Louise Seamster, assistant professor at the University of Iowa, says student debt has become "big business" in America.
David Riley, chief investment strategist at BlueBay Asset Management, says Fed Chairman Jerome Powell is in a "very difficult position."
Douglas Yates, a professor at the American Graduate School in Paris, says French President Emmanuel Macron wants to establish some "reality" with the G-7 leaders.
Anna Ekstrom, Sweden's minister for education, says the country needs highly-skilled workers as it relies heavily on exporting goods.
"If the U.S. consumer was an economy, it's roughly the size of China and Germany put together," UBS Global Wealth Management's Mark Haefele said.
Ian Shepherdson, chief economist at Pantheon Macroeconomics, discusses the U.S. economy.
Sandra Wachter, associate professor for the Oxford Internet Institute, said new jobs will emerge due to artificial intelligence.
Niki Kerameus, Greece's education minister, said the country's new government wants it to become an educational hub at the heart of Southeastern Europe.
Shoqat Bunglawala of Goldman Sachs Asset Management discusses the U.S. economy.
Lorenzo Codogno, founder and chief economist of LC Macro Advisors, said the only political solution for Italy right now is a pact between the Democratic Party and the Five Star Movement.
Alessandro Alfieri, a Democratic Party senator, said the best option for Italy right now is a new government.
Kallum Pickering, senior economist at Berenberg, says the U.K. prime minister won't make progress with the EU until the threat of a hard Brexit becomes credible.
Alessia Berardi, senior economist at Amundi, says a better mix of fiscal and monetary policy is needed to address negative momentum in the European economy.
CNBC's Adam Reed goes behind the scenes at the 2019 Wimbledon Championships to discover how IBM uses data from matches to boost player performance.
Since NTT became the official tech partner of the Tour de France in 2015, the number of social media fans grew by 159%. CNBC's Adam Reed discovers how data from the riders is used to bring fans closer to the sport.
Li Andersson, Finland's minister of education and culture, says the country has built an education system that's accessible for all students.
Grace Suh, IBM's VP of education, says it's important for countries around the world to focus on the opportunities presented by technology.
John Fallon of Pearson talks about the big challenges facing the education sector right now.
Simon Derrick, chief currency strategist for BNY Mellon, discusses foreign exchange markets.
James Nixey, Russia and Eurasia program manager at Chatham House, discusses the recent protests in Moscow.
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