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Peter Terium, CEO at RWE, says that the "lack of framework" and "consistency on policies" from the European Union is slowing down investments in the sector.
John Nelson, chairman at Lloyd's, explains that companies are starting to invest again but that it's still "at a brittle stage" and that political instability could "take us off tracks."
Min Zhu, deputy managing director at the IMF, says that he thinks tapering should go "shoulder by shoulder" with US growth.
Michael Gurka, managing director at Spectrum Asset Management, says that the U.S. bond market could continue to rally on "disappointment that growth is slowing."
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John Butters, senior earnings analyst at Factset, highlights that there are fewer companies beating estimates than average this earnings season.
Steve Tappin, author of "The Secrets of CEOs", says the world's top CEOs think "very much long-term", are "commercially aggressive" and have created a "strong culture" in their business.
Marc Ostwald, strategist at Monument Securities, outlines expectations for the euro zone and how an acceleration of German growth would impact the region.
Max King, investment strategist at Investec Asset Management, talks about consumer staples and says that value has returned as companies are starting to turn around.
Ashish Shah, head of global credit at AllianceBernstein, discusses Ireland's borrowing costs which fell below those of the U.K. and the U.S. as well as opportunities in the high yield credit market.
Neil Atkinson, head of analysis at Lloyd's List Intelligence, says that the IEA's increased oil demand expectation is not "surprising" as the economy recovers.
Alex DeGroote, media analyst at Panmure Gordon, says digital is "picking up a lot of the slack" from physical magazine sales but highlights that revenues are still slow as online content is not necessarily paid-for.
Ladislav Hornan, chairman at UHY, talks about the top foreign direct investments league and explains that low corporate tax is not the only draw for foreign investors.
Tina Fordham, senior political analyst at Citi, describes the interim deal with Iran as a "genuine breakthrough" but highlights that "plenty can interfere" with progress towards a longer-term deal.
Doug Peterson, president at McGraw Hill Financial, explains that governments are facing a massive gap in infrastructure projects with institutional investors likely to make up the shortfall.
Diana Choyleva, director and head of the U.K. service at Lombard Street Research, says the implementation of necessary financial sector reforms in China will be "unpleasant and very difficult" and lead to "below-trend growth."
Paul North, head of product management for EMEA asset servicing at BNY Mellon, discusses the impact of new E.U. rules on hedge funds - and that the majority of firms are yet to comply.
Nick Xanders, head of European equity strategy at BTIG, says investors should be "more cautious" on the European banking sector and Swiss banks are "probably the safest" at the moment.
Marc Elliott, mining analyst at Investec, says downside risks for commodities are "diminishing" and that the mining sector's "big shocks" are now "done and dusted."
Vishnu Varathan, senior economist at Mizuho Bank, discusses Chinese growth and says the government still has "enough leeway" to launch infrastructure projects on a "selective" basis.