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  • The scariest charts of our global economy

    Every year M&G investments tries to pick out some of the scariest technical charts, to send to their investors. Anthony Doyle, investment director at M&G Investments, discusses.

  • UK economy looks in decent shape: RBS

    Ross Walker, senior U.K. economist at RBS, discusses the health of the U.K. economy, in relation to the Bank of England.

  • Turkey polls suggest another hung parliament: Pro

    Wolfango Piccoli, managing director at Teneo Intelligence, explains why Turkey's political trajectory is unlikely to improve anytime soon.

  • China could play strong role as EBRD member: President

    The EBRD organisation aims to help business flourish, and now China wants to become a member. Suma Chakrabarti, president at European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD), discusses.

  • Not surprised to see EUR/USD parity in Dec: Pro

    Dmytro Bondar, technical strategist at RBS, reveals what the technical charts are saying when it comes to possible further stimulus from the ECB.

  • Fed still watching the data: Stan Chart

    Sarah Hewin, chief economist at Standard Chartered, discusses what to expect from the U.S. GDP's third quarter.

  • Funding Circle aims to lend $120M a month

    Funding Circle's CEO and co-founder, Samir Desai, discusses the latest activity in the peer-to-peer lending business.

  • Continued oil volatility is inevitable: Pro

    Hector McNeil, co-CEO at Wisdom Tree, discusses how different commodities are performing in the market.

  • How to play the e-sports market

    Neil Campling, senior analyst at Aviate Global, discusses the drive behind the e-sports industry.

  • Central banks inflation/deflation problem

    Teis Knuthsen, CIO at Saxo Private Bank, says monetary policy cannot be expected to raise inflation.

  • Ad-blocking: An advertiser's worst enemy?

    Shaun Gregory, CEO at Exterion Media, talks about the role of data in the advertising space.

  • Russia faces many risks with Syria: Pro

    Charles Hecker, global research director at Control Risks, discusses the complicated military situation on the ground in Syria.

  • Portugal isn't a focus of political instability for EU

    Ahead of Portugal's elections, Miguel Frasquilho, President of Trade & Investment Agency, talks business and investment responses.

  • Where are oil prices headed?

    Richard Mallinson, geopolitical analyst at Energy Aspects, explains why more lower prices will help them in the long term.

  • The state of the UK economy

    David Tinsley, UK and European economist at UBS, discusses the future for the Bank of England and when it could raise rates.

  • VW scandal: Questions surrounding diesel

    George Galliers, autos analyst at Evercore ISI, discusses the economic impact from the Volkswagen scandal.

  • An independent Catalonia is 'out of the question': Pro

    Antonio Barroso, senior vice-president at Teneo Intelligence, explains why a pro-separatist Catalonia would end up creating a "political mess."

  • Earnings: Why supermarkets are exposed

    Simon Colvin, analyst at Markit, talks about the current state of U.K. supermarkets.

  • The economic recovery of the euro zone

    David Owen, chief European economist at Jefferies International, discusses the future of the euro zone's economy.

  • Does Tsipras deserve another political lifeline?

    Dr Angelos Chryssogelos, academy senior fellow at Chatham House, explains why many people want Tsipras to take ownership on Greece's bailout program.

  • How global disturbances delayed Fed decision

    Dan Greenhaus, chief strategist at BTIG, discusses whether the Federal Reserve choked on hiking interest rates in September.

  • Naira devaluation is 'inevitable': Cheto

    Manji Cheto, vice president at Teneo Intelligence, discusses whether the Nigerian currency, the naira, will see further devaluation.

  • Refugee crisis: What's the final push?

    Former Prime Minster of Italy, Enrico Letta, explains how political leaders should act over the refugee crisis.

  • The fight for market share in oil: Sefcovic

    Maros Sefcovic, vice-president of European Commission and responsible for Energy Union, explains why traditional oil suppliers are now fighting for market share.

  • China slowdown: How concerned is Europe?

    At the Ambrosetti Forum, CNBC’s Julia Chatterley talks to key political and business leaders about China's impact on Europe.

  • Expect 'hurdles ahead' for markets

    Sandy Jadeja, chief market strategist at SignalPro, looks at the charts when discussing future moves in the markets.

  • Markets trying to justify oil's big moves

    Richard Mallinson, geopolitical analyst at Energy Aspects, discusses the factors that are currently driving oil prices.

  • Market turmoil: What this means for India

    Rajiv Biswas, Asia-Pacific chief economist at IHS Global, explains how recent market moves have affected the Indian market.

  • ECB forecasts 'out of date': Economist

    Janet Henry, global chief economist at HSBC, suggests the ECB's forecasts are already out of date.

  • The outlook for IPOs

    Mark Denham, head of pan-European equities at Aviva Investors, says market listings will likely resume in September.

  • My biggest worry? Deflation: Technical Analyst

    Riccardo Ronco, head of technical analysis at Aviate Global, says deflation is his biggest worry for markets.

  • Worst European refugee crisis since WWII: Expert

    Maya Mailer, head of humanitarian policy and campaigns at Oxfam, explains why Europe's refugee crisis is worse than people think.

  • Oil could near $30 by 2016: Analyst

    Craig Erlam, senior market analyst at Oanda, looks at the charts in the midst of global market turmoil.

  • Greece's youth want a different future: Syriza

    Marina Prentoulis, spokesperson for Syriza, talks about what the younger generation truly want for Greece.

  • Brazil's corruption scandal is 'massive': Pro

    João Augusto de Castro Neves, director for Latin America at Eurasia Group, says the corruption allegations will continue to permeate Brazil's government.

  • The main goals of devaluing China's Yuan

    Valentin Marinov, managing director and head of G10 FX research at Credit Agricole, talks about the PBoC's decision to devalue the Yuan currency.

  • Turkey: Elections mean more political uncertainty?

    Ege Seckin, Turkey specialist at IHS, talks about the current political and economic state of Turkey.

  • Slovenia: The 'most European' country?

    Dr. Pablo Calderon Martinez, teaching fellow in Spanish & European studies at King's College, talks about Europe's culture in a recent study.

  • Why Samsung is struggling to stay afloat

    Alex Wood, editor-in-chief at The Memo, says Samsung is being "attacked" from both ends of the market.

  • Fed hike guessing game

    John Authers, senior investment commentator at the Financial Times, says July's U.S. jobs data leaves Fed hike "guessing game" to continue for another month.

  • Argentina vote: What you need to know

    Juan Sartori, president of Union Group, gives the rundown on Argentina's politics.

  • OPEC output to increase further in 2016: Pro

    Gareth Lewis-Davies, senior energy commodity strategist at BNP Paribas, gives his expectations on the upcoming IEA oil market report.

  • Fed Impact: India's in a sweet spot

    Joseph Lake, global economist at The Economist Intelligence Unit, describes how the Federal Reserve's eventual rate hike will have an impact on global monetary policies.

  • Charts: What should investors buy?

    Sandy Jadeja, chartist at SignalPro, explains the charts including the FTSE, gold and currencies.

  • LSE signs deal with Casablanca exchange

    Karim Hajji, CEO of Casablanca Stock Exchange, says the Elite Program deal with the London Stock Exchange will help Morocco's smaller companies.

  • BoE meeting: What to expect

    Dean Turner, U.K. economist at UBS, says the market will most likely focus on whether there's a split of opinion at the Bank of England over rates.

  • Windows 10 OS: Game-changer for Microsoft?

    Daniel Ives, managing director and senior analyst at FBR Capital Markets, says Windows 10 operating system could be the "growth catalyst" that investors have been waiting for.

  • EU automakers' anxiety over China's demand slowing

    Philippe Houchois, managing director and head of European autos research at UBS, talks about the sector's earnings performance.

  • The pressure's on for Brazil

    Maarten-Jan Bakkum, senior emerging markets strategist at NN Investment Partners, explains why Brazil's central bank has no choice but to hike interest rates.

  • Greece looms over European banks earnings

    How will European banks fare in the upcoming earnings season? John Baker, European Equities portfolio manager at JPMorgan Asset Management, weighs in.

  • Fed, Greece, oil: What investors should do in 2015

    Marc Ostwald, strategist at ADM Investor Services, gives advice to investors for handling 2015.

  • El Nino: Disrupting soft commodities

    Chris Gadd, desk strategist at Macquarie, explains how El Nino can impact soft commodities.

  • Revolution for Cuban economy?

    Diego Moya-Ocampos, Latin America Analyst at IHS, discusses Cuba's future as its relationship with the U.S. improves.

  • Iran nuclear deal: A win-win for both sides

    Abbas Ameli-Renani, global emerging markets strategist at Amundi Asset Management, discusses the Iran deal and what it means for emerging markets.

  • Africa's growth continues to charge ahead: Pro

    Manji Cheto, Africa analyst at Teneo Intelligence, discusses how far Africa has come in the past 30 years.

  • Greece: Difficult issues not being faced

    John Plender, chairman at OMFIF, discusses Greece's new proposals and whether it can reach a deal with creditors.

  • US, EU and the changing face of trade

    Pawel Swidlicki, research analyst at Open Europe, talks about the liberalizing of trade between the U.S. and European Union.

  • Ad spend is making a comeback

    Jason Cotterrell, managing director at Exterion Media, explains why there's a "buoyant market" in advertising.

  • The rise of peer to peer

    Alexander Gunz, fund manager at Heptagon Capital, explains why the peer-to-peer lending industry is just "at the tip of the iceberg" for growth.

  • UK candidates more confident to switch jobs: CEO

    Chris Hickey, CEO of UK and EMEA sector at Robert Walters, talks about the rise in confidence in the U.K. job market.

  • INVESTING EDGE - Riccardo Ronco

    Talking charts, Riccardo Ronco, technical analyst at Aviate Global, explains why he's still bearish on the euro.

  • Africa growth: A long term story

    Anna Rosenberg, associate practice leader for Sub-Saharan Africa research at Frontier Strategy Group, discusses business activity in Africa.

  • Is Italy's banking sector improving?

    Marcello Zanardo, senior advisor at KBW Stifel, discusses the banking sector and its reforms in Italy.

  • Egypt's economy: On the road to recovery?

    Egypt's economy is showing signs of significant growth. Angus Blair, president of the Signet Institute, weighs in on its current state.

  • Saudi exchange eyes global investors

    Philippe Dauba-Pantanacce, senior economist for Turkey and MENA at Standard Chartered Bank, explains why Saudi Arabia's Tadawul Index is important for investors.

  • Paris Air Show: What to expect

    Ben Moores of IHS reveals what to expect from June's Paris Air Show.

  • Turkey's economic problems

    Ahead of Turkey's elections, Vasileios Gkionakis, head of global FX strategy at UniCredit Research, discussed what to expect concerning polls, market reaction and the economy.

  • Apple conference: What to expect

    Alex Wood, editor in chief at The Memo, talks about what we should expect from Apple's five-day conference, starting June 8th.

  • HSBC CEO to unveil new strategy

    HSBC is set to axe up to 20,000 jobs worldwide. Max Colchester, UK banking reporter at The Wall Street Journal, weighs in with his predictions.

  • Challenges women face in tech industry

    Nicole Glaros, partner and chief product office at Techstars, talks to CNBC about the challenges women face in the tech industry.

  • Worst isn't over for Brazil: Strategist

    Luis Costa, EM strategist at Citi, tells CNBC that Brazil could face further headwinds.

  • OPEC unlikely to change course: Oil analyst

    Amrita Sen, chief oil analyst at Energy Aspects, says it's unlikely OPEC will cut supply in their next meeting.

  • The future of 3D printing

    Simon Shen, chairman at XYZ Printing, talks about the rising interest in 3D printing and where opportunity lies for the technology.

  • Spanish regional elections: Why they matter

    Vincenzo Scarpetta, political analyst at Open Europe, discusses all you need to know about the Spanish regional elections.

  • Are Chinese equities overvalued?

    Diana Choyleva, director at Lombard Street Research, talks about the state of the Chinese equity market in relation to China's economic slowdown.

  • Bond market correction was overdue: Pro

    Otto Dichtl, managing director of Stifel Nicolaus Europe, comments on recent bond market volatility, saying that a correction was arguably overdue.

  • EM banks in rate-cutting mode: Analyst

    Simon Quijano-Evans, head of EM research at Commerzbank, says emerging market central banks are generally in a "rate-cutting mode."

  • Stunning result by Tories in UK election: Economist

    Brian Hilliard, chief U.K. economist at Societe General, says he's not surprised that markets rallied on the back of the U.K. election result.

  • Greece will meet payment deadlines: Analyst

    Wolfango Piccoli, managing director of Teneo Intelligence, says Greece is likely to make its debt payments on time.

  • Sterling won't reach last year's highs: Strategist

    Sandy Jadeja, chief market strategist at SignalPro, discusses sterling's reaction to the UK general election.

  • GSK to pursue growth through cheap drug sales

    Suki Virji, news editor at Scrip Intelligence, discusses GSK's growth plan on the back of cheaper drug sales.

  • Are QE trades getting too crowded?

    Are trades linked to the ECB's QE becoming crowded and vulnerable to a reversal? Thanos Vamvakidis, head of European G-10 FX strategy at BofA Merrill Lynch Global Research, gives his thoughts.

  • Saudi stocks: Expect high investor participation

    Should we expect high investor participation in the Saudi market? Absolutely says CNBC's Hadley Gamble, who explains further.

  • Brazilian real to fall lower: FX strategist

    Luis Costa, head of CEEMEA FX and rates strategy at Citi says the Brazilian fundamentals are still calling for a weaker real rate.

  •  Is the Apple Watch a game-changer?

    Cyrus Mewawalla, MD at CM Research talks Apple ahead of the company's quarterly report.

  • What will Japan gain from a TPP trade deal?

    Marcel Thieliant, global economist at Capital Economics says Japan could be better integrated into the world economy through a Trans Pacific Partnership deal with the US.

  • Expect sluggish UK GDP: Pro

    Richard Hunter, head of UK equities at Hargreaves Lansdown previews UK GDP numbers.

  • Investing in Africa: Benefits for China

    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.

  • Is ECB's QE a success?

    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.

  • Fintech to rule the world?

    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.

  • Petrobras: Brazil needs a solution

    Juan Sartori, president and founder of Union Group, explains why the Petrobras scandal is such a big deal, saying that it impacts Brazil's credibility.

  • Expect a rate hike in September: Pro

    Steven Saywell, global head of FX strategy at BNP Paribas, still thinks that the Federal Reserve will hike interest rates in September.

  • Nigeria goes to the polls

    Will the election in Nigeria go ahead this week? Manji Cheto, vice president at Teneo Intelligence, explains why she believes it will.

  • The currency impact on commodities

    Tracey Allen, commodities analyst at Rabobank, explains which commodities are more vulnerable to the stronger U.S. dollar.

  • UK: A political budget?

    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.

  • Confidence is back for the UK job market

    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.

  • Why was the SNB's dramatic rate cut a good move?

    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.

  • European VC markets are lagging: CEO

    Dorte Hoppner, CEO of EVCA, says Europe is still lagging behind when it comes to venture capital markets.

  • European ventures delivering returns: Pro

    Kathleen Bacon, managing director of HarbourVest, talks about her strategy for investing in Europe.

  • Private equity opportunities in EM: Pro

    Anouk van der Boor, managing director of Cambridge Associates, told CNBC that developed markets are overvalued for private equity.

  • Why EU regulators should embrace disruptive tech

    Jon Danielsson, director of systemic risk at the London School of Economics, explained what role technology can play in a capital markets union.

  • Saudis won't blink over oil production: Barclays

    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.

  • Dollar the 'only game in town': Pro

    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.

  • Why Nigeria's presidential election is 'significant'

    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.

  • French stocks: The place to be in 2015?

    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.

  • Oil majors can 'weather storm': Pro

    Oswald Clint, senior analyst at Bernstein, says big oil companies can deal with the low price and have adjusted their capital expenditure.

  • Godot turned up, investors coming to Europe: Pro

    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.

  • This company is investing in litigation costs

    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.

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