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The Hong Kong protests are "unsettling" for businesses, says Anson Chan, former Hong Kong chief secretary, adding that the international community should be more involved.

Anson Chan, former Hong Kong chief secretary, says the Hong Kong authorities' response to the protests is surprising, and that this crisis is entirely "of the government's making".

Why you should short the euro     Tue, 30 Sep '14 | 11:00 AM ET

Phyllis Papadavid, senior global foreign exchange strategist at BNP Paribas, says the latest euro zone inflation data "confirms" that investors should short the euro against a range of G10 currencies.

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

European shares closed broadly higher on Tuesday, as investors focused on key data from the euro zone rather than the geopolitical risk posed by the protests in Hong Kong.

The European Commission has found that Apple's Irish tax deal was in breach of European Union law. CNBC's Catherine Boyle reports on the "interesting" timing of the announcement.

Retain market weight in Hong Kong: Pro     Tue, 30 Sep '14 | 5:50 AM ET

John Krey, director at S&P Capital IQ, says investors should continue to have a "market weight" in Hong Kong despite the protests and discusses emerging markets, including India.

What to expect from Walgreens     Tue, 30 Sep '14 | 5:30 AM ET

George Hill, analyst at Deutsche Bank, discusses Walgreens ahead of earnings and explains his buy rating on the stock following the Alliance Boots acquisition.

Should you buy bad bank loans?     Tue, 30 Sep '14 | 5:20 AM ET

Zak Summerscale, CIO for European high yield ay Babson Capital, says that there are some "great opportunities" in the high yield market - such as buying loans from European bad banks.

Markets are 'very jittery': Pro     Tue, 30 Sep '14 | 5:00 AM ET

Ken Kamen, president at Mercadien Asset Management, says investors shouldn't be too concerned about the Hong Kong protests and discusses investment strategy.

Dennis Okhuijsen, CFO at Altice, says the group is likely to issue bonds to finance deals in the coming year and that it will divest one of its businesses for the Numericable/SFR deal to go through.

Matthew Hancock, U.K. business and enterprise minister, comments on the Conservative Party Conference - which was hit by another defection to UKIP - and on the government's shale position.

Thanos Vamvakidis, head of European G10 foreign exchange strategy at BofA Merrill Lynch Global Research, says there is still room to increase dollar positions as the currency should continue its strengthen.

Jim McCaughan, CEO of Principal Global Investors, and Yannick Naud, portfolio manager at Sturgeon Capital, discuss the European Commission's view that tax deals granted by Ireland to Apple constitute illegal state aid.

Richard Lewis, head of European equities at Fidelity Worldwide Investment, says earnings have done well this summer and the market is not expecting a "rough" earnings season.

Matthew Elliot, CEO of Business for Britain, says there will be more political instability in the U.K. if the country does not have a referendum on EU membership as it will see eurosceptic parties like UKIP rise further.

Yannick Naud, portfolio manager at Sturgeon Capital, and Jim McCaughan, CEO of Principal Global Investors, discuss whether European banks are an attractive investment or whether there is another Espirito Santo-type situation ahead.

Huw Pill, chief European economist and co-head of the economics team at Goldman Sachs, discusses euro zone's inflation and growth expectations and comments on the ECB's strategy.

Denis Coleman, head of EMEA credit finance at Goldman Sachs, discusses the high yield market and says that as interest rates rise, there should be a "revised cost of capital" for issuers, but no fall in activity.

A technical look at the dollar index     Mon, 29 Sep '14 | 11:45 AM ET

Riccardo Bronco, head of technical analysis at Aviate Global, charts the recent performance of the dollar index and the CGI commodity index and says most commodities face "another downside".

European shares opened higher on Tuesday with investors focusing on key data from the euro zone rather than the geopolitical risk posed by the protests in Hong Kong.

John Cridland, director general of the CBI, says British businesses want to be within a "reformed Europe".

CNBC's Pauline Chiou reports on the Hong Kong pro-democracy protestors who are standing against the Chinese government but remaining peaceful.

Anthimos Thomopoulos, CEO of Piraeus Bank, says the ECB's asset quality reviews will dispel concerns over the strength of the Greek banking system.

Anthimos Thomopoulos, CEO of Piraeus Bank, says the quantitative easing from the ECB is "on the cards" but the central bank should not engage in a currency war.

UK economic plan working: PM Cameron     Tue, 30 Sep '14 | 2:10 AM ET

British Prime Minister David Cameron tells CNBC that the government's economic plan is working with unemployment down and GDP growth rising.

CNBC's Stephane Pedrazzi reports on the latest industrial action in France as chemists plan to go on strike over deregulation of the sector.

Joe Hyrkin, CEO of Issuu, discusses his platform is attempting to help print publishers grow their audience.

CNBC's Helia Ebrahimi reports from the Conservative Party Conference where U.K. Chancellor George Osborne laid out the government's policy battle lines ahead of the general election in May.

CNBC's Eunice Yoon reports on the Chinese government's reaction to the Hong Kong protest where they have blocked media coverage and social media channels such as Instagram.

Sajid Javid and Nadhim Zahawi, U.K. members of Parliament for the Conservative Party, comment on George Osborne's economic plan.

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