Analysts at Goldman Sachs have named renewable energy companies that are set for "unprecedented growth" and said now is the time to invest.
Stocks could trade sideways as investors await the outcome of the Fed's June meeting next week.
Britain's economic output in April was a record 27.6% larger than 12 months before, official data showed on Friday.
JPMorgan and Jefferies picked U.S. and global stocks to play the boom in corporate spending.
Analysts at Bank of America have picked out beauty stocks that they believe will come back "stronger than ever" from the coronavirus pandemic.
The European Parliament last month paused the ratification of a new investment pact with China until Beijing lifted sanctions on the EU.
In an interview with CNBC's Annette Weisbach, RWE's Markus Krebber talked about reduction targets for CO2 emissions and the role of hydrogen going forward.
CPI inflation data is a highlight of the week ahead, as investors look forward to the Fed's June meeting.
There are signs that Russia's economy is overheating with annual inflation currently at 5.9%, Anton Siluanov, the country's finance minister, said Thursday.
Stifel added several stocks to its "top ideas" list that it says will benefit from a post-pandemic economic reopening, federal stimulus and exposure to China.
"I think the European Union as such has broken down completely," József Váradi, chief executive officer of budget airline Wizz Air told CNBC.
Russia’s central bank governor, Elvira Nabiullina, weighs in on Russia's strategy to "de-dollarize" its economy as part of a broader policy to manage foreign currency risks.
Just about every investor knows that inflation has arrived. The open question is, how long will it last?
Analysts named their top stock ideas for a post-pandemic bounce in the U.S. and Europe.
May's employment report is the big event in the week ahead, as stocks enter the often weak month of June.
Mary Nicola, global multi-asset portfolio manager at PineBridge Investments, discusses the potential for market overreaction to economic data and rising inflation.
The EU needs to be tougher on U.S. tech giants, France, Germany and the Netherlands say.
Consumers are about to spend billions saved during the coronavirus pandemic on vacations, autos and luxury goods, according to UBS.
There are long-term investment opportunities in these global stocks, according to Credit Suisse.