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The battle to win hearts and minds in the conflict between Russia and the West has seen another salvo.
European equities closed mostly flat to higher on Thursday, as investors reacted to a dovish statement from the U.S. Federal Reserve.
Norway's Central Bank has surprised markets by keeping its rates on hold. Oystein Olsen, Governor of Norges Bank, discusses whether the bank would consider going into negative territory.
Will Germany and Greece ever find an agreement that works for both of them? CNBC's Julia Chatterley discusses the latest, with responses from Greece's Prime Minister, Alexis Tsipras, and UK Prime Minister, David Cameron.
Bob McKee, chief economist at Independent Strategy Ltd, discusses Greece in terms of what they can do to pay back their debt.
Wilbur Ross, Chairman & CEO of WL Ross & Co. LLC, says that the cheap oil prices add an extra $90 a month into each U.S. family's pocket.
Wilbur Ross, Chairman & CEO of WL Ross & Co. LLC, says that the greater danger for the US Federal Reserve is raising key interest rates too soon.
Supermodel, Bar Refaeli says she hopes for a change in Israel following the Likud victory in yesterday's elections.
Jean-Claude Biver, CEO of Tag Heuer, talks about the impact of the strong Swiss franc on the company, saying "we are capable to adapt."
Fawaz Gruosi, Founder & Creative Director of 'de Grisogono', talks about whether he was worried about the impact of the strong Swiss franc on the jewellery market.
European equities closed mixed on Wednesday as investors awaited the outcome of the U.S. Federal Reserve's two-day policy meeting and digested the annual U.K. Budget statement.
Talking about the UK budget, Dr. Brian Hilliard, chief UK economist at Societe Generale, says that the UK is "doing pretty well, but there's more to be done."
The last U.K. budget speech before the U.K. general election has taken place. Andrea Leadsom, Economic Secretary to the Treasury of the Conservative Party, gives her reactions.
After the UK budget meeting, Chris Leslie, Shadow Chief Secretary to the Treasury, gives his reaction, explaining why the Labour plan is better for certain sectors.
Riksbank has cut its rates again -- to negative 0.25 percent. Stefan Ingves, Governor of Sveriges Riksbank, said they weren't in a currency war, but that inflation has been quite low for a while, and the Riksbank wants to be on "the safe side."
Jeff Saut, chief investment strategist at Raymond James, talks about the impact of the European Central Bank's bond-buying program, while commenting on the Federal Reserve's rhetoric.
At the UK budget debate, Ed Miliband, leader of the opposition Labour party, criticizes the speech by George Osborne, U.K. Chancellor of the Exchequer, as a Budget no one would believe.
Rob Wood, chief UK economist at Berenberg, said there were a "few crowd-pleasing measures" in the UK budget speech.
At this year's Budget, U.K. Chancellor of the Exchequer, George Osborne, discusses the progress the country's economy has made over the last five years.
George Osborne, U.K. chancellor of the exchequer, says the U.K. must stick to its long-term economic plan, in this year's Budget statement.