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Other policy areas are needed to strengthen investment and job creation, says ECB President Mario Draghi, urging governments not to "unravel" progress made in structural reforms and fiscal policies.
The ECB will start buying covered bonds in October, says President Mario Draghi, after the central bank left key rates unchanged. He adds that it stands ready to use unconventional measures.
Gemma Godfrey, head of investment strategy at Brooks Macdonald Asset Management, says that the European ABS market is not large enough for the ECB to reach its balance sheet expansion target.
When the oil price falls, so does the ruble says Alexei V. Moiseev, Russia's deputy minister of finance. He adds that no measures have been taken to close Russia to foreign investors.
Guglielmo Miani, CEO of Larusmiani, discusses what Italian companies are doing to offset weak domestic consumption, and says that businesses need more labor market flexibility.
Stefan Winkelmann, CEO of Lamborghini, discusses the company's first plug-in hybrid car, but says there's still a lot of work to do. He also comments on Lamborghini's second-biggest market, China.
Allan Rushforth, senior vice president and COO at Hyundai Motor Europe, says the group's regionalization strategy gives it durability and stability, and discusses challenges ahead.
Russia is in the midst of a crisis which is a "huge stimulating factor for change" says Ruben Aganbegyan, CEO of Otkritie Financial Corporation. He also comments on rumors of capital control
Azad Zangana, European economist at Schroders, says investors want the ECB to spell out "solid numbers" on its TLTRO program and discusses the central bank's strategy.
Lindsey Piegza, chief economist at Sterne Agee, says U.S. markets are "holding their breath" for Friday's jobs report to see if the loss of momentum will continue.
Brian Reynolds, chief market strategist at Rosenblatt Securities, discusses the threat of deflation and says that with U.S. inflation expectations "plunging", it's difficult to see how the Fed "can tighten".
Arndt Ellinghorst, partner and head of automotive research at ISI Group, discusses the "slow" recovery in the European auto sector and says it's now "all about the global reach of strong brands".
The U.K. general elections will be a "close-fought battle" says William Hague, leader of the U.K. House of Commons, arguing that a Labour win would mean a "lurch back to all the deficits" of before.
Natalie Berg, grocery research director at Planetretail, comments on U.K. supermarkets - such as Sainsbury's and Tesco - and says the challenge for Tesco is that they're not "sure what they're about".
Philippe Waechter, head of economic research at Natixis Asset Management, says that France will have more time to reduce its deficit as large cuts in government spending would put growth at risk.
Lothar Mentel, CIO at Tatton Investment Management, argues that the ECB needs to overstep its mandate and that it should also buy troubled assets.
John Krey, director at S&P Capital IQ, says investors should continue to have a "market weight" in Hong Kong despite the protests and discusses emerging markets, including India.
George Hill, analyst at Deutsche Bank, discusses Walgreens ahead of earnings and explains his buy rating on the stock following the Alliance Boots acquisition.
Zak Summerscale, CIO for European high yield ay Babson Capital, says that there are some "great opportunities" in the high yield market - such as buying loans from European bad banks.
The European Commission has found that Apple's Irish tax deal was in breach of European Union law. CNBC's Catherine Boyle reports on the "interesting" timing of the announcement.
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