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Howard Shore, CEO of Shore Capital, says that small business in the U.K. are skeptical of the benefits of European Union membership.
Lea Dunand Chatellet, head of equities at Mirova, talks about the autos sectors in light of the Volkswagen emissions scandal.
Sasja Beslik, head of responsible investments at Nordea, explains why he has banned his fund managers from trading in Volkswagen stocks or bonds.
Gilles Moec, head of developed Europe economics at Bank of America Merrill Lynch, talks about the German recovery and how it is now driven more by domestic demand than exports.
Dean Blackburn, head of HSBC Expat, says more expats are looking to improve their work-life balance and not just to improve their career.
European stocks closed sharply lower on Thursday, as the fallout from the Volkswagen emissions scandal caused auto stocks to tumble with investors failing to take heart from positive German economic data.
Jamal Khashoggi, general manager of al-Arab News, updates CNBC on the disaster and explains some of the reasons why the stampede happened.
Russian President Vladimir Putin phoned Elton John on Thursday to tell him he would be ready to meet up for a chat with the British singer.
Ahead of this weekend's parliamentary elections in Catalonia, Artur Mas, the Catalonian president, says the region would not be expelled from the European Union if it became independent from Spain.
Jonathan Bell, CIO of Stanhope Capital, says the German economy should bounce back from the Volkswagen scandal, but it could take some time.
John Meyer, a mining analyst at SP Angel, says demand in China for metals and mining commodities is not picking up.
Arndt Ellinghorst, head of global automotive research at Evercore ISI, speculates who might replace Volkswagen's CEO Martin Winterkorn, who stepped down today over the diesel emissions scandal.
European stocks finished slightly higher on Wednesday, as investors got to grips with the latest in the Volkswagen emissions scandal and shook off renewed fears on China's economic health.
Hadley Gamble, CNBC correspondent, reports from Brussels on the decision by ministers to share the burden of migrants and asylum seekers among EU member states.
Volkswagen CEO Martin Martin Winterkorn resigns over the diesel car emissions scandal.
Matt DeLorenzo, managing editor at Kelley Blue Book, thinks car maker Volkswagen will face more than just class-action lawsuits, as CEO Martin Winterkorn resigns over the emission rigging scandal.
Volkswagen's emissions scandal fallout may not limit itself to just the automaker: Germany’s hard-won reputation for trustworthiness is at stake.
Hugh Jones, CEO of Accuity, says businesses may face compliance problems when they try to do business in new markets such as Iran, where sanctions are expected to be lifted next year.
Yazan Abdeen, head of MENA liquid assets at SEDCO Capital, discusses his company's experience of investing in the Saudi Arabian stock market.
European stocks ended sharply down on Tuesday, brought down by the auto sector tanking, several major mining companies being downgraded and oil prices weighing on investor sentiment.