Michael W. Gurka, founder and president of BruinHill Partners, says that Greece's election results won't have too much of an effect on U.S. markets, yet lower prices in everything will dominate markets worldwide.» Read More
The stock market is not "over bought" in the long run and despite a recent dip it is poised to enter a period of high and sustained multiples, says Michael Purves, chief global strategist at Weeden & Co.
Tony Shiret, retail analyst at Espirito Santo, says Marks & Spencer's clothing range needs to "find its place" in the market.
Jeroen Dijsselbloem, president of the Eurogroup, says Italy's competitiveness has to improve in order for its economy to pick up.
Michael Gurkam founder of BruinHill Partners LLC, says equities will be "full steam ahead" after the U.S. Federal Reserve minutes are published.
Daragh McDowell, senior Russia analyst at Maplecroft, says pro-separatist fighters in Ukraine may lay down their arms if they realize their campaign is hopeless.
Chris Yates, principal at Yates Consulting, says U.S. airport security will be "stepped up" over time in response to evidence that al Qaeda is creating weapons to evade airport checks.
Dan Greenhaus, chief global strategist at BTIG, says the U.S. Federal Reserve is at risk of tightening its monetary policy too early.
Ry Morgan, co-founder and CEO of PleaseCycle, discusses how his app allows workers to track their cycle to work and compete against their colleagues.
Michael O'Sullivan, U.K. and EMEA CIO at Credit Suisse Private Bank, says buying short-term U.S. bonds could be a good way of playing the improving macroeconomic environment.
Robert Simoncic, CEO of Slovak Investment and Trade Development Agency, said joining the European Union and adopting the euro attracted investment into Slovakia.
Simon Ballard, head of credit strategy at National Australia Bank, says credit spreads are hitting new highs.
Large cap companies will allow investors to gain the benefit from any upturn in emerging markets and protection from a faster than expected rise in interest rates, said Nick Hungerford, CEO of Nutmeg.
Polo is very much self-funded with very little actual corporate funding, according to Nicholas Colquhoun-Denvers, deputy president of the Federation of International Polo, and Omar Mangalji, player at the Ham Polo Club.
A lack of broadband means that in China the principle device for most consumers is a mobile phone, said Alastair Simpson, CEO of Yummi Media.
The ECB have did a good job in preparing markets for its announcements, making its actual announcement a non-event, said Antonin Jullier, global head of equity trading strategy at Citi.
With only one in five horse going on to win races, horses are a risky investment, said James Ramsden, co-founder of Chelsea Thoroughbreds.
Funding Circle and other alternative finance companies have differing criteria when lending, said Samir Desai, CEO of Funding Circle.
Takehiko Nakao, president of Asian Development Bank, says geopolitical tensions rather than economic policy are the biggest risk to Asian countries.
Tim Harris, CEO of Harris Capital Associates, says the bears are being "converted" to bulls which is helping to push U.S. stock markets higher.
Chris Gadd, grains analyst at Macquarie Group, says the effects of El Niño could help boost corn production in the U.S.
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