David Crowe, chief economist at the National Association of Home Builders, says Tuesday's U.S. housing data should confirm the recovery in the market but highlights the difficulties for first-time buyers.» Read More
Michael Klibaner, regional director and head of research for Greater China at JLL, comments on the Chinese residential real estate market and says developers need to start building for lower income workers.
John Wilson, private client adviser at RBS Morgans, discusses BHP Billiton's results and demerger plans and says shareholders expected a share buyback program to be announced.
Stewart Richardson, partner at RMG Wealth Management, says Europe is the worst area to be invested in out of the developed economies.
Ben Lichtenstein, president at TradersAudio.com, discusses the week ahead for U.S. markets and says the focus should be on the dollar and Treasurys.
Ben Collett, head of Japan and Asian equities at Sunrise Brokers, discusses Japan's economy and outlines which sectors and stocks he likes best in the country.
Henry Dixon, manager at GLG, says there appears to be a "record level of indecision" amongst investors and that the U.K. equity market is slightly overvalued.
Michael Gurka, founder and president of BruinHill Partners, says now is not a bad time to "get aggressive in commodity land".
Ian Simm, CEO of Impax Group, discusses how to invest in green stocks, and says renewables are interesting as energy security is a very important theme at the moment.
Camilla Sutton, managing director and chief foreign exchange strategist at Scotiabank, says that investors should take a closer look at the euro, as it is "trying to stabilize".
Oliver and Amelia were the most popular baby names in the U.K. in 2013 and George made a comeback to the top 10 - guess why? Elizabeth McLaren, senior statistician at the Office for National Statistics, discusses.
Michael Georgy, a bureau chief at Reuters, discusses Iraq's new prime minister, Haider al-Ibadi, and says that he may not have any more luck than his predecessor on the security front.
Peter Hutton, energy analyst at RBC, says Thursday's move in the oil price was "quite significant" and that future prices are now more expensive than present-day prices.
Luca Jellinek, head of European rates strategy at Crédit Agricole, says that the 10-year German Bund yield could go lower, and advises where to invest in the European debt market.
Michael Widmer, metals strategist at BofA Merrill Lynch Global Research, discusses London's new silver pricing mechanism and the outlook for metals - particularly gold.
Neil Shearing, chief emerging markets economist at Capital Economics, says that the markets are struggling to interpret the situation in Ukraine and advises avoiding investing in Russia.
Ken Perkins, president at Retail Metrics, comments on Wal-Mart ahead of earnings and says it is likely to report a sixth consecutive quarter of negative same store sales growth.
Ross Healy, chairman at Strategic Analysis Corporation, comments on Cisco's results and says the group has indicated that "some turns" are coming in key areas.
Sim Tshabalala, CEO of Standard Bank, discusses the outlook for South Africa and the outcome of the U.S.-Africa Leaders Summit which saw some "really big and important announcements".
Peter Oppenheimer, chief global equities strategist at Goldman Sachs, outlines which sectors he favors and why he remains bullish on the Dax.
Juan Sartori, founder and president at Union Group, comments on the Brazilian economy and on the "few big events" in Latin America that investors should keep an eye on.