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Myles Bradshaw, senior vice president and portfolio manager at Pimco, comments on the European bond market and how it will react to ECB action ¿ from a rate cut to quantitative easing.

Why the ECB might never do QE     Thu, 5 Jun '14 | 7:20 AM ET

James Richard, author of 'The Death of Money', says the ECB won't do anything besides cutting rates as it wouldn't be in its mandate and says Mario Draghi is the "only central banker who actually know what to do."

UK economy not that 'fantastic': Pro     Thu, 5 Jun '14 | 7:00 AM ET

David Bloom, global head of foreign exchange strategy at HSBC, says that the U.K. "rosy environment" is priced in and that it is not the "fantastic story" people think it is.

Arne Lohmann Rasmussen, chief analyst at Danske Bank, says that an ECB negative deposit rate would have a "huge impact" on assets and push banks into periphery bonds.

Lucrezia Reichlin, professor of economics and chair at the economics department of the London Business School, discusses the potential negative consequences of an ECB negative deposit rate.

UK housing: What can the BoE do?     Thu, 5 Jun '14 | 6:30 AM ET

Lucian Cook, head of residential research at Savills and James Sproule, chief economist at the Institute of Directors, discuss the U.K. housing market and the impact BoE measures have had or could have.

Gawain Morrison, co-founder and CEO of Sensum, explains how his company uses wearable tech to measure people's emotional engagement to content - potentially saving advertisers money.

Erik Nielsen, chief economist at Unicredit, says a negative deposit rate would be a "bad" and "ineffective" measure and that the ECB should concentrate on the liquidity side.

Stefan Keitel, CIO at Berenberg, says that the implementation of a negative deposit rate by the ECB would be a "non-event" as the market is prepared and that only a surprising move would impact the euro.

Amelia Bourdeau, Director, FX Sales at UniCredit Bank AG, talks about how to trade the euro ahead of the ECB meeting.

Jharonne Martis, Director of Research at Thomson Reuters talks about what to expect from U.S. May retail sales.

Phil DeMuth, managing director at Conservative Wealth Management says that Draghi is King Kong having to take on Godzilla of global deflation stomping on Toyko and now threatening the Eurozone.

Hans-Werner Sinn, President at the Ifo Institute for Economic Research, says that southern Europe needs deflation to improve its international competitiveness, and that ECB policies could slow this process.

Michael Buhl, CEO of CEE Stock Exchange Group, the leading exchange group in central and Eastern Europe, says that trading is "booming".

Jeroen Dijsselbloem, president of the Eurogroup says that deflation talk can become a "self-fulfilling prophecy".

Markus Miele, managing director and co-proprietor of Miele, says that the euro allows the company to export a lot more and explains why the main production plant remains in Germany.

Lars Feld, member of the German Council of Economic Experts, discusses the German economy and says any ECB action to boost inflation will be accepted by the Germans, keen to promote the bank¿s independence.

David Lipton, first deputy managing director at the IMF, discusses the outlook for the Chinese economy and says the authorities should focus on fiscal measures to support household income and spending.

Nick Leslau, chairman of Prestbury Investments, comments on the company's upcoming flotation and on the U.K.'s real estate market.

Andreas Treichl, CEO of Erste Group Bank, says that people are not borrowing because they lack confidence -- which is not something the ECB can address.

European market opens mixed     Thu, 5 Jun '14 | 3:00 AM ET

European shares opened mixed with traders eagerly anticipating a rate decision from the European Central Bank on Thursday and any further stimulus measures that President Mario Draghi could announce.

Jose M. Linares, head of global corporate bank for EMEA at JPMorgan, comments on the capital position of European companies and how ECB action could impact it.

CNBC Meets: Sung-Joo Kim, part two     Tue, 3 Jun '14 | 7:00 PM ET

In part two, Sung-Joo Kim talks about how she was forced to sell the rights to distribute exclusively Gucci during the Asian financial crisis in 1997, when her firm lost $30 million overnight.

The ECB has waited this long to act because it wanted to achieve a high consensus argues Lorenzo Bini Smaghi, former ECB executive board member and chairman at Snam.

CP Gurnani, CEO of Tech Mahindra, says Narendra Modi, India's prime minister has realized the potential of digital and discusses the group¿s strategy.

Jim McCaughan, CEO of Principal Global Investors, discusses U.S. jobs and says that so far job creation has been consistent with 2.5 to 3 percent growth for the U.S. in the second quarter.

BoE: Focus is on the housing market     Thu, 5 Jun '14 | 1:53 AM ET

Investors should expect the housing market to be in focus at the Bank of England's June meeting, but a rate hike is not on the cards, CNBC's Helia Ebrahimi reports.

Michael Gallagher, director of research at IDEAglobal, says the Fed will likely be less dovish in its coming meeting, which should push global yields higher.

CNBC Meets: Sung-Joo Kim, part one     Tue, 3 Jun '14 | 7:00 PM ET

CNBC Meets Tania Bryer meets business leader and philanthropist, Sung-Joo Kim who discusses how she escaped the constraints of a strict patriarchal household and society.

George Nast, global head of products and transaction banking at Standard Chartered, discusses whether the Chinese renminbi can become a reserve currency and says there's been "massive growth" in its use to close transactions.

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