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Pedro De Noronha, managing partner at Noster Capital, discusses the "make believe" valuations of technology stocks such as Netflix, adding that Apple could be "obsolete" in two to three years.

European shares opened higher on Thursday with investors still digesting events in Gaza and Ukraine and with a slew of data due out of the euro zone.

David Atkins, CEO of Hammerson, says the U.K. retail space is competitive and is seeing prices fall.

Joep van Beurden, CEO of CSR, says the Internet of Things will be one of the company's biggest growth areas.

Paul Polman, CEO of Unilever, says the Federal Reserve's quantitative easing program is to blame for a slowdown in the emerging markets as it has delayed the need for structural reforms.

Henrik Ramlau-Hansen, CFO of Danske Bank, says the company has no plans for further expansion into Europe and is focusing on the Nordic market.

Jaap Tonckens, CFO of Unibail Rodamco, says companies are looking to take out long-term leases in shopping centers in order to "lock in" their success in a particular mall.

Demand for African debt 'strong': Pro     Thu, 24 Jul '14 | 1:45 AM ET

Richard Segal, eastern Europe and Africa credit strategist at Jefferies International, says the African economic growth story remains strong making debt in the region attractive.

Kingsley Chiedu Moghalu, deputy governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria, says the troubled security situation in Nigeria does not affect monetary policy decisions.

Raoul Ruparel, head of economic research at Open Europe, discusses whether the European Union will agree on tougher sanctions on Russia at a meeting on Thursday.

Severin Schwan, CEO of Roche, says the company would consider a large acquisition if the "price is right" despite concerns over high valuations.

Why gold won't be rallying anytime soon     Thu, 24 Jul '14 | 12:41 AM ET

Dominic Schnider, Head Commodities & APAC Forex at UBS Wealth Management, outlines factors that will weigh on gold prices in the coming months.

RBNZ surprises with currency comments     Thu, 24 Jul '14 | 12:16 AM ET

Robert Rennie, Global Head of FX Strategy at Westpac Bank, says the Reserve Bank of New Zealand is trying to "re-connect" its currency with the country's key commodity exports.

Shen Jian Guang, Greater China Chief Economist at Mizuho, says China will likely hit its growth target with stronger stimulus fueling economic activity in the second half of 2014.

Expect weak earnings from Wipro: Analyst     Wed, 23 Jul '14 | 11:47 PM ET

Ahead of quarterly earnings, Rumit Dugar, Analyst, IT, Telecom & Media, Religare Capital Markets, says wage hikes and currency appreciation may hurt Wipro's results.

Given the gap in votes, Indonesia's Constitutional Court will likely reject Prabowo's challenge to the election results, says Andreas Harsono, Indonesia Researcher at Human Rights Watch.

Shantanu Narayen, President & CEO at Adobe Systems, says digital media and digital marketing are areas in which the firm is seeing "explosive growth."

Arvind Bhatia, Managing Director for Interactive & Digital Entertainment at Sterne Agee, says Facebook's market share in digital advertising could double over the next 4 to 5 years.

Andrew Freris, CEO of Ecognosis Advisory, explains why investors should stay away from Chinese stocks, especially those related to the property sector.

Comments from the Reserve Bank of New Zealand suggest a "potential intervention" in the kiwi dollar, says Nizam Idris, Head of Fixed Income & Currency Strategy at Macquarie.

Merk: Worried about market complacency     Wed, 23 Jul '14 | 10:19 PM ET

Axel Merk, President and Chief Investment Officer of Merk Investments, says investors are not acknowledging current risks in markets.

Adrian Hearn, Research Fellow at the University of Sydney's China Studies Centre, says enforcement and corruption issues undermine regulations on food safety in the mainland.

John Zhu, Greater China Economist at HSBC, says China's July factory activity expanded for the second straight month thanks to the government's mini-stimulus measures.

Ron Napier, Head of Napier Investment Advisors, describes his worries over China's construction sector.

Downward pressure ahead for US stocks?     Wed, 23 Jul '14 | 9:08 PM ET

Ron Napier, Head of Napier Investment Advisors, says U.S. equities "look stretched at the moment" and expects selling pressure to heighten in the next few months.

Shaun Levine, Senior Analyst, Asia at Eurasia Group, outlines issues with the Indonesian presidential candidate's claims about mass cheating.

Gary Bradshaw, Senior VP & Portfolio Manager at Hodges Capital Management, says problems with Boeing's new air force tanker planes are resolved and the firm will see improvements going forward.

Larry Haverty, Portfolio Manager at Gabelli Funds, attributes the social media giant's robust second-quarter earnings to its shift to mobile advertising.

Atsushi Nakajima, Chairman of the Research Institute of Economy, Trade and Industry, outlines reasons for the trade imbalance and explains why exports will be sluggish in the near term.

John Rutledge, Chief Investment Strategist at investment firm SAFANAD, explains why investors should remain invested in equities even as the Fed rolls back quantitative easing.

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