European stocks opened slightly lower on Friday, continuing a move lower after investors were left disappointed with the European Central Bank (ECB) holding back on any further stimulus measures on Thursday.» Read More
Robert Wood, chief UK economist at Berenberg Bank, says UK Chancellor George Osborne will only give away small concessions in his Autumn Statement.
Henri de Castries, CEO of AXA, says establishing business in new emerging markets is important for the company to grow over the next few years.
Andy Soper, global head of G10 options trading at Nomura, says euro/dollar will drop to 1.25 when investors withdraw from European equities and tapering takes full effect.
Sunil Kant Munjal, joint managing director of Hero Motocorp and chairman of Hero Corporate Service, says Indians are frustrated with the pace of reform and a new government will be key to implementing reform.
Stephen Stone, chief executive of Crest Nicholson Group, says that Bank of England governor Mark Carney has probably seen signs of a housing bubble in the U.K. after the Funding for Lending Scheme for mortgages was withdrawn.
Rachel Calvert, senior consultant at IHS Consulting, says the Thai government has taken a "big step" to diffuse the protests by allowing protesters into state buildings.
Bart Jaworski, equity analyst at Davy Research, says that there is a big demand for safe haven assets.
European equities opened lower on Tuesday following a negative lead from Asia and the U.S.
Benoit Anne, head of EM strategy at Société Générale, says there are some positive emerging market stories but there are also countries facing challenges.
Bob Janjuah, co-head of cross-asset allocation strategy at Nomura, says the U.S. Federal Reserve's quantitative easing program is causing an "enormous skew in the distribution of wealth" and spending power of Americans.
Diana Choyleva, head of macroeconomic research at Lombard Street Research, and Jonathan Fenby, managing director of the China team at Trusted Sources, discuss the U.K.'s political visit to China.
Hussain Sajwani, chairman and CEO of DAMAC, says demand will exceed supply in the Dubai property market over the next 3 to 4 years.
Bob Janjuah, co-head of cross-asset allocation strategy at Nomura, says hedge funds are taking long positions and are trading on momentum.
Richard McGuire, head of rates strategy at Rabobank, says that economic data in the U.S. is not strong enough for the Federal Reserve to start tapering before the end of the year.
Marcus Ketter, CFO of Kloeckner, says that the European economy is "through the trough" but the recovery is still fragile.
Chris Walker, FX strategist at Barclays, says the Australian dollar could fall a further 5 percent against the greenback.
Anita Nemes, global head of capital introduction at Deutsche Bank, discusses how hedge funds are beginning to offer new products.
Claudia Holm, director of S&P Capital IQ, says that as banks start to deleverage their balance sheets, corporates are turning to capital markets for funding.
European equities opened higher on Monday as investors look ahead to a busy week of economic data.
Tom Elliott, international investment strategist at DeVere Group, says the German coalition could produce more "consumption friendly policies" due to the influence of the SPD, helping to boost domestic consumption.
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.