HSBC co-chief Asian economist, Frederic Neumann explains why it’s likely Japan’s Shinzo Abe will postpone the tax hike along with announcing more physical stimulus, after the G7 meeting.
Looking at China’s latest home prices, HSBC co-chief Asian economist, Frederic Neumann says the 6.2 percent increase in April shows there’s still “robust demand” in the country.
Free trade is the “catalyst for growth” in the world, and we should be more open on the concept says Shaukat Aziz, Former Pakistan prime minister.
China’s “one belt, one road” initiative should be seen as a “real game-changer” for the region, says former Pakistan prime minister, Shaukat Aziz, when talking about connectivity and growth.
Former Pakistan prime minister, Shaukat Aziz explains how Pakistan needs to work together with India, to improve their relationship and growth prospects.
European stocks are opened higher on Tuesday following a positive lead from Asian markets and a rally in oil prices.
Adecco CEO, Alain Dehaze says Europe and the U.K. will be stronger together, when talking about employment regulation and labor market reforms in the continent.
Adecco CEO, Alain Dehaze looks at the U.K employment sector, and how this could be impacted by the country leaving or staying in the European Union.
Northstream CEO, Bengt Nordstrom says he doesn’t expect telecom players like O2 and Three to “sit still”, but rather look for interest from other firms, following a failed merger deal.
Nutmeg CIO, Shaun Port talks about investing in U.K. equities and key strategies investors should be looking into when it comes to this market.
Despite branch networks being seen as not part of the 21st century banking sector, CTT chairman & CEO, Francisco de Lacerda believes there’s still value in the network.
Land Securities CEO, Robert Noel explains why a vote to leave the European Union would be painful for the British property industry.
Continental CFO, Wolfgang Schäfer talks about the company’s automotive production, with comment on their performance in different markets.
Continental CFO, Wolfgang Schäfer comments on the impact of a possible “Brexit” on the automaker, and discusses emerging markets.
Greencore CEO, Patrick Coveney talks about the minimum and living wage changes in the U.K., with added comments on the EU referendum.
Plurimi Investment Managers CIO, Patrick Armstrong explains why the firm is short the Canadian market, with comment on the nation’s banks in comparison to other countries.
Apple has got the potential but nothing concrete when it comes to new products, says Patrick Armstrong, Plurimi Investment Managers CIO, when commenting on its positioning on the stock.
Greencore CEO, Patrick Coveney looks at the state of and consumer trends within the U.K. grocery market.
Andrei Bugrov, senior vice president at Norilsk Nickel, says the firm doesn’t see China’s competition as bitter or lethal, but is instead “blessed” by having a “neighbor” like China.
Lord (Norman) Lamont, former MP and former chancellor, tells CNBC why Britain doesn’t need to be in the single market for good trade.
Geoff Cutmore is co-anchor for CNBC’s flagship programme 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.
Stephen Sedgwick co-anchors CNBC's flagship program Squawk Box Europe and is also CNBC's OPEC reporter covering major meetings.