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Hank Smith, CIO at Haverford Investments, says the iPhone 5c is "evolutionary and not revolutionary" and discusses Apple's new pricing strategy.
Jerry Webman, chief economist at OppenheimerFunds, says the Fed has no choice but to taper as postponing it would be seen as a negative comment on the state of the U.S. economy.
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Daniele Antonucci, European economist at Morgan Stanley, says that as long as there is political instability in Italy, the prospect of structural reforms remains low and the country will stagnate.
Brian Reynolds, chief market strategist at Rosenblatt Securities, expects the Verizon bond to be "vastly oversubscribed" as the yield should be slightly above market making it very attractive.
Chimed Saikhanbileg, Mongolian minister, comments on the government's decision to implement a new investment law to reverse the declining foreign investments trend.
Felipe Larrain Bascunan, Chile finance minister, highlights that while Chile is concerned about copper demand from China, the recovery in Europe and U.S. should help the country stay on a growth path.
Loo Wee Teck, head of consumer electronics at Euromonitor International, expects the iPhone market share in China to grow 24% in 2014, primarily driven by the new iPhone 5c.
Economist and author Robert Skidelsky and philosopher and author Edward Skidelsky say people should concentrate on "basic goods."
Dieter Zetsche, CEO of Daimler, tells CNBC that after a difficult first quarter, the group is now seeing results in both sales and profits and should "over-achieve" its target.
John Drake, head of global intelligence at AKE, talks about the French U.N. resolution for Syria and the practical difficulties it raises and how dialogue between the different players is "a long way away".
Johan De Nysschen, president of Infiniti, discusses the group's strategy to take the three German car-markers "heads-on" and become more exclusive in the premium space.
Jay Yarow, senior editor at Business Leader, comments on the upcoming Apple events were two new iPhone models are expected to be launched and on the group's other projects such as wearable and TV.
Jyrki Maki-Kala, CFO of Neste Oil, discusses the "very strong" demand for renewable diesel following the release of an upwardly-revised guidance, and the group's plans going forward.
Victoria Barbary, director of the Sovereign Wealth Centre, talks about the Norwegian sovereign wealth fund, its underperformance and risk averseness.
Michael Ganske, head of emerging markets at Rogge Global Partners, discusses the Indian economy and says that the Indian currency depreciation is overdone.
Karl-thomas Neumann, chairman of Opel, talks about the progress the group has made to "stabilize" and how it has managed to defend its market share in Europe.
Francis Lun, CEO of GEO Securities, says that China is now back on a growth path as the recoveries in Europe and U.S. are feeding through the economy.
Rupert Stadler, CEO and chairman at Audi, comments on the group's performance in Europe, China and the U.S. and explains what its strategy is for electric cars.
Michael Gurka, managing director at Spectrum Asset Management, says that the equity market is "delusional" right now and that it will be a "tough week" for the markets.