Andrew Wilson, CEO of Goldman Sachs Asset Management International, says that "calm" has returned to asset markets and adds that central bank policy will continue to be easy.» Read More
Katie Koch, head of global portfolio solutions at Goldman Sachs Asset Management, says she expects the European Central Bank to carry out full blown quantitative easing.
Alexei Kudrin, former finance minister of Russia, says the country's central bank "will not participate" in currency interventions.
Alexei Kudrin, former finance minister of Russia, says the country's economy will face a "challenge" if the oil price hits $80 per barrel or below.
Christopher Granville, managing director at Trusted Sources, discusses the reform needed in the European Union energy market to make it more competitive.
Stephen Springham, senior retail analyst at Planet Retail, says new Tesco CEO Dave Lewis has a "massive task ahead of him" to turn around the struggling U.K. supermarket.
Philip Shaw, chief economist at Investec, says the weak economic data coming out of Germany has "overstated" the weakness in the euro zone's largest economy.
Matthew Roden, executive director of biotechnology equity research at UBS argued biotech stock valuations are still attractively valued even after their run higher.
Atul Lele, CIO of Deltec International Group says he is more worried about short term market rates rather than the Federal funds rate.
Valentin Marinov, director of FX strategy at Citi, says investors should still be long sterling against the euro.
Kristina Church, analyst at Barclays, says Peugeot will lose market share globally with a weak European macroeconomic situation weighing on the automaker.
Jeff Kilburg, founder and CEO of KKM Financial, says it will be "political suicide" if the Federal Reserve reignites quantitative easing.
Lawrence Lundy, ICT consultant at Frost and Sullivan, says iPad sales are falling because they are getting "squeezed" between Apple's Macs and the larger screen iPhone 6 Plus.
Catherine Wood, founder and CEO of ARK Investments, says "high octane" technology companies like Tesla and Netflix are gaining market share in their sectors and are attractive stocks to buy.
David Scranton, CEO and founder of Scranton Financial Group and Advisor's Academy, says institutional investors are "nervous" in the current volatile market environment.
Steve Mader, retail insights director at Kantar Retail, says Asos is not the right company for Amazon to consider acquiring as the U.S. e-commerce giant has expertise in that area already.
Peter Thal Larsen, Asia editor at Reuters Breakingviews, says it is "hard to see" how talks between students and officials in Hong Kong will resolve the protests.
Tom Elliott, international investment strategist at DeVere Group, says stock markets will recover and he is still overweight equities.
Adam Tanner, fellow at the Institute for Quantitative Social Science at Harvard University, discusses how casinos in Las Vegas collect data and what they use it for.
Jeffrey Saut, chief investment strategist at Raymond James, says despite the recent market wobbles, we're in an 8 to 10 year "secular bull market".
Eric Sugandi, Indonesia economist at Standard Chartered Bank, says President Jokowi's first priority is to "reform budgets" and "hike the fuel budgets".
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