Ahead of the OPEC meeting, Jamie Webster, senior director of Global Oil Markets at IHS Energy says he thinks there won¿t be a cut, whilst shale oil poses extra challenges for the OPEC meeting.» Read More
Have we missed the rally to jump into Asian markets? Maya Bhandari, director of multi asset allocation at Threadneedle Asset Management discusses further.
When considering the oil markets and its falling oil prices, banks must be considered as a risky area for 2015 says Steen Jakobsen, chief economist at Saxo Bank.
London restaurants are welcoming U.S. tradition this Thanksgiving. Jonny Ensall, deputy editor of Time Out London suggests places to dine in London this Thanksgiving.
Monitise connects banks with mobile operators and technology companies, so people can use their phones for bank details and purchasing goods globally, says Alastair Lukies, Co-CEO of Monitise.
Central bank policies are a hot topic globally. Hans Goetti, head of Investment Asia at Banque Internationale à Luxembourg talks about the current state of China and Japan's economies.
Ahead of the OPEC meeting, CNBC's Steve Sedgwick receives a muted response from Saudi Arabia's oil minister, Ali Al-Naimi.
Investment opportunities could be better elsewhere. Ana Cukic Armstrong, CEO of Armstrong Investment Managers says the recent change in Japan's GPIF policy could have a huge influence on the market.
Housing is the 'linchpin' of the U.S. economy. Where there is the strongest job growth - like Texas - there will be the strongest housing market says Nishu Sood, homebuilder analyst at Deutsche Bank.
Ahead of the OPEC meeting, Angola's Minister of Petroleum, José Maria Botelho de Vasconcelos says he is confident they will achieve some agreement in oil cuts.
Under the quantitative easing scenario, there will still be room to unlock equity risk premiums says Peter Oppenheimer, chief global equities strategist at Goldman Sachs.
American pharmaceutical giant has been pursuing AstraZeneca for some time, however CNBC's Catherine Boyle says it looks like the deal has "definitely receded".
Global sovereign ratings are set to stabilize next year, but there are 4 "downside risks" with "Fed normalization" having the most immediate impact says Moody's Alastair Wilson.
The European Central Bank introducing quantitative easing into the EU economy is like "morphine", giving the euro zone temporary relief but not fixing the underlying problem, says Michael O'Sullivan, CIO, UK & EMEA at Credit Suisse Private Bank.
Ahead of OPEC meeting, Iranian Oil minister, Bijan Zangeneh says the country doesn't need "permission" from anyone outside Iran to increase production.
OPEC will have to cut oil supply to support markets by up to 1 million and 1.5 million barrels per day says Harry Tchilinguirian, head of Commodity Markets Strategy at BNP Paribas.
Carter Worth, chief market technician at Sterne Agee, says it's been a year for consolidation with "no real net-gains for most equities" - instead, bonds have been the "winner" this year.
John Stoltzfus, managing director and chief market strategist at Oppenheimer, says the best time to have invested in India this year was before the elections, and that now India's market could be "due for a rest".
Dana Telsey, CEO and chief research officer at Telsey Advisory Group, talks about what to expect from Tiffany & Co's third-quarter earnings, and says there will be "strong increases" in the luxury goods sector during holiday season.
George Bory, head of credit strategy at Wells Fargo Securities, talks about Alibaba and other Chinese companies' interest in the U.S. bond market.
Jim Lineweaver, founder and CEO of Lineweaver Financial Group says whilst the drop in oil prices should benefit consumers and retail, we should be "cautiously optimistic" on the U.S markets.
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Wilfred Frost is anchor of Worldwide Exchange, joining CNBC in 2014.
Seema Mody is a CNBC reporter and host of the "Trading the Twicker" segment on "Fast Money."