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Atanas Bostandjiev, U.K. and international CEO of VTB Capital, says that due to the situation in the U.S., now is a good entry point for the "emerging markets investor" and says the Russian "story is still very constructive".
Alan Clarke, director of fixed income strategy and banking & markets at Scotiabank, reacts to the release of the latest U.K. unemployment figures and says the U.K. economy is in a "sweet spot".
Amir Anvarzadeh, market strategist at BGC Partners, comments on Softbank's acquisition of game-maker Supercell and says the group doesn't seem to have a "clear-cut strategy" regarding M&A.
Fred Neumann, co-head of Asia economic research at HSBC, says the political stalemate in the U.S has prompted Asian investors to look for alternatives to the dollar.
Sara Fagen, partner & chief political strategist; at DDC Advocacy and Lauren Oppenheimer, deputy director of the economic program at Third Way, discuss the latest development in the U.S. political deadlock.
Edmund Phelps, 2006 Nobel Prize winner in economics and author of "Mass Flourishing: How grassroots innovation created jobs challenge and change", says in the U.S. "heartland", innovation is very limited.
John Butters, senior earnings analyst at Factset, expects most U.S. banks' earnings to be on the low side except for Bank of America Merill Lynch and Morgan Stanley.
Kevin Parker, CEO of Sustainable Insight Capital Markets, says ethical investing involves a "common sense approach" to global trends such as urbanization and resource scarcity.
John Wilson, advisor at RBS Morgans, discusses iron ore following Rio Tinto's quarterly results and explains why he expects further upside.
Yannick Naud, portfolio manager at Glendevon King Asset Management, looks at Burberry following the announcement that Christopher Bailey is to become CEO as Angela Ahrendts leaves for Apple.
Julian Callow, chief international economist at Barclays, says the deal proposed by the U.S. House of Representatives is "encouraging" but that the "tough bargaining" will only be delayed until next year.
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Robert Costa, Washington editor at National Review, expects the U.S. Congress house to come up with another potential deal on Monday and says a six-week debt ceiling extension is most likely.
Kabam co-founder and CEO Kevin Chou discusses his company, which makes games for smartphones and tablets, and says the sector is growing quickly.
Tina Fordham, senior political analyst at Citi, says "everything is back on the table" after the six-week extension deal between Republicans and Democrats fell through over the weekend.
John West, head of ECM Europe at Dealreporter, comments on Royal Mail following its successful IPO and asks if it could prompt European governments to sell some of their assets.
Carsten Nickel, senior vice president at Teneo Intelligence, expects a German coalition deal to be struck before the end of November as Merkel meets with both SPD and the Greens this week.
Rajiv Biswas, Asia-Pacific chief economist at IHS Global Insight, discusses the weakness of Chinese exports, which he expects to pick up towards year-end, but says domestic demand is holding up.
Alan Higgins, CIO at Coutts, says a short-term deal between Republicans and Democrats is likely and explains why he favors equities and corporates bonds over sovereign assets.
Alan Knuckman, senior market analyst at Trading Advantage, highlights that the "non-reaction" in gold and Treasurys shows the market remains unconcerned by the shutdown and is focused on earnings.