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UK housing is cooling down: Economist     Thu, 26 Jun '14 | 4:05 AM ET

Richard Woolhouse, chief economist at BBA, says the U.K. housing market is cooling down, adding that the Bank of England is likely to hike rates this year.

Klaus Wiener, chief economist at Generali, says troubled euro zone economies are making "great progress" in restructuring.

Xavier Rolet, CEO of the London Stock Exchange, says the purchase of Frank Russell gives the stock exchange the chance to become the world¿s number two player in index businesses.

John Studzinski, senior managing director and global head at Blackstone Advisory Partners, says that a merger or acquisition that is driven primarily by tax benefits is not a strategic reason to do a deal.

Back EMs not sensitive to China: Pro     Thu, 26 Jun '14 | 3:25 AM ET

Maarten-Jan Bakkum, senior emerging market strategist at ING IM, says that he is still "concerned" about the Chinese economy and suggests investing in emerging market countries that are less sensitive to the world's second-largest economy.

Malek Bou-Diab, portfolio manager at Bellevue African Opportunities, discusses how to invest in Africa's booming infrastructure story.

The London Stock Exchange has bought Frank Russell for £1.6 billion ($2.7 billion). CNBC's Helia Ebrahimi reports.

European markets opened slightly higher on Thursday, after weaker than expected U.S. growth figures suggested that interest rates set by the Federal Reserve may stay lower for longer than thought.

Jim McCormick, head of asset allocation research at Barclays, says it is time to start taking profit on peripheral bonds.

Miles Roberts, CEO of DS Smith, says the company is seeing increasing growth in its recycled packaging as consumers become more environmentally conscious.

King Lip, Chief Investment Officer at Baker Avenue Asset Management, discusses the poor reading of the U.S. economy in the first quarter and outlines the hurdles ahead.

Do dark pools have a place in trading?     Thu, 26 Jun '14 | 1:55 AM ET

Stu Taylor, CEO of Algomi, discusses whether dark pools are important in the trading environment.

BoE faces 'historic' moment: Pro     Thu, 26 Jun '14 | 1:30 AM ET

Simon Wells, chief U.K. economist at HSBC, says the Bank of England faces a "historic" moment as it decides how to take the heat out of the U.K.'s housing market.

Stephen Roach, Yale University senior fellow, says the accommodative monetary policy from the U.S. Federal Reserve could lead the world into another financial "mess".

CNBC's Helia Ebrahimi reports on the news that New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman has sued Barclays, alleging that it operated dark pools to favor high frequency traders.

Adrian Foulger, Head of ASEAN Food & Beverage, and Soft Commodities at Standard Chartered, says Indonesian plantation firms offer better value and growth compared to their Malaysian peers.

While Apple has been a tech pioneer, Google is quickly catching up with plans for an integrated Android experience, says Daniel Ives, Managing Director and Senior Analyst at FBR Capital Markets.

Why Abe's third arrow isn't all bad     Wed, 25 Jun '14 | 11:08 PM ET

Despite falling short of expectations, Prime Minister Abe's third arrow has introduced reforms to address structural shortcomings, says Tim Condon, Head of Research for Asia at ING Financial Markets.

Toyota gains a first mover advantage with its hydrogen fuel-cell cars, despite having to spend a huge amount of time and money on it, says Koji Endo, Managing Director of Advanced Research Japan.

Joshua Han Miller, CEO of OKAY.com, says its business model is more efficient than traditional agents and will provide property buyers in Hong Kong with more options.

Rudolph Riad Younes, Co-founder of R Squared Capital Management, says Prime Minister Abe's third arrow lacks the "shock factor" to shake up financial markets.

William Johns, Managing Partner at Leverage, says foreign companies are now more keen to hire Japanese executives due to a weaker yen.

Singapore's new gold contract targets traders who buy gold at wholesale levels and will tap into the demand shift from the West to the East, says Albert Cheng, MD, Far East at World Gold Council.

Amit Midha, President, Asia Pacific and Japan, Dell, is optimistic about Prime Minister Abe's reform policies and says the firm will continue its expansion in Japan.

Bob O'Donnell, Founder and Chief Analyst at Technalysis Research, likes Google's plan to introduce new Android software for cars and watches, but warns of challenges in implementation.

Tim Seymour, CIO of Triogen Asset Management, says the possibility of a technical default is less of a "live or die" issue for Argentina compared to problems like inflation.

Why investors shrugged off weak US GDP     Wed, 25 Jun '14 | 7:14 PM ET

Low expectations and an uptick in capital expenditure offset the poor reading on first quarter growth, says Quincy Krosby, Market Strategist at Prudential Financial.

Rob Enderle, President & Principal Analyst of Enderle Group, says content holds more "real value" for GoPro and will help drive the camera maker's initial public offering.

Despite signs of a recovery, the Fed remains concerned about weak sectors like housing, says Steven Wieting, Global Chief Investment Strategist at Citi Private Bank.

Jim Cramer on Mad Money.

Mad Money host Jim Cramer explains why you should never blindly money managers into or out of a stock based on their off 13-F filings.

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