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Lars Machenil, CFO of BNP Paribas, says the support from clients has given the bank "confidence" that it can continue operating.

European and U.K. stocks opened mixed on Thursday, with another blast of quarterly earnings from big-name companies in gear. and after news that Argentina has entered its second default in 13 years.

Michel Combes, CEO of Alcatel Lucent, says he expects to "win" in the tough telecoms market.

Ivan Menezes, CEO of Diageo, says despite weakness in China, the drinks company will continue to focus on the emerging markets.

Rolf Buch, CEO of Deutsche Annington, says the German housing market is in a "sweet spot".

Jacques van den Broek, CEO of Randstad, says the company is seeing "early signs" of recovery in Europe.

Mario Greco, CEO of Generali, says the company's rise in second quarter operating profit shows it is doing the "right things".

Olivier Mallet, CFO of Vallourec, says the steel pipe maker is facing "headwinds" in Brazil but defends the company's exposure to the emerging markets.

Kully Samra, U.K. managing director of Charles Stanley, says the strong U.S. second quarter GDP shows the strength of the underlying economy and cannot be blamed on "cheap money".

Lars Machenil, CFO of BNP Paribas, says he "regrets" what happened when the bank was fined $8.95 billion for breaking U.S. sanctions.

Manoj Menon, Partner & MD at Frost and Sullivan, discusses his expectations for Sony and Panasonic which are due to release their first quarter earnings on late Thursday.

Expect 240,000 US jobs for June: OCBC     Thu, 31 Jul '14 | 12:11 AM ET

Ahead of Friday's U.S. nonfarm payrolls, Selena Ling, Head, Treasury Research & Strategy at OCBC Bank, gives her estimates for the number of jobs that the U.S. added to its economy in June.

Jim Rickards, Senior Managing Director at Tangent Capital, discusses whether Argentina's second default on its sovereign debt will have a contagion effect on global financial markets.

What makes the BMW i3 different?     Wed, 30 Jul '14 | 11:43 PM ET

Sergio Solero, Managing Director at BMW Group Asia, says its i3 cars are "born green" which means they are designed and produced with green materials right from the start.

CNBC's Martin Soong goes for a ride in the BMW i3 - the German carmaker's first electric car - which was named "2014 World Green Car of the Year."

While it failed to reverse losses, the "Mario Kart 8" video game, which was Nintendo's only product in the first quarter, did better than expectations, says David Cole, Founder & CEO at DFC Intelligence.

Paul Yong, Vice President, Equity Research at DBS, says the weak profitability of Singapore Airlines will impact the returns of its shares for the next 1 to 2 years.

Seasonal factors like strong auto sales, that have given the U.S. second quarter GDP a boost will not occur in the third quarter, says Martin Lakos, Division Director at Macquarie Private Wealth.

Mehdi Hosseini, Senior VP of Semiconductors at Susquehanna Financial Group, says pricing pressure will weigh on Samsung's margins going forward.

Former governor: Fed is right on target     Wed, 30 Jul '14 | 10:17 PM ET

With key indicators like inflation and employment on their way to meet the Fed's expectations, it may be time to normalize interest rates, says Robert Heller, Former Federal Reserve Governor.

IMF: China must speed up reforms     Wed, 30 Jul '14 | 9:16 PM ET

Markus Rodlauer, Deputy Asia-Pacific Director at the IMF, says China's credit risk is still on the rise and warns that Beijing needs to speed up reforms in order not to compromise growth.

Franklin Bass, President of the Aviation Insurance Association, says insurance claims related to recent plane tragedies will exceed $1 billion this year.

What Samsung needs to work on     Wed, 30 Jul '14 | 8:34 PM ET

Nam Hyung Kim, Managing Director at Arete Research Asia, says Samsung needs to be more aggressive in pricing in order to expand its market share in emerging markets.

Despite falling exports and dismal industrial output in June, Japan will recover in the second half of 2014, says John Vail, Chieif Global Strategist at Nikko Asset Management.

Jake Colvin, VP, Global Trade Issues at the National Foreign Trade Council, explains why India's opposition to a WTO trade facilitation deal is counter-productive.

Quincy Krosby, Market Strategist at Prudential Financial, says the Argentine economy is in better shape than before so a default won't affect its markets dramatically.

China is committed to reforms: Expert     Wed, 30 Jul '14 | 6:50 PM ET

The anti-graft campaign shows that Chinese President Xi Jinping has the power to push through reforms, says Hans Goetti, Head of Investment, Asia of Banque Internationale a Luxembourg.

Despite recent upbeat employment data, the U.S. labor market is still made up mainly by part-time and low wage jobs, says Lindsey Piegza, Chief Economist at Sterne Agee.

Mark Cymrot, Partner at Baker & Hostetler, discusses options for Argentina after last-minute talks with creditors failed to produce any results.

Why the Fed needs to be more hawkish     Wed, 30 Jul '14 | 6:08 PM ET

John Carey, Executive Vice President and Portfolio Manager at Pioneer Investments, says the U.S. is seeing a higher risk of inflation and may face wage pressure in the months ahead.

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