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Brand USA is actively involved in Asian markets to tap into the "aspirational" nature of travel to the U.S., said Chris Thompson CEO of Brand USA.

U.S. credit markets have doubled in size while dealer inventory has fallen, creating a shortage of buyers, said Gemma Godfrey, head of investment strategy at Brooks Macdonald,

Draghi 'says whatever it takes': Pro     Thu, 3 Jul '14 | 4:00 AM ET

Alan Miller, founding partner at SCM Private, says European Central Bank President Mario Draghi "says whatever it takes" rather than taking meaningful action.

Kent Bowen, CEO of Lupita Mexican Restaurants, says as the U.K. economy recovers, consumers are buying premium products which is helping his company grow.

Michael Pettis, finance professor at Peking University, explains why China could be in for a "long landing".

Patrick Gibbels, secretary general of European Small Business Alliance, says the interest rates offered by European banks to small- and medium-sized businesses are not "feasible" for companies looking to borrow.

Bjørn Kjos, CEO of Norwegian, says complaints by U.S. pilot unions about the airline's labor policies are not grounded in fact and American carriers are "afraid of competition".

Ashish Shah, head of credit at AllianceBernstein, says there is positive growth across the developed world despite a shaky start to the year for the U.S.

Michael Abraham, co-head of private equity sponsors at UBS, says leverage in the private equity sector is rising "rapidly" to "concerning levels".

Luis Costa, emerging market strategist at Citi, says the European Central Bank will introduce "dovish" policies to unlock growth in the euro zone over the next few months.

CNBC Meets Aerin Lauder, part two     Wed, 2 Jul '14 | 7:00 PM ET

CNBC meets Aerin Lauder, the granddaughter of beauty icon Estee Lauder, part two.

European markets opened slightly higher on Thursday, ahead of the European Central Bank's monthly policy meeting and a key U.S. jobs report.

Huw Pill, chief European economist at Goldman Sachs, discusses why banks in the euro zone are not lending more to businesses, ahead of the European Central Bank meeting.

The problems with telco M&A in France     Thu, 3 Jul '14 | 2:15 AM ET

Christopher Nicholson, director and founder of Oraca, says when companies undertake mergers and acquisitions in France, they do not restructure to become competitive.

CNBC Meets Aerin Lauder, part one     Wed, 2 Jul '14 | 7:00 PM ET

CNBC meets Aerin Lauder, the granddaughter of beauty icon Estee Lauder part 1.

Steven Bell, director at F&C Asset Management, says the effects of an interest rate hike from the Federal Reserve on bond yields will not be detrimental.

Sarkozy probe politically motivated?     Thu, 3 Jul '14 | 1:24 AM ET

Former French President Nicolas Sarkozy says the corruption investigation into his activities is influenced by politics. CNBC's Stephane Pedrazzi reports on what it means for his re-election chances.

Indiegogo Co-Founder Danae Ringelmann explains how her platform - the largest in the world for crowdfunding - makes money.

London housing market to soften: Pro     Wed, 2 Jul '14 | 11:30 AM ET

Robert Gardner, chief economist at Nationwide, discusses the U.K. property market, and says that price growth in London should start to moderate in the months to come.

There is a lot of "pricing power" in the services sector of U.S. shale gas, due to a limited pool of expertise, according to Edmund Shing, equity portfolio manager at BCS Financial Group.

European market closes higher     Wed, 2 Jul '14 | 11:30 AM ET

European shares closed higher on Wednesday, ahead of the ECB's latest policy decision and the all-important official U.S. employment numbers.

US 'war for talent' to intensify: Pro     Wed, 2 Jul '14 | 5:50 AM ET

There is a wealth of opportunity for highly skilled individuals as the pool of available workers in the U.S. shrinks, says Daryl Pigat, Wall Street branch manager at Robert Half.

Robert Tuchman, president at Goviva, explains why this World Cup has been pivotal for the perception of soccer in the U.S and that advertisers will definitely "start pouring money" in the sport.

Peter Garnry, equity strategist at Saxo Bank, says the environment is "clearly in favor of equities" and outlines his investment strategy including his top picks.

Mark Stefanini, lawyer at Mayer Brown, discusses Argentina's bond default and the difficulties facing the country.

Jim Tankersley, economic policy correspondent at The Washington Post, says the Fed chairman, Janet Yellen, is unlikely to give any indication that the central bank is deviating from its path.

Frances Lun, CEO of GEO Securities, says that it's business as usual in Hong Kong despite the massive pro-democracy protests.

Art: London is great hub     Wed, 2 Jul '14 | 4:40 AM ET

Nazy Vassegh, CEO of Masterpiece, discusses the art market as the Masterpiece event comes to an end in London and talks about why London is such a "great international hub" for the art investors.

Wolfango Piccoli, managing director at Teneo Intelligence, says the election of Tayyip Erdogan as Turkey's president will mean more uncertainty and no reforms for at least a year.

Urs Ramseier, chairman at Twelve Capital, says that the main benefit of catastrophe bonds is that they are "uncorrelated with other assets" and discusses spreads.

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