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
Ben Laidler, global equity strategist at HSBC, discusses what’s rattling markets lately, and why there’s room for them to gradually move higher.
Deutsche bank says it’s bracing for a loss before taxes of 6 billion euros in Q3, due to massive writedowns. Filippo Alloatti, senior credit analyst at Hermes Fund Managers, discusses.
Mikko Hypponen, chief research officer at F-Secure, discusses how cyber-espionage attacks vary between Russia and the likes of China and the U.S.
Thomas Flohr, chairman and founder of VistaJet, says the group has seen a growth in its international traffic, in particular in the U.S., for private jet hire.
Kirsty Wilson, global research editor at Mergermarket, explains why M&A activity shouldn't slow if the Bank of England raises rates, but a Brexit could be problematic.
Castrol’s “Nexcel” cartridge gives you a 90 second engine oil change. Richard Parry-Jones, chairman of Nexcel advisory board, explains.
Richard Parry-Jones, former head of global R&D operations at Ford Motor Company, says Volkswagen's scandal underlines the importance of environmental responsibility and new technologies.
Adam Cole, head of currency strategy at RBC, explains why the market is “far too sanguine” in where it prices an interest rate hike by the Bank of England.
U.K. prime minister, David Cameron, says if Britain can keep its promises so should Europe, when discussing the refugee crisis and Syrian conflict.
U.K. prime minister, David Cameron, explains what the Conservative party is doing to keep the U.K. as safe a place as possible.
U.K. prime minister, David Cameron, says Britain’s influence and prosperity are his two main concerns when it comes to securing a better EU deal.
U.K. prime minister, David Cameron, says the U.K. is “on the brink of something special” as many sectors continue to excel; however, there are more stepping stones ahead.
Ross Givens, chief market analyst at Wealth Empire, says companies are using China as a scapegoat, and Yum! Brands’ new price will accurately reflect their worth.
Brett Wong, equity research analyst at Piper Jaffray, gives his expectations on Monsanto’s Q4 figures, adding another Syngenta bid may happen down the road.
Andrew Burkly, managing director, head of institutional portfolio strategy at Oppenheimer & Co., explains why companies are holding back from going public during this volatile market season.
Adrian Mowat, EM and Asian equity strategist at JPMorgan, says while China has serious economic issues, the stock market is doing a “good job” in discounting the country’s transition.
Richard Hyman, retail analyst at RAH Advisory Ltd, expects more disappointing Tesco figures, as it continues to lose market share to cheaper supermarkets.
Charles Dumas, chairman at Lombard Street Research, says if Japan continues QE at 15-20 percent of GDP, there’s real risk that inflation may “spiral out of control.”
Andrew Holland, European and U.S. beverage research analyst at Societe Generale, explains why stakeholders want SABMiller to keep AB InBev's offer on the table.
Jeffrey Kleintop, chief global investment strategist at Charles Schwab, discusses the benefits of the Trans-Pacific Partnership.