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Michael Gurka, managing director at Spectrum Asset Management, says the market is "not comfortable" with the Federal Reserve and discusses how the stock market could move in the weeks ahead.
Jeffrey Wallis, president of SunGard Consulting Services, says financial service companies see the need for regulatory reform, but don't want it to threaten the future growth of their business.
Rick Mayo-Smith, managing director of Indochina Capital, discusses McDonald's entry into the Vietnam market and how a growing consumer market could benefit the fast food chain.
Barclays pre-released its earnings a day before it was expected, announcing 2013 adjusted pretax profit of £5.2 billion ($8.5 billion).
Lindsey Piegza, chief economist at Sterne Agee, says poor weather is not to blame for the latest weak U.S. jobs number.
Don Thompson, CEO of McDonald's, says the company does not expect to see "tremendous return" on investment in some new markets, but is aiming to build its brand for the future.
Charles Yan, head of Greater China consumer research at Standard Chartered Bank, says L'Oreal is well positioned to maintain growth in China.
Simon Ballard, head of credit strategy at National Australia Bank, says investors should be careful not to chase the extended bond rally too far.
Karen Ward, senior global economist at HSBC, says the emerging markets could feel the benefits of a weaker currency through more competitive exports.
Todd Horwitz, author and founder at Averagejoeoptions.com, expects a "fairly significant miss" for the January nonfarm payrolls as the market hasn't seen any significant "top-line growth" in earnings.
Jock Percy, CEO of Perseus, explains how the company "modified" its business model to "manage volatility" and accept payments in bitcoin.
Patrick Spencer, director of international institutional equity sales at Baird, says that the worries about the U.S. debt crisis have "disappeared" and that due to mid-term elections, negotiations on the debt ceiling "will happen."
Pavel Laberko, fund manager at UBP, discusses the Olympics' economic impact and points out that over half of the money spent on Sochi was actually used to build or update the region's infrastructure.
Jahangir Aziz, head of EM Asia economic research at JP Morgan, discusses the Indian economy and says that there is a "strange combination" of "falling growth" and "sticky high inflation."
The German constitutional court transferred the case on the legality of the OMT program to the European court CNBC's Annette Weisbach reports, but gave a "critical" opinion saying the program "exceeds the ECB mandate."
Jonathan Webb, head of FX strategy at Jefferies Bache, says that sterling is very much "a growth story" and advises being short euro/sterling but long sterling/Swiss franc.
Helen Zhu, chief China equity strategist at Goldman Sachs, says some of the recent Chinese data "may be transitory" and that the market is "well-positioned for a cyclical upturn."
Yannick Naud, portfolio manager at Sturgeon Capital, explains that ArcelorMittal is his top pick in the steel sector because it should benefit the most from "a rebound in developed markets."
Inflation in the euro zone will be "subdued" for a prolonged period, says ECB president Mario Draghi, refuting concerns that the region could fall in deflation territory.
CNBC's Geoff Cutmore asks ECB president, Mario Draghi how the bank will protect the euro zone's export market from further volatility in emerging markets.