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
Hisham Ezz El Arab, chairman and managing director at CIB, discusses the Egyptian referendum and economy, which he says, remains strong as it managed to avoid bankruptcy.
Kirsty Wilson, global research editor at MergerMarket, discusses mergers and acquisitions and highlights that big deals are already being announced, which could cause "an overflow" in the early part of the year.
Joshua Miller, senior economist at RICS, says the U.K.'s housing market is gaining momentum due to a lack of stock, rising consumer confidence and falling mortgage rates.
Ephrem Ravi, head of metals and mining sector at Barclays, comments on Rio Tinto's strong production numbers and advises being cautious on the stock due to the group's dependence on iron ore.
As Kate Moss turns 40, Mark Borkowski, founder of Mark Borkowski PR discusses how she has turned her image into a powerful brand.
John Wraith, fixed income strategist at BoAML, expects the forthcoming Spanish bond auction to be successful and discusses falling yields across the euro zone's troubled members.
Apple CEO Tim Cook and China Mobile's chairman Xi Guohua describe their deal as a "key milestone," and say that while their pricing is more expensive than competitors', it still remains "very attractive."
Sheraz Mian, director of research at Zacks and Marty Mosby, banking analyst at Guggenheim Partners, discuss Bank of America ahead of the group's quarterly results.
Tim Harris, CEO of Harris Capital, says that "all is set fair across the developed world" and argues that we'll be back to an "earnings-driven world" soon.
Iveta Radicova, former Slovakian prime minister, says that to adapt and grow, the European Union needs to work on a common vision.
The European Union has lost its way and must adapt to survive, the former Slovakian prime minister told CNBC.
Peter Thal Larsen, Asia editor at Reuters Breakingviews, discusses Hong Kong and government measures to deal with housing shortages.
Indranil Sen Gupta, India chief economist at Bank of America Merrill Lynch, expects the Indian central bank to cut rates in the second half of the year as inflation comes down further.
Didier Saint Georges, member of the investment committee at Carmignac Gestion, explains why in 2014, investors should "not look at emerging markets as a whole."
Carsten Nickel, senior vice president at Teneo Intelligence, says the concerns about the German coalition are "completely overdone" and that the GDP figure is "positive."
Jason Haft, principal consultant at Investran, says that private equity firms need to improve data collection and dissemination to respond to investors' demands.
Gerard Cassidy, lead banking analyst at RBC Capital Markets, says that the "bar is set quite low" for U.S. banks' earnings expectations so it would be surprising to see a "big disappointment."
Jonathan Tepper, partner at Variant Perception, explains that Spain is experiencing an "ugly deleveraging" phase as debt as remains stable but incomes have fallen.
Bobby Lee, CEO at BTC China, explains why Alibaba's decision to ban bitcoin as a form of payment on its website does not affect his company.
Robert Wood, chief UK economist at Berenberg UK, highlights that U.K. inflation numbers are "bang on target" and that the Bank of England should therefore hike its rates within the next six to twelve months.