Schneider Electric CEO and Chairman Jean-Pascal Tricoire takes a look at the leadership roles that will take place, following the merger announcement with Aveva.
Schneider Electric CEO and Chairman Jean-Pascal Tricoire talks about how the deal has taken into account the issues surrounding Brexit, with added comment on France’s president Emmanuel Macron.
Although it doesn't seem to be a policy per se, the U.S. government's only stance on North Korea's nuclear escalation is that it's open to options, Heather Williams, lecturer in defense studies at King's College London, said.
Germany needs to step up the pace in regard to digital innovation, and to further shape the car industry, Michael Fuchs, deputy chairman of the CDU-CSU Parliamentary Group, said.
From North Korea’s perspective, a nuclear program “seems pretty rational,” Heather Williams, lecturer in Defense Studies at King’s College London, said.
European markets were mixed on Tuesday morning, as geopolitical tension concerning North Korea kept investors at bay while markets lacked overnight guidance due to a Labor Day holiday in North America.
Individual European stocks are likely to show more differentiation once the European Central Bank starts tapering quantitative easing, John Baker, European equities portfolio manager at JPMorgan Asset Management, said.
Polls are meaningless because the actual German election will be the most important poll to consider, Michael Fuchs, deputy chairman of the CDU-CSU Parliamentary Group, said.
Infrastructure stocks just “don’t look interesting” in either the U.K. or the U.S. at the moment, Julian Howard, head of multi-asset solutions at GAM, said.
British house building firm Redrow has enjoyed strong growth despite fears of a Brexit slowdown in the housing market, CEO John Tutte told CNBC.
A shortage of housing is a clear concern but it is “not something that's going to be cured overnight,” Redrow CEO John Tutte told CNBC.
Swedish airline SAS has been through "painful" changes over the years, but this has made it more modern and competitive, CEO Rickard Gustafson told CNBC.
Washington has yet again responded to nuclear escalation from North Korea with strong words. CNBC’s Chery Kang reports.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel is the right person to help prevent other countries from following in the footsteps of the U.K., Michael Fuchs, deputy chairman at CDU-CSU Parliamentary Group, said.
Toyota Chairman Takeshi Uchiyamada is "not against electric vehicles," but believes there are business concerns about the technology that need to be addressed.
Italian lender Intesa Sanpaolo and Dutch lender ING are showing a lot of investment potential, John Baker, European equities portfolio manager at JPMorgan Asset Management, said.
Chinese President Xi Jinping is trying to present himself to the outside world as a champion of globalization at the BRICS summit. CNBC's Eunice Yoon reports.
Toyota has personally made it clear to governments that elements of the NAFTA trade agreement which are working for the economy must not change, Chairman Takeshi Uchiyamada told CNBC.
George Galliers, fundamental research analyst at Evercore ISI, said he agreed with Toyota Chairman Takeshi Uchiyamada's view that a move to pure electric vehicles would not be pragmatic.
It is no surprise that the values of Germany's biggest automaker stocks are declining, George Galliers, fundamental research analyst at Evercore ISI, said.
Geoff Cutmore is co-anchor for CNBC’s flagship programme Squawk Box in EMEA; the three-hour show bookends the opening of European equity markets.
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