Hiscox CEO Bronek Masojada shares findings from his latest survey, and disputes Liam Fox's comments about British executives preferring golf to duty.
M&A deals look good on paper but the challenge remains that it's about bringing two companies together, says Fidelity International's Paras Anand.
CNBC's Karen Tso gives a rundown of European equities, including the best and worst-performing sectors.
AIA CEO Mark Tucker says the Chinese government wants foreign insurance products to be sold in a more regulated manner.
Central Asia Metals Chairman Nick Clarke says copper prices are intimately linked to Chinese demand and strength of China's economy.
The U.K. is a services-focused economy, which makes it trickier to measure the value of exports, explains the Institute of Directors' Allie Renison.
A combination of ECB disappointment, Fed expectations and hints that BOJ's Kuroda wants to do away with NIRP fueled volatility, says Allianz Global Investors' Neil Dwane.
Barings CEO Tom Finke tells CNBC why combining Babson Capital with Barings Asset Management is a good idea in the institutional asset management space.
Syriza party member Marica Frangakis argues that that the Greek economy is still in recession and public debt continues to rise.
Portugal's Finance Minister Mario Centeno says the country is committed to stabilizing its financial sector and pushing through structural reforms.
There's speculation bond markets are in a bubble that'll burst if central banks are no longer accomodative, says Rabobank's Jane Foley.
Has J D Wetherspoon had a dispute with the brewers at Guinness? J D Wetherspoon Founder and Chairman, Tim Martin, sets the record straight.
Yicai Research Institute Assistant Director Tao Wang explains why the low oil price casts doubt on a natural gas deal between China and Russia.
Barclays Head of Investment Strategy Europe, William Hobbs, talks about the U.K. economy’s reaction to the Brexit vote seen in June, and the outlook for the country.
Vue Cinemas CEO Tim Richards says cinemas are part of a “growing, vibrant industry”, while commenting on customer experience, technology and its competitors.
S&P Global Platts Senior Writer & Editor Robert Perkins talks about the recent shake-up in the oil and gas sector, when commenting on S&P’s recent top energy company rankings.
J D Wetherspoon Founder and Chairman, Tim Martin, says everyone who said Brexit would be terrible, have already been proven wrong.
J D Wetherspoon Founder and Chairman, Tim Martin, says the pub chain pays a “heck of a lot” of tax, while talking about what challenges the company faces.
European stocks opened lower on Friday as markets remained disappointed after the European Central Bank (ECB) chose not to extend its stimulus program.
Blenheim Chalcot Managing Partner of Fintech, Dan Cobley talks about how technology is being valued at the moment.
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.