More
As the tube strikes continue for a second day, London's mayor, Boris Johnson tells CNBC that the U.K. capital remains "open for business" and that investors are not scared by these kinds of actions.
Tim Skeet, managing director for financial institutions DCM at RBS, expects the ECB to cut its rates on Thursday and says it is likely to be "creative" to support the region's banking sector.
Artist Dale Chihuly, Artist Dale Chihuly explains the process behind creating his art and explains that while his pieces cost anywhere between $25,000 and $1 million, he only really "lets the glass make itself."
Stephane Deo, global head of asset allocation at UBS, says the ECB is unlikely to take a "big decision" on Thursday and that there are "no signs of broad deflation" in Europe.
Daniel Ives, managing director at FBR Capital Markets, discusses the appointment of Satya Nadella as Microsoft's CEO and highlights how Nadella's "insider" status makes future strategy harder to pin down.
Kevin Adams, director of fixed income at Henderson Global Investors, discusses the U.S. economy with an eye to the all - important January jobs data.
Peter Oppenheimer, European equities strategist at Goldman Sachs, says the correction is "relatively temporary" as, he argues, the trajectory for risky assets such as equities, "is still upwards" this year.
Jan Erik Back, CFO at SEB, comments on the higher than expected results and explains that the group is confident due to its "very sound capital position."
Ross Walker, senior U.K. economist at RBS, says the U.K. has enough short-term momentum to maintain its growth pace over the next year but warns that underlying structural issues remain.
Ashley Heppenstall, CEO at Lundi Petroleum, discusses the group's results and says that production, which dipped in 2013, will double in the next two years as margins fall.
There are no plans for a collaboration between Topshop and Kim Kardashian, says Sir Philip Green, owner of Arcadia, refuting claims that their recent meeting could lead to further joint projects.
Sir Philip Green, owner of Arcadia, discusses international expansion as the group gets ready to open a Topshop flagship store on New York's 5th Avenue.
Johnny Mehta, CIO at Axis Investment Management, advises investing in equities and property over sovereign bonds, which he says, don't have the same "long-term intrinsic value."
Bridget Carey, senior editor at CNET, argues that users' data is "the core" of facebook's money-making business and says the group understands it needs to "evolve to stay relevant."
R.J. Hottovy, global director of consumer equity research and senior restaurant and retail analyst at Morningstar, discusses the outlook for Yum Brands! after the group released better than expected results.
Stewart Richardson, partner at RMG Wealth Management, says that Dennis Gartman's warning that markets could experience an "ugly correction" is "absolutely possible."
Simon Sinek, author of 'Leaders Eat Last', discusses the difference between good management and good leadership, arguing one focuses on short-term goals and the other on long-term objectives.
Dirk Becker, deputy head of German research at Kepler Chevreux, says that the "big news" from UBS's results is that it can return capital a lot faster than expected but highlights the group still needs to improve "much more."
Matthew Beesley, head of global equities at Henderson Global Investors, says it's "hard to tell" when the correction will end as investors continue to focus on challenges in emerging markets.
Neil Atkinson, head of analysis at Lloyd's List Intelligence, discusses Shell and BP after BP posted a drop in fourth quarter profit, and says they remain a "good bet" on a long-term basis.