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U.K. Foreign Secretary, Philip Hammond, says Britain must "shoulder its share of the burden" when it comes to ISIS and adds that the government is concerned about potential attacks in the West.
Europe may have the edge over the U.S. when it comes to golf, but as the Ryders Cup approaches, CNBC takes a look at the similarities between the economy and the course.
Carl Uminski, COO and co-founder of Somo, says social media is "huge" when it comes to sporting events and that advertisers can now reach new customers through social networks.
Iain Armstrong, oil analyst at Brewin Dolphin, discusses the oil market and explains why geopolitical events have had little impact on prices.
Francesco Filia, CEO and CIO at Fasanara Capital, says there's nothing concerning about Thursday's U.S. equity sell-off and that an "imminent debacle" is unlikely.
Camilo Lyon, managing director for equity research at Canaccord Genuity, comments on Nike ahead of the group's earnings and explains he's cautious due to the foreign exchange impact.
Jens Nordvig, global head of foreign exchange strategy at Nomura, says the recent moves in the euro are due to the U.S. dollar rather than due to a specific euro trend.
Alasdair Warren, head of financial sponsors group for EMEA at Goldman Sachs, says that sovereign wealth funds are changing their investment strategies, after GIC acquired 50 percent of RAC.
Alasdair Warren, head of financial sponsors group for EMEA at Goldman Sachs, says the IPO market is "definitely back" but that investors are becoming "much more selective" and price sensitive.
Vitas Vasiliauskas, governor of Lithuania's Central Bank, says that joining the euro zone is the next "logical step" for the country, as it would bring stability and integration.
Alistair Cox, CEO of Hays, highlights that there is a talent "mismatch" in Europe and the U.S., where the skills available are not in sufficient supply for the vacancies created.
Mislav Matejka, global equity strategist at JP Morgan, discusses the euro and says investors should continue to buy on the dips in Europe and favor German and export-exposed stocks.
Tony Fratto, managing director at Hamilton Place Strategies, discusses the SEC following leaks of an investigation into PIMCO, and says that those leaks are damaging and could discourage firms from cooperating.
Todd Siegel, CEO of LeveIRE, says the service is the "first online full-service real estate brokerage", allowing sellers and buyers to control the whole home-buying process at a lesser fee.
Michael Purves, chief global strategist at Weeden & Co., says that U.S. equities are starting to see a bit of a pull-back and discusses the dollar.
Richard Hunter, head of U.K. equities at Hargreaves Lansdown, comments on Citizens' - RBS's U.S. unit - IPO and on the strategy for RBS going forward.
Azad Zangana, European economist at Schroders, says the latest IFO data shows German activity is slowing and warns of underlying weakness in Germany and elsewhere in Europe.
Philips CEO, Frans Van Houten, says that splitting the group into separate businesses will enable it to "tighten its focus" and free up some capacity to invest in new opportunities.
Kenny Polcari, director at O'Neil Securities, says that after the "excitement" of the past few weeks, investors are realizing that they got a "little bit ahead" of themselves.
Eileen Burbidge, partner at Passion Capital, says U.K. start-ups have "a lot of promise" in areas such as fintech, health-tech and cyber-security and discusses whether we're heading for a tech bubble.
Chatterley is CNBC’s European reporter covering key business and political events, as well as regular Eurogroup and EU leaders summits in Brussels.
Wilfred Frost is anchor of Worldwide Exchange, joining CNBC in 2014.
Seema Mody is a CNBC reporter and host of the "Trading the Twicker" segment on "Fast Money."