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Christian Clausen, CEO of Nordea, says the economic situation in the Nordic countries and Europe is "uncertain".

Michael Tiedemann, CIO of Tiedemann Wealth Management, says there is more market volatility to come as the Federal Reserve's tapering comes to an end.

Tom Rubython, author of "Boy Plunger Jesse Livermore: The Man Who Sold America Short in 1929", discusses whether the legendary trader's strategies were good luck or genius.

Challenger bank IPOs: One to watch?     Wed, 22 Oct '14 | 1:30 AM ET

John West, ECM editor at DealReporter, discusses the upcoming initial public offering of Virgin Money and whether the flotation will be attractive to investors.

Luis Costa, head of CEEMEA FX and rates strategy at Citi, says an ECB corporate bond buying program will not impact the global economy or money supply in the euro zone.

Christoph Kaml, CFO at Palfinger, says the Austrian crane-maker's international businesses are making up for the weak orders in Europe.

Mike Elliott, Global Mining & Metals Leader at EY, discusses the miner's decision to increase the capacity of its Western Australian operations despite plummeting iron ore prices.

Gurria: Not seeing a recession in Europe     Wed, 22 Oct '14 | 12:33 AM ET

Speaking to CNBC at the APEC Finance Ministers meeting in Beijing, Angel Gurria, Secretary-General of the OECD, discusses the outlook for Europe's economy.

Michael Buhl, Co-CEO at Vienna Stock Exchange, explains why the Austrian market has been seeing higher trade volumes despite ongoing geopolitical tensions.

Time to back up the truck in Japan: CLSA     Tue, 21 Oct '14 | 11:33 PM ET

Nicholas Smith, Japan Strategist at CLSA, expects Japanese shares to see a decent run towards the end of 2014 and urges investors to view the recent selloff as a "discount sale in the local super mart."

For the first time, Yahoo disclosed its mobile revenue which made $200 million in the third quarter. Jan Dawson, Chief Analyst at Jackdaw Research, discusses the significance of the data.

Brian Nelson, President of Equity Research at Valuentum Securities, says the fast food giant's third quarter results were atrocious and outlines what's needed to improve earnings moving forward.

Ray Attrill, Co-Head of FX Strategy at National Australia Bank, explains why he's not convinced that the European Central Bank is mulling corporate bond purchases.

John Lee, Adjunct Associate Professor at the University of Sydney, says authorities will prefer to wait out protesters and explains why the submission of a report to Beijing won't yield any results.

Gina Sanchez, Chairwoman & Founder at Chantico Global, says the reporting season thus far has been mixed as firms have managed to beat estimates based on previous downward revisions.

A worrying sign for Sands China     Tue, 21 Oct '14 | 9:34 PM ET

Profit margins from the mass market were guided lower in Las Vegas Sands' quarterly earnings and that is a worrying sign for Sands China, says Jamie Soo, Analyst, Macau Gaming Sector at Daiwa Capital Markets.

Ed Finn, President & Editor of Barron's, introduces the American financial magazine's first overseas expansion in almost a century - a new digital edition that's focused on Asia.

Tanya Chan, Vice-Chair of Civic Party, discusses Tuesday's talks between Hong Kong student leaders and officials over the limits on how the city's leader is elected.

The fact that Yahoo isn't trading at higher multiples shows a lack of confidence among investors that Yahoo can divest its gains from Alibaba, says David Garrity, Principal of GVA Research.

Takuji Okubo, Principal & Chief Economist at Japan Macro Advisors, says the trade data indicate a recovery in Japan's domestic demand as well as competitiveness among exporters.

Jacob Kirkegaard, Research Fellow at PIIE, says news that the European Central Bank is looking to buy corporate bonds are "strategically leaked" by officials.

George Young, Portfolio Manager at Villere, explains why he prefers smaller U.S. companies and oil-related equities at the moment.

Can talks end Hong Kong stalemate?     Tue, 21 Oct '14 | 6:53 PM ET

Merriden Varrall, Program Director, East Asia at the Lowy Institute for International Policy, discusses whether the submission of an electoral reform report can end the four-week long protests.

Cramer: You need to be a buyer     Tue, 21 Oct '14 | 7:00 PM ET

Find out just what Mad Money host Jim Cramer is suggesting to pick up.

Scott Kessler, Head of Technology Sector Equity Research at S&P Capital IQ, expects Yahoo to see a notable upside over the next 12 months and has a target price of $50 for the stock.

Jack Bouroudjian, CIO at Index Financial Partners, expects U.S. shares to rebound 20 percent from last Wednesday's closing lows, with the S&P 500 possibly touching 2,150.

Off the Charts: Content is king     Tue, 21 Oct '14 | 6:25 PM ET

Mad Money host Jim Cramer goes "off the charts" with Explosive Options founder Bob Lang, for a closer look at entertainment stocks, including Disney and Time Warner.

Warren Buffett's worst bets     Tue, 21 Oct '14 | 12:00 AM ET

Despite his nickname as the Oracle of Omaha, Warren Buffett can't really see into the future. Here's a roundup of some of the biggest paper losses the Berkshire Hathaway CEO has suffered during his otherwise illustrious career.

Mad Money host Jim Cramer digs into what he sees as good news for industrial stocks.

Cramer calls investable bottom     Tue, 21 Oct '14 | 6:00 PM ET

Mad Money host Jim Cramer discusses today's monster rally, and whether his checklist for an investable bottom was right.

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  • Find out just what Mad Money host Jim Cramer is suggesting to pick up.

  • Mad Money host Jim Cramer goes "off the charts" with Explosive Options founder Bob Lang, for a closer look at entertainment stocks, including Disney and Time Warner.

  • Despite his nickname as the Oracle of Omaha, Warren Buffett can't really see into the future. Here's a roundup of some of the biggest paper losses the Berkshire Hathaway CEO has suffered during his otherwise illustrious career.

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