What's the long-term outlook for London's luxury property market after the Conservative victory? Jeremy McGivern, founder of Mercury Homesearch, explains.» Read More
Stefan Keitel, CIO of Berenberg, explains the factors that are making markets "fragile" right now, especially on the bond and equity side.
Secretary of State John Kerry’s trip to Russia, only his second since taking office, may be one of the most important journeys of his career.
David Sneddon, global head of technical analysis at Credit Suisse, explains what the charts are saying in terms of bonds and the 5-year and 5 year-euro break-evens.
How can we be in a bull trend, if we might lose Greece from the euro zone? David Sneddon, global head of technical analysis at Credit Suisse, says it's all about the ECB's QE.
European equities finished mixed on Monday, pausing after a rally on Friday, and overlooking the news that China has cut interest rates for the third time in six months.
The clock is ticking for Greece, with repayment deadlines due. Yanis Varoufakis, finance minister of Greece, says that he expects the ECB to "do its job."
Reports of a potential merger between Ahold and Delhaize saw shares jump. Patrick Roquas, senior equity analyst at Rabobank, explains why it makes sense for the companies to merge.
Could the application of electronic voting help the UK elections? Lord Malloch-Brown, chairman of Smartmatic, weighs in, whilst discussing the role of the UK polls.
Hank Paulson, former US treasury secretary and author of "Dealing with China", says one of the major problems China has, is it hasn't opened its financial sector up to competition.
Hank Paulson, former US treasury secretary and author of "Dealing with China," explains why China is facing real structural issues when it comes to their economy.
Hank Paulson, former US treasury secretary and author of "Dealing with China", says that he thinks the U.S. got it wrong when it came to the Asia infrastructure bank.
Hank Paulson, former US treasury secretary and author of "Dealing with China", says that Europe is still dealing with a lot of structural issues, but the UK is "one big bright spot."
CNBC's Wilfred Frost discusses the SNP's success in Friday's election with Scottish politician Humza Yousaf.
Nour Al Hammoury, chief market strategist at ADS Securities, gives his thoughts on whether markets are overestimating the U.S. economic recovery.
European shares rallied on Friday after a more decisive-than-expected U.K. election outcome, as investors cheered a U.S. jobs report that showed economic growth but not enough to warrant central bank tightening immediately.
Telecom Italia has released its Q1 results. CEO Marco Patuano talks about the main points.
Marino Valensise, head of the global multi asset group at Barings, explains why he thinks an EU referendum will come a lot sooner than 2017.
The Conservative party has won the majority in the U.K. General Elections, defying all of the polls' predictions. CNBC's Wilfred Frost and Catherine Boyle discusses what's happened and what's coming.
European equities trimmed losses on Thursday and closed flat, rebounding from heavy selling earlier in the session, as weak data from the U.S. helped to curb expectations of a rate rise from the Federal Reserve.
Having posted record net loss in 2014, Andreas Treichl, CEO of Erste Bank, says since then they've "cleaned up" and 2015's Q1 is good. But whether it will continue, is yet to be known.