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Chic Brodie, South Scotland MSP for the Scottish National Party, says Scotland still can tap £1.3 trillion ($2.2 trillion) of North Sea oil revenues.

Tom Hunter, founder of West Coast Capital, says a break-up of the U.K.'s currency union would be expensive, and it would be better for Scotland to keep the British pound.

Jacques van den Broek, CEO of Randstad, says the French market is still "sluggish" but the U.S. has returned to being a growth market for the company.

Thanos Papasavvas, fixed income and currencies strategist at Investec Asset Management, says a flaring up of geopolitical tension could spark an increase in volatility in the currency market.

CNBC's U.K business editor Helia Ebrahimi, reports on what is at stake for businesses and politics in the Scottish independence referendum.

Lars Machenil, CFO of BNP Paribas, says the company posted "solid" results which "bodes well" for future development.

Jon Brager, senior credit analyst at Hermes Fund Managers, comments on the European auto sector, and says Peugeot's rights issue will allow it to focus on "managing a car business again."

Charlie Clark, CEO of Rosslyn Data Technologies, says his firm helps companies to extract and analyze their own data, in order to increase sales, operating efficiency or manage risks.

Assa Abloy optimistic on Europe: CEO     Tue, 29 Apr '14 | 11:34 AM ET

Europe seems to have awaken again says Johan Molin, CEO of Assa Abloy, adding that he is "rather optimistic" about the region.

'Contrasted' picture for Capgemini: CFO     Tue, 29 Apr '14 | 11:33 AM ET

Capgemini CFO Aiman Ezzat says the picture remains "very contrasted" for the company, after it posted first quarter earnings. While most regions recorded growth, Capgemini still saw weakness in continental Europe.

European market closes higher     Tue, 29 Apr '14 | 11:30 AM ET

European shares closed higher on Tuesday, as a slew of corporate earnings boosted stocks, and positive data from Nokia helping to spur a rally in technology stocks.

France's economy minister, Arnaud Montebourg, says General Electric "masked" its move on Alstom.

'Big gains' are behind us: Pro     Tue, 29 Apr '14 | 11:00 AM ET

Scott Mather, deputy CIO at PIMCO, expects both equity and bond markets to be "much more volatile" going forward and says spreads in Europe should continue to compress.

Teams in Oxford, U.K., and Boston, U.S., are working on new designs for plane engines, with the potential to create a "very high-speed aircraft" and take fuel out of the equation altogether.

Digital boost to plane manufacturing     Sun, 27 Apr '14 | 7:00 PM ET

CNBC visits BAE Systems to see first-hand how digital technologies and 3D printing are changing the face of plane manufacturing.

Check it out: Honda's new jet     Sun, 27 Apr '14 | 7:00 PM ET

CNBC catches up with Michimasa Fujino, president and CEO of Honda Aircraft, to learn more about the group's new business jet, which can fly higher, faster and is more fuel-efficient than its competitors.

The French government will take the "necessary steps" to defend the interest of the country, says economy Minister, Arnaud Montebourg, commenting on a potential Alstom takeover.

Ranjith Gopinathan, program manager at Frost & Sullivan, , says that the U.K. tax system is one of the key reasons why Pfizer wants to acquire AstraZeneca.

Cyber-security 'getting better': Pro     Tue, 29 Apr '14 | 5:20 AM ET

Kevin Mandia, COO at FireEye, discusses Microsoft's current browser bug and how companies can safeguard their enterprise against cyber-attacks.

Deutsche still facing big issues: Pro     Tue, 29 Apr '14 | 5:00 AM ET

Simon Maughan, head of research at OTAS Technologies, says Deutsche Bank remains very leveraged and that the "bigger issues" facing the German lender are still very much there.

Brett Meyers, CEO of CurrencyFair, says that by matching global money transfers, actual funds don't need to be sent and can therefore benefit from better rates.

Edoardo Bressanelli, lecturer in European politics at King's College London, discusses the first televised debate between hopefuls for the presidency of the European Commission.

Is France too optimistic with growth?     Tue, 29 Apr '14 | 4:30 AM ET

Philippe Waechter, head of economic research at Natixis Asset Management, says the new French plan to tackle the country's deficit is too dependent on strong growth forecasts.

UK: Productivity still 'very low'     Tue, 29 Apr '14 | 4:30 AM ET

Simon Baptist, regional director for Asia at EIU, comments on U.K. GDP and says growth should drop later this year as investments slow.

Joseph Dayan, head of markets at BCS Financial Group, discuss the new sanctions on Russia and the impact it could have for global firms - such as BP.

BP: 'No end in sight' for litigation     Tue, 29 Apr '14 | 4:00 AM ET

Neil Atkinson, head of analysis at Lloyd's List Intelligence, says that it's difficult to hold a long-term view on BP while the impact of the Gulf of Mexico oil spill is still being calculated.

Gautam Batra, investment strategist at Signia Wealth, says there is the possibility of a "post-spring weakness" in the U.S. economy.

How will wearable technology change the way we live?

Dirk Becker, deputy head of German research at Kepler Cheuvreux, says the litigation costs for Deutsche Bank are priced in to the stock.

Win Bischoff, former chairman of Lloyds Bank, says there will always be concern from governments when a big national company is the subject if a takeover bid.

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