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Discussing the Ebola virus, Nancy Writebol, missionary nurse and Ebola survivor, outlines symptoms the patient in Texas is experiencing.
CNBC's Kate Rogers reports the U.S. Ebola patient traveled part of his trip on United Airlines.
Phil Orlando, Federated chief equity strategist, and Drew Matus, UBS deputy chief U.S. economist, weigh in on the market's weak October start, and provide insight to Fed policy and interest rates.
CNBC's Susan Li, reports the city's chief executive has issued a deadline as the Hong Kong anti-government protest lingers on.
The U.S. Ebola patient was released from the hospital before his diagnosis and that has some worried about U.S. preparedness, reports CNBC's Meg Tirrell.
Chang Ka Mun, Associate Member at the HKSAR's Central Policy Unit, says protesters don't understand the real intention of Beijing's actions and are protesting out of fear towards the Communist Party.
Micha Benoliel, Co-founder of FireChat, says the app's massive popularity in Hong Kong came as a surprise. He also explains how the app bypasses Chinese censorship.
Charles Hutzler, Wall Street Journal's China Bureau Chief, describes the city's significance to China and discusses possible options for Beijing.
Gemma Godfrey, head of investment strategy at Brooks Macdonald Asset Management, says that the European ABS market is not large enough for the ECB to reach its balance sheet expansion target.
When the oil price falls, so does the ruble says Alexei V. Moiseev, Russia's deputy minister of finance. He adds that no measures have been taken to close Russia to foreign investors.
Guglielmo Miani, CEO of Larusmiani, discusses what Italian companies are doing to offset weak domestic consumption, and says that businesses need more labor market flexibility.