Secretary of the Treasury Janet Yellen speaks to CNBC's Annette Weisbach in Bonn, Germany.
Luca Solca, managing director of luxury goods at Bernstein, shared a couple of examples of companies that investors could look to amid uncertainty in the sector.
Stéphane Boujnah, CEO of Euronext, discusses the pan-European bourse's first-quarter earnings and impact seen from the ongoing Russia-Ukraine conflict.
Sergio Colella, SITA's Europe president, gives the latest on how the aviation sector is coping with surging fuel prices, lingering Covid-19 pressures, and the green transition.
Ruhell Amin, head of retail equity research at William O'Neil, gives his outlook for the consumer retail sector as continued inflation and cost pressures weigh down earnings.
Emirates shares could be available to buy "sometime in the future," Chairman Ahmed Al Maktoum says.
Saudi Arabia reached over 62 million visits last year, says CEO of Saudi's Tourism Authority Fahd Hamidaddin.
Richard Windsor, founder of Radio Free Mobile, also believes that Twitter is worth less than half of what Elon Musk initially offered to pay for the company.
Sam Zief, head of global FX strategy at JPMorgan Private Bank, explains how investors can seek to capitalize on volatility in the foreign exchange markets, and how the outlook is shaping up for t...
Central banks have been behind the curve and we are already in a recession, says Thanos Papasavvas, founder and CIO of London-based ABP Invest, who also sees equities as currently overvalued.
As real rates increase, investors will get a better form of protection if they are invested in the value space, says Elise Badoy, head of equity research for Europe, the Middle East and Africa.
Managing Director & Senior Equity Research Analyst Daniel Ives of Wedbush says “Musk still wants to get the deal done but at a lower price.”
Russia does not see Finnish and Swedish accession to NATO as a military threat, says Former Finnish Prime Minister Alexander Stubb, currently the director and professor of the School of Transnati...
Jackie Stevenson, Global CEO of creative agency The Brooklyn Brothers, shares her career-defining lightbulb moment with CNBC's "My Biggest Lessons."
Andrew Lee, managing director at the Wall Street investment bank, points to a sector with "material hidden value." He adds that returns in the space are set to double by the end of the decade as ...
Andrew Lee, managing director at the Wall Street bank, says current inflationary pressures are potentially supportive for the best positioned telecoms companies in the markets.
Linghao Bao, tech analyst at Trivium China, discusses potential outcomes of the expected meeting this week between the CPPCC and large tech firms given the country's economic slowdown.
John Rich, executive chairman of MHP, lays out the central challenges in harvesting and exporting key agricultural commodities and how the current crisis may reshape the future of food production...
Major Chinese technology companies will report first-quarter earnings in the coming weeks. But there are a number of headwinds, including China's Covid lockdowns and continued regulatory tighteni...
EU Chamber of Commerce President Jorg Wuttke discusses the impact of the Shanghai lockdown on global supply chains and European businesses exporting goods from China.
Beat Wittman, partner at Zurich-based Porta Advisors, discusses the outlook for stock market volatility in the face of persistent supply chain bottlenecks and soaring inflation.
European Commissioner for the Internal Market, Thierry Breton, said he is concerned about several issues, and outlines what the priorities are in discussions with the United States.
Following Russia's invasion of Ukraine, and resultant sanctions on President Putin's oligarch elite, a spotlight has been firmly cast on the British capital and its complicity as a store for dirt...
Andrew Whitelaw, manager of commodity market insights at Thomas Elder Markets, discusses the ramifications of India’s ban on wheat exports and the outlook for grain prices.
Jean-Claude Trichet, former president of the ECB, discusses the necessary steps for central banks to tame inflation expectations over the medium term.
CNBC's Steve Sedgwick is in Stockholm, Sweden, where the government is making moves to join the military alliance NATO.
Hezbollah loses seats in Lebanon’s election as independent candidates gain ground. Taqaddom leader Laury Haytayan speaks to CNBC.
Lily Zhang, CFO of Huobi, discusses the volatile moves in the cryptocurrencies, sharing her take on how investors can navigate the industry.
Former Aramco EVP Sadad Al-Husseini discusses the oil giant's earnings after it reported an 82% rise in first-quarter net profit.
U.S. Trade Representative Katherine Tai tells CNBC's Silvia Amaro that the Biden administration is closely monitoring the price and flow of agricultural products across the world.