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  • Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte

    As members of the Dutch parliament convene on Tuesday afternoon to discuss the collapse of the country’s government, analysts warn that the Netherlands will likely continue to face political instability that will set investors’ nerves on edge despite the country’s healthy fundamentals.

  • The European Central Bank must go beyond liquidity injections and buy more government bonds to address the sovereign debt crisis in Europe before further problems arise with even serious consequences for the euro, Pierre Lagrange, co-founder of investment manager GLG and founder of MAN Asia said on Tuesday.

  • Spain

    Economic fundamentals in Europe are improving substantially and Spain will not need additional aid as the results of its reforms will become apparent in six months’ time, ECB Governing Council Member Ewald Nowotny told CNBC’s “Squawk Box” on Monday.

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    The European Central Bank’s twin 3-year refinancing operations, known as Long-Term Refinancing Operations (LTROs), have not solved Europe’s problems, but have distorted markets which are now reacting excessively to marginal pieces of news, Saxobank’s chief economist Steen Jakobsen said on Friday.

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    Levels of government debt have soared in most countries since 2008 as a result of the financial crisis and will need to be brought down to “prudent” levels of around 50 percent of gross domestic product to cope with future challenges including health and long-term care and pensions, the OECD said in a report published on Thursday.

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    The tale of ever-tightening oil inventories and reduced supply appears to be coming to an end, the International Energy Agency said on Thursday.

  • Gold

    Investors should make the most of recent falls in the price of gold and buy the precious metal by the summer to benefit from another record high by the end of the year, analysts said on Tuesday.

  • French President Nicholas Sarkozy

    French President Nicolas Sarkozy is expected to unveil a handful of new measures to reinforce proposals he has already outlined, as well as a “Letter to the French people” on his vision for the country’s future as he steps up his campaign for re-election.

  • Amsterdam, the Netherlands

    Known for their strong work ethic and no-nonsense attitude, the Dutch were close to losing their patience with troubled Greece earlier this year. But with the AAA-rated country now also firmly among the euro zone’s budget sinners, it needs to get its books in order fast.

  • Young businessman who walks with superior

    Despite levels of public debt which are already among the world’s highest, Japan must not hesitate to issue more debt to stimulate its economy, Professor Eisuke Sakakibara, former vice finance minister of Japan told CNBC on Monday.

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