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European shares close higher     Thu, 30 Oct '14 | 12:30 PM ET

European stocks ended the day higher on Thursday, after moving into the red earlier in the afternoon.

The most expensive city is...     Wed, 29 Oct '14 | 8:00 PM ET

CNBC's Phil Han finds out why London has become the most expensive city in the world to buy a new home.

Global Head of Forex Strategy at Nomura Securities International, Jens Nordvig, says the Fed's message was a "catalyst" for the rally to start again in some forex moves.

"The world is going to be perpetually volatile" with more and more investors and faster and faster technology, Michael Yoshikami, founder and CEO of Destination Wealth Management, told CNBC.

Chairman & CEO Royal Caribbean Cruises, Richard Fain, says the line is "going after the new Chinese customer" as the market's interest is now "exploding" for their product.

Henrik Ramlau-Hansen, CFO at Danske Bank says he is pleased with the group's strong growth in profits and the developments in the Irish market, which he says are moving in the right direction.

Max King, portfolio manager at Investec Asset Management says the market recent wobble was down to hedge funds de-risking and stocks will continue their upward trend in the next 15 months.

The Danish pharma giant is seeing a "marginal weaker overall market demand in China," Jesper Brandgaard, chief financial officer of Novo Nordisk, told CNBC.

Rather than market volatility being paralysing for investors, it seems to be "empowering." "People are still willing to put money to work," Sheila Patel, chief executive of International, Goldman Sachs Asset Management, told CNBC.

Europe opens higher after Fed ends QE     Thu, 30 Oct '14 | 4:00 AM ET

European shares traded higher on Thursday following the end of the quantitative easing program by the U.S. Federal Reserve.

BT happy to be 'Pepsi': CFO     Wed, 29 Oct '14 | 8:00 PM ET

Tony Chanmugam, chief financial officer at BT, told CNBC that the company did not need to own the sports TV market and would rather be a 'strong number two'.

BT CFO defends 'solid' Q3 earnings     Thu, 30 Oct '14 | 3:00 AM ET

Tony Chanmugam, chief financial officer at BT tells CNBC that the company has released "a solid set of results...the trend is upwards, that's the key and we reiterated our guidance."

Can Europe effect its own QE program?     Thu, 30 Oct '14 | 2:00 AM ET

The European Central Bank will not be able to effect its own QE program because of German opposition, Paul Donovan, managing director and global economist at UBS, told CNBC.

European economy falling behind US     Thu, 30 Oct '14 | 2:00 AM ET

European companies are not innovating and evolving as much as their U.S. counterparts and are consequently falling behind, Kully Samra, managing director at investment firm Charles Schwab, told CNBC.

Jacques van den Broek, chief executive of recruitment firm Randstad, tells CNBC the firm's highest growth area was in the blue-collar sector in the U.S.

Telenor CEO Jon Fredrik Baksaas says the company's third quarter has been "very strong", and was helped by its expansion into the domestic market.

Sanofi's sacking of CEO is 'shocking'     Wed, 29 Oct '14 | 12:05 PM ET

Editor of SCRIP Intelligence, Eleanor Malone, says it's a "shocking move" for Sanofi to sack its CEO over what she described as "relatively small misdemeanours."

After a NASA supply rocket explodes, CNBC's Phil Han explains who is still in the race to conquer space.

Josh Klaczek, head of Asia financial services equity research at JPMorgan said credit in China has moved outside the traditional banking sector as shadow banking has ballooned.

Ylan Mui, financial reporter The Washington Post says it's unlikely there will be any surprises from the Federal Reserve's policy statement on Wednesday, but the winding down of QE is still significant.

A panel of UK political and business analysts have said that the demand for extra money from the U.K. was a 'politically inept' move by the EU.

Max Wolff, chief economist at Manhattan Venture Partners says that while Facebook's user base is impressive and mobile growth is strong, some of its acquisitions may not age well.

US healthcare is the place to be: Pro     Wed, 29 Oct '14 | 5:00 AM ET

Patrick Spencer, managing director of institutional equity sales at Baird explains why U.S. healthcare is his preferred sector and he is not concerned about Ebola and its impact on global growth.

How can the German way of doing business influence other countries?

Where to find returns in bonds: Credit pro Ashish Shah, head of Global Credit at AllianceBernstein told CNBC that there are "substantial opportunities in the corporate debt markets" following supportive central bank programs.

European shares traded higher on Wednesday, following their Asian counterparts, ahead of the U.S. Federal Reserve's policy statement.

After a tough year for carmakers, the recovery in the sector is very much dependent on southern Europe, according to UBS' head of auto analysis, Philippe Houchois.

Total is the latest oil major to suffer from falling global oil prices and the sector's pain could continue for a while yet, according to Stewart Richardson, partner at RMG Wealth Management.

France has made good efforts on its structural deficit despite missing the EU deficit targets, Philippe Waechter, head of Economic Research at Natixis Asset Management, told CNBC.

Global central banks have introduced quantitative easing programs over the last 15 years purely in order to keep their currencies competitive, according to Simon Derrick, chief currency strategist at BNY Mellon, told CNBC.

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