David Rees, emerging market economist at Capital Economics, says Argentina's technical default is the "final hurdle" preventing the country tapping the markets to raise money.» Read More
Steve Cadigan, CEO of Cardigan Talent Ventures, says organizations need to be increasingly fluent in mobile and social media when looking to hire.
Oystein Olsen, governor at the Central Bank of Norway, says the bank will consider lowering interest rates if the outlook worsens and that while it follows the currency market, it does not target krone developments.
Alan Capper, head of credit strategy at Lloyds Bank, discusses whether the coronation of Prince Felipe will be a turning point for the Spanish economy.
Asi Sharabi, co-founder of Lostmy.name, says the company is leading the competition and is growing 30 percent month-on-month.
Simon Devonshire, director of Wayra Europe, says Lostmy.name is an "inventive" startup but questions how it can defend its business plan.
European shares opened higher on Thursday as investor sentiment received a boost from the Federal Reserve who said the U.S. economy is rebounding and that interest rates would stay low for some time.
Patrick Legland, head of research at Societe Generale, says the euro will remain strong and will not see the fall that many expect.
Tim Drayson, head of economics at Legal and General Investment Management, and Alan Capper, head of credit strategy at Lloyds Bank, discuss what to take away from the U.S. Federal Reserve FOMC meeting.
Christopher Granville, managing director at Trusted Sources, says the politics between Russia and Ukraine are calming, but fighting continues on the ground.
Igor Sechin, CEO of Rosneft, says the company is "not perceived in the right way" and is considered to be a state-owned company.
Secretary of State for Scotland Alistair Carmichael, says people want the facts on Scottish independence and businesses need to make their voices heard on the topic.
Kully Samra, managing director at Charles Schwab, says the U.S. will not see an "inflation problem" as its economy recovers.
Igor Sechin, CEO of Rosneft, says he cannot understand why there are U.S. sanctions against him, calling it a "sad situation".
Richard Corbett, founder and CEO of Eyetease, says the company was "bootstrapped" but is eying further investment and international expansion.
Eze Vidra, head of Google for Entrepreneurs Europe, says he is bullish on the display market sector, but Eyetease could face regulatory hurdles.
Frank Ledwidge, author of "Losing Small Wars", says politicians are to blame for the "strategic catastrophe" in Iraq over the past decade.
European shares opened slightly higher open on Wednesday as investors look ahead to the Federal Reserve's policy decision.
Bob Parker, senior advisor at Credit Suisse, and Antonin Jullier, global head of equity trading strategy at Citi, discuss M&A activity in the euro zone and what it could mean for the region's currency.
Christopher Dembik, analyst at Saxo Bank, says both Siemens and Mitsubishi Heavy Industries and General Electric's (GE) bid for Alstom are "very good" but the French firm is likely to favor GE.
Stephanos Issaias, CEO of Enterprise Greece, says Chinese capital will create jobs and economic growth.
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.