CNBC asks the executives of several banks about how they are affected by market volatility from China.» Read More
European equities opened higher Monday as two surveys of Chinese factory activity showed improvements in May.
Robert Shiller, sterling professor of economics at Yale University, says the U.S. is entering a "new normal" boom, which is an unusual one.
Amy Jadesimi, managing director of Lile, says the Nigerian oil industry will benefit if President Buhari's plans to emphasize rule of law is delivered.
Richard Portes, president and founder of the Centre for Economic Policy Research, tells CNBC that recent volatility in Chinese markets is part of a long-awaited adjustment.
Deutsche Annington CFO, Stefan Kirsten, says that the German property market is seemingly subdued, but growing.
Michael Kurtz, global head of equity strategy at Nomura, predicts a strong interest in Chinese stocks over the next three to four quarters.
Oded Ran, CEO of Touchnote, a company that helps you send postcards, says there is still appetite for physical and "thoughtful" products.
Simon Levene, co-founder of Mosiac Ventures, says Europe is a good place for fintech start-ups due to friendly regulation that could shake-up the financial and banking world.
Jonathan Bell, chief investment officer at Stanhope Capital, says that while European banks are trailing behind their U.S. counterparts, they have potential for credit expansion in the near future.
European equities opened flat Friday as uncertainty over Greece weighs on sentiment.
Gil Penchina, lead angel at AngelList, explains how his fundraising platform for start-ups moves away from the traditional venture capital model.
Angel Gurria, secretary-general of the OECD, tells CNBC that a deal with Greece will be struck eventually, given that everyone involved understands the importance of a "happy conclusion."
Edmund Shing, global equity portfolio manager and U.S. equity strategist at BCS Financial Group, says China is still a great place to invest in the long-run, but recent volatility is worrying.
Harald Mahrer, state secretary for science, research and economy in Austria, talks to CNBC about how the country is differentiating itself when it comes to supporting start-ups.
Russell Clark, CEO of Wolf Minerals, says he sees a huge upside for tungsten, as the company opens up the U.K.'s first new metal mine in over 40 years.
EU Economic Affairs Commissioner, Pierre Moscovici, tells CNBC that there has been more progress in Greek debt negotiations over the last three weeks than in the last three months.
Dirk Ahlborn, CEO of Hyperloop Transportation Technologies, says the company has addressed concerns about the user experience when it comes to tube-based travel.
André Borschberg, CEO of Solar Impulse, and pilot of the company's record-breaking solar-powered airplane, talks to CNBC while delayed due to bad weather.
Peter Fleming, author of The Mythology of Work, says workers are putting in "empty hours" ceremoniously, while shorter days could boost productivity.
Dirk Ahlborn, CEO of Hyperloop Transportation Technologies, talks about the future of travel and the Hyperloop model.
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.