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Riksbank has cut its key rate to negative levels. Geoffrey Yu, FX strategist at UBS, agrees that Riksbank does have to do more and explains what they need to do.
Norsk Hydro reported its best earnings since restructuring in 2007. Eivind Kallevik, CFO at Norsk Hydro, says the operational improvements within the company have helped its results.
European equities ended lower on Wednesday ahead of the meeting of Eurogroup of finance ministers in Brussels to discuss a solution to Greece's soon-to-end bailout program.
Could Greece look to Russia if its debt negotiations fall through with European leaders? Harris Georgiades, Cyprus' finance minister weighs in.
John Authers, senior investment columnist at the Financial Times, says that European leaders and Greece are locked in a "classic game of chicken," with both sides too entrenched to find a resolution just yet.
Leaders are converging in Belarus to discuss the Ukraine crisis. Martina Bozadzhieva, head of research for EMEA at Frontier Strategy Group, says there's a sense of urgency within Europe to find a solution, however the crisis could drag out for longer.
Harris Georgiades, the Cypriot finance minister, says Cyprus supports anything that will help keep Greece in the euro zone and on the road to economic recovery.
Is Samsung losing its mojo? Alex Wood, editor-in-chief at Tech City News, says Samsung is suffering a fall in sales, as it hasn't managed to keep up with its competitors like Apple; therefore it must diversify.
Pierre Moscovici, European Commissioner for economic and financial affairs, taxation and customs, says that a Grexit is not something the European Union wants to see, but that Greece must respect its debt commitments.
Is Europe in a currency war? Pierre Moscovici, the European Commissioner for economic and financial affairs, taxation and customs, doesn't think so, adding that the European Central Bank did the right thing with quantitative easing, and that global reforms must continue.
European equities closed higher on Tuesday following rumors of a compromise deal on Greek debt.
The International Energy Agency (IEA) has released a warning saying that the oil prices may continue to fall, as crude oil stocks increase. Maria van der Hoeven, executive director at IEA, discusses the findings, saying that the "future market will never be the same" as before.
At the G-20 get-together, Russian Finance Minister Anton Siluanov tells CNBC that Moscow has received no request from Greece for aid as yet.
Michael McCormack, parliamentary secretary to the minister for finance in Australia, discusses the confidence vote for Australia's Prime Minister Tony Abbott.
At the G-20 summit, Joe Oliver, finance minister of Canada, says that quantitative easing is not enough to fix Europe's problems, and a compromise must be struck in the Greek debt negotiations
Discussing the Greek debt negotiations, Theodoros Skylakakis, head of the Greek Drassi Party, says that it is difficult for European leaders and Greece to reach a compromise, but it would be positive if they managed it.
Do Greece's volatile debt negotiations threaten Europe's stability? Guy Foster, group head of research at Brewin Dolphin Wealth Management discusses why it's a top concern for Europe.
European equities dipped lower on Friday after strong U.S. jobs data and the markets digested the outcome of talks between Greece and Germany - the euro zone's largest economy -- over the future of its bailout program.
Angela Merkel and François Hollande are in Russia to discuss a ceasefire. Joseph Dayan, head of markets at BCS Financial Group, weighs in on whether it will successful.
The latest set of U.S. nonfarm payroll data is out. CNBC's Rick Santelli reports.