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The European Union reached a landmark deal on Thursday to make the European Central Bank the bloc's top banking supervisor, giving EU leaders greater confidence that they are gaining the upper hand over the euro zone's debt crisis.
Darren Wolfberg, BNP Paribas, explains what spreads for Italian and Spanish bonds now mean for Europe's debt crisis and the global markets.
David Scowsill, president and CEO of World Travel and Tourism Council, tells CNBC that most of the future tourism growth is coming out of China, 'a market which is exploding'.
Steven Wieting, Citigroup economist, discusses the remaining risks Europe has for the US economy and markets.
Germany signaled on Wednesday it was ready to back plans for the European Central Bank to be made the chief supervisor of banks, raising the prospect of a breakthrough on the European Union's most ambitious financial reform.
Steve Auth, Federated Investors Global Equities, discusses whether the situation is truly improving in Europe for the long-run.
A new strategy of dual currency has been put forward to help the euro zone.
A check on the European markets as they close and how the U.S. markets are faring, with Steve Weiss, Short Hills Capital; Joe LaVorgna, Deutsche Bank; Diane Swonk, Mesirow Financial, and CNBC's Simon Hobbs.
Are the days of Germany cushioning the ongoing euro zone crisis fading? One researcher thinks so.
Strategies for investors to get through uncertain times in the economy, with Jeffrey Palma, UBS head of global equity strategy /managing director.
Greece's foreign lenders hailed a bond buyback as a success even though it narrowly fell short of a target to cut the country's debt, paving the way for Athens to get long-delayed aid to avoid bankruptcy.
CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera has the details on new figures revealing how much the ECB spend on government bonds in an effort to bring down interest rates.
Marie Diron, senior economic advisor at Ernst and Young and Vicky Pryce, senior managing director for economics at FTI Consulting discuss whether the ECB will follow the Fed and ease more aggressively.
Justin Braitling, director of Watermark Funds Management, says that due to a shift of resources into banks last quarter, the sector is trading at high levels now and banking stocks look expensive.
Employers are struggling to fill entry-level vacancies, Diana Farrell, Diana Farrell, Director and Co-founder at the McKinsey Center for Government told CNBC
Claudio Piron, head of Asia FX research, BofA Merrill Lynch Global Research, is positive about buying into the euro for the next 24-48 hours, but sees a downside to it in 2-3 months'
The Moet British Independent Film Awards celebrated their 15th anniversary on Sunday, celebrating the most successful year ever for British Independent cinema.
Stephen Halmarick, head of investment markets research at Colonial First State Global Asset Management, says that change of political leadership in Greece and Italy is promising, but Europe has a long way to go before achieving some kind of stability.
Michael Buhl, CEO of the CEE Stock Exchange group, tells CNBC that they have seen a record amount of companies preparing themselves for an IPO but there needs to be one that starts the ball rolling.
Ronald Arculli, Chairman of Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing, says HK is not immune to the global financial turmoil. The recent tech upgrade, he adds, will help HKEx introduce new business lines.