Neil Campling, partner at Aviate Global, talks about the recent Apple earnings and whether the growth is sustainable.» Read More
Ursula Morgenstern, CEO of Atos UK, says the company has seen more investment from their clients in technology, especially after the U.K.'s economic recovery.
Discussing a possible "Brexit," Suzanne Evans, deputy chairman of UKIP party, says that you don't have to be in a political union with the European Union to trade with it.
Despite a miss for Bankia, Leopoldo Alvear, the company's CFO, says he remains positive, and that things are improving for Spain's economy.
William Hague, the U.K.'s first secretary of state, discusses the country's position within the European Union.
Melanie Baker, U.K. economist at Morgan Stanley, discusses the disappointing U.K. growth figures, which come just days before a general election.
Itai Tsiddon, co-founder of Lightricks, explains why the company's app is performing so well on the iTunes store.
BP's earnings are "pretty good" but there are clear signs of cost control in the industry, says Chris Wheaton, portfolio manager and analyst of oil and gas at Allianz Global Investors.
Philippe Bodereau, MD and global head of financial research at Pimco, says that recent earnings reports show that capital build-up remains a big priority for many European banks.
Alan Knuckman, chief options strategist at Bulls-Eye Options, says he expects Apple to be the biggest market mover this week.
Angelo Zino, equity analyst at S&P Capital IQ, shares his outlook for Apple earnings, but says he expects the tech giant to beat expectations for the second quarter.
Brian Reynolds, chief market strategist at Rosenblatt Securities, says investors have been sitting on their hands for the past six years, leaving markets to be supported by financial engineering.
Nigel Sheinwald, former British ambassador to the U.S. and European Union, says an in-out referendum on European Union membership could have a chilling effect on British investment.
Richard Yorke, head of global occupier research at DTZ, says Houston, Calgary and Aberdeen are set to suffer from the collapse in the oil price.
Anatole Kaletsky, co-founder and chief economist at Gavekal Dragonomics, says it's likely the U.K. will face another election by year-end.
Santosh Rao, head of research at Manhattan Venture Partners, talks about Amazon's earnings results, saying that they are "spending for the future" rather than working on too many products.
Conrad Whelan, engineering manager at Uber, says there are many initiatives that are being tried out, including Spotify, Uber Eats and Uber Pool.
Keith McLoughlin, CEO of Electrolux, talks about Electrolux's performance in Q1, with added comments on GE acquisitions.
Jeff Carbone, founder & senior partner at Cornerstone Financial Partners, says that U.S. earnings has been fairly mixed and overall quite unimpressive.
Ding Yuan of CEIBS talks about the globalization of Chinese companies and how they differs from European giants.
Evernote is an augmented intelligence platform that allows people to write, collect and present, which is crucial for knowledge workers in today's society, says Cristina Riesen, general manager EMEA and Africa at Evernote.
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