Ryan Roberts of MCM Partners explains why the company will continue to struggle going forward.
David Dietze of Point View Wealth Management explains why he's not expecting much from reporting season.
The euro’s spike to a five-month high after France’s first round of presidential voting went as expected was already fading on Monday.
Far-right candidate Marine Le Pen's policies on the euro and EU don't sit well with financial investors, explains Kingsley Jones of Jevons Global.
Jacob Kirkegaard from the Peterson Institute for International Economics explains the significance behind centrist Emmanuel Macron's electoral lead.
Molon Labe Designs has designed a middle seat that's wider than normal and promises faster boarding for passengers, explains CEO Hank Scott.
Security is a key election theme so Thursday's shooting could benefit candidates who prioritized those issues, says Fredrik Erixon from the European Centre for International Political Economy.
As Samsung gets ready for the international launch of the Galaxy S8, Bob O'Donnell at Technalysis Research describes the phone's unique specs.
John Silvia of Wells Fargo Securities explains why he believes the annual meetings are key for global investors.
Steve Quirk of TD Ameritrade doesn't believe Trump will make progress on such a key reform within his first 100 days of office.
Rob Brierley of Patersons Securities explains why he thinks iron ore prices will stabilize this quarter.
Indonesia needs to have a peaceful transition until new governor Anies Baswedan takes power, warns Song Seng Wun of CIMB Private Banking.
Investors should sell in the face of geopolitical events, such as the French election or North Korea, explains Robert Savage of CCTrack Solutions.
eBay's international activities gives the firm a competitive edge over Amazon, notes Dr Barton of Moneymorning.com.
A "pro-cyclical fiscal policy" in Washington could increase the public debt to GDP ratio, warned Vitor Gaspar, director of fiscal affairs at the IMF.
Eric Wiegand of US Bank Private Client Reserve lists out several reasons why markets have been jittery recently.
Akiko Fujita reports how Japan's superconducting Maglev (SCMaglev) train, which reaches speeds of up to 375 miles an hour, could be headed for the U.S.
Meredith Sumpter, Eurasia Group, says besides security issues, Vice President Mike Pence's trip also highlights the importance of U.S.-Asia economic ties.
Jeff Fischer, The Motley Fool, says Facebook is throwing down the gauntlet by focusing on augmented reality to take on other players in the space.
Charles Sizemore, Sizemore Capital Management, talks about how Goldman's weakness in fixed income trading was odd given its past strength in the segment.