Michael W. Gurka, Founder and president at BruinHill Partners, explains that he is rather bullish on U.S. equities and discusses the dollar.» Read More
Tesco's stock price fell to its lowest level since 2003 after the group announced it had launched an investigation into a misstated profit, CNBC's Catherine Boyle reports.
Ebrahim Rahbari, director of European and global economics at Citi Research, discusses the "fundamental differences in opinion" between Germany and France when it comes to fiscal policy.
Labour's pledge to raise the minimum wage will not lead to job losses as the timeframe will allow businesses to adapt, says Chuka Umunna, U.K. shadow secretary of state for business, innovation and skills.
Chuka Umunna, U.K. shadow secretary of state for business, innovation and skills, discusses devolution and says the U.K. should devolve powers for regions to grow better.
Todd Horwitz, author and founder of Averagejoeoptions.com, says the U.S. equity market is "very close to a top" and could start to see some selling pressure.
Donald Luskin, CIO at Trend Macro, says the Fed's latest statement implies the bank "will be easy forever" and that the Alibaba IPO suggests that it might be time for correction.
Anne Richards, CIO at Aberdeen Asset Management, says markets will quickly move on from Scotland and that there is "a compelling argument" for the BoE not to raise rates yet.
David Cui, head of China equity strategy at BofA Merrill Lynch, says the Chinese government is "trying to buy time" with stimulus measures and needs to address "long-delayed structural issues".
The Scottish referendum was a "vote for change" says Ed Miliband, Labour Party leader, adding that devolution is not just a good idea for Scotland but also for England, Wales and Northern Ireland.
Simon Maughan, head of research at OTAS Technologies, comments on the U.K. banking sector following the Scottish referendum. He discusses whether Scottish banks are a good bet.
Wendy Huang, head of China technology and internet research at Standard Chartered Bank, discusses Alibaba's upcoming IPO and the headwinds facing the company going forward.
David Owen, chief European economist at Jefferies International, discusses the market's "fairly muted" reaction to Scotland's No vote and says that the U.K. "political dynamic" is quickly changing.
Marijn Dekkers,CEO of Bayer, says now is a "good time" to float the company's plastics business and prefers the IPO route.
Dan Greenhaus, chief global strategist at BTIG, says that the Fed should remove the "considerable time" language in October and guide markets towards a rate hike next year.
Tina Fordham, senior political analyst at Citi, says the fight against ISIS has resulted in a "frenemies phenomenon" in the Middle East and discusses the U.S. strategy.
Peter Garnry, equity strategist at Saxo Bank, says Alibaba's growth potential is "just enormous" and that investors should close their position in Yahoo and move into Alibaba.
Andrew Wilson, EMEA CEO at Goldman Sachs Asset Management International, comments on the Fed's latest meeting and on the reaction in the currencies and bonds markets.
Scott Schneeberger, senior analyst at Oppenheimer & Co., discusses Fedex's strategy after the group announced it is hiking its shipping prices and says it is well positioned to capitalize on e-commerce.
The Scottish referendum campaigns have been "divisive" says Scottish comedian, Danny Bhoy, but they have got people interested in politics. However, he highlights, it has "not been particularly good for jokes".
Simon Quijan-Evans, head of emerging markets research at Commerzbank, says emerging markets would react "quite strongly" to a change of language from the Fed.
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