European stocks closed sharply higher on Friday after the U.S. added an impressive 255,000 jobs during the month of July.
Thursday’s Bank of England announcement has left analysts contemplating what it could mean for the U.K. property market.
CNBC's Gemma Acton reports on how banks have responded to the Bank of England's decision to cut interest rates by a quarter of a percent.
Mark Grant, Hilltop Securities Managing Director, discusses the Bank of England's rate cut and what it could spell for Treasurys and the Federal Reserve.
Peter Rosenstreich, head of market strategy at Swissquote Bank, talks about the main takeaways form the Bank of England’s latest policy meeting.
Asia markets closed mixed on Friday in the wake of the BOE's rate cut, with traders looking ahead to the July U.S. non-farm payrolls report.
Ewen Stevenson, CFO of RBS, discusses the possibility of charging business customers if U.K. interest rates go into negative territory.
Hans Redeker, global head of foreign exchange strategy at Morgan Stanley, comments on what the Bank of England's rate cut means for the U.K. economy.
Ewen Stevenson, CFO of RBS, comments on the bank's capital levels following stress tests and talks about the Bank of England interest rate cut.
The U.S. dollar is likely to remain rangebound, the euro looks slightly bearish while the yen looks positive, says Nikko Asset Management's Roger Bridges.
Recession risks are rising globally with high gold prices a sign that investors are worried, says Taurus Wealth Advisors' ED, Michael Preiss.
BOE's aggressive moves including the new Term Funding Scheme are pushing the sterling down, says Westpac Bank's senior currency strategist, Sean Callow.
Demand for loans remains weak and banks are under-capitalized, says Adam Posen, who was a rate-setter at the BOE between 2009 and 2012.
BOE financing is all well and good but a lack of demand remains the fundamental problem, notes John Silvia of Wells Fargo Securities.
Kumar Palghat of Kapstream Capital discusses how lower interest rates can lead to higher savings, instead of more consumption.
David Dietze of Point View Wealth Management notes that while the BOE's actions will help the U.K. economy, eroding confidence remains a problem.
A lack of demand for loans and weak capital at banks are among the main reasons why former MPC member Adam Posen doesn't think it will work.
The "Fast Money" traders share what to keep an eye on tomorrow, including the jobs number.
Sterling saw its biggest falls since the aftermath of June's Brexit vote.
Discussing the current state of the market with Ron Weiner, RDM Financial Managing Director; Jonathan Corpina, Meridian Equity Partners Senior Managing Partner; and CNBC's Rick Santelli.