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Jonathan Krinsky, chief market technician at MKM Partners, discusses the S&P 500's recent winning streak and discusses the outlook for the index.

Zane Brown, fixed income strategist at Lord Abbett, says the focus for U.S. investors on Thursday will be on consumer spending, and discusses the U.S. economy.

Tom Bergin, European corporate strategy correspondent at Reuters, discusses the short and long-term impacts the explosion at BP's Whiting refinery will have on the group.

How to invest in social media stocks     Thu, 28 Aug '14 | 5:20 AM ET

Bruno Del Ama, CEO of Global X Funds, says social media is one of the fastest-growing segments in global capital markets and advises how best to invest in the space.

Manuela Mesco, reporter at the Wall Street Journal, discusses the bidding war between Telefonica and Telecom Italia for Vivendi's Brazilian assets and says Vivendi seems to have no preference at the moment.

Tina Fordham, chief global political analyst at Citi, says that investors are right to disregard geopolitics for now but that the world is heading into a "very different environment" that will last "for a long time".

Venezuela: 'No change' since Chavez     Thu, 28 Aug '14 | 4:45 AM ET

David Rees, emerging markets economist at Capital Economics, discusses the Venezuelan economy and says that President Maduro shows no signs of implementing the reforms that are needed.

How to navigate the markets     Thu, 28 Aug '14 | 4:00 AM ET

Richard Champion, CIO at Sanlam Private Investments, says that all assets look "on the expensive side" at the moment and discusses how best to invest.

'Blue sky ahead' for Qantas?     Thu, 28 Aug '14 | 4:40 AM ET

Tony Webber, managing director at Webber Quantitative Consulting, discusses Qantas following the release of the group's earnings and says the international business remains "poor".

David Marsh, managing director and co-founder at OMFIF, says the euro zone is heading towards "Japanese-style deflation" and that Germany is facing a "crunch period".

Jim Coleman, head of economics at BuroHappold Engineering, and Stephen King, chief global economist at HSBC, discuss whether China's special economic zones are a benefit to the economy.

Euro zone 'not designed' for QE: Pro     Thu, 28 Aug '14 | 2:20 AM ET

Stephen King, chief global economist at HSBC, says the euro zone is "not designed" for quantitative easing due to all the legal considerations and doubts whether the policy can stimulate growth.

HSBC's chief global economist Stephen King takes the ice bucket challenge and nominates a colleague and two former members of the Bank of England's monetary policy committee.

Emeka Obiodu, principal analyst for service provider and markets at Ovum, discusses whether Telefonica or Telecom Italia will win the bid for Vivendi's Brazilian GVT unit amid a battle to gain a share in Brazil's telecoms market.

William Hobbs, head of equity strategy at Barclays Wealth and Investment Management, says U.S. and European equities are the places to invest as growth in America is likely to be stronger than expected.

European shares saw a lower open on Thursday as investors considered record highs for the U.S stock market and the likelihood of more monetary easing in the euro zone.

Steve Cook, MD of EM fixed income at PineBridge Investments, says the end of tapering and any outflow from emerging market fixed income will not be the "death knell" for these countries.

Ben Moores, senior commercial aircraft market analyst at IHS, says the low cost carrier model is not working in an era of high oil prices, while long haul airlines are facing competition from government-backed companies.

France labor market too rigid: Siemens     Thu, 28 Aug '14 | 2:10 AM ET

Christophe de Maistre, chairman of Siemens France, says France's labor market is too rigid and costs need to be reduced.

The 'sadomonetarists' at the Riksbank     Thu, 28 Aug '14 | 1:54 AM ET

CNBC's Louisa Bojesen looks at the Swedish economy and why policymakers at the country's central bank - the Riksbank' - have been dubbed "sadomonetarists".

CNBC Meets: The Duke of York, part two     Mon, 25 Aug '14 | 7:00 PM ET

In part two, HRH The Duke of York, Prince Andrew talks about his latest charitable projects and public duties.

French companies need 'freedom': CEO     Thu, 28 Aug '14 | 1:45 AM ET

Alain Roumilhac, president of ManpowerGroup France, says there are too many rules on French companies which need to be freed up.

Magnus Alvesson, head of economic forecast at Swedbank, says the Swedish electorate is looking for an alternative to the current government.

CNBC's Hadley Gamble reports on what to expect from Recep Tayyip Erdogan's reign as President and whether he has the support of the West.

CNBC Meets: The Duke of York, part one     Mon, 25 Aug '14 | 7:00 PM ET

CNBC Meets' Tania Bryer speaks to HRH The Duke of York, second son and third child of reigning monarch Queen Elizabeth II and the Duke of Edinburgh.

Patrick de Maeseneire, CEO of Adecco Group, says the French economy is in a "difficult" place.

Start-up: Mallow & Marsh     Wed, 27 Aug '14 | 11:45 AM ET

Harriot Pleydell-Bouverie, founder of Mallow and Marsh, explains how her business grew from making marshmallows in her kitchen to a recent deal with supermarket chain Sainsbury's.

Why Honda 'succeeds at globalisation'     Wed, 27 Aug '14 | 11:40 AM ET

Jeffery Rothfeder, author of "Driving Honda", says that Honda's strategy of setting up localized operations in every market it goes into means the group gets the best margins in the auto industry.

France has 'stalled': Kingfisher CEO     Wed, 27 Aug '14 | 11:30 AM ET

Ian Cheshire, Kingfisher's chief executive, discusses the French business environment and says that he agrees with the French prime minister's call for monetary policy easing from the ECB.

Denis Kessler, CEO of Scor, says the French cabinet reshuffle is an "historical event" but that it comes "very late" and that France needs to start an austerity program.

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