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David Harding, founder, chairman and CEO at Winton Capital Management, talks about the future trends in his industry, and how the Swiss National Bank's decision last week impacted them.
At the 2015 World Economic Forum, falling oil prices are a big concern. José Ignacio Sánchez Galán, CEO of Iberdrola, weighs in on the topic.
Low oil prices continue to be a heated topic at Davos. V Shankar, chief executive officer for Europe, Middle East, Africa and Americas at Standard Chartered, says there are clear winners and losers.
At the 2015 World Economic Forum, falling oil prices are a big concern. Peter Terium, CEO of RWE, says that we need to look for solutions, as consumers are paying too much for energy.
At Davos 2015, Dan Yergin, vice chairman of IHS, discusses global oil production and demand, from the U.S. to Saudi Arabia to Europe.
Ahead of the European Central Bank first meeting of 2015, Ángel Gurría, secretary-general at OECD says the ECB is "the last actor to join in" on quantitative easing, and they should "just do it already!"
At the World Economic Forum, the world's economic and business leaders give their thoughts on the '5 in 15' global issues.
At the World Economic Forum, Kasper Rorsted, CEO of Henkel discusses why he thinks Russia's worsening situation could negatively impact Europe and potentially bring it back in recession.
Mark Weinberger, EY chairman, talks about the U.S. government's tax reforms and employment rates, and adds that his company is continuing to give pay rises.
Central banks -- and the European Central Bank's decision on quantitative easing in particular -- are a big topic at this year's Davos. Here's what some world leaders think.
Dr Lin Boqiang, director at China's Center for Energy Economics Research at Xiamen University, says that "without a doubt" low oil prices are good for China.
At the World Economic Forum, Carlo Messina, CEO of Intesa Sanpaolo, says that banking reform is good for Italy, while discussing the impact of quantitative easing in Europe.
Ahead of Morgan Stanley announcing its fourth-quarter results, Marty Mosby, director of bank & equity strategies at Vining Sparks, says he expects them to beat estimates like Goldman Sachs.
Ahead of Obama's speech at his sixth State of the Union speech, Ben White, chief economic correspondent at Politico, says President Obama's main priority is "to associate himself with the recovering American economy" and his future plans with economic inequality.
With a bumpy start to the earnings season, could more focus on the consumer lead to a pick-up in earnings? Brian Reynolds, chief market strategist at Rosenblatt Securities, weighs in with his thoughts.
Chinese stocks have recovered after 2014's GDP result. Charlie Awdry, Chinese equity fund manager at Henderson Global Investors, says that investing is not about the rate of GDP growth and this shouldn't impact equities dramatically.
The World Economic Forum will see a flurry of world leaders; however Rajeev Vasudeva, CEO of Egon, says that there is a "shortage of leaders" to deal with the today's complex problems and many are "failing."
With China's economic growth hitting a 24 year low, Peter Thal Larsen, Asia editor at Reuters Breakingviews says that the next question for China is "how much of a slowdown are we looking at?" and how much does the authority need to interfere.
Ahead of the European Central Bank's first meeting of the year, Stewart Richardson, partner at RMG Wealth Management, says quantitative easing might help in the short term, but it won't help Europe out of its 'Japan-style' deflationary environment.
Is gold still a safe haven? Mark O'Byrne, executive and research director at GoldCore, seems to think so, saying that the Swiss National Bank's recent decision was the "icing on the cake" to show how gold thrives in a volatile environment.
Carolin Roth is co-anchor for Worldwide Exchange and based in London. Fluent in both German and English, she was previously CNBC's correspondent in Zurich.
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