Julian Skan, Accenture managing director overseeing the FinTech Innovation Lab London, talks about why there's been a surge in disruptive technology recently, saying that these technologies could change the business models for the banking industry.
Philippe Gudin, chief European economist at Barclays, discusses the latest on the European Central Bank, saying that quantitative easing seems to be a success by how the markets are reacting.
Erik Prince, Chairman of Frontier Services Group, talks about his company and how it is helping other companies in Africa, and discusses China's investment in Africa.
Steven Saywell, global head of FX strategy at BNP Paribas, still thinks that the Federal Reserve will hike interest rates in September.
Will the election in Nigeria go ahead this week? Manji Cheto, vice president at Teneo Intelligence, explains why she believes it will.
Tracey Allen, commodities analyst at Rabobank, explains which commodities are more vulnerable to the stronger U.S. dollar.
Last week saw the last U.K, budget meeting before the general election. Tina Fordham, chief political analyst at Citi, discusses her main takeaways from the day.
Chris Hickey, UK CEO of Robert Walters discusses the U.K.'s employment market, adding that jobseekers see London as a very confident market right now.
Jonathan Webb, head of FX strategy at Jefferies, talks about the Swiss National Bank's decision to cut rates and how it relates to the weakening euro and strong U.S. dollar.
Dorte Hoppner, CEO of EVCA, says Europe is still lagging behind when it comes to venture capital markets.
Kathleen Bacon, managing director of HarbourVest, talks about her strategy for investing in Europe.
Anouk van der Boor, managing director of Cambridge Associates, told CNBC that developed markets are overvalued for private equity.
Jon Danielsson, director of systemic risk at the London School of Economics, explained what role technology can play in a capital markets union.
Miswin Mahesh, oil analyst at Barclays, says Saudi Arabia will not cut oil production, leading to weakness in the price during the first half of the year.
Jane Foley, senior currency strategist at Rabobank, says stronger-than-expected U.S. jobs data will push the euro lower against the dollar as the greenback strengthens.
Manji Cheto, vice-president of Teneo Intelligence, says there is a "protest vote" in favor of the opposition and if there is a successful handover of power after the presidential election, it could be "significant" for African democracy.
Andrew Parry, head of equities at Hermes, says that French companies in the CAC40 could be a good bet for investors as they are global and not too exposed to the the country's weak economy.
Oswald Clint, senior analyst at Bernstein, says big oil companies can deal with the low price and have adjusted their capital expenditure.
Antonin Jullier, global head of trading strategy at Citi, says European Central Bank quantitative easing has removed uncertainty in Europe and investors are putting money into the region's assets.
Chris Bogart, CEO of Burford Capital, discusses the concept of "litigation finance" and how his company provides money for companies to put towards litigation fees.
WTI crude oil could test lows of $60, while the U.S. dollar could see a small correction but then continue its romp higher, according to Riccardo Ronco, head of technical analysis at Aviate Global.
Renee Friedman, principal analyst at IHS, says Russia needs to diversify its revenue away from oil or it could struggle to return to pre-crisis growth levels.
Guy Peddy, telecoms analyst at Macquarie Group, discusses the potential outcome of the battle for Britain's telecoms market as both BT and 3 eye takeovers of EE and O2.
London has become the "landing place" for foreign retailers looking to get a foothold in the European market, Guy Grainger, U.K. CEO of Jones Lang LaSalle says.
Riccardo Ronco, technical analyst at Aviate Global, discusses whether investors should be in equities or bonds.
Walter Boettcher, chief economist for EMEA at Colliers International, says investors are looking to increase their property weightings driven by the search for yield.
Senior Analyst of FBR Capital Markets, Daniel Ives says that the tech sector's earnings season has been a "roller-coaster", with more spending on big data, cloud, mobile, whilst traditional tech giants are struggling for growth.
CNBC's Nancy Hulgrave says that if the Republicans gain control of the Senate as well as the House, it will "make it more difficult" for Obama to pass some of his prioritized legislation issues, including immigration reform.
Governor of the Austrian National Bank, Ewald Nowotny says that given how "very strict" the stress tests were, having only one of six banks having issues with the stress test scenario was "quite a good result".
Sandy Jadeja, chief market strategist at SignalPro, says the Dow index will "test new lows" as volatility is set to continue.
Neil Atkinson, head of analysis at Lloyd's List Intelligence, says BP is going to struggle with litigation costs and a deteriorating market in Russia.
Carlos Caicedo, principal analyst at IHS Country Risk, says re-elected Brazilian president Dilma Rousseff needs to tackle the country's problems "head on".
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