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Ed Hardy, co-founder at Edge, discusses his app that aims to provide skiers with live data on their performance on the slopes and on the resorts they're in.
James Butterfill, global equity strategist at Coutts, said U.S. equities are unlikely to deliver the "stellar gains" of 2013 and advised stocking up on income-paying shares.
James P. Rooney, chairman at Advanced Capital Partners, comments on North Korea as the country prepares for Kim Jong-Un's birthday.
Neal Wolin, former U.S. deputy treasury secretary, says that for the U.S. Treasury, "a strong dollar is the right place to be".
Neal Wolin, former U.S. deputy treasury secretary, says Europe needs to implement structural reforms on both national and EU-wide levels to boost the "anaemic growth".
Ryan Bransfield, analyst at Markit, says U.K. house builders' dividend growth should continue to outpace earnings, thus highlighting their confidence in the outlook for the sector and the economy.
Neal Wolin, former U.S. deputy treasury secretary, discusses the February U.S. debt ceiling deadline and explains why Congress has forced itself into such a "complicated dynamic".
Steve Wang, chief China economist at Reorient Financial Markets, says Chinese investors are "really anticipating" 2014's wave of IPOs and reveals which companies are likely to raise the most.
Elga Bartsch, chief European economist at Morgan Stanley, discusses Germany's trade surplus and its impact on the euro zone as well as the bloc's low inflation.
Michael Chasen, founder and CEO at SocialRadar, discusses technological innovations from the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.
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Edward Nusbaum, CEO at Grant Thornton, explains why business optimism is stronger in G7 countries than in emerging markets, reversing the trend from the previous year.
Matthew Beesley, head of global equities at Henderson Global Investors, says equity markets "don¿t have a lot to fear" in 2014 as central banks remain supportive but highlights corporate profit growth as a risk.
Loo Wee Teck, head of consumer electronics at Euromonitor International, says Samsung is "the victim of its own success" and is unlikely to innovate in the short-term.
Jean Francois Robin, global head of strategy at Natixis, says the global equity market should continue to climb higher and discusses European periphery yields.
Dimitris Bimpas, economist at the IME-GSEVEE, comments on household debt in Greece after a survey reveals that a third of Greek homeowners fears foreclosure.
Michael Gallagher, director of research at IDEAglobal, expects U.S. Treasury yields to hold steady for the next couple months as Janet Yellen communicates the difference between tapering and tightening.
Scott Shellady, senior vice president for derivatives at Trean, expects the U.S. economy to go through to be a "very bumpy ride" and warns that the Fed could increase stimulus again before year-end.
Dodd Kittsley, global head of ETP research at BlackRock, says the exchange traded funds market has seen "tremendous growth" in the past decade and it's unlikely to slow in 2014.
Francesco Filia, CEO and CIO at Fasanara Capital, says the main concern for 2014 will be whether markets can close the gap between valuations and fundamentals.