Michael Gallagher, director of research at IDEAglobal, says the yield on the U.S. treasury could hit 3 percent when the Federal Reserve begins tapering.» Read More
Michael Fertik, CEO of Reputation.com, talks to CNBC about the launch of his Silicon Valley based company, which protects reputation and privacy on the internet, in the UK and why he is very bullish on Britain.
Frans van Houten, CEO of Philips, tells CNBC about a deal announced with Funai which will reposition the Philips portfolio away from consumer electronics to be a company positioned in health and wellbeing.
The return of risk appetite has boosted European stock markets, as more investors have rotated out of safe-haven bonds, and new research shows sentiment towards European equities is now at the best level in several years.
Keith McGregor, head of restructuring at Ernst and Young, tells CNBC that the retail sector is omitted from the survey because they successfully reset market expectations to expect lower earnings.
Graham Stock, chief strategist at Insparo Investment, tells CNBC that they like the growth story in Africa, with fast growing economies that are relatively immune from the global financial crisis.
Karen Cho takes you through the European market open where stocks have opened flat.
Scott Evans, head of Equity Sales at Espirito Santo Investment Bank, tells CNBC there has been a change on a macro level, as highlighted by Japan, towards fiscal expansion and inflation, which will drive markets in the short-term.
Annalise Piazza, senior economist at Newedge, tells CNBC that the banking sector in Italy struggled to keep up with the widening of spreads and put up risky positions.
John Bruton, former Irish Prime Minister, tells CNBC that issue of the promissory notes is a legal problem not a political problem, and politically everyone wants to find a solution.
Adam Slater, managing director at Laxfield Capital, tells CNBC that their program will lend outside of prime central London but will focus on good quality properties with resilient valuations.
Neil Atkinson, director of Energy Research & Analysis at Datamonitor, tells CNBC that BP are talking about suspending drilling activities in Libya following the terrorist attack in Algeria.
Gina Sanchez, director of Equity and Asset Allocation Strategy at Roubini Global Economics, tells CNBC that the tail risks of slowing growth in China, a breakup of the euro zone and US gridlock are diminishing.
Michael Cawley, deputy CEO at Ryanair, tells CNBC that the upward surprise in current results is the strong yield in the third quarter, particularly in northern Europe.
Sergey Belyakov, Russia's deputy minister of economic development, tells CNBC they want to create an enabling environment for investment and continue to push a program of privatisation where the market conditions are right.
Ignazio Visco, governor of the Bank of Italy, tells CNBC that Italian bank Monte dei Paschi di Siena is stable and that the losses were not due to the government hiding information.
Karen Cho takes you through the European market open, where markets have opened in the red.
Kim Choong-Soo, governor of the Bank of Korea, tells CNBC that financially speaking a lot of things have been eased and the global economy is moving in the right direction.
Peter Voser, CEO of Royal Dutch Shell, tells CNBC about a ten billion dollar shale gas deal signed with Ukraine.
The French government has denied reports that it's planning to scrap the controversial 75 percent tax rate on high-earners.
John Chambers chairman and CEO of Cisco, tells CNBC that Apple's stock is evidence of how quickly things can change in the tech industry and you have to keep adjusting or get left behind.
Cutmore anchors CNBC’s flagship "Squawk Box" in EMEA; the three-hour show bookends the opening of European equity markets.
Based in London, Tso co-anchors CNBC flagship show in EMEA, Squawk Box, a show that sets the news agenda every trading day.
Sedgwick co-anchors CNBC's flagship program "Squawk Box" (Europe) and is also CNBC's OPEC reporter covering major meetings.