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Francis Gaskins, president and editor at IPODesktop.com, says demand for Alibaba is "huge" and that it could price above the current range and discusses the risks for the company going forward.

Andrew Burkly, head of institutional portfolio strategy at Oppenheimer & Co., discusses U.S. monetary policy ahead of the FOMC meeting and discusses the OECD's global growth forecast downgrade.

Are luxury stocks still a good bet?     Mon, 15 Sep '14 | 4:40 AM ET

Madelaine Ollivier, luxury analyst at Ledbury Research, discusses the luxury sector and the trends going forward. She adds that the number of luxury consumers is expected to grow "considerably".

Australian dollar: 'Weak patch' ahead     Mon, 15 Sep '14 | 4:30 AM ET

Peter Frank, global head G10 and Asia foreign exchange strategy at BBVA, discusses the Australian dollar, the Swiss franc and the Indian rupee and says another decline in the Aussie is to be expected.

Will Alibaba's IPO price get raised?     Mon, 15 Sep '14 | 4:20 AM ET

Jackson Wong, vice president at Tanrich Securities, says Alibaba is in no hurry to replicate its model outside China as there is still "room to grow" there and discusses the IPO price.

Anatole Kaletsky, founder of Gavekal Draganomics and Reuters-New York Times columnist, says markets "haven't sold off sufficiently" over the Scottish referendum uncertainty.

Peter Westaway, chief European economist at Vanguard Group, says the economic case put forward by the pro-independent Scotland campaigners is about a "leap of faith".

Rob Ellice, CEO of easyProperty, discusses the company's online real estate business model that allows users to buy individual services.

Sir Ronald Cohen, chairman of the Social Impact Investment Taskforce, discusses the economic benefits of "social investing".

'Sweet spot' for Japanese stocks: Pro     Mon, 15 Sep '14 | 3:15 AM ET

Ian Wright, director of Morant Wright Management, says Japanese equities are in a "sweet spot".

Tom Elliott, international investment strategist at DeVere Group, says investors should still be overweight stocks despite concerns over geopolitics.

European shares opened lower on Monday with investors looking ahead to a key Federal Reserve policy meeting this week as well as a referendum on Scottish independence.

Adrian Rogstad, country risk analyst at IHS, says the election of a new center-left government in Sweden was an "anti-establishment" vote.

Bundesbank President Jens Weidmann says he is "skeptical" about the European Central Bank's purchases of asset-backed securities as it transfers risks to the taxpayers.

The French, German and Italian finance ministers discuss the need for investment in the euro zone.

Olly Wehring, managing editor of Just-Drinks, discusses how independence could threaten Scotland's Scotch whiskey industry.

Harvard professor Niall Ferguson, says the prospect of Scotland becoming independent fills him with "despair".

Model Cara Delevingne says its "unbelievable" being the face of Topshop, while Philip Green, founder of Arcadia, discusses their working relationship.

Philip Green, founder of Arcadia, says building the Topshop store on Fifth Avenue in New York has been a challenge.

Greek Finance Minister Gikas Hardouvelis says the country needs foreign investment and investors putting their cash in the nation will "succeed".

Ukrainian central bank governor Valeria Gontareva, says the country will not need any more money from the IMF, adding that it will not default on its debt.

Ukranian Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk, says the plan is to achieve "real peace" with Russia and secure NATO membership.

Harvard professor Niall Ferguson says the argument put forward for Scotland to be independent is "economic fiction".

Eugene Kaspersky, CEO of Kaspersky CEO, says that terrorists will soon start to use cyber tools for their crimes and discusses digital payments following the launch of Apple Pay.

European market closes flat to lower     Fri, 12 Sep '14 | 11:30 AM ET

European shares closed flat to lower on Friday, as investors monitored developments in Russia and Scotland, and looked ahead to an important U.S. Federal Reserve meeting next week.

Reforms boost monetary policy: Draghi     Fri, 12 Sep '14 | 11:00 AM ET

The euro zone still needs structural reforms to enhance the effectiveness of monetary and fiscal policies, say ECB President Mario Draghi and Jeroen Dijsselbloem, president of the Eurogroup.

CNBC's Hadley Gamble analyses President Obama's speech outlining the U.S. tactic against the ISIL threat and says that there is still "no clear strategy".

Dollar strength to continue: Pro     Fri, 12 Sep '14 | 5:45 AM ET

Michael W. Gurka, founder and president at BruinHill Partners, discusses next week's FOMC meeting and says investors should bear in mind that commodities are still selling off.

Larry Summers, Charles W. Eliot University professor at Harvard University, discusses the energy opportunity for the U.S. and says that Scotland becoming independent would be a "grave mistake".

Larry Summers, Charles W. Eliot University professor at Harvard University, says that although the West is right to sanction Russia, it is "essential" to focus on what can be done for the Ukrainian economy.

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