UBS analyst, Colin Langan discusses the current state of the autos market in the United States.» Read More
Yum Brands is gearing up to spin off its China business. Jonathan Morgan, director of research at The Edge Consulting Group, discusses the move.
Stephen Anderson, analyst at Maxim Group, discusses the “several levers” Chipotle can pull when it comes to driving more growth.
Kosha Gada, principal at A.T. Kearney, explains why Yahoo may have to let go of its ambitions of being a mass dominant player like Google and Facebook.
Malta’s finance minister, Edward Scicluna, says the European Central Bank must continue with quantitative easing, as growth remains sluggish in the euro zone.
Jeremy Redenius, senior analyst at Bernstein Research, says the new leadership at Syngenta will have to shift the company’s focus from driving growth, towards costs.
With BRICS entering recessionary scenarios, there’s little to get them out of this, except reforms, says Simon Quijano-Evans, head of emerging-markets research at Commerzbank.
Dr. Guo Yu, head of Asia at Verisk Maplecroft, discusses the “courtship” between the U.K. and China.
Credit Suisse CEO, Tidjane Thiam explains why there’s still plenty of upside potential in Asia.
Josep Bori, U.S. enterprise technology analyst at Atlantic Equities, explains why it’s sensible for IBM to lower its guidance.
China is said to have signed a deal to own a third of U.K.’s Hinkley Point nuclear power plant. David Elmes, professor at Warwick Business School, discusses.
BDA China's Chairman and Founder Duncan Clark says China’s visit to the U.K. is mainly trade and investment focused, as China shifts itself away from a “made in China” model.
Andrew Soper, global head of G10 options flow at Nomura, discusses the FX reaction to the Canadian election, while commenting on other currencies.
What does Britain really think of China? YouGov’s editor-in-chief, Freddie Sayers, reveals the statistics behind this.
Ben Lichtenstein, president of TradersAudio.com, gives the rundown ahead of the U.S. open on October 19th 2015.
David Hilder, banking analyst at Drexel Hamilton, explains why it’s extremely hard for U.S. banking giants to have sole exposure to retail banking.
Ben White, chief economic correspondent at Politico, says while it’s likely that Joe Biden will run for president, it’s unlikely he’ll be the nominated Democrat.
Len Tannenbaum, Founder and CEO of Fifth Street Asset Management, discusses China’s economic slowdown and its impact on global markets.
Balatro’s CEO, Chris Skinner, discusses the outlook for the European banking sector and how financial firms are trying to restructure themselves.
China’s GDP data highlights evidence of a restructuring taking place in the economy, says David Lubin, head of emerging markets economics at Citi.
10 of the top oil and gas companies are collaborating on an initiative to crack down on climate change. BP’s CEO Bob Dudley explains.
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