European equities closed mostly lower on Thursday, as investors awaited a high-profile referendum in Greece over the weekend.» Read More
Ahead of the UK elections, Bill O'Neill, head of the UK investment office at UBS Wealth Management, talks about which UK political party would be better for business, especially with the heated discussion on an EU referendum.
Saudi Arabia is gearing up to open its stock market to foreign investors. CNBC's Hadley Gamble discusses.
Peter David Frank, global head of G-10 and Asia FX strategy at BBVA, talks about the Australian dollar and the euro/dollar rate.
European equities closed sharply lower, following U.S. stocks down as investors kept an eye on the ongoing Greece bailout drama and digested earnings from banking giants HSBC and UBS.
Joseph Dayan, head of markets at BCS Financial, talks about the trend in the Russian ruble, which has been hit by oil prices.
The European Commission has slashed its growth forecast for Greece's economy. Bill Norman, senior analyst at Amplify Trading, says today's development is "quite disturbing" from a market investor perspective.
James Cuthbertson, global sales director at Pulsar & FACE, talks about what happens on social media platforms when it comes to events like the Pacquiao vs. Mayweather boxing fight last weekend.
European equities closed higher Monday, although the U.K. stock exchange was closed for a public holiday.
John Authers, senior investment commentator at the Financial Times newspaper, says that any alternative to a hung parliament in the U.K. would be "remarkable."
What will really matter to Britons when they vote on Thursday? John Authers, senior investment commentator at the Financial Times newspaper, says it's the economy.
Ahead of the much-hyped Mayweather-Pacquiao fight; Alex Donohue, spokesman for Ladbrokes, offers the odds.
Alex Wood, editor-in-chief at The Memo, explains his enthusiasm about Apple and its new device: The Apple Watch. He also comments on Twitter earnings.
U.K. equities closed higher on Friday, with the majority of European markets and many international markets, closed for the Labour Day holiday.
As the Milan Expo kicks off today, protests have occurred in Milan, with individuals smashing windows and setting buildings alight. CNBC's Louisa Bojesen reports.
Gary McGann, CEO of Smurfit Kappa, talks about its recent earnings for the first quarter and changes within the company's structure.
Erik Nielsen, global chief economist at UniCredit, explains why he doesn't think the world growth forecast is as bad as projected, and why he's "frustrated" with the IMF's conclusions.
The earnings season for pharmaceutical has gone well so far, with the markets being happy with European pharma results, says Suki Virji, news editor at Scrip Intelligence.
European equities fluctuated between gains and losses on Thursday, before closing mostly higher as investors reacted to more earnings news as well as the U.S. Federal Reserve's latest interest rate decision.
Oil giants are reporting their earnings this week. Abhishek Deshpande, lead oil market analyst at Natixis, discusses Shell's numbers.
Central Bank of Russia has cut its rates to 12.5 percent from 14 percent. Geoffrey Yu, FX strategist at UBS, gives his reaction.