Scott Shellady, CEO of TJM Investments, discusses the U.S. market and says that 10-year Treasurys show that "the man on the street" is not feeling the rally.» Read More
David Marshall, senior analyst at CreditSights, explains why Japanese banks' strong results are not sustainable and expects margin squeeze in the short term and continued weak loan growth.
Christian Schulz, senior economist at Berenberg, says that while the European recovery is weaker than expected, it¿s still on track.
CNBC's Helia Ebrahimi questions the Bank of England's governor, Mark Carney on mortgage approvals and the weight of the U.K.'s housing market on the economy.
Mark Carney, governor at the Bank of England, states that the Bank now expects the inflation target to be reached a year earlier than previously forecast and for the unemployment rate threshold to be hit by the end of 2015.
Gareth McCartney, head of EMEA equity syndicate at UBS, describes 2013 as a "great year" for IPOs and explains that a "broadening" of sectors and strong appetite should make 2014 equally strong.
Jean-Guy Carrier, secretary general at the International Chamber of Commerce, explains that both global confidence in the recovery and uncertainty over political leadership are growing.
Karen Ward, senior global economist at HSBC, expects U.S. Congressional negotiations to "go to the wire every three months" over and over again due to their fundamentally different approach to economics.
Ben Whitaker, CEO of Masabi, explains how the company's mobile ticketing services for public transport, operational in Boston and San Diego, can slash congestion and the need for more infrastructure.
Ricky Lai, research analyst at Guotai Junan International Holdings, comments on Tencent Holdings' worse-than-expected results and the group's mobile strategy.
Pierre Gattaz, head of the French employers' body MEDEF, urges the French government to take the "right and strong reforms" to restore competitiveness and attract young people in unpopular industries.
Arrigo Berni, CEO of Moleskine, comments on the group's latest earnings, its focus on new consumer channels such as e-commerce and the how it's well-positioned for the Chinese middle-class expansion.
Paul Sheard, chief global economist at S&P, says the Plenum in China is unlikely to deliver much in the short-term and discusses the Japanese economy ahead of Thursday's GDP release.
Sergio Ermotti, CEO of UBS, comments on the bank's performance and how it's "extremely happy" with the way it's progressing - especially when it comes to its balance sheet and costs.
Sergio Ermotti, CEO of UBS, talks about the headwinds for the global economy and urges European policymakers to address structural reforms, as the ECB can¿t "fix all the problems".
Carter Worth, chief market technician at Oppenheimer Asset Management, says that while earnings are expected to be good, U.S. housebuilders' stocks are "way ahead of themselves".
Joaquin Almunia, European Commission's vice president and competition commissioner, comments on the EU's investigation on Google and says the group's latest proposals are being tested.
Joaquin Almunia, European Commission's vice president, says the EU will "take stock" and analyse why Germany's current account surplus is so elevated.
Martin Fridson, CEO of FridsonVision, says the speculative-grade market has grown very large and that when the default tidal wave hits, it will be very big.
Michael Abraham, co-head financial sponsors at UBS, says the private equity market is "very active" and benefitting from the "buoyant IPO market".
Richard Fu, director of Asian commodities trading at Newedge, comments on the Chinese Plenum and says the government is "determined" to grow the economy on "solid and sustainable" foundations.
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