Alison Deans, AA Deans Advisors, shares her outlook on the markets on the heels of Friday's jobs data. Investors are beginning to question whether they should be paying such high multiples for some companies, says Deans. Also Deans weighs in on bank stocks.» Read More
Mirada CEO, José Luis Vazquez discusses the Spanish elections from a business perspective.
PSOE’s secretary for economic policy, Manuel de la Rosa says Spain’s socialists have ruled out any type of “grand coalition.”
Be diversified and positioned in defensive sectors if you want to avoid the brunt of market volatility in 2016 says Maurits Heldring, senior equity research expert at ABN Ambro.
Ukraine has imposed a freeze on a $3 billion Eurobond held by Russia. Ukraine finance minister, Natalie Jaresko tells CNBC what the default means to the country.
Bob Parker, senior advisor for investment, strategy & research at Credit Suisse, looks at how well global markets have performed in 2015.
Which chart wins this week: Walt Disney or the U.S. dollar index? iiTRADER’s Oliver Sloup decides the winner. .
The FBI tweeted that it didn’t seize Martin Shkreli’s Wu-Tang Clan album. Todd Cipperman, founding principal at Cipperman Compliance Services, weighs in on the evidence.
Martin Shkreli was arrested by the FBI amid an investigation concerning securities fraud charges. Todd Cipperman, founding principal at Cipperman Compliance Services, discusses.
Real estate investors would rather flock to Dallas, Nashville and Atlanta, than New York in 2016. Mitch Roschelle, real estate advisory leader at PwC explains why with PwC's 2016’s predictions.
IMAX’s EMEA president, Andrew Cripps believes “The Force Awakens” will beat 2015’s other films, considering the advanced sales, hype and reviews.
Turismo de Portugal President, Joao Cotrim de Figueiredo, says financing has been available for Portugal’s tourism as its projects prove profitable.
Thomas Singlehurst, director and head of European media team at Citi, discusses the influence of technology on key broadcasters, including Sky.
John Hardy, head of FX strategy at Saxo Bank, says the Bank of Japan’s 'marginal' QE news disappointed the markets like the European Central Bank did.
Themis Themistokleous, CIO for EMEA at UBS, explains why there’s a low probability of a left-leaning coalition in Spain as voters head to the polls this weekend.
Josh McCallum, head of fixed income economics at UBS Asset Management, discusses stock market reactions following the Fed’s decision to raise rates.
What gifts are driving kids wild this Christmas and throughout 2015? TheToyInsider.com publisher, Laurie Schacht reveals.
Bankrate.com senior financial analyst, Greg McBride says U.S. consumers should be mindful of is what the cumulative effect could be, if the Fed continues to raise rates.
CentralNic CEO, Ben Crawford discusses the company’s involvement in Alphabet’s “.xyz” domain name and how they’re performing compared to the “GoDaddy’s of the world.”
European banks are looking to change their website domain names. CentralNic CEO, Ben Crawford explains how this improves a firm’s security.
Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy was punched in the face ahead of Sunday's general election. Financial Times’ Brussels bureau chief, Peter Spiegel discusses the ramifications.