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As the ECB launches its bond-buying program, Luciano Jannelli, chief economist at MIG Bank, explains why he is still "optimistic" about the euro zone.
Pierre Gramegna, finance minister of Luxembourg, says that all of Greece's reforms need to be accelerated.
Cyrus Mewawalla, managing director at CM Research, explains why people will buy the Apple Watch, saying that it's the "first Apple product that is always on you."
Albert Essien, CEO of Ecobank, talks about the biggest challenges the bank faces, and investment opportunities in Africa.
Emma Hogan, Britain correspondent at The Economist, talks about the U.K. elections in terms of risks for markets, Scottish independence and the possibility of a hung parliament.
European equities closed mixed on Friday, as fresh jobs data from the U.S. beat market expectations.
Advertising giant WPP is set to announce its full-year earnings next week. Thomas Singlehurst, head of European media equity research at Citi, discusses what to expect.
Guy Grainger, UK CEO of Jones Lang LaSalle, explains why online clothing brand ASOS has done better this year, and why it could move to the high street.
European equities ended higher on Thursday after the European Central Bank (ECB) set a start date for its bond-buying program and upped economic growth forecasts for the euro zone.
Salman Ahmed, global fixed income strategist at Lombard Odier Investment Managers, gives his reaction to the European Central Bank's meeting.
Gareth Isaac, fund manager of fixed income at Schroders, gives his reaction to the latest European Central Bank meeting and its discussion on the bond-buying program.
Caroline Neville, president of CEW (Cosmetic Executive Women), says that consumers want specialist products catered to their individual beauty regimes.
Sarah Brown, founder of Pai Skincare, talks about her business and how it's developed.
Deirdre Somers, CEO of the Irish Stock Exchange, talks about the Irish economy and the Irish stock exchange's position compared to other European stock exchanges.
Patrick Armstrong, CIO of Plurimi Investment Managers, expects there will be "no surprises" at the European Central Bank meeting tomorrow, at which the bank plans to roll out its bond-buying program.
Dieter Zetsche, chair of Daimler, says that he is unsure why Apple would want to enter the car industry, but that he would welcome them as either a partner or competition. Zetsche adds that Daimler would "exploit" any new technology opportunity.
Dieter Zetsche, chair of Daimler, talks about the firm's new vehicles and how Daimler's sales are improving in certain markets.
With the Nasdaq hitting 5,000, are we in a tech bubble? John Sculley, former CEO of Apple, weighs in on why he doesn't think we are.
With Samsung unveiling its S6 models, can it still remain competitive against Apple? John Sculley, former CEO of Apple, says that Samsung has to have more than "beautiful hardware" to beat the tech giant, Apple.
European equities closed lower Monday as a fall in the price of oil once again hit investor sentiment.