Alix Stewart, fund manager of fixed income at Schroders, discusses how much the bond markets have priced in Greece's situation.» Read More
Against the backdrop of ruble depreciation and oil price decline, analysts are wondering what Russia’s “superhero” president will do next.
Deciphering between harmful and non-harmful play can be distinguished, yet there are overlapping behaviours between the two gambling groups says Marc Etches, chief executive at Responsible Gambling Trust.
The key element when it comes to crude oil prices is how "sustained" the price fall is. After that, straight decisions on cutting output can start says Miswin Mahesh, oil analyst at Barclays.
Reducing a gambling machine's money stakes could reduce the risk of problem gamblers says Matt Zarb-Cousin, spokesperson for Campaign for Fairer Gambling.
After the disappointing PMI results for Europe, Antonin Jullier, global head of equity trading strategy at Citi discusses his views on how various countries need to restructure and how QE is needed for Europe.
European shares closed lower on Monday with the falling price of major commodities weighing heavily on the mining and energy sectors.
The Hungarian government would be ready to purchase any foreign banks that were ready to leave the country, says Gabor Orban, Hungary's tax and financial affairs minister.
Full-blown quantitative easing may not be the answer to all of the euro zone's problems, but it's the "speed" which makes it a great tool for the European Central Bank, says Antonin Jullier, global head of equity trading strategy at Citi.
Tony Hicks, chief international officer at LeapFrog, says toy sales escalate in November and December.
If Switzerland votes "yes" in the Swiss gold referendum, this could compromise the central bank's credibility and its ability to maintain its currency cap, says Nitesh Shah, gold analyst at ETF Securities.
European shares closed flat to lower on Friday, with oil majors falling sharply after OPEC (the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries) decided not to cut its production of the commodity.
U.K. Prime Minister David Cameron's speech on EU immigration was "carefully balanced", says Stephen Booth, research director at Open Europe.
U.K. Prime Minister David Cameron's speech on EU immigration was a "political speech" to shut down the threat of immigration dominating the upcoming general election, says Ben Southwood, head of policy at the Adam Smith Institute.
French Economy Minister Emmanuel Macron has placed the blame for the sustained weakness in his country's economy with previous administrations.
For Black Friday, you should be strategic and set up alerts for your favourite retailers, says Shannon Edwards, CEO of Styloko.
European shares closed higher on Thursday with investors reacting to fresh data from the euro zone, but oil and gas stocks saw heavy selling after the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) decided to leave output unchanged.
The ECB is directing its monetary policy to use new channels, ensuring that price stability in the euro area as a whole says European Central Bank's vice president, Vitor Constancio.
OPEC's first female president, Diezani Alison-Madueke, says that non-OPEC members need to "share the burden" of falling oil prices.
After OPEC's decision to hold oil production, Bill Farren-Price, CEO of Petroleum Policy Intelligence, says that the organization will inevitably hold another meeting if prices continue to decrease.
Lionsgate UK CEO Zygi Kamasa finances around 15 to 16 films annually, including both blockbuster hits and independent films.