European markets opened flat on Thursday as traders eye a slew of earnings and a European Central Bank (ECB) meeting.
What does tapering mean in Europe? That’s a question investors would like to hear from the ECB, says Tim Haywood, head of the fixed-income unit at the London office of GAM.
Philips Lighting CEO, Eric Rondolat talks about the outlook for the company, considering the current volatility seen in currencies.
Philips Lighting CEO, Eric Rondolat discusses the company’s latest earnings release, while commenting on the challenges it faces.
Peter Trubowitz, professor of international relations and director of United States Centre at LSE, talks about the performance seen by both Clinton and Trump in last night’s debate.
Following last night’s TV debate, NBC News' Steve Handelsman discusses what happened, including Donald Trump’s refusal to commit to accepting the result if he doesn’t win.
Actelion has raised its 2016 financial targets after posting core net income of 691 million Swiss francs for the first nine months. Chief Executive, Jean-Paul Clozel discusses the results.
Next month the U.S. will decide its future president. Actelion CEO, Jean-Paul Clozel discusses how concerned he is about the election and what each outcome would mean for pharmaceuticals.
Kodak is set to release its second smartphone, but will it be picture perfect? Kodak CEO, Jeff Clarke outlines the new phone’s features.
Hamilton Lane Vice-Chairman, Erik Hirsch, talks about the state of the private markets, saying that this market benefits from a “lack of emotion” that public markets are affected by daily.
BT CEO, Gavin Patterson discusses whether the firm will complete its spin-off of its Open Reach broadband division.
Anthony Belchambers, chairman of the Honorary Advisory Council at the Financial Services Negotiation Forum, discusses Brexit, politics and Phillip Hammond.
Hungary’s Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Péter Szijjártó, talks about foreign investment and the economic state of the European country.
Konrad Adenauer Foundation Chairman, Hans-Gert Poettering, says Europe should be united, adding that the European Union and U.K. need one another.
Anthony Belchambers, chairman of the Honorary Advisory Council at the Financial Services Negotiation Forum, talks about the U.K. business sector’s future following its decision to leave the EU.
Goldman Sachs’ Peter Oppenheimer and Rathbones’ Julian Chillingworth take a look at the current state of the bond market and where it could be heading.
European stocks opened higher Wednesday, reassured by a raft of data out of China showing government spending has helped the economy to stabilize.
Can Deutsche Bank be truly competitive on a global scale, if reform for the banking sector in the EU isn’t done? Deutsche Bank’s Head of CIB EMEA, Alasdair Warren, discusses.
Deutsche Bank’s Head of CIB EMEA, Alasdair Warren talks about the current state of the bank in different markets, while commenting on regulatory scrutiny on banks.
Was Hungary partly to blame for the U.K.’s decision to leave the European Union? Péter Szijjártó, Hungary’s minister for foreign affairs and trade, weighs in.
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.