Axel Merk of Merk Investments and Simon Constable of The Wall Street Journal explain what’s at stake in Scotland.
FBN’s Ashley Webster, BlackRock chief investment strategist Russ Koesterich, Voya Investment Strategist Doug Cote and The Economist editor-in-chief John Micklethwait discuss the economic impact of Scotland’s possible succession from the UK.
Deutsche Bank senior U.S. economist Carl Riccadonna gives his outlook for the markets and the U.S. economy.
Raymond James chief investment strategist Jeff Saut, Jefferies chief market strategist David Zervos and Greg McBride of Bankrate.com discuss the August jobs report.
FOREX.com Research Director Kathleen Brooks on the latest ECB interest rate decision and the European markets.
Bankor’s Bill Hubard on the latest BOE interest rate decision and the European markets.
Alpari’s Craig Erlam on the European markets.
WSJ chief economics correspondent Jon Hilsenrath on what Central Banks are talking about outside of the U.S.
ETX Capital’s Joe Rundle with the latest on the European markets.
Wall Street Journal’s Simon Constable weighs in on how markets will react to Fedspeak in Jackson Hole.
Federated Investors Chief Equity Strategist Phil Orlando and former National Economic Council member Philippa Malmgren on how the midterm elections will affect the markets.
Bankor’s Bill Hubard on the European markets.
JP Morgan Private Bank CIO Richard Madigan on the Bank of England ’s minutes affecting global markets.
Scottish citizens Andy Matthew and Gary Fortune-Smith weigh in on Scotland’s independence vote.
FBN’s Liz MacDonald gives insight into Scotland’s independence vote.
FBN’s Liz MacDonald on growing fears of a run on banks if Scotland votes for independence.
John Browne of Euro Pacific Capital discusses Scotland’s vote for independence.
IG market analyst Chris Beauchamp on the European markets.
Former Goldman Sachs asset management CEO Jim O’Neill on the implications of Scotland gaining independence from the U.K.
FBN’s Ashley Webster, United Advisors chief market strategist Scott Martin and Hedgeye CEO Keith McCullough discuss the implications of Lloyds and RBS moving to England if Scotland gains independence from the U.K.