AB InBev’s latest earnings show the firm is struggling and its model of producing and marketing big beer brands isn’t working like it used to, says Jonny Forsyth, global drinks analyst at Mintel.
Jonathan Wober, chief financial analyst at CAPA - Centre for Aviation, looks at Air France-KLM’s earnings and where the company can improve in future months.
Beth Pickens, managing director of global consumer and retail at William Blair, explains how U.K. retailer Next can enhance its relationship with the consumer.
Is the first quarter weakness in U.S. GDP growth expected to last for longer? Lindsey Piegza, chief economist at Stifel Fixed Income, weighs in.
Georgette Boele, co-ordinator FX & precious metals strategy at ABN AMRO, looks at spot gold and how its price could react to the upcoming non-farm payrolls data.
Apple is a 'wonderful' company but its growth will slow as new competitors enter its space, says The Pain Report's author Jonathan Pain.
The ratings agency wants to see if there will be any stabilization or decrease in government debt, says Moody's sovereign group rating senior VP, Marie Diron.
While HSBC's Q1 bottomline was better than expected, it still needs to find new growth drivers, says Huarong International Securities's Jackson Wong.
The Australian budget did not give a vision for a productive economy, says The Pain Report's author Jonathan Pain.
The RBA probably saw few risks from cutting interest rates as inflation is low, says National Australia Bank's FX strategy co-head, Ray Attrill.