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Juergen Stackmann, CEO of SEAT, say he is "positive" the European car market will stabilize and grow.

Hans-Ole Jochumsen, president of trading and market services at NASDAQ OMX Group, says "you can't win them all" in response to Alibaba listing on the New York Stock Exchange.

Anna Stupnytska, global economist at Fidelity Worldwide Investments, says ECB President Mario Draghi needs to show "bias" towards further policy action.

Alan Miller, founding partner at SCM Private, says he is buying Russian equities again after a long break, but explains that it is a short-term play.

Dmitry Kostygin, chairman of the board at Russian online retailer Ulmart, says the company is "way faster" and more reliable than Amazon.

Russian economy minister Alexey Ulyukaev says it is "impossible" that the government will implement capital controls.

Dmitry Kostygin, chairman of the board at Russian online retailer Ulmart, says the company will not go public before mid-2015 at the earliest.

Max Pogliani, CEO of Vertu, discusses the company's Aster smartphone which costs $6,800.

Peter Long, CEO of TUI Travel, says the Russia market has been "challenging", with the weak ruble making holidays more expensive.

Hakan Samuelsson, CEO of Volvo, says the future of Volvo is becoming a premium brand, after it unveiled its high-end XC90 SUV at the Paris Motor Show.

Rupert Stadler, CEO of Audi, says the company has seen a hit from the Russian market, which is "going backwards".

Worst is behind GM: Opel CEO     Thu, 2 Oct '14 | 1:45 AM ET

Karl-Thomas Neumann, CEO of Opel, says the worst of the issues around the recall of millions of vehicles by GM over safety problems is behind the company.

Karl-Thomas Neumann, CEO of Opel, says the company does not need to cut capacity in Europe and wants to grow market share.

European shares were lower in morning trade on Thursday, amid a wider global selloff, as investors focus on an upcoming rate decision by the European Central Bank (ECB).

Ralf Speth, CEO of Jaguar Land Rover, says he is "convinced" the punt on the automobile maker's XE model will work.

QE ahead? What to expect from the ECB     Thu, 2 Oct '14 | 1:16 AM ET

CNBC's Annette Weisbach discusses what to expect from Thursday's European Central Bank meeting.

Draghi: What has he done so far?     Thu, 2 Oct '14 | 1:16 AM ET

CNBC's Carolin Roth looks at the moves ECB President Mario Draghi has made to boost the euro zone economy and what questions he has to answer at Thursday's meeting.

Mark Fields, CEO of Ford Motor Company, says the company was not complacent and is "very confident" in its long-term strategy.

Mark Fields, CEO of Ford Motor Company, says the automobile group is confident of its luxury car drive with the Lincoln model.

CNBC's Tania Bryer speaks to former U.S. President Jimmy Carter discusses his efforts to improve healthcare and housing for people around the world. His mother taught him "to help other people who are in need," he says.

CNBC's Tania Bryer reports on former US President Jimmy Carter and the international events that brought down his presidency. He believes he would have been re-elected by landslide if he'd managed to rescue the hostages in Iran.

Sarbjit Nahal, head of thematic investment strategy at BofA Merrill Lynch, talks about global pandemics and discusses investment strategies.

BMW is "fully hedged" against the falling euro says Ian Robertson, head of sales and marketing at BMW, adding that the weaker currency should not affect the group's 2014 performance.

ECB to become more aggressive?     Wed, 1 Oct '14 | 11:00 AM ET

Bob Parker, senior advisor at Credit Suisse, says the ECB will have to take a more "aggressive" approach going forward as demand for credit remains weak and spare capacity is "very significant".

European market closes lower     Wed, 1 Oct '14 | 11:30 AM ET

European shares closed lower on Wednesday, with investors reacting to fresh economic data from the euro zone and the U.S., and looking ahead to Thursday's ECB meeting.

Lindsey Piegza, chief economist at Sterne Agee, says U.S. markets are "holding their breath" for Friday's jobs report to see if the loss of momentum will continue.

Brian Reynolds, chief market strategist at Rosenblatt Securities, discusses the threat of deflation and says that with U.S. inflation expectations "plunging", it's difficult to see how the Fed "can tighten".

How Tesco is 'stuck in the middle'     Wed, 1 Oct '14 | 4:20 AM ET

Natalie Berg, grocery research director at Planetretail, comments on U.K. supermarkets - such as Sainsbury's and Tesco - and says the challenge for Tesco is that they're not "sure what they're about".

Arndt Ellinghorst, partner and head of automotive research at ISI Group, discusses the "slow" recovery in the European auto sector and says it's now "all about the global reach of strong brands".

'Danger' of Labour election: Hague     Wed, 1 Oct '14 | 4:32 AM ET

The U.K. general elections will be a "close-fought battle" says William Hague, leader of the U.K. House of Commons, arguing that a Labour win would mean a "lurch back to all the deficits" of before.

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