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Peter Garnry, equity strategist at Saxo Bank, discusses the European earnings season and says it should continue to lag behind the U.S. as domestic demand remains weak.
Randy Warren, CIO at Warren Financial Service, says the volatility index VIX's steady decline indicates that we're in a bull market which he expects to continue into the year-end.
Fabrizio Saccomanni, Italy's minister of economy and finance, says measures are needed to inject liquidity and reduce the euro's strength, and argues that no Italian bank will fail the ECB's stress tests.
Will Guyatt, games correspondent at IGN.com and Eric Handler, managing director for media and entertainment at MKM Partners, discuss expectations for the latest Call of Duty game.
Christina Greer, professor of political science at Fordham University, expects Bill de Blasio to become mayor of New York and says he will have to push for a "more progressive agenda".
Philippe Waechter, head of economic research at Natixis Asset Management, talks about the euro zone's "weak situation" as unemployment and inflation remain major worries and says the ECB "has to do something".
Uwe Parpart, head of research at Reorient Financial Markets, describes China's housing market as "healthy" and expects some "very important" reforms to be announced regarding interest rates.
Alison Cooper, CEO of Imperial Tobacco, talks about innovation and reveals the group has hired the inventor of e-cigarettes.
Xavier Rolet, CEO of the LSE, expects the coming decade to be very "exciting" for the exchange industry as it's "on the cusp of fundamental changes".
James Knightley, U.K. economist at ING Wholesale Banking, says U.K. employment and investment spending will pick up as services grow strongly and that GDP will be stronger than in most developed countries.
Alison Cooper, CEO of Imperial Tobacco, says the group's performance was very robust in spite of the tough environment and its "transition" program.
Niranjan Thiyagarayan, automotive and transportation consultant at Frost & Sullivan, remains positive on BMW despite a slight slip the previous quarter because of the group's big R&D investments.
Nina Davuluri, Miss America 2014, discusses her duties and hectic schedule, how she dealt with negative racial remarks and her ambitions of becoming a doctor.
Scott Thompson, analyst at FBR Capital Markets & Co., talks about Blackberry's sale and highlights that despite declining revenues, the group's balance sheet remains strong.
Alistair Cox, CEO of Hays, discusses the U.K.'s employment situation and says more needs to be done to align education with future job creation better so that the country can be "self-sufficient in skills".
Steven Englander, global head of G10 FX strategy at Citi, expects the ECB to be "more forthcoming" in its rhetoric but to hold off changing its rates until "at least December".
Panos Paleologos, founder and CEO of HotelBrain, explains why the Greek tourism sector has had a "fantastic" year, and says the sector can be the "vehicle" driving the country's recovery.
Simon Hamilton, global head at Investec Fund Finance, describes private equity as a "glacial industry" that really needs to innovate to attract capital.
Jacek Vincent Rostowski, Polish deputy prime minister, says the European Union's labor market needs to be reformed and discusses the euro zone.
James Ferguson, founding partner at The MacroStrategy Partnership, comments on HSBC's latest results and says the bank is "pretty robust" and a "good yielder".
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