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European equities opened higher Tuesday with the prospect of a reform-for-aid deal in Greece being watched by markets.
Chris Watling, CEO of Longview Economics, says market returns are getting harder to find and it's time to move back into bonds.
Robert Noel, CEO of Land Securities, explains how changing shopping habit are affecting the commercial real estate market.
Patrick Coveney, CEO of Greencore, explains why the company is focusing on growing market share in the U.K. and is holding off from venturing wholeheartedly into mainland Europe.
Richard Longdon, CEO of AVEVA Group, denies speculation that the company is preparing to be bought out.
IHS CEO Scott Key disagrees with Carl Icahn's comments that Apple's growth prospects will receive a boost from smart car development.
Costantine Michalos, president of the Union of Hellenic Chambers of Commerce & Industry, says the Greek finance minister is aiming for a settlement with creditors by early June because the country is running out of cash.
Joel Cadbury, Chairman of KidZania London, explains why corporate partnerships are fundamental to the theme park's success.
Andrew Lilico, director of Europe Economics, says there's no guarantee that holding a referendum over Britain's EU membership in 2016 would mean the UK would stay in the union.
Robert Buckland, chief global equity strategist at Citi, warns European bonds have entered bubble territory.
European shares opened higher on Monday, with investors looking to buy risk assets after a bout of selling at the end of last week
Alan Miller, CIO of SCM Direct.com, says Chinese A shares are showing signs of a bubble.
Ben Lofthouse, fund manager at Henderson Global Investors, says Japanese and Korean dividends should exhibit significant growth going forward.
Philippa Malmgren, founder of DRPM group, says it's inevitable that investment banks will separate from their retail operations.
CNBC's Hadley Gamble discusses the latest moves by ISIS, which saw the Iraqi city of Ramadi fall to the group.
Stephen Sheung, head of investment strategy at SHK Private, says a wave of IPOs on Asian markets could drain 3 trillion yuan from secondary markets, but are unlikely to put pressure on indices in the mid-term.
Adam Myers, European head of FX research at Credit Agricole, says markets still believe there's a high probability that Greece will exit the EU.
Despite a drop in luxury spending by Chinese consumers, the chief executive of Ferragamo believed China was still the main source of growth.
"Dr. Eurovision" Paul Jordan discusses the politics set to dominate the 2015 Eurovision Song Contest.
Nino Tronchetti Provera, co-founder of Ambienta, says President Matteo Renzi is Italy's first normal politician in years and is trying to do what is best for the country.
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.