Ruth Lea, economic advisor at Arbuthnot Banking Group, says the U.K. economy is "not out of the woods yet" as the country still has a large budget deficit.» Read More
Dick Bove, vice president of equity research at Rafferty Capital, explains why cost control is the thing to look for in the forthcoming Citigroup quarterly results.
Kathleen Peddicord, author of How to Buy Real Estate Overseas, tells CNBC that the U.S. housing market still has a lot of risks and investors should diversify their portfolio and buy overseas properties.
Kathryn Rooney Vera, director of macroeconomic research at Bulltick Capital Markets, tells CNBC that the opposition's good result in the Venezuelan election opens the door for real economic changes in the country.
Holger Schmieding, chief economist at Berenberg Bank, questions whether a banking union is necessary as the euro zone is slowly "moving in the right direction".
Gerhard Schwarz, head of equity strategy at Baader Bank, talks about how the German election will impact domestic stocks and how a SPD-led government might scare foreign investors.
Jing Ulrich, managing director and chairman of global markets, China at JP Morgan, tells CNBC that China's first quarter growth is disappointing.
Todd Horwitz, chief strategist at the Adam Mesh Trading Group, says the market is in a "blow-off phase" and that a correction would only happen following a "fundamental news bomb" that cannot be expected.
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Shayndi Raice, banking reporter for the Wall Street Journal and Gerard Cassidy, lead banking analyst at RBC Capital Markets, discuss the U.S. banking sector ahead of JP Morgan and Wells Fargo quarterly results.
Peter Spiegel, Brussels bureau chief for the Financial Times, discusses what is on the agenda at the Eurogroup meeting taking place in Dublin.
Daniel Morris, global strategist at JP Morgan Asset Management, tells CNBC that the equity rally is driven by supportive fundamentals as subdued earnings growth expectations are already priced in.
Tom Kendall, head of precious metals research at Credit Suisse, tells CNBC that gold prices are expected to lower this year as the "investment appetite" for gold is diminishing.
Harris Georgiades, Cypriot finance minister, tells reporters in Dublin, that Cyprus will make the existing bailout deal work and doesn't need additional funding.
PK Basu, MD and head of Asia research and economics at Maybank Kim Eng, tells CNBC that the Reserve Bank of India will cut its interest rate at some point this year but only if inflation eases up.
Jeroen Dijsselbloem, Eurogroup president, tells CNBC that Cyprus is going to go through a very tough time and the growth strategy is up to the Cypriot government.
Francesco Filia, CEO and CIO of Fasanara Capital, explains how the crisis in Cyprus has impacted his medium to long-term strategy and created a genuine case for a euro zone break-up.
How do you make money in these markets? Here is what some of the experts on CNBC have been telling us this morning
Nigel Seeley, media manager at Bet Butler, explains why Tiger Woods is the bookies' favorite and the man to beat at the U.S. Golf Masters.
A look at what's driving the surge in tech stocks, with CNBC's Seema Mody.
Clarence Tsui, Asia bureau chief for The Hollywood Reporter, talks to CNBC about Chinese censorship of foreign films and says film cancellations are "arbitrary."