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Joe Rundle, head of trading at ETX Capital, explains why despite expectations of very slow growth in the UK, the market will continue going higher.
The least lucrative strategy for the investment banks and stockbrokers is "buy and hold" and it's the "buy and hold" investors who have made most of the money so far since those 2012 lows. Steve Sedgwick, Anchor at CNBC Europe writes.
ECB governing council member Ignazio Visco told CNBC that the central bank is "technically prepared" to introduce negative deposit rates.
Peter Toogood, investment services director at OBSR, Old Broad Street Research, comments on the mining sector and explains why mining stocks should never be seen as long-term secular hold.
Italian Prime Minister Enrico Letta warned his center-right coalition partners on Sunday that the future of the government was at risk following a furious row over Silvio Berlusconi's attacks on magistrates in a rally at the weekend.
Henning Meyer, senior visiting fellow for the department of government at London School of Economics, discusses whether a treaty change is necessary for a European banking union.
Ulrich Leuchtmann, Head of FX Research at Commerzbank says the BoJ's expansionary moves will inevitably mean high yields for Japan.
Mikio Kumada, Executive Director & Global Strategist at LGT Capital Partners, discusses his strategy for China and predictions for Europe's economy.
Antonio Fatas, Professor of Economics at INSEAD says a lot of the political debates in Europe have gone away little by little. He says it is time to find ways to bring growth back to Europe's economy.
Over the weekend, Group of 7 (G7) finance officials discussed the low interest rate environment and whether it is posing a risk to global growth. EuroGroup President Jeroen Dijsselbloem spoke to CNBC's Julia Chatterley about his thoughts.
Debt-riddled euro-zone nations like Italy have been given some leeway but the pressure is on for them to push through aggressive structural reforms.
The world's largest auction houses will host "blockbuster" sales of contemporary art this week, as buyers' tastes shift away from pre-19th century "Old Masters", a fine art expert told CNBC.
The market recovery which has brought Italy's borrowing costs down over recent months is unlikely to be sustained for long, billionaire investor George Soros said.
The president of the Eurogroup said France must accelerate its reform program after the country was given an extension to meet deficit targets.
The force is coming to Britain. George Osborne, the U.K. finance minister announced on Friday that the next "Star Wars" film will be made in the country.
German prosecutors said they had arrested two people suspected of involvement in a global cyber theft of $45 million from two Middle Eastern banks.
Ad Van Tiggelen, senior investment specialist at ING Investment Management Europe, believes bond yields still have room to move lower.
European shares closed near 5-year highs on Friday.
ArcelorMittal, the world's largest steelmaker, defied fears of a profit warning on Friday and kept its earnings forecast for this year, helped by deep cost cutting in Europe.
London's Tech City is "uniquely" placed to become the next Silicon Valley, the woman who heads up the organization told CNBC.
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Alexander Afanasiev, CEO of Russia¿s MICEX, says there have not been strong foreign outflows from the stock market index so far this year, despite the intense volatility.
CNBC¿s Phil Han looks at a HSBC report examining why expats move overseas and what their preferred location is.
Howard Goldring, director at Delmore Asset Management, says GlaxoSmithKline may be trying to take on too much restructuring in too short a time-frame.