Bob Iaccino, chief market strategist at Tethys Partners, discusses the U.S. markets and says that earnings this week are likely to disappoint.» Read More
John Lipsky, former first deputy managing director of the IMF, says that the global economy is moving towards faster growth.
Nick Nelson, global head of equity strategy, UBS, says that there is a lot of value in European equities.
Tony Fratto, managing director at Hamilton Place Strategies, says the market will run into some trouble because of the debt ceiling as "the formula to the solution is getting tougher and tougher".
Anthimos Thomopoulos, CEO at Piraeus Bank, says the situation in Greece remains "ugly" and discusses the improvements made in the Greek banking sector since the beginning of the crisis.
Fredrik Nerbrand, head of global asset allocation at HSBC, says the U.S. debt ceiling is a concern for markets as there isn't "any kind of debate at the moment" but that it's actually dollar-positive.
Kiranjeet Kaur, senior market analyst at IDC, explains why both the Samsung smartwatch and the new curved-screen smartphone are unlikely to be game-changers.
Philippe Waechter, head of economic research at Natixis Asset Management, talks about the French 2014 budget in which the fiscal pressure on households will increase, while allowing companies to invest.
Jon Bergtheil, metals and mining analyst at Citi, explains that he remains underweight on most gold stocks because there is "still scope for more selling", particularly in 2014.
Silvio Peruzzo, European economist at Nomura, says "official involvement" is the way forward for Greece, which needs to sort issues relating to its funding and debt gap.
Ryan Pamplin, co-founder of BrandAds, talks about advertising across social media, but says the future of the sector lies in targeting and optimizing video advertising.
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Eric Green, senior portfolio manager at Penn Capital Management, tells CNBC that there are a lot of opportunities in small caps and estimates a "20 percent upside" over the coming year.
James Gellert, CEO at Rapid Ratings, talks about the Blackberry/Fairfax Financial deal and says that while it could be a "saving grace" for the Canadian group, there are many challenges ahead.
Elizabeth Ferris, senior fellow in foreign policy at The Brookings Institution, discusses the U.S./Syria talks to remove chemical weapons from Syria, and humanitarian support needed in neighboring countries.
Marcus Ashworth, head of fixed income at Espirito Santo Investment Bank, comments on fixed income and says the Fed didn't taper because it lacks confidence in politics as the debt crisis could go "wonky".
Nick Anthony, COO at S4Si, discusses the situation in Kenya where the terrorist group Al-Shabaad is enacting a "campaign of terror" and advises investors against pulling out from Kenya.
Armin Laschet, deputy leader of the CDU, explains that he is "not optimistic" and "sceptical" about the idea of a coalition with the Green Party but says that they will still hold talks with them.
Gerhard Schick, finance spokesperson at the German Green Party, explains that there is no "base for a coalition" with Merkel's CDU and discusses what the election loss means for the party and its future.
Elga Bartsch, chief European economist at Morgan Stanley, says the economy and the "good sentiment" helped Merkel secure another term and comments on electricity policy in Germany.
Steve Allan, M&A practice leader at Towers Watson, highlights that M&A deals have declined globally except in the U.S. where acquirers have gone on to outperform.