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Ross Westgate takes you through the European market close where stocks have closed flat.
Ronnie Chopra, head of strategy at Tradenext, tells CNBC that investors should be careful as the market gets carried away on a wave of positive news from the U.S. and ignores potentially dangerous European problems.
Peter Attard Montalto, emerging market economist at Nomura International, tells CNBC that Slovenia's fiscal situation is quite different to Cyprus, despite the fact it may too be forced to ask for a bailout.
Takis Phidias, acting CEO of Laiki Bank, tells CNBC that the proposed Cypriot resolution will hand 'tremendous powers' to the national bank in an attempt to deal with the country's huge financial problems.
Simon Derrick, chief currency strategist at BNY Mellon, tells CNBC that the market's steady response to Cyprus is reminiscent of its movement as the first Greek crisis loomed large in 2010.
Richard Perry, chief market strategist at Central Markets, gives CNBC a technical look at sterling's recent strength, as well as the FTSE's five day decline.
Riccardo Monti, president of Italian Trade Promotion Agency, tells CNBC that as Italians traditionally do best in the most difficult situation, he expects Italy to form a government in the near future.
Simon Hayes, chief UK economist at Barclays, tells CNBC that the level of UK debt is far too high, and is set to rise still further after Wednesday's budget.
Jyrki Tervonen, CFO at H&M, tells CNBC why the company's results are reasonable given the current macroeconomic climate.
Sam Poser, senior research analyst, Sterne Agee, says Nike's change from a pull model to a push model could indicate trouble and says the brand needs to take control of its margins and its Chinese offerings.
Ana Armstrong, CEO of Armstrong Investment Managers LLP and David Kelly, chief global strategist at JP Morgan Funds, tell CNBC why the markets are steady despite the crisis surrounding Cyprus.
Nigel Gault, group MD, North American macroeconomics at IHS Global Insight, tells CNBC that optimism in the U.S. economy is justified.
Eric Schmidt, executive chairman of Google, says his biggest regret was that he was too late to the social media revolution.
Andrew Balls, head of European portfolio management at PIMCO, tells CNBC why the market is interpreting Cyprus as a containable issue, and isn't alarmed about any possible repercussions for other euro zone countries.
European Market closes higher on the hope of a deal between Cyprus and Russia.
Ruth Lea, economic advisor at Arbuthnot Banking Group says fiscal stimulus proposed in the U.K. budget is too small.
Lord Digby Jones, UK business ambassador, tells CNBC that the removal of a 'tax on jobs' in the budget will benefit 400,000 small business in the UK enormously.
Alan Clarke, UK and euro zone economist, Scotiabank, tells CNBC that the Cyprus situation is very much a domestic issue and given Cyprus's small economy, it won't put southern euro zone countries under stress.
Pierre Moscovici, French finance minister, tells CNBC that they are trying to find the fairest solution in Cyprus but would welcome any alternative proposal which would protect small depositors.
George Buckley, chief U.K. economist at Deutsche Bank, and Ann Cairns, president, international markets at Mastercard give their thoughts on the coming U.K. budget with George Buckley expecting the Government to stick to its current plan, and Ann Cairns saying the focus should be turned towards helping SMEs.